My first t-shirt Quilt

Hi, Susan here! My first ever T-shirt quilt. Made for my older daughter. She really likes it for its heaviness, warmth, and the fact that her t-shirts are no longer sitting in a bag in her closet. Each shirt represents an accomplishment, event, or trip. The backing is dark purple cotton flannel, and the batting […]

Christmas Quilt #3 ~ Whack n Stack

This is a lap quilt, also sometimes called a throw. It was a lot of fun to make. I enjoy getting out a few seasonal quilts, then putting them away for next year. But while they are out, we do use them. See below for a little added JOY. Thank you for taking the time […]

Christmas Quilt #1, Rail Fence

This quilt has been in the making for a long time. I got the scraps, already cut into strips, at a rummage sale — oh, probably about eight years ago. Within a year or two of that, I had the top made — only to set it aside due to┬áthe busy teenage years of my […]

The Red Door Inn, by Liz Johnson

RDI – the letters which appear on some monogrammed, embroidered linens in an antique shop near the inn. The inn which featuers mightily in the setting of this novel. The inn which almost feels like character until itself. The inn is ultimately named Rose’s Red Door Inn — after a tumultuous time of preparation. The […]

My Latest Baby Quilt & the Story Behind It

I love to quilt, and have made and given away dozens of quilts over the years since I started about 25-30 years ago. Most of the quilts I have made are baby quilts. I have also made quite a few bed quilts (which I have kept for my family), and some lap quilts for the […]