Finished Projects

Passing Notes In Class

Lost Feathers of an Angel

Snatch My Weave


Mood Ring Meltdown

Mood Ring


Indian Summer Cushion

The Fully Sick Quilt

House of Versace Cushion

No Value Does Not Equal Free

Realists & Dreamers Cushions


Union Jack Surprise


Kimonos Ablaze

Bohemian Radiance


Quick & Easy Summer

How Low Can You Go


Sparkleworks - Back

Sparkleworks - Front

A Lot of Look

Road to Cronulla

Bartering for Flowers

Rainbow Broken Herringbone 02

Rainbow Broken Herringbone 01

Tender Heart

Collecting Memories

Rainbow Baby

Um, Okay

Walking on Sunshine


  1. I would love to see more pics of your quilts if possible. Walking on Sunsine looks especially intriging. See ya!

    1. Hey Dawn! Click on the picture and it will take you to the published post with all the photos. Thanks for stopping by!

  2. Awesome! Are you a quilt artist or a fabric artist?

  3. Love the modern twist you put into your designs. Great job on the details! I'm looking forward to following your blog from wintery Canada!

  4. I can't believe you've only been quilting for a year & a half! I've seen your work before but only came for a proper long-through after your post on Sew Mama Sew. Totally ashamed of myself for assuming you were a female Molli - funny how we assume quilters/sewists are women, I suppose it's a bit like we once automatically thought doctors/builders/etc were men. And with that, I'm off to have a look around your blog and see what I can learn! xx

    1. Love this blog, following from Florida, but am Canadian so does that mean that as Canuck to Aussie we're almost cousins?
      For only being at the quilting gig for less than 2 years I'd say you've got a ton of talent and imagination. Looking at your output got a production line running down under? I'm lucky to complete one quilt a year ......but I can say I'm working on my PHD (projects half done.)
      Good job, carry on....

  5. Beautiful quilting. Your quilts are the creations of a true artist. You must get a lot of joy from your creations. Blessings and peace from Oklahoma!

    1. Becky - you're a no-reply blogger, so I couldn't email you, but I wanted to send your Oklahoma soul some lovin'! Thanks for the kind words!

  6. OK Mollie, I'll woman and tell you that I automatically thought you were a female, before really looking around your blog, but honey, let me tell you that you are one hell of an artist, with a great eye for color. I love, love, love color and your quilts are very beautiful, especially the Collecting Memories and #MSBHQAL! Would love to know what those letter stand for. I'm going to take a much closer look around your blog so I can take it all in. Good luck in July with the show...I know you will be a hugs success and knock everyone's socks off with your personality, talent, fairy dust, colors and anything else you can think of.
    Congratulations from a 78 year old great gramma who wishes she had your artistic eye.

    1. Sylvia, you're a no-reply bloggers, so I couldn't email you back. Your words are so nice and encouraging, and I thank you very much for them! #MSBHQAL stands for the Molli Sparkles Broken Herringbone Quilt Along, you can find a page for it at the top of my blog page. Thanks for looking around and your amazing support!

  7. Hi Molli! Just found your blog and I love it! I love your sense of color, your sparkle, your humor!

  8. Love your creative quilting and you definitely have an eye for fabric selecting for each peace! ��