My 3rd I think on the sewing machine. Had so much fun and it turned out so amazing. It was supposed to be for my chocolate lab but, sorry girl after I had hand quilted it. I use it everyday in my chair. I learned to hand quilt at a quilting bee in Topsey Texas in the fan pattern. It was in an 1800's old school house that the ladys met with my Grandma. It's still more pleasing to my eye than the machine Used an old book I had on hand back in 2016. Finished the hand stuff 2017.
Jelly Roll Waves is a great use of a jelly roll or even yardage. The pattern includes directions using a jelly roll and traditional piecing or yardage and strip piecing. It comes together quickly either way you choose. The pattern has 6 sizes from baby to king to make it worth the price. Buy today in my pattern shop: http://bit.ly/ShopBusyHandsPatterns
Oh My Darling is a stunning design that will look great in many fabric collections and scraps. The pattern includes directions for 6 sizes from baby to king and is jelly roll friendly with strip piecing for quicker piecing. You can buy the pattern in my pattern shop here: http://bit.ly/ShopBusyHandsPatterns
Introducing Scrappy Patches, my latest quilt pattern! Scrappy Patches is a simple pattern that will make it look like you worked hard to make it. Blocks are strip pieced to make it as quick as possible. This pattern will look great in many fabric collections! The pattern includes fabric requirements and instructions for 7 sizes! Made from one block, this pattern can be completely scrappy or more planned depending on fabric selection. Pattern includes material requirements using jelly rolls or fat quarters for random, scrappy placement; and yardage for identical, planned blocks made from 12 fabrics. Instructions are clearly written with corresponding graphics. Scrappy Patches is suitable for experienced beginners and up. It has easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions for cutting and piecing this stunning quilt. Scrappy Patches is available in my Etsy shop! http://bit.ly/ShopBusyHandsPatterns
I fell in Love with the this pattern and loved the earth tones and knew it would be perfect for one of my sons....I also was new at Jelly Rolls/Layer Cake patterns which I love....how they were redesigned from traditional patterns to fit pre cuts......I have attached another picture of a girly Bear Claw for an exchange student we had, this photo shows the color combo..(Not finished of course)
Jelly Roll Waves is a pattern I came up with as a quick way to use jelly rolls. The pattern includes instructions for 6 sizes from baby to king. The quilt can be made with jelly rolls which uses traditional piecing (and it's still quick!) and yardage for strip piecing (and this is even quicker)! I love this pattern so much that I made four of them within a week! Purchase the pattern here: http://go-2.it/BusyHandsPatterns This quilt is for sale in my quilt shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/BusyHandsQuilts
Boundless Beauty is a quilt pattern I designed that will look great in any fabric collection or all scrappy! The pattern includes traditional piecing for jelly roll strips, as well as strip piecing for scraps or yardage. There are instructions for 5 sizes from Baby to King. This quilt is a twin size and is made from Flower Sugar fabrics and Kona White with a backing of super soft solid white and a binding of Riley Blake red/white gingham. You can purchase this pattern in my Craftsy shop: http://go-2.it/BusyHandsPatterns I offer discount on multiple pattern purchases through my Etsy shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/BusyHandsPatterns Thank you!
My mom finally got tired of seeing me make quilts for friends and other family members and requested her own. It's not the fabric or pattern I would have chosen for myself, but when I finished it my 4-year-old said, "That looks like grandma," so I know I got it right. I'll give it to her for Christmas this year.
A very dear friend got married on New Years Eve. I made this special quilt just for her and her husband. They take part in Civil War Reenactments and use this quilt to cover anything modern in their tent. Last year I made his & hers matching pillowcases and two bivy sacks to hid more modern goodies. She replaced the rag drawstring with some leathder.
I made this quilt from the very first jelly roll I ever bought at MSQC. Months went by, and then Jenny did the tutorial for Kissing Coins, and it appeared in the block magazine using the same Union Blues jelly roll! I was so excited to do this quilt, it is my second full size quilt.