This is My Quilt with Special Guest Erika Mulvenna

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Erika Mulvenna shares her very first “modern” quilt and she and Mary geek out about vintage fabric. For a complete article and pictures of Erika’s quilt, check out the March/April issue of Quilty magazine. If you are looking for fantastic quilting tips and ideas pick up Quilty the magazine, visit or watch Quilty Season 1 on DVD!

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          Quilty March April 2013


  1. love your quilt Erika! The story about how you got the pretty vintage fabric is great. :) It is so nice to see someone so passionate about quilting, thanks for sharing your quilt for Kate.

    Emily Bruzzini, 2 years ago Reply

  2. Glad to hear you started quilting. I did the same. I am now crippled& can’t get up stairs to my quilting room. I am waiting to get stair chair lift for my stairs. I can’t wait.

    Patricia Hall, 2 years ago Reply

  3. there is a fabric shop southwest of Cleveland, Ohio that tears the fabric – they will NOT cut your yardage with a rotary cutting blade.

    Rosemarie Ringenbach, 2 years ago Reply

  4. Beautiful quilt!

    I too started quilting recently (October 2012) after resisting it for so many years! I would continually say that I don’t quilt, but now that I’ve started, I am totally hooked! I’ve just finished my 5th quilt and am now piecing the scraps from my 3rd quilt to make a totally different quilt. My next project will be a chevron quilt (picking up the fabric today).

    Carrie, 2 years ago Reply

  5. Great story and love the quilt. I have a bunch of my moms old fabric, must be really old as I am 69. need to make something, was thinking about a double wedding ring with them..

    Kaye Tufton, 2 years ago Reply

  6. Way to go Erikka! Great to see you and your daughters quilt is adorable. Keep on stitchin’ and I’ll keep watching.

    Nancy Bednar, 2 years ago Reply

  7. Tearing strips is how I made my first quilt…didn’t know you weren’t supposed to!

    Sharon Beall, 1 year ago Reply

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