For Day 3 of our 7 Types of Quilters Gift Guide, the Art Quilter is being celebrated! If someone in your life loves reading Quilting Arts or Fiber Art Now, loves following artists like Bisa Butler or Timna Tarr, or loves playing with fabric …Read more »
For Day 2 of our 7 Types of Quilters Gift Guide, I want to say hello to all the beginner quilters out there! So often, when I talk to people that don’t sew, they think quilting is extremely difficult. However, the truth is that learning to sew is easy, it just requires …Read more »
Hi friends! We are finally at the end of our Open Skies Block of the Month. Can you believe it?! Now that all our blocks and sashing our finished, it’s time to assemble and finish this quilt once and for all. I think some of you may have already started doing this last month, and I love it! You’ll just be one step ahead of the rest of us.
We’ll start by sewing the rows together first. There is a diagram …Read more »
I’ve enjoyed seeing everyone’s first blocks on the Facebook group. If you haven’t joined yet, it’s not too late!
This month we’ll be making just one block, five times over. We’ll begin by making a square in a square center for the block. These can sometimes be tricky, …Read more »
Hello friends, and welcome to my latest Block of the Month! I’m so happy to have you all join me over the next 9 months as we sew up this fun fall quilt. I’ll be writing these blog posts each month to offer you some extra tips and visuals to correspond with each installment.
Connecting Threads was kind enough to send me all the fabric ahead of time, so here’s a little photo of all the fabrics we will be using …Read more »
Well friends, we’ve almost made it to the finish line! This month we have our last two blocks and the remaining few sashing strips. Then next month we can sew everything together. I’m so excited!
Since we only have two blocks this month, it’s also the perfect …Read more »
This pup is very excited to tell you all about the easiest 20-minute tutorial ever!
Made from one piece of fabric and the shortest supply list you’ll ever see, creating a bandana for your dog is so simple that it’ll feel like magic. Seen here on scream queen Piper, a medium sized rescue with a penchant for swimming and soccer balls, these pup accessories make any moment festive and extra adorable. (Also, if …Read more »
Get into the spirit of spooky season with an easy weekend tutorial! Made with fat quarters (or scraps), stuffing and some strong thread, these fabric pumpkins take less than an hour to sew together and look adorable anywhere in your home. Let’s get started!
Supplies (all …