Scrappy Pink Baby Girl Quilt

Scrappy Pink Baby Girl Quilt

Ombre has become a popular design trend that has infiltrated fashion, home decor, hairstyles, cooking, textile design, and the quilting sphere as well.   Ombre is a French word that is defined by shaded or gradated in tone.  You too can make an ombre quilt with all of those lovely scraps you've been waiting to use [...]

Summer HI Quilt

Summer HI Quilt

        HI Harvey Milk! Murals have been created as a representation of human society since our beginning, the word mural comes from the latin word "murus", meaning wall .  Murals have a long tradition of being tools for social activism, propaganda, and freedom of expression.  Mural art is also meant to be [...]

Ombre Triangle Jitters Quilt

Ombre Triangle Jitters Quilt

Simple, modern, fast, and fabulous pretty much sums up Suzy Quilts Triangle Jitters quilt pattern.  I've fallen deeper in love with this quilt pattern the second time around.  Triangle Jitters graphic nature, paired with the simplicity of construction makes for the perfect quilt project.  My first time making this quilt I used pattered fabric that [...]

Scrappy Blue Baby Boy Quilt

Scrappy Blue Baby Boy Quilt

With so many new and fabulous fabric collections flooding online retailers and local fabric shops.  Using up old scraps can sometimes be the farthest inkling from your mind.  Yet, there is something thoughtful that comes from using those little bits and pieces of fabric that were once loved for other projects. A box of Blue fabric [...]

Banana Cream Pie

Banana Cream Pie

With summer officially upon us, I have been scouring my cookbooks for dessert recipes that have a sense of summer something fruity, light, and creamy.  Recently I have been making a blueberry cream cheese tart that my family loves.  Yet, I wanted a second option that I could put together for summer picnic's, or canyon [...]

Homemade Chicken Noodle Soup with a Soda on the side

Homemade Chicken Noodle Soup with a Soda on the side

Soups and stews have long been favorites during wintry months, and for good reason. They keep us warm, smell delicious, and with so many varieties there is one bound to please even the pickiest of eaters.  Chicken noodle soup is a classic, and has recently become one of our families favorite recipes.  Something that is [...]

Celebrating the Irish with Corned Beef and Cabbage, and for Dessert A Black and Tan Guinness Cake!

Celebrating the Irish with Corned Beef and Cabbage, and for Dessert A Black and Tan Guinness Cake!

  How did you Celebrate St. Patrick's Day?  We started the day by putting our corned beef in the crock pot, in my opinion this is a full proof way to make a moist, tender and ow so delicious corned beef and cabbage meal.  Since this recipe called for the meat to be cooked low [...]