New quilts + mermaids (and mermen)
There are so many amazing fabric lines out right now, aren't there?! Oh my goodness!! Field Study, Indie, Out to Sea, Chicopee...and a bunch more! As soon as I got my bundle of Indie in the mail, I knew I...
Turning 2.5 Scraps into a Log Cabin Block
Ive had numerous requests to explain how I made the log cabin blocks in my http://www.quiltingboard.com/picture...y-t275731.html quilt. My version of
Getting the Perfect Corner on Your Binding | Quilt Tutorial | Rachel Rossi
You've got to get the binding on your quilt nice and straight to get the perfect look. Read this quilting tutorial to get perfectly straight corners on quilt binding.
Scrappy Quilted Patchwork Pillows
In my previous post, I outlined my "dive" into a huge and growing pile of fabric scraps. I wanted to post my first two finished projects f...
Celebration Candles Decorate Your Festive Table
Stitch Up And Quilt These Celebration Candles All At The Same Time. No celebration is complete without candles. It ofeten seems as though there's never enough time to make a few hand made gifts, or even to decorate your own table. These quilted candles are so quick, you'll never be short of celebra
Quilting for Beginners - 5 Part Series
Quilting for Beginners teaches newbies how to quilt from the basics, start to finish. This 5 part series walks you through each step of quilt making.
Sweet - Scrappy - Girly - Cottage - Farmhouse - Baby Girl or Toddler Quilt
This scrappy quilt was made using a variety of prints from Lecien's 2013 Flower Sugar collection, Moda, Japanese designer Atsuko Matsuyama, Yuwa and others. Prints include roses, text, polka dots, strawberries, bows, dragonflies, little chicks, cherries and more. The backing fabric is Circle Birds in Carnation from Aneela Hoey and the binding (dragonflies on pink) is from Deb Strain's Meadow Friends collection from a couple of years ago. My friend Shirley quilted this in an allover Daisy…
scrap happy pillow (with tutorial link) (crazy mom quilts)
My scrap happy pillow is a featured project over on the Olfa blog, complete with tutorial. There is a little interview, too, as a part of their designer spotlight program. This pillow cover is a great
How to quilt a king-size quilt on a standard domestic sewing machine
Until recently, the largest quilt I have quilted on my personal sewing machine was a queen-size. However, my brother-in-law is about to get married, and I really wanted to make them a quilt to use…