strimla quilt – finished

Finally! That’s the first thing that comes to mind… I have had issues with a number of quilts, from wrong calculations (while watching Arrested Development!), to mistakes cutting or piecing, and yes, quilting. But this one was a special kind of problematic. ** EDITED 10/01! I really, really disliked the photos I took and posted … More strimla quilt – finished

Square Hearts

This one has been finished for a while now, but… you know how that goes… Tomorrow it is going to be gifted, so this was the last chance to get some pictures taken. Here it goes: Is this upside-down? It was not my intention to make hearts, but you’ll see in the next one, the … More Square Hearts


This is the fourth and the last of the quilts I finished over the last few months. This one is for my mom. And my favorite. I have a few more quilt tops finished, but they might have to wait. A bit. This is what the process looked like. I selected some fabrics I picked … More Panels

Diamonds, really?

Yes, this quilt started as diamonds, but then turned into triangles. How, you might ask? A method similar to half square triangles, this would be half diamond triangles. To be more specific… Remember this quilt? Of course you don’t 🙂 I made this one over a year ago, using a method (similar to this) to … More Diamonds, really?

Baby Quilt #2

This is not a second baby quilt I ever made. It is the second quilt I made cutting a bigger quilt top, into 2 baby quilts (take a look at the first one). I finished a bigger quilt top, set it aside waiting for an appropriate backing fabric to appear, when I realized I need … More Baby Quilt #2

baby blanket

Finished. What can I say? Not too happy. Will probably not use acrylic again. Good learning experience. This was my second project, and the first time I did a wet finish. Which I new nothing about. A little bit of googling, and I decided to was it on gentle, warm in my washing machine. Dry … More baby blanket

a few coasters

As I mentioned, I have a new, old loom sitting in my studio (ha!). This was my first project, using some of the stash yarn I bought for knitting long time ago. Warp was white cotton, which I ran out of while measuring the warp, so I added some green cotton yarn. Then I used … More a few coasters