Have you always wanted to make a quilt but never thought you could? If you answered yes to that question, then the Log Cabin quilt would be a perfect weekend project for you.
Regular readers of my blog may already be familiar with this fun-to-make quilt pattern that is known for it's simplicity and seemingly endless design possibilities.
Happy New Year! Hard to believe we're already into a brand new year.
Before embarking on the next 12-months of colorful crafts, projects, quilts and occasional recipes, I thought it would be fun to share a quick recap of the year that was.
Perhaps you missed a few projects from this blog last year. Here's a rundown with thumbnails and links that will get you caught up on everything from celebrate CREATIVITY 2009. ♥
Can you believe it's March already? While the official beginning of Spring is still a few weeks away, I suspect just about everyone reading this is probably ready for much warmer temps.
I love Springtime and it can't get here soon enough for me. As we all wait for the rise in the mercury, perhaps this colorful quilt project will warm you up a bit.
If you've ever been intimidated by the thought of making your own quilt, I hope this post changes your mind about giving it a try.
Over the years, I've heard many people say, "Oh, I could never make one of those".
Well, I'm here to say yes you can and throughout this post, I'll walk you through all the fun steps.
When I was a little girl, I had the chance to live and travel to many parts of the world as the daughter of a Peace Corps director. However, I never took a trip "around" the world-until I made this quilt.
Trip Around the World is the name for this quilt design which starts with a fabric square in the center and radiates outward with seemingly hundreds of other colorful squares that create one big square after another.