Houston Quilt Market 2023 – Part 2

Aunties Two Booth with sample bags for sale Aunties Two – New patterns for 2024 Funky Friends Factory Stirrups & Stitches Jacqueline de Jonge, and her sister Bridget Snijder – de Jonge Bluebell by Jacqueline de Jonge – pattern now … Read More

Houston Quilt Market 2023 – Part 1

– Trip Report by Marcus for Creekside Quilts Quilt Market is an annual trade-show for the quilting industry held at the George R Brown Convention Center in Houston during the Fall one week before the open-to-the-public International Quilt Festival which … Read More

November Rain

The month of November begins our winter rainy season here at Creekside Quilts, but we are very blessed to be able to experience all four seasons here in this part of the country. Most of the leaves have fallen and … Read More

Oregon Wildfire Impact

The wildfires in Oregon have exploded this last week. Many are displaced from evacuations and some have even lost everything, including their lives. Our hearts and prayers go out to you. We also want to thank the firefighters all who … Read More

Updated Quilt Shop Photos 08/2020

With most of the construction completed, we were able to move fabrics back into the shop in August. We finally have a permanent cutting counter to prepare orders and the shelving looks great with room to grow. We also have … Read More

Quilt Shop Update Feb 15, 2020

The shelves are now installed in the quilt shop on one wall! The shelving was custom built to fit around each of the 5 windows on the long side of the shop. The rest of the shelving will be installed … Read More

Making Quilts for Diabetic Children

Make your own BG Test Supply Kit Click here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vWgF1RR8Mn8 Creekside Quilts is a proud supporter of Gales Creek Camp for children with type 1 diabetes. Since I have type 1 diabetes myself and attended Gales Creek Camp as a … Read More

Who Am I?

I find it difficult to write about myself because in doing so I am faced with looking into the mirror and seeing the good, the bad, and the ugly. Ugh. Have you ever felt this way? I’ll open at the … Read More