Learning new helpful methods is always a good thing. So, I found this video, by Jordan Fabrics, called drunken quilting. I was intrigued by this title and was thinking, “Oh ... Continue Reading →


  I do not do the longarm quilting process myself. I take it to a longarm quilter. But I know that some of us do our own longarm process, and I have even considered starting to ... Continue Reading →


    I think it is time to start getting festive! I love making holiday quilts because they really set an exciting mood for the times and they can be used for years! The Fourth ... Continue Reading →


    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. In fact, it is the work put ... 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 →

Making Our Own Dresden Sunburst Quilt

    The dresden sunburst plate block can really stand out and shine on any quilt! In this tutorial, Jenny adds a sunburst to the center of this dresden. Dresden template and ... Continue Reading →

Try Making Floor Pillows With The Nine Patch

  Personally, quilting can be such a great hobby because everyone can enjoy a nice quilt, they’re cozy and comforting. But, another reason quilting is great is because it can ... Continue Reading →

Adding Crochet To Our Quilts

  Bringing different techniques into one project can really make a fantastic result. What we mean by this is if we bring quilting and knitting, or crocheting, together it really ... Continue Reading →

Make A Big Bag Using Jelly Roll Strips

  Looking for your own big bag that can hold all of things we carry around? Well this is a great tutorial, close to 22 inches wide and 20 inches tall. With one jelly roll we can ... Continue Reading →