American seams, florals and creams {happy national quilting day!}

Floral & Cream Quilt - Gypsy Moon Quilt Co.

Today was a good day! I was finally able to unpack my quilts and sewing machine from storage + I managed to snap a few photos of my most recent quilt. And just in time too, because I hear it's Worldwide Quilting Day! 😁  This lovely little lady was the last of my quilts to … Continue reading American seams, florals and creams {happy national quilting day!}

Green queen: breathing new life into repurposed materials

Green Queen - Gypsy Moon Quilt Co.

I started hoarding collecting vintage linens a few years ago with the hopes of making something fabulous... I just never knew exactly what. As I mentioned in a previous post, I started out quilting by using leftover fabric remnants and repurposed materials (mostly in an effort to de-stash while also cutting down on the cost of materials). Little did I know, I was also on … Continue reading Green queen: breathing new life into repurposed materials

Quilt making: a beginner’s first quilt story

First Quilt Story - Gypsy Moon Quilt Co.

The first quilt I ever made was a Christmas gift for my daughter in 2013 - I made it solely from materials I'd been long-time-hoarding, mostly from project leftovers and fabric store remnant bins. The quilt back was from a queen size flat sheet we already had (whose fitted mate had met an untimely demise). I … Continue reading Quilt making: a beginner’s first quilt story

Have quilts » will travel

Change is not unfamiliar to our wandering foursome. Hailing from Jacksonville, Florida, my husband and I moved to Brooklyn, New York in 2003 where he was attending school. It was the first time I'd ever left my home town and while it was absolutely terrifying, it was also a totally magical and exciting (but short-lived) experience. We moved … Continue reading Have quilts » will travel