One can never have too many pin cushions. Here’s a cute Pin Blossom Pin Cushion, from Quiltmaker. A great way to use up some left-over scraps.
If you hate paper piecing, or even if you don’t, here’s a great technique to try, Freezer Paper Piecing.
Here’s a very cute Zippered Coin Purse. The tutorial is very well done. What a great way to use up left-over fabrics, and make gifts for family members and friends.
Shelley Rodgers has just updated her tutorial, Joining the Ends of Double-fold Binding. It is super-easy to understand with all the wonderful photos, and the results are perfect.
Isn’t this Felted Pincushion Hat ultra-adorable? I need one for my sewing area. From Better Homes & Gardens.
Here’s a great stash-busting pattern, Wickedly Easy Quilts by Annie. It uses fat quarters, strip cutting and quick piecing. Sizes include crib, lap, twin and queen. Definitely adding this pattern to my To Do list… I love patterns that use
From Moda Fabrics, comes this cute free pattern, Flutterby.
Here’s a handy Guide to Batting. I’ve always used 100% cotton batting as I love the weight, warmth and feel. What do you like best?
Here’s a quick and easy technique for making Scrappy Spool blocks from Elaine Adair. Be sure to check out the fabulous border that Elaine created and you can see the finished quilt all together, just waiting for the hand quilting.
From QuickQuilts, comes New Year’s Sparklers. This quilt is so full of color and sparkle that it lights up a room. It was made using batiks in a delightful variety of beautiful hues to charm the eye. It is simply