Am I the only one who wants to talk about everything that went wrong with their quilt? Just me? First off, let me say this pattern, Hexie Framed by Emily Dennis, is great. And the fabric, Insignia by Alison Glass is also obviously amazing. This quilt top hung on the wall of my bedroom for … More Hexie Framed Quilt Retrospective
UPDATE: Over $500 was raised for OSSO, winning number #72 was pulled, who was Nancy and I have emailed her! Thank you times a million to all of you for buying tickets, sharing with friends, and supporting this cause. I love you all to death!!!!! Buying Tickets: To buy one $5 ticket: https://www.paypal.me/foxfishe/5 To … More Swiss Quilt Raffle for Orphans!
UPDATE: This is now available as a free pattern on Craftsy in PDF form with better-ish instructions! https://www.craftsy.com/profile/fox-favorites Ok, are you ready for this? First a few disclaimers… -The directions for this will make this quilt and leave you with lots of half square triangles left over. These can make another 1-2 quilts, depending on … More Meadow Goose Quilt Tutorial
If you are looking for a super easy and fun (and quick!) little tutorial I have just the thing! The Watermelon Quilt! Also known as The Sand and Sea Quilt! Are you ready for some terrible paint drawings??? Good, here we go… Fabric Requirements: 1/4 yard of 6 different fabrics (3 colors each in two … More Watermelon Quilt Tutorial
I love whole cloth quilts for babies! Whole cloth quilts are quilts made from a single piece of fabric. They are super easy and come together quick! A perfect quickish present. I say quickish because sometimes quilting it takes a while, but still, no piecing = faster. Because I am not skilled at free motion … More Whole Cloth Quilts
I love charm packs! In case you are not familiar with them, they are normally 42 pieces of 5″ squares of a single fabric line. So, instead of buying lots of yards of all the different fabrics you love in a line (and spending a billion dollars) you can have two or three of each … More Easy Charm Pack Quilts
(A few of them anyway!) My two oldest kids have quilts that are just smaller than twin size that I made for them a few years ago. I made them that size because they were smaller then (2 and 3) and I wanted them to have something that would last a while, but that they … More Quilts That Live At My House
Baby boy quilts can be harder to come by than baby girl quilts. Luckily there are more and more adorable fabrics out there, these anchors and waves being right at the top of my favorites list! I started this quilt the way I start many, with 6″ squares to turn into HSTs (half square triangles). … More Anchors Away Quilt
I am obsessed with these blue mason jars. A year or so ago when they started making them I may have bought a dozen with no real purpose… But then I used them in centerpieces at my Ecuadorian sister’s wedding (it is fine to have lots of extra families you choose, right?) so it was … More Mason Jar Pin Cushions – Super Easy Tutorial
I love triangles. I want to buy pretty much every fabric ever made with triangles. I also love triangle quilts. Maybe I don’t always love making them, but sometimes I do. Especially when they are finished! This one I loved, but getting points to match up on my first triangle quilt was moderately frustrating. But … More All the triangles!