Week of March 11, 2018 – Green Quilts “May your troubles be less, and your blessings be more – and nothing but happiness come through your door.” I just wanted to begin today with a good Irish Blessing for you!
Week of February 25, 2018 – Quilts with Squares I just love making quilts with squares! They seem to be the easiest and fastest quilts where you just let the fabric sing it’s pretty song. This first quilt is from
Week of February 11, 2018 – Red and White Quilts I just love red and white quilts. They look so clean and crisp and fresh. I guess that’s why this year’s Follow Along has been a red and white quilt,
Week of January 28, 2017 – Mom’s Birthday and More Last week my mom celebrated her 94th Birthday! Because she had been a quilter when she had good eye sight I decided to make her a little Birthday Cake Quilt
Week of January 14, 2017 – Organization Are you like me? Do you have a number of projects sitting in piles in your quilting studio? It’s time to get organized! New Year means new plans. I want to share some
I hope you have been having fun celebrating the past holidays with family and friends. I was thrilled to have my son, Karl come home from Minnesota for a week. Others were here as well, and I enjoyed every minute.
Week of December 17, 2017 – Christmas Tree Quilts “O Christmas Tree, O Christmas Tree, How Lovely are your Branches”. I love that song. I also love Christmas trees. I have been known to have as many as 12 trees
It is time to reveal the new “Follow Along with Phyllis” for 2018 and here it is! I have recently been fascinated with two color quilts (especially red and white) so I decided it might be fun to make a
Week of November 19, 2017 – Potholder Quilts In my last blog I promised I would be sharing a few Potholder quilts with you. As Pam Weeks defined them in her book Civil War Quilts that she wrote with Don
Week of November 5, 2017 – AQSG I had the privilege of attending AQSG (American Quilt Study Group) Seminar two weeks ago. What a wonderful immersion in quilts, quilt history and women’s history. I was able to attend study centers