How Many Quilts is too Many?

If you’ve been following me for a while you will know I’m a fast sewist. I joke that it’s my super power and it really can come in handy, but like every super power comes great responsibility. I make a lot of quilts. The other night my husband asked me how many quilts we haveContinue reading “How Many Quilts is too Many?”

Showcase Quilt Pattern

If you follow my instagram you know I love Ruby Star Society fabric. Many of their recent collections include stunning boarder prints and panels. They’re beautiful and of course I buy them, but I’m never sure what to make with them. I’m not drawn to a traditional panel pattern so I designed the Showcase QuiltContinue reading “Showcase Quilt Pattern”

Online Fabric Selecting with Confidence

Since most of our local quilt shops are closed, or only offering curb-side pickup, I thought now would be a great time for me to share how I pick colors for quilts. It can be scary ordering fabrics online without seeing them in person. Or maybe you struggle with creating a color palette. I likeContinue reading “Online Fabric Selecting with Confidence”

The Birth of LoveSewModern

As a mom I feel like I’m wired to put my children and my family first. I made the transition into motherhood at what many would consider a young age, but I wouldn’t have it any other way. After many sleepless nights, tears, and honest conversations with my husband we have decided that this yearContinue reading “The Birth of LoveSewModern”

80 HST, Endless Possibilities

Back in September I started Then Came June’s Flower Tile Quilt. I took a break from it because I’m easily distracted by new, shiny patterns. In November some of my girl friends and I went on a mini maker’s retreat in Delaware. (It was the best way I could think of to celebrate turning 30Continue reading “80 HST, Endless Possibilities”

The Making of Holiday Gifts

Like many makers, I spend the weeks before the major holidays feverishly hand making as many gifts as I can. I know it would be much easier on me, and take a fraction of the time, to simply purchase my gifts from the stores. Even easier I could shop from the comfort of my pajamas,Continue reading “The Making of Holiday Gifts”