Stitchery Dickory Dock
Cuckoo for Quilting
“Granny Squares” – The pattern for this quilt is available in my new Craftsy class- Twisted Irish Chain
“My Favorite Things”- the pattern for this quilt is available in my new Craftsy class- Twisted Irish Chain
“Cross My Heart” – The pattern for this quilt is available in my new Craftsy class- Twisted Irish Chain
My Parisian-inspired Tuileries quilt- Blogged HERE, Pattern available HERE
Triangle Table Runner Holiday Swap Gift: Blogged HERE
Sugar Block Club Sampler 2013: I’m still working on assembling and quilting these! Block Patterns & Details Available HERE
Secret Garden: Blogged HERE, Pattern available HERE
Charmed: Blogged HERE, pattern available HERE
Reversible Jelly Bean Skirt: Blogged HERE, pattern available HERE
My Shellburne Falls Quilt, Blogged HERE
Retro Dress: Blogged HERE and HERE
Hanky Quilt for Denver Art Museum…full pic coming someday…blogged HERE
Tilt-A-Whirl: Blogged HERE and HERE, pattern available HERE
2012 Craftsy BOM Sampler: Details HERE, Free class HERE
Rainbow Ticker Tape Mini for Denver Art Museum Community Quilt: Blogged HERE
Bird’s Eye View for Windham Fabrics, pattern available Spring 2014
Snowball Fight Pillow: Tutorial blogged HERE
Frolic Block for Fat Quarterly Designers Challenge, Issue 9: Blogged HERE
Flying Geese Pillow for Class at Fancy Tiger Crafts: Blogged HERE
Patchwork Napkins for Class at Fancy Tiger Crafts: Blogged HERE
My Modern Mini for the Modern Mini Challenge: Blogged HERE
Perfect Prism Quilt: Blogged HERE, Pattern available HERE
Disappearing 9-Patch: Tutorial blogged HERE
Cathedral Windows Baby Playmat: Moda Bakeshop Tutorial HERE
Happy Little Log Cabin: Blogged HERE
Twinkle Twinkle Quilt: Pattern available HERE
Across The Sea Quilt Along Greek Cross Quilt: Blogged HERE
Little Man pattern by Camille Roskelley in her book “Simplify”: Blogged HERE
Fruit By The Foot: Pattern available HERE
Fruit By The Foot in Twin Size: Blogged HERE
An Improv Mini: Blogged HERE
A Little Zippie Pouch: Blogged HERE, paper piecing star pattern by Jennifer Mathis of Ellison Lane Quilts
Filmstrip Quilt: Blogged HERE
Dollie Quilt: Blogged HERE
Dresden Pillow: Blogged HERE, Tutorial HERE
Wonky Log Cabin Pillow: Blogged HERE
Sweet Pea pattern by Camille Roskelley in her book, Simplify (and goodness this photo is horrible! I wish I still had this quilt so that I could re-take it!).
Upcycled Applique Tree Quilt
A Fence Rail Quilt
A Dresden Table Runner: Tutorial HERE
Window Panes On Point: Blogged HERE
Dresden Tree Skirt: Oh how I wish I’d written the pattern when I made this! Perhaps a future tutorial. :)
I like your work very much.You are very good teacher and It is a wonderfull
Sorry for my poor English.In the course i understand you perfectly.
Have a good day.
Liora from Israel
I am so glad to be a member of the sugar club….I took your BOM at Craftsy. It was such a fun time and the block are wonderful. I had so much fun,, and can’t wait until this class begins….
I took your BOM class and have only completed your January blocks, but I have great aspirations of finishing all the blocks this coming year. I love your techniques. I plan on joining the next class, but want to know how and what we are to do. Are all of the block patterns e-mailed to us individually and when do we know what fabrics to order. I loved the fabrics for your BOM this year and would like to see the fabrics you plan on using for this next year. Congratulations on your twins and Merry Christmas to you and your family. Piece and blessings, Vicki aka JimsQueenie
I loved (3x :-) your Craftsy Block of the month! You are so relaxed and clear with your instructions. I had so much fun sewing the foundation pieced strips I made a sweet puppy nap quilt for my little buddy Bailey in just a few hours.
Wow what a contrast to a quilting class I took and everyone sewed at top speed. The machines were
buzzing and the instructor was walking around checking to see if your seams were exact. I’ve never finished
that quilt :-). I have learned more from you than I ever did in those classes Thank You and God Bless you
and your sweet family.looking forward to the Sugar Block Club
Hi Amy, I followed from Craftsy BOM…. So enjoyed your class. Nice family, cute twins. Thank you Patty
Amy, I loved your Craftsy BOM, so glad your teaching another class! Where do we get some of the older patterns listed above?
I looked at your 2012 BOM in Jan and Feb this year.at first I didn’t like some of the blocks but I thought that I would learn a lot from it anyway. So I’ve looked at each lesson and downloaded the class materials lists and instructions.
Now that I’ve seen the whole quilt it looks wonderful, and can’t wait to do it, but I have to finish another project first cause I don’t like to have too many UFO’s.
Thanks for sharing so much of yourself.
What a delightful family. I don’t know how you have time to quilt as well.
Did you do a 2013 BOM, and how can I get it ?
All the best to you and your family
Amy all I can say is wow….these are all truly stunning and so inspiring. I don’t know where you find the time to create so many beautiful things, your machine must smoke…..
Love them all
Hi Amy I enjoyed your free BOM and just signed up for the sugar block. Can’t wait for more fun this year. I really enjoy all your ideas and also sharing your family stories. Thanks and best wishes.
will your tilt a whirl quilt be a pattern for sale soon?? LOVE IT!!!!
I wanted to learn to machine quilt and I enrolled in Leah Days Free Motion Filler class to discover that she is using your Block of the Month 2012. I enrolled in your class too! So now I am learning fun new things with you and learning machine quilting techniques on the blocks I made in your class. Thanks for making the class so much fun.
Hey Lyn Crain, All of Leah Days video’s are great so are the ones at Crafty Gemini but my favorite place is Missouri Star Quilt Co. I have learned so much from them. I took Home Eco. in Jr. High & we only made one thing. My teacher helped me with my skirt that I made but I only knew the basics of sewing which my mom taught me. Such as hemming a pair of pant’s, sewing a button on, sewing a straight stitch by hand & on the sewing machine. The rest I’ve learned from video’s & just practicing. I have made 3 quilts, 2 aprons & just a few other things but I love sewing!!! Have fun & enjoy sewing!!!
Happy New Year! I just finished my last block of the SBC BOM 2013. I am rather curious as to how you finished yours. Did you do an all over stipple on individual block quilting. I’m not sure exactly how I am going to finish this quilt. Any suggestions would be appreciated. :-) Thanks, Tess
Hi Amy, you made the cutest baby shower gift set out of washcloths and cloth diapers. i cant seem to find it anyplace. If you remember can you give me a shove in the right direction. thanks Renee P.S. Love the kitchen!!!
Hi Renee! I know just the one- it’s this post: http://www.stitcherydickorydock.com/baby-love/
happy gifting! :)
Your quilts are so wonderful! They look so neat and tidy–maybe it’s the way the colors coordinate, or the symmetry of some of the patterns. Inspiring!
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