Heartsy in Forget Me Not + a Thankful Sale!
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by Allison
2M ago
Can you believe Thanksgiving is a day away?  My brain is still in September!   It’s that week again when everyone seems to have a Fall Sale, and I’m adding to the craziness. Visit my shop this through 11/28 for 25% patterns and Diagonal Seam Tape. Now that Forget Me Not is in stores, I need to post this quilt!  I knew Heartsy would be perfect in this fabric and I love the way it turned out.  I used these 1/4 yards for it…narrowing down fabrics is the hardest part of making a quilt sometimes. Each time I make these heart blocks and lay them out I’m tempted to stop h ..read more
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Favorite Fall Quilts
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by Allison
5M ago
My kids are back in school after what felt like the shortest summer ever…and even though I’d take another month of summer, I’m also ready to get back to routines and back to my sewing machine!  Fall is my favorite time to sew, so I rounded up some of my favorite past fall quilts all in one post.  Fall Leaves still takes the top spot as my favorite fall quilt.  I’ve seen some fabulous versions of this quilt over the past year on Instagram!   Every time I see a new one I like it more than mine and I want to remake it.   Costco already has the Halloween candy ..read more
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Terrace
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by Allison
7M ago
I drew out this Terrace quilt design over a year ago, but saved it until I had a fabric line to use it with.  It’s perfect for showing off the large florals and plaids of Forget-Me-Not...and the tiny blue dot makes a great background.  This pattern is in the same style as Jelly Weave, and Picnic…with a woven look but easy to make.  Forget-Me-Not comes to stores in October in case you missed it….it’s getting closer! Terrace is a fat quarter pattern in 5 sizes. It’s an on point design but the blocks are easy and it goes together pretty quickly with some chain piecing. As I was m ..read more
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Planted Quilt
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by Allison
8M ago
I meant to post this last month but whew…it flew by.  We had company from out of town, baseball, birthdays (Jane my youngest turned 6!), and now I feel like a whole years worth of activities are crammed into the last two weeks of school.  Two more weeks and then I can sleep in an extra hour each morning and our food bill doubles with the kids home all day!    This quilt is my Planted pattern, made with Forget-Me-Not fabrics.   I made this quilt with 10″ precut squares, but you can also make it with 12 fat quarters.  You’ll use every smidge of fabric when us ..read more
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Primrose
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by Allison
9M ago
Meet the Primrose quilt!    My Forget-Me-Not fabric line has a print of flowers in jars, so I thought it would fun to carry the jars over into a quilt.  Technically the fabric has tulips in jars…but since I’ve already made a Tulips quilt, I decided on a primrose block instead.   This quilt has a similar layout to Pumpkins, with the different heights of blocks and the leaves in different directions that give it a little more movement.   The flower dot is a perfect jar colored blue that almost looks like a solid from a distance.  These blocks are so cute ..read more
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Tangled Quilt
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by Allison
10M ago
You guys know I love designing and sewing with pre-cuts!  Jelly Rolls are my fave, but Layer Cakes are my close second and you can use either with this pattern (or yardage!).   Tangled is one of my newest quilts/patterns I made with Forget-Me-Not.  I’ve had this quilt messily sketched into my notebook for years, but for some reason didn’t really spark much interest until I started this quilt.  This block has many different names and variations, but mostly commonly I’ve seen it called a Celtic knot, and often a lovers knot, or slip knot.   Whenever I’m desig ..read more
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Forget Me Not
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by Allison
10M ago
Today I get to share my newest fabric collection Forget Me Not, which also seems like a fitting title for today’s blog post since it’s been 3 months since I’ve checked in here!   Life is busy and full, and for the past little while I’ve felt like I was juggling so many things, my blog ended up on the backburner.  As my kids get older it takes so much mental energy to keep the family running smoothly and everyone where they need to be…I’m sure you Mom’s with older kids know what I’m talking about!   I’m grateful that I can take a break when I need to catch up with life ..read more
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Heartsy Quilt Pattern and a Free Block
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by Allison
1y ago
I couldn’t let the beginning of 2022 slip by without making one of my favorite things to sew…a new heart quilt!  So many people have asked me how to make a version of Brightly or Pumpkin Patches with hearts…so I worked on making this Heartsy quilt.  It’s hands down the cutest quilt I’ve made in 2022.  ;)  If you already own Brightly or Pumpkin Patches, I wrote out free instructions to make the heart block that you can substitute for the stars and pumpkins in those patterns.  Click below or here for the free block pattern!    Heartsy Heart Free Block Pattern ..read more
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A Christmas Jelly Weave Quilt
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by Allison
1y ago
In the nick of time I finished up this quilt today!  It was my slow going December project, and today I sewed on the binding just in time to enjoy it for Christmas.   This is my Jelly Weave pattern, and to make it 2 colors, you just divide the strips needed in two colors, and use each color in each block.  I put more details and photos of how to make this pattern 2 colors in this post of my black and grey version.  I cut the fabric strips from my red and green stash.  The only one I would have left out is that really lime-bright green fabric…but I picked out the ..read more
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Colorful Evergreen Quilt
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by Allison
1y ago
I made one of these Evergreen tree blocks a few weeks ago to test out the sizing….and since I already made one block, what’s another 34?  Might as well make a quilt!  This pattern is the Evergreen Quilt Tutorial I posted a couple of years ago (click here for link).   I went through my stash for fabrics, and since I didn’t have enough white background fabric for this quilt, I used my stash of low volumes for a scrappy background.   I laid the blocks out a few different ways and my 9 year old decided this one was best.  I don’t know the official name for thi ..read more
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