Binding a Quilt

I take the simple route when I bind my quilts. I like to sew my binding to the back of the quilt, then fold over to the front and machine sew in front. Some people like to stitch their binding on by hand. I am just not patient enough to do that. I also sew... Continue Reading →

Quilt – A – Long

Week Nine - Quilt Sandwich This week we are in the finishing stages of the entire quilt process. And, I am not going to lie... this step is probably my least favorite. It is tedious and time consuming. I usually get a few quilt tops finished and layer and baste a few all in the... Continue Reading →

Spinning Flower Bed – Week Eight

Completing the quilt-a-long quilt top We are at the home stretch! I am providing a diagram to show how I sewed my quilt top together, but you can, of course, sew yours together however you feel comfortable! Layout I sewed my quilt top together in rows, then I sewed all the rows together. I used... Continue Reading →

Quilt Box Reveal!

I am always so excited to get this box in the mail! As I open it I wonder what this box of goodies will have in it. This box wasn't as heart stopping as some of the others, at least that was my first reaction, but that also got me thinking... I wonder how stressful... Continue Reading →

Free iPhone Wristlet Tutorial

Okay... Does anyone else constantly mistreat their phones? It can't possibly just be me! I really love how big these new phones are because they are basically mini tablets. You can do everything on them. However, the downfall is that they are a pain to carry. If women's clothing came with proper pockets this wouldn't... Continue Reading →

Spinning Flower Bed – Block Seven

Here is the last block for the quilt-a-long! Next week we will piece the quilt together. Just like last week this weeks block is a very simple border piece! Materials Prep Layout Sew the border strips together and press your seams. Again, make sure you make four of these blocks! Gather all of your blocks... Continue Reading →

Two Layer Cake Quilt Ideas

I absolutely love using precut fabric. If you need to put a quilt together quickly then precuts are a great option because you will only have minimal measuring and cuts to make... if any at all! Another reason I love precuts... They are already coordinated. For these two projects I used fabric from my two... Continue Reading →

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