Forgotten Finish

This one is an old finish, but a new post.  I made this baby quilt more than  a year ago before we even left Korea.


Somehow (shocking) it got lost for months in the melee of the move.  The pattern is from a beautiful tutorial by Bonjour Quilts.  The fabric is a mix of Sweetcakes by Riley Blake and assorted solids from my stash.

IMG_0736Those pink prints remind me of Strawberry Shortcake Dolls from my misspent 80’s youth.  I can almost smell her fake strawberry-scenetd nylon hair…sigh…good times.  Hopefully the gray and the modern pattern offset that sickly sweet girly girl thing.

IMG_0741IMG_0737It’s sparsely quilted echoing the lines on the front of the quilt in pink thread.  This was made in the days before I even thought about learning to free-motion quilt.  I don’t think FMQ would have added much to this quilt, though.  The simple, straight lines make sense to me here.


IMG_0744Time to add this one to the collection to be sold!

What’s new?

Been waaaay too long since I’ve taken time to post!  I need to get back in the habit.  Here’s what’s been cooking lately:


Isn’t this fun?  It’s a bag I made using Riley Blake’s Union Jack fabric.  The pattern is modified from a Sew Serendipity Bags pattern that fits the size of the flag print just perfectly.


I love how it turned out.  I kind of want to keep it for myself, but it is part of several projects I’m making to sell, so stay tuned for news of that.

IMG_0044I obviously have a lot of work to do learning how to take pics that aren’t BLURRY!  Must work on that!