Each year since 2015, Cheryl from Meadow Mist Designs has encouraged us to look back on our year and share some of our best posts. Her Best of 2022 link party is open, and there are no rules on how you define and share your best posts.
Favorite Tutorial – Quilt Basting Tips and Tricks
I shared a LOT of new tips and tutorials this year, and my post with my Quilt Basting Tips and Tricks seems to be the one with the most current views and visits. Other highlights (in order of most views) include:
- Two Quick Sewing Room Cleaning Tips
- Updated Four-at-a-Time Flying Geese Tutorial and Sizing Tables
- DIY Drop Sewing Table Tutorial
- Recolor App for Digital Quilt Mockups
- Make a Design Wall You Can Use Your Hera Marker Against
Favorite Pattern Release – Diatom
Diatom was my best pattern release for 2022, as evidenced by how many of you have purchased the Diatom quilt along and will be sewing along with me in 2023. Thank you and I cannot wait to see what you make!
Favorite Quilt Finish – Meringue
Meringue is one of those quilts that brought me joy at every step of the creative process. I was thrilled to work with the warm colors in the palette inspired by the baked points of a meringue pie, and the quilting brought the piece together in a way that still excites me!
Favorite Personal Project – Iggy Thread Painting
It’s really hard to pick a favorite finish from a year, so I’m sneaking in a second favorite finish under the category of favorite personal project. I made a thread painting of Iggy, the dominant male gold dust day gecko that lives on the front porch of our former cottage in Hawaii to remember him by, and I love getting to hang out with him in my studio every day.
Favorite New Gadget – The Quilt Keeper
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