Grandma’s Lawn Chair

Meet Grandma’s Lawn Chair: Grandma’s Lawn Chair is my very first traditionally pieced quilt pattern that I released. It came out in the fall of 2013, and is a fun and popular pattern! The assembly for this quilt is so super quick and easy, that it’s the perfect pattern for gifts, baby quilts, wedding quilts, […]

Simple Star

Meet Simple Star: I designed Simple Star in the spring of 2013. It’s a simple star pattern – hence the name. lol. But is a lot of fun! The included cutting templates make it super easy to fussy cut your fabrics as well as line up your directional prints. An example of all the blocks […]

Star Fruit

Meet Star Fruit: Star Fruit is another pattern that I designed for a swap.Β My original mug rug, I used my favorite Anna Maria Horner collection, Good Folks, though I think if I did it over, I’d add more solids so the design popped more. πŸ˜‰ Β  Star Fruit mini quilt I made for a swap […]

Something Springy

Meet Something Springy: Soon after I designed Scrap Attack, I was contacted by Quiltmaker to see if I could design a similar block for their 100 Blocks issue. Something Springy is very similar in the design concept to Scrap Attack, but just a little different… I was pretty excited when they sent me the magazine […]

Winter Holly

Meet Winter Holly: Winter Holly is such a fun pattern!! It’s perfect for a single block, like in a pillow, bag, or mini quilt. But it’s also stunning in a full quilt!!Β The secondary designs that you can create with this pattern are awesome!!Β I have a few mock-ups to share… Winter Holly layout 1 Winter Holly […]

Simple Celestial

Meet Simple Celestial: If you’re familiar with my Celestial Star pattern, you’ll recognize that Simple Celestial has the same design elements, just simpler.Β Celestial Star is a 12 point block, which can be a little more tricky to get all of those center points to line up just right. So I decided to create an option […]

Starry Skyline

Meet Starry Skyline: Starry Skyline is a pattern that I created years ago for a Quilting Bee I was in on Flickr. Were you around for those days?? They were the best! I wrote a tutorial on how to traditionally piece the blog, which you can find HERE. But eventually I decided that I liked […]

Scrap Attack

Meet Scrap Attack: Scrap Attack is where all of this started!! It is my very first pattern I ever created, and it’s been such an awesome journey since then! I designed Scrap Attack in 2011, and sold it on Craftsy for a long time. (Does anyone remember those beginning days of Craftsy! That seems like […]

Locked in Spots

Meet Locked in Spots: Locked in Spots is one of my FAVORITE patterns!! There are so many fun projects you can make with this and I’m really excited to share these with you today!! I designed Locked in Spots at the end of 2015/early 2016. I designed it as a pattern to submit to Make […]

6 inch Star Gazing block

Star Gazing

Meet Star Gazing: I designed Star Gazing in February of 2015. This pattern is one where you can put a lot of thought into and come up with some really spectacular designs!! 6 inch Star Gazing block for a mug rug – I will be the first to admit that I’m not the best at […]