Get Creative With The Friendship Star Sashing Quilt

  The Missouri Star Quilt Company has brought something so fantastic and different to try on our quilts! Big thanks to them for this one. The friendship star sashing quilt is quite ... Continue Reading →

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 →

Get Creative With A Tulip Block Quilt

  This is a beautiful tulip block quilt turorial! This is great tutorial comes from Nancy Rathbun from Completely Quilted! This block can be used to make table a runner, lap quilt ... Continue Reading →

The X Block Quilt Is A Great Way To Get Creative

  Blocks that have simple, but attractive patterns always make up a great quilt. All the wonderful color and pattern options available, we can make that cute, but simple pattern ... Continue Reading →

Beginners Should Start With 4 Patch Quilt Blocks

  The 4 patch quilt blocks are likely one of the most used piecing blocks beginners start making when they’re new to quilting. This video is a method that uses either 2 or ... Continue Reading →

A Diamond Rail Fence Quilt Is Great For Beginners

  The diamond fence rail quilt block is made from strip sets and is considered a great quilt block for beginners to improve and learn the basic quilt piecing skills. Jenny Doan ... Continue Reading →

The Herringbone Quilt Is A Great Pattern

  This is a great video demostration of how to make a herringbone quilt from beginning to end. It starts with selecting and cutting our fabric to the shapes we need to make the ... Continue Reading →

Two By Two Block Pattern That’s Great For Beginners

  This is a layer cake 10″ square special and a great demostration of a two by two block for beginners. Each 10″ square is cut into 4 10″ by 2.5″ strips. The ... Continue Reading →
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Making A House Block With 5 Inch Squares

When we’re creating a unique and personalized quilt, why not try a house block? Using only 5 inch squares, we can create a unique and beautiful house block. This is from the ... Continue Reading →