Here’s Block 5 of our Beginner’s Quilt-Along. This block is most commonly known as the Friendship Star. I’m also sharing several video lessons for beginners and product recommendations to prevent rulers from slipping.
Here’s Block 4 of our Beginner’s Quilt-Along. This block is most commonly known as the Churn Dash or the Double Monkey Wrench.
Here’s Block 3 of our Beginner’s Quilt-Along (QAL). This is our first block, of several, that contains half square triangles. I’ve included an easy method for making HSTs in today’s tutorial.
Here’s Block 2 of our Beginner’s Quilt-Along.
I’m so excited! It’s time for our Beginner’s Quilt-Along to begin. Here’s Block 1. I hope you’ll join in the FUN!
Our third guest this week is upstatelisa sharing some of the gorgeous ATCs that she’s created.
Kim of Kim’s Crafty Apple is showing us how she transforms orphan blocks into beautiful ATCs.
Our next swap will be ATCs – Artist Trading Cards. Follow along with Jill, as she creates her first Artist Trading Cards and shares ideas on how you might wish to make some of your own. Two more inspirational guests will be featured tomorrow.
In today’s Learning Center post, Pat Sloan explores the very base of our craft, the pieced block. Almost all quilters start to quilt by learning how to “Piece”. You know… cutting perfectly good fabric into small squares, rectangles and triangles. Then sewing those back together to make an awesome quilt block.
Anna Branch shares some great tips and practical advice on becoming a quilt pattern designer.
Leah Day of the Free Motion Quilting Project has published a couple of posts this week, that really struck a chord with me and I want to share them, along with my own thoughts, with you too.