Monthly Archives: December 2011
I love everything about the Victorian era, so it was no surprise to me when I first saw a Crazy Quilt. The Crazy Quilt is a product of that time. Women used scraps of fabric, probably fabric from clothing no … Continue reading
My children and grand dog just left to go back home after a beautiful week-long visit for the holidays. On a quiet day before Christmas, we all sat around and watched home movies of past Christmas times. While watching these, … Continue reading
Choose light and dark fabrics. Your squares should end up being about 12 1/2 inches. Remember, ironing them as you go along is essential. 1. Your center square, cut a 3 1/2 inch square. 2. Choose three different fabrics for … Continue reading
The log cabin quilt is an excellent way to use your scrap fabric. My squares are approximately twelve inches and when sewn together make up a beautiful homey quilt.
Here is a blog dedicated to my quilting creations. I will be sharing photographs of my quilts as well as tips, tricks, lessons learned, and silly stories about my quilting adventures. I hope you enjoy! -Kathy (with a “K”)