Interested in longarm quilting but aren’t sure of where to begin? Longarm Club is a monthly meet up intended to expand your knowledge of longarm quilting basics and techniques. This group is a great way to get your feet wet in longarm quilting in a fun and approachable environment. Sign up for a one time session of Longarm … Continued
Our gallery is looking bright with colorful quilts featuring Kona Cotton solids from Robert Kaufman Fabrics. It’s fun to see what quilters can do when using exclusively solid colors. Solids are versatile and allow for modern, geometric, and traditional quilt designs.
While I love scrappy, intricately pieced quilts and enjoy combining prints, I have to be honest with myself. I am a large scale quilter. I need the pieces to be big–the bigger the better. That is how I actually manage to get quilts done.
When Constellations by Lizzy House arrived at MD, I knew I had to make some type of star quilt for my nephew. There are so many different star quilt designs, but I couldn’t find just the right one that would work well with showing all of these lovely prints. I love designing my own quilts … Continued
I finished quilting and binding the second of my twin sized quilts! Honestly, I have been wanting to make my lovely daughters quilts for their beds for years, but the thought of actually quilting them was just too daunting. Once we set up the quilt frame and BERNINA 820, there was absolutely nothing to stop … Continued
I am absolutely in love with Clover’s Trace & Create Quilt Templates. They come in a couple different designs — the uber traditional Lone Star and Hexagon patterns. Both templates make these more advanced designs a lot simpler and frankly, more likely to use.
Last Monday I introduced you to my latest quilting project. It is now nearly done! All quilted and mostly bound. I, unlike my dear Michelle, love to hand bind. So that process does take a bit longer, but is going along quite nicely and will be easily done in time for the birthday at the … Continued
Two little girls, a new bedroom, and not much time make for simplified quilting inspirations. Luckily, on my Pintrest board, I have some pretty, quick and modern quilts to use as inspiration. I have also really been wanting to try my hand at the quilt frame/820 set up, and have a little girl who is about … Continued
Lupine, Meredith and I had the pleasure of sampling the new Beginning Quilting of the Frame class. Our new teachers, Cherri and Rachel, wanted to do a run-through and we were more than eager to volunteer. I was overjoyed to finally be able to learn the ins and outs of this grand apparatus that has … Continued