Do you love fabric? Have you collected enough to last a lifetime? It's time to use that fabric, make some quilts, and have fun doing it.
I am so glad you are here. My goal is to provide fun, easy patterns that will help you get your stash off the shelf and into a quilt. Have loads of UFOs and WIPs? I can help motivate you to finish those too.
I love to share tips and techniques that I have learned over the years that will help you make quilts more quickly and with greater accuracy.
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I am so happy to have you here. I am Rhonda and quilting has been my passion for over 30 years. Like many of you, I have reached the point of SABLE (Stash Accumulation Beyond Life Expectancy).
I love working with fabric and making quilts. My quilts tend to be simple designs that allow the fabric to do the heavy lifting. Over the years I've made hundreds of quilts and hope to make hundreds more. I hope you will look around the website and find some inspiration to create your own beautiful quilts.
This website is a work in progress. Over the next couple of months I will add some tutorials, tips, and techniques that will encourage you to try some new things. I hope you stop back often to take a look around and see what's new.
From time to time I buy a jelly roll but don’t have a particular pattern in mind to use it. Sometimes I will cut it up and make a “choose your own adventure” quilt. For these quilts, I piece some…
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Find a small selection of pre-cuts and yardage in the Patchwork Sampler 2 Etsy shop.
Most of my quilts are donated, but I offer a few at very reasonable prices for sale in this Etsy shop.
Looking for bargain quilting books, patterns, or fabric? This Etsy shop carries quilt shop quality items I am de-stashing.
Here you can find photos of some of the quilts I have made over the years. I hope to do better going forward about photographing projects as I complete them!