Custom Quilting, Quilting Day by Day, Uncategorized

Wild Quilting Stitching Videos

I stitched this green sampler in parts so I could make videos showing my process along the way, so if you're interested in watching the action, I've posted the links to each step in order below. After doing a few in a row like this, I'm pretty sick of hearing the music that once sounded… Continue reading Wild Quilting Stitching Videos

Quilting Day by Day

There’s something about white

The Daisy quilt is finished.  And once again I face a dilemma: to keep or not to keep? I love daisies!  I especially love bright and colourful Gerbera daisies; I have a vase of lovely bright daisies on my piano right now.  I also really love the look of a solid white quilt and the… Continue reading There’s something about white


Custom Quilting – in bulk!

These quilts have now been delivered to their owner so I can share pictures of the completed projects with you!  They were all pieced by Pam Fritsche of Dawson Creek, B.C. The first one has an overall large loopy paisley stitching pattern.   The second one has a combination of stitching patterns, with some thread… Continue reading Custom Quilting – in bulk!

Quilting Day by Day

FMQ The Learning Process

Today I was reading the blog post of another quilting lady and I felt that in describing and critiquing her own work she was being much too hard on herself.  So that inspired me to post a picture of one of my early quilting projects and talk a bit about how we judge ourselves and… Continue reading FMQ The Learning Process

Quilting Day by Day

Whole cloth quilt … almost

Well, here I am again posting pictures of a new quilt before the binding is even finished.  It seems I'm most inspired to write about a quilt when it's hot off the press!  After I spread it all out and take a look (even I don't know what it really looks like until that point!) I'm… Continue reading Whole cloth quilt … almost