Karen Jordin of Leigh Laurel Studios satisfies a passion for fruity greens and oranges in this fun, fresh patchwork pillow. She provides a free coloring sheet and full tutorial, plus gives her method of making sure your patchwork front pillow …
Jamie Fingal of Twisted Sister did a guest post at Bernina’s We All Sew blog on using zippers to embellish art quilts. She first shows us how to use a single side as trim around a circle (Double Wedding Ring …
Diane of Crafty Pod is calling all *EPP-ers to join her perfect-for-summer blog hop. Relax. You’ll find no overreaching goals on this romp with a needle. Each project requires at the most twelve hexagons as a starting point. Get the …
Sweet watermelon brightens this quilted placemat. Made by Mollie of Wild Olive she shares on her blog how to make it. Go make your own fruity placemat.
Image credit: Wild Olive…
Karie Jewell made this darling, diminutive fabric box starting with just two fat quarters. So enamored with the results, she made more – ten in all. They sit in a row in her sewing space holding tiny fabric bits. Get …
This pretty basket would make a great gift, wouldn’t it? Jenny of Elefantz started with some of her binding remnants from earlier projects and whipped this up. She takes you step-by-step how to make it.…
For sweets, nothing says summer like strawberry trifle. It’s essential to use a glass bowl to see all the yummy layers of cake, whipped cream, and berries. The Moda Bake Shop is hosting a Trifle Dish Sew-Along where fabrics make …
Connie of Refabulous made this car seat cover from a tute she found at Make It and Love It, but with an important deviation. She made the side panels out of patchwork strips.
What a beautiful welcome she’s given to …
It may be the final week of the Summer Sparkle QAL (Quilt Along) – hosted by Faith Jones – but you can join in anytime. The results will be this perfectly patriotic star quilt. Love it!
Whether for this Fourth …
Diamond stars and edge stitching make these towels sing. Heather of Vintage Grey explains they got their start as flour sack tea towels. Humble beginnings she then embellished to vintage perfection.
Perfecting the quarter inch seam allowance is an essential skill for quilters who piece. If you have not yet reached what Deanna of SewMcCool refers to as “quarter inch seam Nirvana”, don’t panic. Go to her blog post, Sewing a …
Anne of Peacock Hill shows some cat love with this make, a quilted backpack. It’s her entry in the Umbrella Prints Trimmings Challenge. Visit Anne’s blog to see more fabulous photos of her fab Fat Cat Backpack. The …
Sewing curves scares even confident quilters like Cindy of Hyacinth Quilt Designs. But with the help of generous quilters she’s embraced them. Visit her blog post, Gypsy Kisses, to find out what she’s learned from the experience.
This quilt showcases the fabric collection Blueprint Basics designed by Valori Wells for Robert Kaufman. Follow this link to download the free pattern, “Spring”.
Image credit: Robert Kaufman…
Jillee of One Good Thing addressed a common issue with typical tablecloths used outside, edges flapping up in the wind. She used a store-bought quilt as the base fabric then modified it to fit a patio umbrella table. Learn how …