You might recognize this modern throw size Sail quilt from the cover of the quilt pattern! This quilt is officially one of my favorites and really brings out the summer vibes!
I made this quilt with all solids fabrics using some pinks, golds, blues, and even some more neutral natural shades too. This throw size Sail quilt came together really quick because of the simplicity of the pattern and using my AccuQuilt fabric cutting machine. The pattern includes instructions for using both traditional methods of cutting or die cutting the fabric.
For as long as I can remember, I’ve always been drawn to bright springtime and summer color palettes, so as soon as I saw that FIGO was releasing this Prickly Pear fabric collection, I just KNEW I had to work with it! I snagged a fat quarter bundle to make a throw size Reverberate Quilt!
Sewing room organization is a hot topic lately! Your sewing room can be a space where the creative mess can run wild. But, it can be tricky to create a space that truly works as hard for you as you work on your creative projects. Since moving into my home a little over 2 years ago, I’ve established my own personal favorite methods of organizing my sewing space and want to share some things about my room that I find the most helpful!
Are you curious about how I keep my craft room & home office organized? In this article I’ll share with you my best tips for creating a workable & manageable space along with my recommendations for a non-traditional cutting table, my homemade design wall, and much more!
Do you know Brittany from @Loandbeholdstitchery? If not, you need to start following her! She designs and writes incredible patterns. Brittany’s grandma Lois was a quilter too and passed down her enthusiasm for this great art. I love this about Brittany/Lois because, I too, come from a quiltin’ grandma!
A few months ago Brittany came up with this awesome way to honor grandma Lois by starting to release patterns that are inspired by her own work: the Lois Quilt Collection. The first pattern to release as part of the collection was the First Gift Quilt, which I loved so much that I made TWO! (Click here to see them!) And now the second pattern inspired by grandma Lois is Model Farm! You can read Brittany’s story behind the quilt design here!
Over the past couple months I have been sharing my thoughts on popular quilting books which has turned into a quilt pattern book review blog post series! For today’s stop on the series I’ll be sharing my review of the book Modern Quilts Block by Block written by quilting expert Emily Dennis.