Blooming in July

Even if you’re not a gardener, you can grow a beautiful garden and even WEAR it! I designed a really fun skirt that can be made to fit ANYBODY because it is turned sideways. Sideways? Yes, start with the length you need to get comfortably around your hips. The fold becomes the elastic casing or … Continue reading “Blooming in July”

“April showers bring…

May flowers”—-ooops! How did it get to be June so quickly? My bad. I’ve been ghosing my blog, but I have a great excuse. I just had a knee replacement, and though I’ve still been making face masks on request, I just haven’t been up to quilting too much. So instead, I bring you yoyos, … Continue reading ““April showers bring…”

Nascar is back!

I was glad to see that, and though I’m usually on the “Fast Track” myself, in this case I was the last to finish. My new quilt got done on Sunday, and today (Monday), I just finished up the pattern. I’ve been racing all weekend. This cute new twin-sized bed quilt is sure to please … Continue reading “Nascar is back!”

Even kids have treasures!

…and they need a special pint-sized tote to carry them around. Play BALL! While this little petite totebag was inspired by my recent “Bouncing Ball” pattern for a pre-school boy, in Alabama, a lot of girls play softball. So I made a slightly larger one for big sister. Clearly, the sizes and genders could be … Continue reading “Even kids have treasures!”

Your mother would love this!

It might be a bit late to start this for Mother’s Day, but there’s always a birthday. Besides, you may want this prize-winning spring jacket for yourself! The 3D gladiolus appliques are set into flower pot pockets. Lots of steps, but none are hard. I always provide lots of diagrams and instructions. Th secret to … Continue reading “Your mother would love this!”

Platter pads/Applique designs

Christensen Creations digital “Petites on Point” Platter Pad designs, usually appliqueed, are attractive enough to hang on the wall.

Art to Wear

Sweatshirt jackets, purses, and totes-easy sewing and quilting digital designs by Christensen Creations. (NOTE–Skirts and aprons coming soon!)