5 Quilting Lessons from Madre

Important things Mom’s taught me about quilting: Pick & quilt with the fabrics you absolutely love… You can always soften your busy fabrics with plain fabric. Let your heart be your guide! The… Continue reading

Pink Critters Crib Quilt

Pink critters abound for Baby Cece!  This summer, I made a pink & yellow (& grey & purple & hedgehog) quilt for my friend’s baby girl, Cecelia. Every time I see Cece, she… Continue reading

Owls, Squared

In 2007, I graduated from UNH with a BA in English, minor in Vocal Performance. Forgoing a Master’s degree in Shakespearean studies at UMASS-Amherst (*phew!*), I decided to move from New Hampshire to… Continue reading

Block Party

I finished another quilt! Will post pictures soon after I’ve gifted it. Until then, take a gander at these different blocks I was messing with last year:

Easy Baby Dress

I made two baby dresses for my friend’s three-month old, Cece. Each one only took me two hours to create! Baby Bunny: Gift Fox Woods:  

Generations of Quilters

My grandmother, Patricia Ellen Foley McGrath (“Grammy”) was incredible at all hand-crafts. She could knit, sew, quilt, crochet… you name it, she could do it. A great cook and baker, too. She grew… Continue reading

Quilted Duvet Cover

It all started with one star quilt block… And then it exploded into a queen-size, quilted duvet cover. Framed Gift Fox on my bedroom wall, courtesy of painter & artist extraordinaire: Erin Murray.… Continue reading

Quilt Party

Even quilts need some fun in the sun.

Horse. Whimsy. Quilt.

Tilly the “Willicus” is an integral part of Gift Fox quilting. Here she is expertly modelling a whimsical horse quilt I made for myself this January. I used a vintage sheet for the… Continue reading

Woodsy White Crib Quilt

I had such a great time pulling together this woodsy, white crib quilt for my friend, Marla’s boy, Bodhi. This was the first time that I attempted a log cabin-style quilt, and it… Continue reading