While I don’t have Extensive Knowledge in the History and Making of Quilts, I wanted to give some information on the understanding of Quiltmaking. So that non-makers can understand why the price of my quilts may seem high. There are many factors that go into the making of a quilt. From fabric type, batting type, thread type, etc. If you don’t understand the process of making a quilt
Foxy Mother’s Day
This is a Hearts at Home pattern by Chelsi Stratton. The fabric used is Fox Farm by Melissa Mortenson for Riley Blake. This is the second quilt that I made using the Hearts at Home pattern and gifted for Mother’s Day.
Walkabout Mother’s Day
This is a Hearts At Home pattern by Chelsi Stratton. The Fabric is Walkabout by Sherri and Chelsi Stratton. I made two of this same pattern (both using different fabric) for a Mother’s Day gift to my mother and mother in law.
Chantilly Jelly Quilt
This was a free pattern that I found from the ModaBakeshop called Fancy. I used a Chantilly Fabric Jelly Roll by Fig Tree and Co for Moda Fabrics and Bella White by Moda. This quilt was gifted to a family member.
Toddler Jane Quilt
This is a free quilt pattern Called Jane’s Ladder from ModaBakeShop.com. I used Grandale Fabric by Keera Job for Riley Blake Fabrics. This is probably one of my favorite patterns and fabrics. I made this quilt for my toddler’s bed. This is a Crib size but works well as a Lap size quilt.
This pattern was a free pattern from FatQuarterShop.com. I used 12 different fat quarters for the front. I quilted simple straight squares.