Lella Boutique


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It was inevitable that I should become a quilter. Addictions of this magnitude tend to be familial, and boy have I been predisposed. I’ve got my mother to blame–she shared her sewing and design knowledge with me since I was a little girl. Thanks to her, I became a full-blown quilt addict by the time I was sixteen years old. Of all my mother’s talents, however, I was most impressed by her ability to incorporate a sense of magic into all aspects of life.

Now that I am grown, I find myself revisiting my childhood quite often as a source of inspiration. Back in 2010, I quit my job to stay at home with a new baby. After a few months of adjusting to my new role as mother, I became reacquainted with my sewing machine and decided to start a blog and pattern company called Lella Boutique. When I tried to come up with a business name, I kept thinking about a sweet pink toddler dress that my mom made for me to twirl around in. I called it my “Lella” dress–“Lella” being my way of saying “Cinderella” at that age. I could think of no sweeter emblem than that beloved dress to remind me to incorporate all of those wonderful childhood elements into my creative process.

  • The Home Stretch
    Time to start stitching those blocks into a quilt-top for the #ButterflyPatchQAL. There's a beautiful, collective kaleioscope of butterflies coming together, have you taken a look under the hashtag? It's glorious. I hope you've had as much fun as I have. Before I left on vacation, I got my top back… Read more »
  • Butterfly Patch Quilt Along & Summer Vacay
    //embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.jsI'm headed out of town for a couple of weeks and just wanted to updated you a few housekeeping items.First off, all PDF patterns are 10% off (discount applied automatically at checkout). If you're in a hurry to get started on a project, this is the best method to access… Read more »
  • Harvest Road {Making All the Things}
    //embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.js//embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.jsWow. It's been an interesting month. International Quilt Market was held in Kansas City, MO a few weeks ago. I was all ready to go and show Harvest Road--and had to cancel last-minute due to a plague that showed up on my doorstep. Luckily, my mom took all my quilts… Read more »
  • Butterfly Patch Quilt Along (Cutting)
    Time for the second stage of the Butterfly Patch Quilt Along--Cutting. (If you're new to the #ButterflyPatchQAL, see my original post here for all the details.) For this stage, you have until May 31st to get your pieces cut out for the Butterfly Patch quilt. (Pattern found in my shop here--on sale… Read more »
  • Harvest Road
    My heart has always belonged to the mountains. There is serenity in a mountainside color palette: smoky shades of sage and sky mixed with the warmth of firewood. Even the flowers are restful--rustic, with a hint of sophistication. This collection is a memento of bygone bonfires, wooded hikes, and cozy… Read more »
  • Butterfly Patch Quilt Along
    Lollipop Garden fabric is finally in stores, so it's the perfect time for a little quilt along. Who's up for stitching this little darling?//embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.js//embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.jsThis is Butterfly Patch, and boy is she fun to make! I think you'll be pleasantly surprised with how quick and simply this one comes together. It… Read more »
  • Homestead
    Time to introduce the new $5 Pattern of the Month. It's an oldie-but-goodie called Homestead. Make it with 1 Layer Cake of your favorite collection--mine uses Olive's Flower Market for Moda Fabrics from a few years back.//embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.js I plan on making one this month as soon as I decide which fabrics… Read more »
  • Spring Cleaning
    //embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.jsGot a jump-start on my spring cleaning this year--I'm one of those weirdos who really loves cleaning haha! Anyway, I came upon a tester block from my Sugar Cookie quilt from a few years back. It's made with the pretty pinks and charcoals of Olive's Flower Market, BasicGrey's Vanilla Grunge, and… Read more »
  • Moda Blockheads: Round 2 {Block 44}
    We're in the last stretch of Moda Blockheads 2! Yay!Here's block no. 44 "Candy Striper." (Free PDF instructions available here.) Its construction is log cabin style, with a stripe-y twist. I made mine colorful and scrappy...  //embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.js...but had originally mocked it up with a simpler color scheme. Lots of fun… Read more »
  • Lollipop Garden {the coordinates]
    //embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.jsYou've been asking, so here they are--your Moda Bella solid coordinates to Lollipop Garden:9900 203 Orchid9900 89 Tea Rose9900 145 Sisters Pink9900 297 Peach Blossom9900 272 Canary9900 101 Grass9900 34 Aqua//embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.jsAlso-in January, you can snag my Open Heart pattern for only $5. It's available in PDF here or paper here.… Read more »

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