Welcome everyone to the second lesson for the Aiming for Accuracy Quilt-Along (A4AQAL).
Welcome everyone to our first official lesson for the Aiming for Accuracy Quilt-Along (A4AQAL).
For this week’s post, I’m sharing three tips to improve your quilting accuracy and the cutting instructions for the background/contrast fabric.
While I’ve been working on the test version of the Aiming for Accuracy quilt, I’ve been taking lots of photos. I thought I would share the progress so far.
I’m so excited to finally share with you the fabric requirements for the upcoming Aiming for Accuracy Quilt-Along. Let’s get started!
If you follow me on Facebook, earlier this week I shared the proposed design for our upcoming Quilt-Along, Aiming for Accuracy.
The Beginner’s Quilt-Along tutorials will be removed from the site later this week. Plus get a sneak peek of the upcoming QAL.
It’s voting time for our Beginner’s Quilt-Along quilts. I must say, I am so proud of everyone that participated in the QAL. I know for many of you, this really is your first quilt and you all did a fantastic job.
The time has finally come to put our quilt blocks together. I’ll be sharing how to assemble the straight layout, while Pat Sloan has put together an excellent tutorial for those that are doing the on-point layout.
The time has come for our final block of the Beginner’s Quilt-Along (QAL). This is my favourite block that we’ve made. I just love pinwheels.