Search results for: “jellyfish”

  • Making Plans

    Making Plans

    I guess I haven’t written a post in a while… I’ve been questioning my purpose of this blog, and if it serves anything more than just a place to show my work. So, I’ve recently decided to give pattern-making a shot, and share some tutorials here. I’m almost finished with the Wood Dragon EPP Hexie […]

  • All The Good Feels – Northwest Quilting Expo 2015

    All The Good Feels – Northwest Quilting Expo 2015

    Oh my, what a week! So many good things to share, I don’t even know where to begin! My biggest highlight is that the Jellyfish Hexie Quilt took 3rd place at the Northwest Quilting Expo! I have my first ribbon, and I couldn’t be more tickled! I went to the show yesterday with my friend […]

  • A Hexie Tutorial – All Points Patchwork Blog Hop!

    A Hexie Tutorial – All Points Patchwork Blog Hop!

    I’ve created a hexie tutorial for All Points Patchwork Blog Hop. As you may know: I’m a hexie addict. So when Diane Gilleland of CraftyPod contacted me about participating in her Mug Rug Blog Hop, I couldn’t say no! She has recently published the book: All Points Patchwork that is chuck full of all sorts of tips and tricks […]

  • More Hexies!

    More Hexies!

    Since I finished the Jellyfish Hexie Quilt, I’ve been making hexies out of random scraps of fabric that have been given to me by a few PMQG members (Thanks Sam, MaryAnn, and Cris!) So I have piles of crazy-colored hexies to play with. I came up with a layout for a medallion for a larger […]

  • Piecing A Quilt Back

    Sometimes I think there is something wrong with me… I can’t seem to just use a large piece of fabric for my quilt backs.  Why?  Because I always have left-over scraps from the front, that I just don’t want to use for something else – I’m usually ‘done’ with certain fabrics after using them in […]

  • Binding By Hand

    Binding By Hand

    I’m trying something new: binding by hand.Since this whole (jellyfish) quilt was hand stitched, it would be inconceivable to use a machine to stitch down the binding. So I stitched all the binding by hand too: As if I was using a machine, I started by sewing the binding to the top of my quilt. […]