Vintage Modern Quilts is the personal blog of Lisa Calle. It is mostly about quilting, often about fabric, and sometimes about family, friendships, and a little boy named Ben.
I am proud to call myself a wife and a mother. I’m also a quilter, scrapper, photo-taker, voracious reader, cupcake eater, DIY-addict, off-key singer, Dallas MQG founder, and miniature pinscher lover. Follow me on Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest, and Flickr.
You can also find me blogging and behind the scenes at the Moda Bake Shop, and teaching classes at Urban Spools Sewing Lounge. I also contribute to Moda Fabrics blog, The Cutting Table. I have an Etsy shop where I occasionally sell my quilts and other finished goods.
Favorite Fabrics: Uptown by Erin Michael, Katie Jump Rope by Denyse Schmidt, non-pastel 1930s and 1940s repros, any and all American Jane, anything poison green, POLKA DOTS, Japanese tiny and texty prints, linen/cotton blends, and Red Letter Day by Lizzy House.
You can tour my studio space [here]. Email me at vintagemodernquilts[at]yahoo[dot]com.