Sewing Love

Oh my goodness, it's been a few months since I have had a new post. Instagram is so much faster but it's time to catch up here.  

I'm in the middle of a sewing frenzy during this extreme cold spell we've had. After seeing so many inspiring heart quilts on Instagram, cupid got ahold of me! I participated in a couple quilt alongs and had fun being creative. 


Pictured above is the adorable Quilty Hearts pattern by Emily Dennis. I decided right away to make this quilt because it's cute and goes together super quick. I was even brave enough to quilt this one myself and am please how it turned out...just don't look at the back. 

Moda also had a sew along that I couldn't resist. I'm using my version as a teaching tool when I speak to guilds about color theory. This is an example of using a double complementary color scheme; Red Violet, Yellow Green, Red Orange and Blue Green.

I also updated my Crazy Love quilt pattern and made a version in solids. Since it's a new thing in the house, my furry assistant seems to have claimed it as hers. The PDF is available in my shop if you would like to put your own spin on it. It works great for scraps and is jelly roll friendly.

The last few weeks I've also sewn with the Rosa collection which is in shops now. Here are a few yummy pictures of my finished quilts.

Soul Catcher Quilt Pattern
Made with Rosa fabrics by Moda. Quilted by David Hurd

Take Flight Quilt Pattern
Made with Rosa fabrics by Moda. Quilted by Kristi Ryan

Danza Quilt Pattern
Made with Rosa fabrics by Moda. Quilted by David Hurd

Now that February is here...thank goodness!! Growing Beautiful will start showing up in local quilt shops! It's a vibrant collection and I hope it brings just as much joy to others as I had creating it. Look back at older posts for additional project inspiration for this collection! 

Strawberry Rhubarb Pattern
Quilted by David Hurd