Saturday, December 20, 2008

What to Do?

Nearly everyone has a pile of t-shirts, commemorating their past. But what do you do with those? If you wear them and keep washing them, they'll wear out! That's why I make t-shirt quilts. This one was made as a graduation gift last spring. They are the perfect gift for Father's Day, graduation, Valentine's Day, Easter, Christmas, well, you get the idea. So gather up those shirts that you just love and have them made into a soft, warm quilt! My prices on these are very reasonable -- they start at just $250.

Thursday, December 18, 2008

It's a Sham!

Two, actually. These go with the two twin sized cowboy quilts I'm working on for a very special customer. I used Michael Miller fabric for these and followed a tutorial I found online. The red inner border matches the red in the quilts, and the outer border and back is denim. I love the main fabric in the middle. I call it a cow print, but Michael calls it a pony print. Whatever you call it, I love it!

Wednesday, December 17, 2008


The items from my first show are done and delivered. What a great feeling that is! My workshop feels much lighter.

The brown bags were filled with smaller items, like the aprons or "feminine rolls." Then, each bag and purse had a tag with the person's name on it.

These 6 bags were just part of what I did this past month. I had 3 other orders from people not at the show, and those bags had already been delivered. Curly's favorite is the black and white bag. I would have a hard time picking a favorite. I loved them all. The fabric with the blue background with green and brown flowers was very popular. It was represented in 5 bags of the 9 bags.

Saturday, December 13, 2008

One of These Things is Not Like the Other

Yesterday, I was trying to complete 5 aprons at once. I had a really good system down, but then I noticed something not quite right. Can you spot it?

No? How about another view.

See it now? Yes, the blue apple/pear fabric was cut upside down. Whoops!

But, some things did go right. Isn't this the cutest pocket? It's for the children's apron.

Thursday, December 11, 2008

For Dolls

My girls are obsessed with dolls. There is always a doll stashed in remote corners of the house. So, I went with the flow. Here are two great things for their dolls: a quilt and an apron . They retail f0r $20 each, and, as always, are done custom, just for you.

Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Custom Quilts

Red, Black, and White

Green Batik

Chocolate Purse


The purpose of this blog is to keep you updated on my recent Molly Patch projects. Here, I'll post pictures of my finished products. Ordering is still done via email, but hopefully you'll see something you like here!