yours truly moda love

Sunday, July 15, 2018

This quilt is truly (no pun intended) one of my favorite quilts. I was massively pregnant when I pieced + quilted it, and decided at the last minute that it was going to be my hospital quilt. With all of my other quilts, I put a lot of thought into the best fabrics to fit a quilt top pattern, which quilting pattern will look best with both of those elements, and a backing + binding to pull it all together. This one was so different. It's just a bunch of favorites, regardless of how they were going to play together. 

rosalia's baby quilt

Monday, May 28, 2018

I wanted Rosalia's baby quilt to be big enough for me to cozy up in the rocker with her, to have a light + airy feel to it, and to be meaningful. I chose all tiny floral fabrics in pinks and greens, with almost all of them coming from fabric that Austen's great-aunt gave me a few years ago from her fabric stash. I love that the fabric is meaningful not just because of who it came from, but also because the tiny florals play with her name, Rose.

b&c log cabin swap

Saturday, May 19, 2018

I always love a good swap, and have participated in the B&C log cabin swap three times now. I love it each time because playing around with the layouts makes each quilt so unique from the next. Honestly, I think this was my last time participating because I'm running out of layouts that I like (the traditional one just isn't my style). 

texas tulips

Saturday, March 17, 2018

Before spring break ended for us, my mom, sister, Soph, and I went out to Texas-Tulips in Pilot Point. Tulips are my mom's favorite flower (we even had tulip wallpaper in our kitchen growing up!) and despite a really long wait to enter and exit, we had a sweet afternoon girls trip. There are so many varieties, and I'm hoping after we have the exterior of our house renovated this spring/summer that I'll be planting some tulips of our own come fall!

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