Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Stitching Corner in Orem

Stitching Corner is located in South Orem.  I hadn't been in this shop for quite some time.  When I moved away I no longer found time to run into this shop.
This is a great Christmas quilt.

This is one of my favorites in this shop.

This is in the class room.  I like it.

They have several of these 3D quilts that have the stuffed parts.

I love the astronaut quilt.  This is darling fabric.

The twister is a favorite of mine.  Easy to make and looks complicated.

I think they call this a water color quilt.

Can you see the log cabin block in the quilt.  It is nice.

I have seen these paper pieced but I don't know if this one is.  I have no desire to make it.  I think it looks complicated.

This is a beautiful quilt.  I would like to make this pattern.

I have made a kaleidoscope quilt before and I love it.  I would do it again.

Stitching Corner this time was very low on fabric.  I don't know why.  Maybe they are waiting for a new shipment or they are struggling.  I have gotten some very nice fabrics from this shop.  I also have gotten some pre-cut papers for English paper piecing.  They also have those pellon patterns with holes in it to tie quilts.  I really like those because you don't have to mark the quilt.  Check them out.  Maybe by the time you go they will have all sorts of new stuff or a great sale.

Friday, March 27, 2015


Lana is one of the fastest people I know when it comes to making quilt tops.  She had several come back from Debbie's and I thought I would show you.

This is a fun pattern.  I think she used quilt smart to make this.  I really like the blue and brown.

This is a baby quilt with all sorts of animals on it.

These were tiny squares.  I think they were 2 1/2" squares and then maybe 1" corner stones.

This one didn't get quilted yet but it is a work of art.

Here are some close ups of the baby quilt blocks.

Thursday, March 26, 2015


Lavee just got this back from the quilters and it turned out gorgeous.  This is the Jacob's Ladder, Jenny Doan's method.  Debbie Neilsen in Mapleton quilted this for her.  She said she liked making it so much that she may make another.

Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Fabric Mill In Orem, Utah

Fabric Mill is behind the Chuck-a-Rama in Orem.  They have some wonderful fabrics there.   This pattern is delightful.

They have a good selection of cuddle and minky.

I have some of that soft floral on the back of my daughter, Sophie's quilt.

This astronaut quilt is so fun.

I remember when these tricot quilts were really popular.  It is nice to know you can still get the tricot. I have seen cute tricot night gowns for girls that are darling.

They have 90" fabrics that look like all done quilt tops.  You don't even need to piece them your self.

They have some fun trims and patterns too.

There are many panels and juvenile prints there too.

University of Utah quilt.

Claudia is making this quilt for her grandson.  It is perfect for those getting their Eagle Scout Award.

The jelly roll race is an easy quilt to whip out fast.  We did this in our guild before.  It is amazing how different jelly rolls make such different quilts.

BYU quilt.

This is the way to give your heart away.

Here is some more "Loveliness"

This quilt had little lights that flash and blink.  It has a little battery.  

Fabric Mill has a nice selection of thick bats to make warm quilts.  I like how warm and fluffy the quilts are that I use these bats.  They also have them large enough to make king size quilts with out basting the bats together.