The Churn Dash Block Is A Great Looking Pattern

  With only a few elements – triangles, rectangles, and squares – the churn dash block is a great quilt block for beginners. The exceedingly simple combination of triangles ... Continue Reading →

Create An Unique Baby Quilt Using Our Scraps

  Looking for something fabulous to make with all of our left over scraps of fabric? They could be used to make a baby quilt which is a great gift for a baby shower or how about ... Continue Reading →

Check Out These Cool Double Sided Quilted Cottons

  One thing we love is saving time so we’re always on the lookout for fun quilting projects that do just that for us! In this video tutorial by Riley Blake Designs, Bonnie ... Continue Reading →

How To Use Crayons With Quilting

  Did you know we can us crayons on quilts? Do you save the drawings that your kids created when they were young? You could make a quilt using a drawing from kids too. This would ... Continue Reading →

Tiny Stars Can Add A Special Touch

  This makes a quilt which relates to a clear night sky background with field of tiny stars. The stars appear to be applied on to a background of our favorite colored background. It ... Continue Reading →

Need Ideas For Finishing Those Raw Edges?

  It’s very common in quilting to want nice edges and a clean finish when adding applique to a quilt project. Often, raw edges get overlooked so we wanted to some fun, creative ... Continue Reading →

Creating Our Own Fabric Boxes

  Quilting fabric boxes is a great way to stay organized. This tutorial with Sew Very Easy will show us just how easy it is to make our own fabric box. The fabric box can be made ... Continue Reading →

Creating A Scrap Patchwork Quilt

  This may take some work to not match our blocks or we might have enough scraps to make two of them! The patchwork quilt is a great one to try out. If we don’t have a large ... Continue Reading →

Free Motion Quilting For Straight Lines And Echoes

  Looking to brush up or build our free motion sewing skills? One of the scariest parts about free motion quilting is the fear of messing up. The only way to overcome that fear ... Continue Reading →