BLENDER FABRICS

Blender Fabrics are the glue that hold our designs together and bring about that artistic coalescence we all dream of when designing quilts.

My Favorite QUILTING Tips

If you’re a Newbie (or a kind-of-Newbie), I have some tips you may just want to consider employing when you get ready to begin quilting your next project.

MY Quilt

August 2017 It has been YEARS since I made MYSELF a quilt. This one is mine! I have no idea what the name of the pattern may be. THIS is the 2017 Johnson County Quilt Guild Mystery Quilt. I, and all those participating in this project, received the instructions for the quilt one step at […]

Lester’s Quilt

In all the years I’ve been quilting, my husband has been very supportive of my passion for quilt-making…but, not always personally involved. It’s not that he doesn’t care…it’s that he’s not really interested in quilting. I can’t blame him. One of his passions is fishing. I personally love to eat catfish. But, would rather die […]

H. E. Double Hockey Sticks!

July 25, 2017 Finished the quilt from h***. I’ve never had so much trouble with a quilt. This thing fought me every step of the way. I did more “un-sewing’ on this quilt than I have any 10 quilts before it. BUT, it’s finished. My daughter asked for it. She said she had fallen in […]

Green and Blue and White and Pink… Oh My!

June 2004 I had a lovely young friend at church who is actually a little younger than my eldest daughter. She was graduating from High School and I wanted to do something special for her. I asked her what her favorite colors were, because I wanted to make a quilt. She said, “Green–DARK green—and Blue. […]

Oooops!

Quilters: Have you ever made a mistake while quilting that you just hated? Yet, the recipient of the quilt loves it anyway? January 2005 Home Is Where The Heart Is block pattern Just as I had the year before, for my dad’s birthday, I waited until the last minute to start a quilt for my […]

God Bless the Vet

February 2017 I came across an estate sale that featured A LOT of quilting supplies. One of the lots included this patriotic quilt top. I bought it, brought it home and finished it into a wall hanging. Afterwards, I wondered why I had. It doesn’t go with anything in my home. Someone suggested that I […]