Quilter’s Planner


Have you heard of the Quilter’s Planner?  It’s an organizational tool for busy quilters developed by Stephanie Palmer.  It’s got pages for your calendar, WIPs, project planning, etc.


It’s really quite extensive and well thought out.  Stephanie listened to feedback from her customers and added a list of new features this year, as well.  The planner includes 14 patterns from a number of great designers all listed below:

Amy Sinibaldi of Nana and Co.

Amy Smart of Diary of a Quilter

AnneMarie Chany of GenXQuilters

Cheryl Brickey of Meadowmist Designs

Christa Watson of Christa Quilts

Karen Lewis of Karen Lewis Textiles

Kari Vojtechovsky of Craft-Happy

Katie Clark Blakesley of Swim Bike Quilt

Lee Monroe of May Chappell

Lindsey Rhodes of LR Stitched

Rita Hodge of Red Pepper Quilts

Stephanie Palmer of Late Night Quilter

Yvonne Fuchs of Quilting Jetgirl

Indie Vibrations by Amy Friend

Photo by Kitty Wilkin @Night Quilter, taken for the Quilter’s Planner 2017

My contribution to the calendar is my Indie Vibrations pattern made in Pat Bravo’s Artisan Collection with a smattering of prints from some of her other collections and AGF denims.

Indie Vibrations by Amy Friend

Photo by Kitty Wilkin @Night Quilter, taken for the Quilter’s Planner 2017

My quilt was quilted by Stephanie herself in an all over design of clamshells, very fitting for these coastal photographs that fill the planner taken by Kitty Wilkin.

I encourage you to pre-order your planner before they are sold out.  You can place your order here.

Should you be interested in the single pattern, you can purchase it in any of my pattern stores (links in sidebar).

Search the hashtag #quiltersplanner2017 to be tempted by all the beautiful quilt patterns that will be included in this year’s calendar.  They are stunning!




Trending Chevron Lap Quilt Tutorial

I have to admit that I am pretty much smitten with this quilt I made using one of the many newly introduced Sizzix quilting dies.  This quilt features the 7″ x 3 1/2″ Chevron die.
To learn why I named it Trending and how I made it, you will have to read my post on the Sizzix blog today.

Now for some gratuitous quilt pics.

Just two more…

I hope you have lots of fun with this new die. I know I did!