Quilty Name Tag + Lanyard


Today I have a super cute and simple quilted name badge and lanyard to show you! These are perfect for guild meetings, quilting conventions, craft shows, and more!

I need a name badge for the upcoming meeting at Perry Co. Sewcial Club, but I wanted it to include some sort of quilt block.... problem is they're all too big! Then, I found this adorable little 3-inch strawberry foundation paper piecing pattern from QuiltyPie on Etsy and I knew I had to make it with the new Strawberry Jam fabrics by Corey Yoder!

3" Strawberry FPP pattern from QuiltyPie
I used 2 ½" mini charm squares from the Strawberry Jam line plus a low volume background to create the strawberry block, then I embroidered my name onto a piece of white fabric and added a touch of hand stitching. 

I bound the tiny little mini quilt / name badge in another print from the Strawberry Jam line and also used the same print for my lanyard. You can see below how I added a strip of the strawberries from the selvage to my lanyard to make it even cuter! 

A little repurposing of the strawberries on the fabric selvage!
I sometimes struggle with making really small pieced / quilted items. I think they're so finicky and hard to deal with... I love big blocks and projects! But this one was still very fun and turned out really adorable.

Have you ever made a fabric name badge before?? What did you make?

Sewcial Sisters Quilt Pattern


I hope you're all having a wonderful March so far! Today I want to share with you a brand new quilt pattern release called Sewcial Sisters!

Sewcial Sisters was designed by me specifically for the Perry County Sewcial Club in Southeastern Ohio. It is a beginner friendly Charm Pack / Layer Cake quilt pattern in two sizes. It comes together quickly and uses minimal fabric with big results!


You can purchase the pattern here!


I am personally donating 50% of the profits from this PDF quilt pattern directly to the Perry Co. Sewcial Club, a place for modern quilters in the Southeastern Ohio region. This is the first modern quilting group of its kind in our area of Ohio. Money will be used for hosting Club challenges, raffles, door prizes, and more! Read about us at www.pcsewcialclub.com

Blank coloring sheets included!


Beginner Level Pattern: Uses squares and half-square triangles.

Fabric Requirements: (two sizes, see below)

Crib: 40” x 40”
• Two Charm Packs (or 84 - 5” squares)
• 3⁄4 yard solid background
• 2 1⁄2 yards for backing
• 4 1⁄2 yards double fold binding

Large Throw: 80” x 80”
• Two Layer Cakes (or 84 - 10” squares)
• 2 1⁄4 yards solid background
• 5 1⁄2 yards for backing
• 9 yards double fold binding

*Instructions included for adding optional border from leftover charm pack or layer cake pieces as well!

If you would like tp purchase this pattern, please click here


If you make the Sewcial Sisters quilt we would LOVE to see it! Please use #sewcialsisters on social media when sharing your creation! <3 p="">