Quilts from our fans

Thank you for all the images below. These are quilts from our fans on facebook. I had to share this to show everyone the great work. As everyone knows quilting is a lifestyle ... Continue Reading →

DIY Table Topper for Beginners

I know that it is only May, and if you are anything like me then you do not really bring out your table toppers until the holidays. I always start with Halloween. But I was thinking ... Continue Reading →

Adding a border to a quilt top

Let me tell you, quilting is not always the easiest or cleanest activity to take interest in. I have so many scraps and unfinished projects just laying around. Sometimes they are not ... Continue Reading →

[NEW] THE AMAZING NINE PATCH

SCROLL DOWN TO NEXT PAGE TO WATCH THE VIDEO. There are a lot of classic nine patch quilts that just bring warmth to the heart. Believe it or not, these quilts do not come very easily. ... Continue Reading →

THIS MAGIC TRIANGLE BLOCK IS A MUST TRY!

  I have just been in the mood for those blocks that are out of the ordinary and really add a cool effect on a quilt! Do not get me wrong, the classic blocks are great, hence them ... Continue Reading →

How To Make Perfect Blocks Everytime

    Perfect blocks and strips aren’t created by accident. It starts with attention to detail to form great skills. It takes precise actions to form great skills so be ... Continue Reading →

Create A Spring Quilt With Woodland Blooms Pattern

    Spring is in the air, flowers are starting to bloom, and we can almost smell their fragrance in the spring breeze. They all look so nice we thought that flowers in a quilt ... Continue Reading →

The Tumbling Block Quilt Gives A Cool 3D Illusion

    Tumbling block quilts with the 3-D illusion really catches our eye! What used to be a challenge with set in seams, is now easy with strips and a triangle ruler. The key ... Continue Reading →

Try Adding A LeMoyne Star To The Next Quilt

    Try learning how to quilt a lemoyne star without Y seams. The focus is on making the first cut at a 45 degree angle. Some of this is counter intuitive, but it really ... Continue Reading →