Trunk Show

For those of you that weren't able to attend our trunk show today I'll share with you online! :)
Starting from the beginnig! I'll answer all of your questions.
How long have you been sewing? About 15 years.
How long have you been machine quilting? Just over two years.
This is the first quilt that I ever made. I am aware that nothing lines up, nothing matches and there are holes in it! But I'm pretty sure I was proud of this quilt.

This is a table runner made from one charm pack The pattern is called Games People Play by Pieces From my Heart. The fabric is Shangri La Woven.

This is Fresh Squeezed Table Runner. This runner was made using one Fresh Squeezed charm pack on point.

This is called May Flower. Made using white & marble jelly roll strips.

Checkerboard Table runner using jelly roll  strips. We made 5 different runners from one jelly roll.

Summertime, designed by Natalia Bonner. I used 1/3 of a jelly roll to make the outer border.

Valentines quilt made from one jelly roll. Love that this quilt shows such a variety in the jelly roll.

Zippity Doo Dah. This quilt is made from one jelly roll. Fabric is from the collection Zippity Doo Dah.

Desired Quilt. Designed by Natalia Bonner. Used one Objects of Desire jelly roll. Tutorial available here.

Merry Go Round. Pattern by Sandy Klop. Material is Mary Engelbreit's Recipe for Friendship. Used three jelly rolls. This quilt is queen sized.

Genny's quilt. I have no idea what the name of this pattern is, my friend Genny made this and I love how traditional it is but it's from a jelly roll.

Gobble Chain designed by Kathleen Whiting, Natalia Bonner & Whitnee North. King size. This quilt was made using two jelly rolls plus a little bit of yardage. Tutorial will be available soon here @ Piece N Quilt!

Figgy Christmas was designed by Natalia Bonner, Kathleen Whiting & Whitnee North. This quilt is king size. Tutorial will be available here @ Piece N Quilt soon! This quilt was made from one white jelly roll and one layer cake.

We didn't get pictures of every quilt but most of them! Thank you to all that attended! Thank you to Seasons of Home for hosting a fun girls night out!
Also thank you to Whitnne North, Kathleen Whiting & Krachel Greenwood for all of your help!


  1. I LOVE the pictures. Wish I could have made the trek to Heber (I live in SLC). Hoping that you post some tutorials for those quilts. Great job!

  2. Natalia!!

    I love love love the new quilts I have not yet seen - the gobble one and the figgy christmas! you have such an amazing eye and are so creative! I love them. I also love the star one too.
    Anyway, thanks for sharing online so those of us that were stuck or too lazy to come see you could catch a little of the trunk show!


  3. The trunk show was a lot of fun, I never realized how many quilts you had from precuts, and all the variety in the quilts!

  4. Great show! Thanks so much for sharing pictures with us of all the beautiful guilts! I'll be looking forward to the tutorials.

  5. I learned a lot. Thanks for inviting me!

  6. your quilts are gorgeous!! how fun to have a show. i really love the hexagon quilt....it looks amazing

  7. beautiful quilts! love them all... You have some serious talent. I cant believe you used 3 jellyrolls for the hexagon quilt. 2 was plety for me!

  8. Thank you for sharing the trunk show. I love all the wonderful quilts!

  9. I just found you blog and am in LOVE! I am down in Utah County and should have made the trek to Heber for this show! I love the Figgy tree quilt. Would it be easy to retro-fit it to a throw size? I need that one hanging over my couch at Christmas this year!

  10. What great quilts! And terrific ideas! I'm new to your blog but will definitely be back!

  11. The quilts are great! thanks for sharing!

  12. Hi! I followed the link to you from Amy (ParkCityGirl) and am so glad I did! What a brilliant blog and I wish I lived closer! Love the idea of a quiltie show-and-tell.

  13. love.. love the figgy pudding one!! i can't wait for that pattern... let me know when you have it ready!


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