I love your quilts! I’m starting to try to make “modern quilts” for baby quilts for friends of my daughter. Yours are inspirational, thank you for sharing your pictures.
(Found your site from the Bloggers quilt festival.)
My Granny was the one who taught me how to quilt and I have always been able to appreciate the work that is put in to a beautiful quilt. These are amazing and I love the work you do!!! I can’t wait to see more that you make!!!Absolutely amazing work!!!
These are amazing. I have been a patchworker since I was about 8 years old. I have only made about two patchwork quilts though in over 30 years as they take so long to make ( I mainly do hand stitched patch work.). I am in awe that you have made so many- such a lot of work. Thankyou for sharing them, they are really beautiful.
Hi Katie, I was at The Quilting Loft today and saw your sample quilt – I think from your new book – it has a grey background with all these colorful print triangles that make rectangles. I am looking for a picture of it to show my niece as I think she would love the color combinations. I don’t see it here but I caught a glimpse of it on your blog.
Whenever I need quilting inspiration I visit your website. Your creativity gets me up and running again. I enjoy looking at the designs and the beautiful colors you use. Keep up the great work!
My mind is bending round the coloway in Pantone Pop. Orange and lavendar in the same quilt. I saw it in your masthead and it grabed hold of me and warped me into your blog. Can you say something about the genesis of that color combination?
Very cool and very creative! I’m a young professional artist though I never imagine myself creating clothing or quilts (I specialize mostly on prints and digital)…yet right now, as I browse through your blog, I am indeed getting inspired. I’ve got to try these, especially the pillows! Thank you!
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I do admire your eye for colour and form. Pity you’re on the other side of the world, or I’d sign up for one of your classes. Never mind, I’ll just carry on admiring from a distance. Lovely photo gallery. KC
Hi Katie! I’m working on the Blue Ice quilt from your book. When you’re doing the elongated wonky log cabin, the book says to cut the top strip at an angle starting in the second row of logs. Is it just the top log that you keep cutting?
We just found your blog today. Them covers are beautiful. My wife ,Ma Hope loves to do quilts we recently lost our farm and in the move to our new cabin ma lost all her quilting stuff except her fancy sewing machine. If you all might know or have extra quilting supplies and fabric scraps she would surely be appreciative. Our address at the Hobo university International headquarters in care of Ma Hope 111 high street, Climax. Springs, MO 65324 n you could call her too sometime she s disabled she d love to hear someone with quilting hobby like her.
May God Bless you this day and always,
General B.T. Hope n Ma(573)647-0599😇💜
Your quilts are beautiful. It’s the colours, the quantity and the size that’s so impressive. I just found your blog today and have been looking at the pictures. I’ve only made mini doll and cot quilts. It’s going to be years til I have time to attempt a big one like yours! I’ll keep looking. Thanks you!
I’ve just come across your blog – your photos are like chocolate for the eyes – a real feast and totally addictive. I could look at them all day. I’ve just made myself a couple of pseudo quilts, well they’re really just bed covers, I didn’t dare “quilt” – using an old (but in good condition) cross-stitch emroidered table cloth of my mum’s and another one with a selection of scarves I just never wore because too pretty to put around my neck!! But I’d love to try a real quilt. Yours are so beautiful, thank you for sharing.
My name is Katie Pedersen. I'm a quilting omnivore and instructor that teaches workshops in my Seattle Quilting Studio. I believe anyone who wants to quilt can, no matter your skill level. It all starts with sewing two pieces of fabric together.