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Forest Daybreak Quilt – Modern Patchwork May/June 2017

April 27, 2017

I just got the new issue of Modern Patchwork in the mail!  I was very excited to see my Forest Daybreak quilt in this issue! I used some of my favorite colors of the new Me+You batiks from Hoffman fabrics for this quilt.  The pattern is all improvisational sewing with strips of fabric.  So it goes together really quickly.  AND you can easily adjust the thickness of the strips and/or the size of the quilt to suit your needs.   If you have never tried improv quilting before, this is a good way to get your feet wet!  The digital issues are on sale now for instant download.  These will be on the newsstands soon!

Bento Box Quilt for Modern Patchwork Summer 2015

June 30, 2015

I can finally show off a quilt that I have been holding onto a while!  The new Summer edition of Modern Patchwork is on newsstands now.  I have my new Bento Box quilt pattern in this issue!  This finishes at lap size and is a great way to use up your scraps if you wanted.   I really love the way this quilt turned out!  Teal is one of my favorite colors and I love the texty-low volume prints too.  This quilt incorporates both!  This is a beginner friendly quilt and it has a unique way to put the blocks together. We have some magazines for sale at Pink Castle if you can’t find it locally.  This will look great using the Word Up bundles and Low Volume bundles that we have in stock as well.  And of course we have all the aqua and teal stash builders in stock that will work with this pattern too. I’m glad to..

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Dorie’s Diamonds! Quilt in the QuiltCon Magazine!

March 9, 2015

I know, I know, QuiltCon is everywhere.  We all went and had an amazing time and it’s all over social media and blogs too.  Well, here’s another blog for you.   I had an awesome time at QuiltCon.  I love seeing all my friends in one place and I met A LOT of new and really cool people too.  The show was amazing this year.  There were SO many great quilts.  I really loved it.  Heather and all the ladies and gents that helped put this event on did a wonderful job.  I didn’t vend this year and I’m really glad I didn’t.  I got a chance to take a break from work (sort of) and really enjoy the show.  And now I’m home and back to work.  Luckily, the snow is starting to melt.  After that taste of warm weather in Austin I really became done with winter.   If you haven’t already picked up a copy of the..

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