quilt monday

 You had to have guessed I wouldn't have waited long to finish this fun one up.

quilted with Laurie

This is my current go to boy colour theme for quilts. 

And I'm not sad about it.

This is a free pattern offered by Dear Stella. It went together so quickly. 
I actually pieced the top in one day while camping in April.
You can find the pattern download here.

This tartan print flannel was the perfect match as a backing.

Love the shadows in this pictures.

I gave this quilt to my cousin for the birth of her son. 
I already know I'm going to make another one and I'm thinking of all the pretty feminine fabrics I could use for a sweet baby girl one.
Stay tuned lol.

Happy Monday :)



You'll have noticed a few changes to this space. There is more to come. The biggest change is going to be where you find this space. 

In the next few weeks, this website will be moved, hopefully lol, to quiltnutcreations.ca. Not too hard to remember! 

I'll be keeping quiltnutcreations.com so if you go here(there?? lol) by mistake, you'll see something that might be new to you, but also find some links back to here.

And just because it's summer, finally, here's my workspace today.


quilt monday

 I am addicted to this pattern.

quilted with Yodel

This is such a fun quilt to make. 
And it's a free pattern from The Blanket Statement when you sign up for Erin's newsletters.

I really love that text print, it really livens up the quilt a bit more in my opinion.

And that black binding just makes the entire quilt just pop. 
Love it!

I love how you can see the quilting on the backing.
 It blends in so well on the front.

Seriously, go sign up for the newsletter and get this pattern! 
You won't regret it.

Happy Monday!

sew good

 I've been working hard on getting caught up, or actually, stay caught up on my yearly sewing list. Do you do a list every year? I usually do one for January to July, the summer, then Christmas projects from September until the end. I try to make the summer projects all strictly quilts for me.

With that said, here's a few recent projects I've been working on. 

I made up this cutie using the Wilshire Weld(currently on sale in the shop, check it out here). The pattern is Bird's Hill by The Blanket Statement. We happen to have the paper patterns available as well here. 

I've made a few of Erin's patterns now and this one might be my favourite. It's a very quick make and was fun to do.

Next up, another one of these fun HST quilts.

I had cut this one all out and realized I didn't like how dark the solid was with the prints. So  I did another with Kona bone. I had the blocks all sewn together for this so it came together fairly quickly.

This one is a free pattern by DearStella. 
You can find it here.

This seems to be my go to boy themed colour scheme now and I'm all here for it. 
Again, this was another quick project and I am looking forward to making this pattern again and again.

I also finished up this Vintage Lace quilt.
320 2.5inch hsts. It felt like they took forever.

By the way, meet Goose. She's my shadow :)

And because I can't not be working on a project, 

Let me know what you're working on in the comments!

quilt monday

Surprise, another baby quilt! 
You know I had to do one of my favourites.
 Even funner when you use stash fabrics.

quilted with Malachite

I really love the colours on this, so simple and yet striking.

There's just something about an all solids quilt isn't there?

I adore this flannel backing. 
Those deer are so fun.

I used the blue as the binding, I love the contrast on the grey sections.

I already have another idea for a baby quilt like this but in a royal blue and a red. 
It's going to be a fun one.

Happy Monday!

show and tell

 Here's some recent client favourites.

Adienna did this fabulous Diamond Ripples quilt.

It as hard to let her take this one back home. 

quilted with Novaya Zhizn

So pretty

Melody did this fun book quilt.

quilted with a meander

Melody also did this fabulous coffee quilt.

quilted with Floral Meander

Shirley brought back some fabric from a trip to Paris and challenged her sister Velma to a quilt challenge. 

These are Shirley's quilts.

quilted with Camellia 

And Velma's quilt.
It's a stunner.

quilted with Dazzle

By SaraBeth

quilted with Linna's Charm

By Maxine

quilted with Stars and Loops

And lastly, this beauty by Dianne.
I actually put this kit together, it was pretty exciting to see it finished.

Thanks for looking!

quilt monday

 I had been loving The Blanket Statement patterns lately.

We carry a few of them in the shop

This is a newish pattern of Erin's and even better, it's a freebie for signing up for her newsletter. 

The Old Market Square quilt.

This quilt goes together so quickly. 
I did the two colour option,  there is also a three colour one.

I love that I was finally able to find a pattern to use this bird fabric for. It's one of my favourites. 

I of course, used my current obsession, Malachite for the quilting.

I had the perfect backing fabric for this; the colours matched perfectly.

The white binding might be my favourite part.

I loved this quilt so much that I actually made another.

I'll admit I had originally planned the script print to go with the bird fabric but it was too busy. This seems like these fabrics were made for each other.

Happy Monday! 


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