National Quilt Month is almost over but, there is still time to celebrate your passion with a HUGE sale and coupon! All patterns have been reduced to $8.95 each, and, on TOP of that, the coupon code “grandma” is still good for 10% off of your entire purchase! Shop now and save BIG! https://lookoutmountainquilter.com/shop/ Today Read More
Month: March 2019
Tips And Tools Tuesday – Quilts For Kids
As quilters, we make quilts for a variety of reasons. Perhaps a friend or relative is awaiting the arrival of a new baby. A couple you know is getting married. A friend or relative is ill or infirmed and a quilt would bring them comfort. A quilt is going to be raffled to raise money Read More
Mother’s Day – Get a Jumpstart on Making Something Special For the “Mom” in Your Life!
January 1st seems like it was yesterday. The year, 2019 is flying by, and Mother’s Day will be here before we know it! Here are a couple of projects you can make for that special woman in your life whom you call “Mom”. Now through March 31st, get 10% off your purchase! Just use the Read More
Not Your Grandma’s EPP – Grandmother’s Flower Garden Fowers Made Easy
Have you wanted to try making Grandmother’s Flower Garden flowers, but were intimidated by the thought of cutting out all of those paper pattern pieces? I was. But then I discovered plastic hexagons. In a previous post, “Paper or Plastic? Quilting? What? “I touched on the idea of using plastic hexagons as opposed to paper Read More
New PDF Patterns Released! 10% Off Until March 31, 2019
Hello Friends! I am so excited to share with you my two newest PDF patterns! The first one is titled, “In The Garden”. This queen-size quilt pattern was inspired by my husbands grandmother, Grandma Meyer. She was a precious lady who made dozens and dozens of beautiful quilts. Her favorite hymn was, “In The Garden”. Read More
Tips And Tools Tuesday – A Coyote, An Opossum, and A Bat, Oh My!
My tip post today has absolutely nothing to do with quilting, but, I feel that it is important and perhaps there are some of you, your children, or grandchildren out there who might need to know this. Several years ago, one of our grown daughters and I went shopping at a mall. We had just Read More