Your craft room, normally one of your favorite places to spend time and relax, has become unruly. Shelves are packed to the brim, drawers are stuffed so tightly that you can barely pull out a fat …Read more »
NOTE: these blog posts for the Amherst quilt top are part of a limited series for our Block of the Month subscription program. Sign-ups for the Amherst BOM are no longer available. You can learn more about our upcoming Block of the Month subscriptions here.
Welcome back! Can you all believe …Read more »
NOTE: these blog posts for the Aurora quilt top are part of a limited series for our Block of the Month subscription program. Sign-ups for the Aurora BOM are no longer available. You can learn more about our upcoming Block of the Month subscriptions here.
Things are winding down, …Read more »
Connecting Threads is thrilled to announce a brand new Sew-A-Long with one of partners, C&T Publishing! Kathy Seaman Shaw, the author of Crazy Quilting Dazzling Diamonds, will be running a Sew-A-Long on the C&T blog. Featuring some of our favorite Connecting Threads’ fabrics, Shaw has an exciting few weeks planned for you …Read more »
Fall is here, temperatures are dropping and fireplaces are finally being lit after a long summer. One of our favorite fall activities is to cozy up and enjoy the season of Embroidery!
To help you get started with embroidery – whether you’re new to the craft or a …Read more »
Swatch This by Haruyoshi Nagumo is one of the most coveted books by the Connecting Threads staff; it’s colorful, beautiful, bright and full of possibility. However, you might be looking at it and wondering, “How do I actually use this book?”
Color can be intimidating, I get it! Faced with …Read more »
Folded fabric stars are a Scandinavian holiday delight made from just 4 pieces of scrap fabric. They’re incredibly easy to weave together and require no sewing, making them the perfect weekend project! Here’s how to make these marvelous folded stars:
4 pieces of fabric measuring 4″ x 16″