In the spring of 2013, I bought a $65 Singer sewing machine at Wal-Mart and rekindled my love of crafting. A few weeks later, I decided to make a quilt — with no instruction, no pattern, and having read not a single book or tutorial. Within a month, I was hooked and I began making quilt after quilt after quilt, most of them gifts given as surprises to friends and family.
I dubbed myself the “Unaquilter” (because my obsessive plotting and brown-paper packages were reminiscent of Ted Kaczynski, in a good way of course) and I branded my cottage industry Magpie Quilts (after my former blogging pseudonym). This page provides a convenient index for all of my Unaquilter creations and stories.