Two pre-cut fabric quilts and my favorite quilt so far.

Last January I discovered a new quilt shop here in Kansas City, KC Maker Studio, that was having on-line quilt classes during the pandemic. The series of classes available on Saturday mornings introduced the different types of pre-cut fabrics and patterns that could be used with them. For a nominal fee, I was provided withContinue reading “Two pre-cut fabric quilts and my favorite quilt so far.”

The Easiest Bread You Will Ever Make

My mom loved to bake bread.  Every Sunday we would have either a loaf of homemade bread, cloverleaf rolls, cinnamon rolls or my favorite, cinnamon bread. She never used a recipe, just magically produced those delightful treats off the top of her head.  When I became an adult I made her come to my houseContinue reading “The Easiest Bread You Will Ever Make”

An Obsession and a New Adventure!

Last fall when I was facing surgery and knew I would be laying low for about 12 weeks to recover, I decided to purchase a new sewing/embroidery machine.  Since I already own two sewing machines I really purchased it more for the embroidery capabilities than anything else……..except for that self-threading needle!!!!  Pretty sure I decidedContinue reading “An Obsession and a New Adventure!”

Quilts for the Triplets

As many of you know I have been blessed to be a grandmother to six adorable children, three of which are seventeen-month old triplets. They are so darn cute and so fun now that they are toddling around but I might be a little biased.  I have made all my grandchildren handmade quilts when theyContinue reading “Quilts for the Triplets”

Strip Quilt

Before my grand daughter Aria was born I made her a gender neutral quilt because her parents chose not to find out if they were having a boy or girl.  My daughter Kayla decorated the nursery with a cute mint/gray color scheme that I matched for Aria’s quilt. You can read about that quilt here.  InfantsContinue reading “Strip Quilt”

The Grandkids Room

A couple of months ago I shared with you a set of sheets I found that inspired me to make a star quilt for the room where my grandkids stay when they come to visit.  You can read that post here.  Those sheets and that quilt were the focal point for decorating the rest ofContinue reading “The Grandkids Room”