Nobuko's Garden

Some gardens take time to bloom. Nobuko and her tiny dog brought me this quilt top she started years (decades!) ago.

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A Gift for the Ballet Star

Besides being miles away from her family, this Southern Californian has to brave Wisconsin winters.

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Coziest Time Capsule

During my son's break this fall, we cut up all his toddler and kinder clothes (he was super hero obsessed!), and turned them into the most precious quilt. 

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Scaredy Cat Pixel Pillow

Instead of stressing over a handmade costume this year, I stitched up a Scaredy Cat Pixel Pillow. Watch my video tutorial, copycat away, and give your home some fall purrr-sonality!

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8 Tips for Making Pet Quilts

The dogs and cats who live in our homes are beloved family members…who (let’s be honest) lick the floor, roll in dirt, and chew up our favorite socks.

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Wool Batting = Heart-Eye Emojis

They say wool batting is nice... but I had no idea until I tried it. Holding this baby quilt is like hugging a cloud. Light, fluffy, soft, and wrinkle resistant. Oh my heart eyes I'm in love.

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10 Quilty Things You Can Do Now for a Stress-Free Holiday Season

The holidays are right around the corner! Here are some quilty things that you can do now to gift yourself a smoother holiday season.

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Storybook Quilt

“Once you have read a book you care about, some part of it is always with you.” This quilt is a deeply personalized gift from a grandmother to her young book lover, showcasing the stories that have shaped who she is like only a good book can do. [VIDEO]

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Crawl, Walk, Sew

My son was has always been surrounded by quilting. He was born while I was running my quilt shop. As he learned to crawl, and then walk, he'd follow me around as I straightened, leaving a trail of fat quarters pulled proudly off shelves.

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With Love from the Future

What better way to spoil a grandson, than to surround him with the things he loves? Long after the birthday party is forgotten, he'll always have this quilt to remind him of his grandma.

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