Tuesday, May 31, 2016


I woke up this morning and decided that I needed a little diversion from the monotony of the project that I have been working on. This Moda Love quilt was just the ticket.

Wednesday, May 25, 2016
























It's always a good feeling to be a part of something good.

I was honored when my friends who serve in PTA asked me to make a quilt for the principal of our local high school. Mr. Murphy is a great leader and is loved by all of the students and parents. He will be greatly missed in the hallways of Timpanogos High School, but we wish him well as he takes a position at the district level.



















The front of the quilt is signed by the faculty and staff, the back is signed by the students.

Sunday, May 15, 2016


Not much of a day for a clam bake or a daysail. But let's be honest…this is Uath and we don't really do clam bakes.

Clambake pattern by Thimbleblossoms. Daysail fabric by Bonnie and Camille for Moda.

Thursday, May 12, 2016


This month by month quilt has been sitting in the "to be bound" pile for years. It feels so good to have it finished. 


Pattern by Lynnette Jensen of Thimbleberries. 

Tuesday, May 10, 2016


I love the simplicity of this traditional rolling stone pattern. It's eye catching and shows off the fabric well. 



This navy and white rugby stripe quilt was made for a special baby boy. His sweet mama-to-be is a dear friend of our family. She and my daughter grew up together as best friends. During high school hardly a day went by when she wasn't in our home.


The daddy-to-be played rugby on BYU's national championship team. That explains the rugby stripes.


I'm so excited for this great couple. They are going to be wonderful parents!