Monthly Archives: May 2014

Boy Scout Quilt

Another quilt for another graduate.  All done using Robert Kaufman boy scout fabric, Yarn-dyed Essex Linen, and a handful of scraps for the feathers.  This was improvisationally pieced with only a slight vision of where it was headed. I love … Continue reading

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Tex-Mexican Birthday Party

The first time I saw this pattern, I saw piñatas in the negative space.  We love all things Tex-Mex down here in San Antonio, and when I look at this quilt, I feel the need to drink a margarita, do … Continue reading

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The Panda Quilt: theme-y without being too theme-y

My cousin graduated from high school last year, and my aunt ordered a couple quilts for her son’s friends.  My inspiration for this quilt was that the graduate loves panda bears.  Okay, fun challenge– how can I make a quilt … Continue reading

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Double Wedding Ring

On every quilter’s bucket list is the double wedding ring quilt, right? Two years ago, I finally started one.  Again.  Confession:  I started one years and years ago (paper piecing and piecing the rings the traditional way), but a few … Continue reading

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