Well, we are still at home and another week has passed full of quilts displayed on my porch. It has become my favorite part of the day when I get to decide which quilt to display.
This is Confetti Bomb, which I made as a sort of improv quilt with parameters. It has no pattern, but it definitely is a favorite of mine!
This is a 12″ Raspberry Kiss Block quilt made from a block swap that @craftycop hosted in 2017/2018 (??) The instructions for this resized block are available on the tutorials section of my blog.
This is Dresden Butterflies, which is a quilt I designed for Moda Bake Shop. I love the movement this simple block creates.
This is Dutchman’s Dilemma, which is a pattern I designed and is available in my etsy shop. Stay tuned for 2 other versions to come, if we stay at home that long!
This is Epic Bow tie, also available in my etsy shop. Rainbow gradient with low volume fabrics will always be something I gravitate towards.
Legendary by Elizabeth Hartman could not be left out for all of the believers out there.
This is my #sewingavillage quilt I made a few years ago as part of Stitch Supply Co’s sewalong. Each house has a little fussy cut door and the backing is the patchwork along with our last name.
Stay tuned for week 3’s quilts!