Sandy’s All-Star Sports Quilt

Quilts for teenage boys can be so hard to design. They can't be too swirly and girly. Sandy found the sweet spot with this sports themed quilt for her grandson. I added a sporty star pantograph to finish it up for her!

So often we want to make a quilt for gifts. When giving to a fellow crafts person, it can be easy to create something they will appreciate. Classic quilt blocks are always popular to people who appreciate and understand the history of quilting. But what about a teenage boy?  Especially if he isn’t interested in […]

Karen’s U of L Rail Fence Quilt

Karen made this Rail Fence quilt for her son and she has lots of hidden meanings in it's design. It's red, black, and grey, because he's an avid UofL supporter and it's quilted with footballs because he played while growing up.

If you’ve spent anytime in Louisville, KY you’ll know college sports are king here. As a quilter I’ve seen countless quilts in Kentucky blue or red and black. Having a quilt to leave out year round as a matter of pride, or just a good luck token for game day, is a great way to let […]

Ali’s Critters Quilt

Critters Quilt

I love hearing about quilts made for family and friends. Nothing says “you’re special to me” quite like a quilt you can wrap up in! Ali made this sweet quilt for a close friend of hers. She even included him in the design process and picking out fabrics. She’s calling this the critters quilt in […]