All People Quilt Takeover Recap

Monday, February 28, 2022

Happy Monday! This past weekend I took over the All People Quilt instagram account @allpeoplequilt. So today I'm sharing the highlights in case you missed it! If you've landed here from the takeover, you'll find links to everything I mentioned over the weekend! :)

drawstring bag
I started off the weekend by introducing myself and sharing some of my favorite drawstring bag projects!
- Lined Drawstring Bag Tutorial
- Lined Drawstring Bag Video Tutorial
- Lined Drawstring Bag Pattern
- Lined Drawstring Bag Expansion Pattern
- Cotton Twill Tape
- Round Wooden Beads

vintage sheets
Next up, I chatted about my love of working with vintage sheets in my quilting!
- How to Identify, Shop for and Sew with Vintage Sheets
- Giant Vintage Star Quilt Tutorial
- Giant Vintage Star Quilt Pattern

sewing room
On Saturday I started by sharing a tour of my sewing room!
- Sewing Room Organization Series
- 2019 Sewing Room Tour

bear paw pillows
Next, I highlighted my Bear Paw Pillows Pattern!
- Bear Paw Pillows in Quilts & More Winter 2019
- Bear Paw Pillows Pattern

I shared some photos of Dusty! :)

plus quilt
On Sunday I chatted about one of my favorite designs, the plus quilt!
- Modern Plus Quilt Tutorial
- Arithmetic Quilt Pattern

Next, I had to share about my stash tracking. What can I say, I'm still really into it!
- How I Track My Fabric and Yarn Yardage
- Stash Management: What I've Learned Tracking My Fabric Yardage
- New and Improved Stash Tracking Worksheet (with Formulas!)

workshop tote
Finally, I signed off by highlighting my collection of Workshop Tote Bags!
- Workshop Tote Pattern
- Workshop Tote Sew Along

Back to regularly scheduled blog content on Wednesday. Thanks for following along!

Happy Sewing!


  1. Very interesting articles. I really am writing to ask about your jacket! Purchased or hand-made?
    I looks very comfortable and stylish.

    1. Thanks, it is handmade! I used Robert Kaufman Double Cloth and the Wiksten Unfolding Jacket Pattern.

  2. I finally made my first lined drawstring bag from the ugliest scraps you’ve ever seen. It is darling! I am so happy with it. I enlarged it to hold lap and twin sized quilts that I longarm quilt for a church ministry near me to cut down on plastic to honor my environmentally friendly daughter! Thank you for such a great pattern!!! I’ll be making lots more.


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