This bold and quirky Pete the Cat baby quilt features James Dean’s Pete the Cat in yellow and blue triangles. The block pattern for this quilt is called ‘flying geese’. Flying Geese is one of my favorite patterns because there are so many ways to layout the shapes.Continue reading “Pete the Cat Baby Quilt”
To mark the 50th anniversary of Scooby Doo and because I’ve always loved the show, I created this Scooby Doo quilt. I used an up-cycled a Scooby t-shirt and added some Scooby themed fabric to make this quilt fun and playful. This quilt is stitched together using glow in the dark thread for a extra bit of spookiness.Continue reading “Scooby Doo Quilt”
Minecraft’s pixelated characters made perfect subjects for this Minecraft Kid Size Quilt. In this quilt, Minecraft’s main hero Steve is joined by game characters like a pig, a cow, an endermen, and a ghost. The border and the backing of this quilt are made from Minecraft print fabrics.
Minecraft is a computer game in which players exist in a virtual world gathering the tools they need for building and combat. It was first made public in 2009, and today it is arguably the world’s most popular game.Continue reading “Minecraft Kid Size Quilt”
One of my dear friends is the pastor of Greater Zion Baptist Church of Jefferson, Pa, and I made him this Hallelujah! Quilt to commemorate his service and our friendship. I mixed some faith affirming t-shirts with African wax print fabric, and I had fun with a few quilting patterns to make this gift.Continue reading “Hallelujah! Quilt”