Recently I had the pleasure of quilting a Double Wedding Ring Quilt for a customer. The more I worked on this quilt..the more I fell in love with it myself. The amazing colors of the rings….. The feathers that I quilted in the middle of each ring…. And each time I rolled the quilt and looked at the back….  my heart was just sooo happy. It truely was hard to give this one back to
The annual Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show will be here in just a few short months. Last year I only attended for a short amount of time and didn’t really take a lot of photos. So in honor of the show being so close, I thought it would be fun to re-visit this post from two years ago when I had a quilt displayed and meet all sorts of sewing stars!   Enjoy! – Kat Today (Sat
I had a rare and amazing opportunity to quilt a vintage quilt top. Not just any vintage quilt, this one was pieced by my husbands great grandmother Mary Ann Wirth. Family members were able to confirm that the floral fabric in the quilt used to be her dress. That’s right she cut up her own clothes and used them to create a quilt to keep others warm. The darker solid yellow fabric is vegetable died