Chain Piecing really speeds up your quilting! My tips for keeping organized!
I have to tell you, I have always struggled with assembling my quilt sandwiches. I used to lay all my layers out on the floor. First of all, this would kill my knees. But also, I could get my backing fabric laid out nice, then as soon as I added the batting to the mix... Continue Reading →
Check out my quick patriotic quilt top! This fun pattern uses jelly roll fabric that is turned into squares to create half square triangles! And, everyone knows how fun and versatile half square triangles are!
This Saturday block is going to depend a lot on paying close attention to layout. Because of this, I made a pdf file for you to download so you can print it if needed and keep it close by. The downloadable file will be linked at the bottom of this post. So, let's get started.... Continue Reading →
I can't believe it is already Friday! I hope you all had a wonderful week so far. This has been so much fun, and I am already thinking about more blocks I could create tutorials for! Before we get started, I want to let you know that I did design some of the squares to... Continue Reading →
I hope this post finds you all well. I am personally trying to find a shift in the way I feel right now. It is so easy to look at the news, social media, or even talk on the phone with someone and find yourself fall into a funk. There is so much negativity going... Continue Reading →
So, I am going to tell this to you right up front since I don't want to lose your trust. To make this block, you will actually need to make two blocks. It is fun though! And it comes together quickly.Like Tuesdays block, you have a few options on how you put this block together.... Continue Reading →
I hope you had fun making your Monday block! I absolutely love Buffalo Plaid.So, let's get into Tuesday's Block.I love making this block because it comes together so quickly. Use a jellyroll to make it come together even faster. You can also add interest by arranging alternating rows in different ways. You have so many... Continue Reading →
I really love working on any quilt project. I love creating large intricate quilts. I love creating large simple patchwork quilts... and I love everything in between. I love them all. There is something really magical about quick day projects though. There is so much satisfaction that comes from starting and completing a project in... Continue Reading →
I have been working away on this budget quilt using repurposed fabric from dress shirts! I am still questioning the orange and green blocks, but I am going to keep moving forward with it and decide when I finally finish sewing all of the blocks if I need to change the layout. Right now I... Continue Reading →