Indian Puzzle Mini Quilt

05 February
Indian Puzzle Mini Quilt

I recently participated in round 3 of the Schnitzel & Boo Mini Quilt Swap, an online swap exchange of handmade mini quilts organized by Kristi McDonough.  I was to make one mini quilt measuring no larger than 24 inches square, based on my secret partner’s preferences.  This is what I made for my partner Angela, who likes […]

Gifts for Baby at Sew Mama Sew

25 January
Sew Mama Sew Handmade Holidays 2014

This is my stop on the Handmade Holidays 2014 series! A group of sewing bloggers share their favorite themed tutorials at the ever-popular Sew Mama Sew. Last year my theme was Gifts for Geeks.  But this year, my theme is Gifts for Baby. Really, is there anything better than sewing for baby? Go read my […]

Belle and Buzz Mini Quilt

23 January
Belle and Buzz Mini Quilt

I recently participated in the Disney Quilt Swap 2015, an online swap exchange of handmade mini quilts organized on Instagram by Kaitie Logsdon.  I was to make one mini quilt measuring no larger than 24 inches square, based on my secret partner’s preferences.  This is what I made for my partner, Nancy, whose favorite Disney […]

D&B Supply Quilt

01 December

I just completed my first commissioned quilt.  It’s the D&B Supply quilt, made entirely from rodeo shirts. Here’s the front: and here’s the back: It all started with a shirt order gone awry.  The folks at D&B Supply know that I love sewing, so they asked if I could help make some lemonade out of […]

A New Venture – Angela Bowman Design LLC

30 October
I’m Busy Creating Awesome Sewing Patterns!

I am so excited about starting my new venture: Angela Bowman Design LLC!  If you read this blog, you undoubtedly know that I’m a fan of sewing.  I just love how it makes my life better.  And I want to share the love!  I’ll be designing sewing-related products that I want to use, and that […]

Feathers Quilt

08 September
Feathers Quilt

Remember the Feathers Quilt Top I made?  Well I finally quilted it! I had a hard time deciding how to quilt this thing, and I really didn’t want to rush it.  So I stared at this thing for six months, pondering and pondering. Time to give it a good press. Hey! A quilt-top ironing-board tent! […]