Recent News from My Studio

MCM #170: Book Review – FMQ with Angela Walters

MCM #170: Book Review – FMQ with Angela Walters

Several months ago I received a copy of Angela Walters book “Free Motion Quilting with Angela Walters: Choose and Use Quilting Designs for Modern Quilts.” I was provided the book by C&T Publishing and asked to review it for my readers. Life intervened, with...

Seeing Double: Two Quilt Finishes

Seeing Double: Two Quilt Finishes

On Monday evening I finally finished quilting the customer quilt I teased you guys with last week, when I showed you just part of the back. It was late when I finished the quilting, so I waited until yesterday morning to bury some threads and trim the quilts. I was...

MCM #169: Oliso Mini Iron Review

MCM #169: Oliso Mini Iron Review

Hi Everyone! Boy, I had intended to hop in here and check in with you a few days ago, but with all that's going on it just didn't happen. I hope all of you are safe and getting in some fun sewing/quilting time as a stress reliever. I didn't make as much progress as I...

MCM #168: Quilting Pearl’s Basket Quilt and Sharing a Heirloom

MCM #168: Quilting Pearl’s Basket Quilt and Sharing a Heirloom

It feels like so much has happened in the past week around the world and it really has our heads spinning. I fully intended to make it back to the blog before now and share another quilt from our local quilt show with you. It's hard to believe that it's been a week -...

MCM #167 – Quilting ‘English Garden’, a Judy Neimeyer Quilt

MCM #167 – Quilting ‘English Garden’, a Judy Neimeyer Quilt

The Mid-Ohio Valley Heritage Quilt Show is being held this week at the Blennerhassett Museum. This local show is held every March and there is always so much eye candy to enjoy. I was blessed to have been given the opportunity to quilt a few of the quilts that were...

Moon Garden Quilt and Return of Main Crush Monday

Moon Garden Quilt and Return of Main Crush Monday

One of the best things about my job as a longarm quilter is getting to see (touch, drool over) all the different quilts people bring to me. Some of the tops are simple patchwork piecing, some use more advanced techniques, and a few of them are made with so much skill...

Hi, I’m Beth!

Quilter, Pattern Designer, DIYer, wife and mother. I love to share my passion for creating and hope you will join me on my journey. Here is where I share my projects, designs, and lessons I learn along the way. Grab a cup of tea or a glass of wine, sit back and stay for a visit. I’m glad you’re here!