Sunday, July 15, 2018

Dusk to Dawn quilt is finished

Hi everyone, 

I have a finished quilt to share. 
My Dusk to Dawn quilt, designed by Stacey Lee O’Malley @slostudio
This pattern was published in issue 43 of the Love Patchwork & Quilting magazine. I have a digital copy. 







I used glide thread for the first time for the quilting. I love it! My machine loved it. Even though this quilt is heavily quilted, it is still soft. The glide thread is so light and soft. I think it’s my new go to quilting thread. 

I hope you like it. 

Wednesday, June 20, 2018

A modern quilt top “Dusk to Dawn”

Hi everyone, 

I just came back from a ten day motorcycle trip with my husband. We drove to Nova Scotia and back. It was so much fun!!  

When I got back I was itching to sew. 
I managed to finish this quilt top today. 

The pattern is by Stacey Lee O’Malley from slostudio.ca

It was published in Love Patchwork & Quilting magazine, issue 43. 
I have a digital subscription. 
I love this pattern. 
It was quick to make and such a wonderful design. 
I need to buy backing fabric for it and quilt it now. 

And just a few pics from my bike trip 














Monday, May 28, 2018

TV interview about Quilts Kingston

Hi everyone, 

I did an interview this morning with the local tv station about the quilt show coming up. 

Here’s the link



I had my Rainbow Medallion Quilt and two of my table runners in the segment. 








Monday, May 14, 2018

A few zipper pouches

Hi everyone, 

Last week I took a day off work because my stress and anxiety was really bad. 
It happens sometimes. 
There’s no better way for me to deal with this then sewing. I stayed in my pjs all day and made simple zipper pouches from cute fabric. 
These pouches I’m donating them to our quilt show member boutique in June. 


These are the first five pouches I made. 
These are small little pouches. They are perfect for those little trinkets you want to keep together or for a child crayons. I had a bag of remnant leather and vinyl.  I used these to jazz up the pouches a bit.  

I also made two pencil cases with this super cute Canadian moose fabric.  
In all, I have 2 pencil cases and 6 mini zipper pouches. I plan to make a few more pencil cases to donate. 

I hope you join us in June for the Quilts Kingston quilt show June 8-10th, 2018.