Another year is ending, and we thought it would be fun to take a look back at all the quilts we have made or debuted this year. Most of these were featured on our blog, where you can visit the individual post to read more.
Picket Fence Quilt
This is a quilt that we developed as a kit for Craftsy. The kit for this quilt was selling well, but one of the components was incorrectly ordered, so although it was our most popular kit, it was discontinued after a short time. We’ve reworked the pattern to use fat quarters and released it on its own as the Star Farm Quilt.
Cutting Garden Quilt
This is another quilt kit we developed for Craftsy. We have also released the pattern on its own as the Moon Blossoms Quilt.
Potting Shed Quilt
This is the last quilt from our first set of quilt kits. We haven’t released the pattern for this quilt separately, mostly because we just haven’t gotten to it yet. Maybe for 2018?
Swoon Sixteen Quilt
This Swoon Sixteen was made purely for fun. It’s a pattern by Camille of Thimble Blossoms. We loved reinventing the pattern with a more muted palette than we usually see for it. Diane is currently working on her version of this that mainly features Cotton+Steel fabrics, so look forward to seeing that on the blog in the future!
Daphne’s Stoplight Quilt
The Stoplight Quilt is a quick twin-sized jelly roll quilt, made for Audrey’s youngest daughter.
Tulip Fields Quilt
If you follow our blog, you won’t recognize this one! It was our first quilt tutorial for the Moda Bake Shop blog, but we had so many other quilts to post at the time that we forgot to put it up! We will give it a post of its own, now that spring quilting projects are on the horizon.
Sweet Bouquet Quilt
We had a busy year of Craftsy quilts. Sweet Bouquet is another. We loved the big blocks on this one. It’s not released as just the pattern yet, but it’s in the queue.
Take Flight Quilt
Take Flight was our first fussy cut quilt. There’s a butterfly in the center of each block. We can’t wait to try it in another color scheme!
Flamingo Fever Table Runner
This table runner was a fun exercise in machine quilting. It was donated to be raffled in a youth service auction fundraiser.
Stargazer is another quilt with big blocks that goes together quickly. It was also one of the most popular posts on our Instagram page this year.
Axis was a fun quilt to design, because it comes in three different colorways. This also made it a bit tricky, but it’s one of our favorite patterns to date.
Tumbling Bricks Quilt
Tumbling Bricks was a wedding gift that we made in record time. The general design and colors were picked by the happy couple, but we came together to design the actual details. It’s another quilt that may eventually turn into a pattern, but we would want to make it again for that!
Star Farm Quilt
Here’s the Picket Fence Quilt reworked as the Star Farm Quilt. This version uses fat quarters for the pointed stars.
Glamping Star Farm Quilt
Diane’s version of the Star Farm Quilt features coveted glamping fabric from her personal stash.
Peaks Mini Quilt
This mini quilt was made for a Curated Quilts challenge, and it was our second most favorite photo on Instagram. We’re happy to say that you’ll see it featured in Issue 2!
Amelia’s Charming Quilt
This little quilt was a fun quilt designed by and made with kids.
Kitty Cat Pet Mats
A new pattern for your feline friends, the Kitty Cat Pet Mats pattern includes two sizes.
Puppy Dog Pet Mats
We couldn’t leave out the dogs!
Flit and Bloom Table Runner
This fun table runner post also features a tutorial on curved piecing.
Mission to Mars Quilt
Another quilt kit for Craftsy, and this one features Foundation Paper Piecing.
Definitely Positive Quilt
Our second quilt tutorial for the Moda Bake Shop was this jelly roll quilt.
This was a fun quilt for free motion quilting! We did lots of different designs on this kit quilt from Moda.
Snowball Fight Quilt
This is our most recent quilt tutorial. Check it out if you missed it in all the pre-holiday craziness.
We hope you’ve enjoyed a look at our quilts of 2017. This doesn’t include any of our other sewing projects, like our Artist Portfolio and Weekend Market Tote #1 and #2. It also doesn’t include the many quilt tops we have ready to quilt or in progress. There’s plenty more in store for 2018!