A quilt a month: March

Here it is, like I promised! My March Quilt!

I put this quilt in my shop in Spring just a few hours after I finished it so I only had a few minutes to snap a pic with a phone. 

I really love this quilt, I was going for the stained glass look. The blocks are from a  Ty Pennington charm pack

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More Dog Quilts

People love their dogs don’t they :)

Here are two more matching dog quilts for: Mama Dawg & Lacy

The customer wanted zebra and dog fabric, so this is what I made:

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Sew Loving Quilt

Easy Peasy Block Quilt

I made this one for Sew loving to keep on EMS trucks. It was successfully given away, and the hospital is asking for more! :) If you would like to help in any way, contact me in the comments below:


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Sea of Dreams Quilt

Here is a fun, bright, simple quilt I made:

I call it “Sea of Dreams” 

The quilt is complimented by a matching pieced back panel which makes this quilt completely reversible!
This quilt is machine quilted in every square with a coordinating thread.
The inside batting is a Heirloom premium quality mix of 80% cotton and 20% polyester to keep you warm!
This quilt is finished with a high quality handmade and hand sewn binding to keep this quilt looking top of the line!

The quilt measures approximately: 86cm x 100cm or 34″ x 39″

These quilts are great for anywhere and everywhere, Take it on road trips, use it as a floor blanky, cuddle with it, or even for the cradle of crib.

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Gabriel’s Quilt — Rad Plaid

I made this quilt back in October-November, but forgot to share it with you guys! It was made for a friend’s brand new little nephew, Gabriel, as a baby shower gift.

This quilt was honestly really fun to create. I got the idea from lil’bro’s Target bed spread. I went to a resale shop, found shirts that coordinated and created this unique fun quilt! The embroidered name was done by a local lady for only 7 bucks!

It was a surprise quilt, which was the reason I couldn’t post it for a while :)


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