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The Four Crowns quilt block is easy to stitch when it's paper pieced. Perfect points everytime. Beginner friendly pattern. Download the free patterns.
Make this Hour Glass quilt block variation. Instructions included for paper piecing, No Waste Flying Geese & connector corners. Downloadable patterns.
Olfa Cutting Mat for Quilting: How to choose, use, care and repair a self healing rotary cutting mat. Prolong the life of your mats with this simple tip...
Make 8 triangle square units in a jiffy with this simple technique. 2 squares. 4 seams. 4 cuts. Download our free cutting chart for a handy reference.
A simple Bachelor's Puzzle quilt block. Just 3 fabrics. Quick pieced triangle squares, Rail Fence and 9-patches. Perfect for a beginning quilter!
Learn how to make a Churn Dasher quilt block or choose another our Free Block Pattern library. Beginner friendly instructions in 4 sizes.
I absolutely love the Bernina 765 SE Rose Gold with embroidery module. This machine was a special edition and is no longer available from Bernina but
I have sewn for more than 50 years; clothing - including a rain coat and a wool winter coat; sofa & papasan chair covers; costumes for kids, adults, and
This is a machine that I bought when I was in the Army and overseas. To me, it is the Featherweight 221 with zig-zag and 3-needle positions. I bought
Log Cabin Quilt Designs: From basic block to WOW! Use our free layouts to plan your next log cabin quilt. Tips to make planning and design easy.
Courthouse Steps Quilt: Fast, easy quilt pattern makes great beginner quilts. Free layout guides, design tips for your next quilt project
A New England quilt block is the definition of sweetness and simplicity. Half square triangles, cut squares and rectangles. Beginner friendly tutorial.
Love the stitch, when I remember to do everything perfect. Not impressed with the size of the throat/harp area. Dealer is okay. But I took my machine
Fussy cut quilt fabric. Add interest to your quilts. Fun & simple to do. See examples. Reward who steps closer to admire your work with a visual treat.
The On the Square quilt block stitches up quickly using simple strip piecing techniques. Beginner-friendly instructions to help each step of the way.
The Antique Tile quilt block is perfect for a beginneing quilter. But simple doesn't mean boring. See 15 ways to set them. The last one's a humdinger!
Just because it's a beginner block doesn't mean the Antique Tile quilt is just for beginners. Follow along as we find the perfect, knockout design.
Our hunt for the perfect Antique Tile quilt design is near the end. In these variations the block disappears into the layout. Dazzling quilt designs.
Free Motion Quilting 101; Learn machine techniques from a qualified teacher. Perfect for beginners and experts. Ready to quilt? Let's begin!
The Evening Star quilt block is ideal for the beginning quilter-simply connector corners & squares. Use this step-by-step tutorial for great results!
A Dewey Quilt Block is the perfect showcase for those yummy large-scale prints. Illustrated, beginner friendly instructions for 8", 12" and 16" blocks
I have had this machine for almost 4 months. Have used all.kst everyday. I adore this machine. I bought it as my main sewing machine. This machine has
Randi shares...I had my son help me choose fabric for his quilt. Red was/is his favorite color, so of course it was a bright solid he chose. A Dutchman's
Download your free Standard Quilt Sizes Chart, a complete reference for quilt, mattress, and packaged batting sizes. Right-size your next quilt!
I LOVE this machine! Bought it to take to sew ins...because I have two Quilt Expression 4.0's (2 homes) and figured the parts would be interchangeable...they
As my friend was searching for a home to purchase for her and her family, I began praying this scripture verse for her: God determined the times set for
Cindy writes... It's not a quilt yet BUT could not find a page for first timers to post their pride and joy. I'm trusting all of you lovely quilters will
Advice for quilting a Log Cabin Streak of Lightning quilt. Includes cutting charts, diagrams, helpful tips for a foolproof job! Beginner friendly.
Free quilt block patterns to tempt quilters of every skill level. Multiple sizes. Free downloadable paper piecing patterns where needed.
A treasure trove of California quilt shops convenienty listed for you in alphabetical order by town. Can you say 'Road Trip!'
I made this quilt for my mother for her 70th birthday in December 2016. I thought a Log Cabin would show off the photos best and still have an excellent
A Blocks and Pinwheels quilt block is full of whirly-twirly goodness. 8-at-a-time half square triangles make it a breeze to make. Beginner-friendly.
A Missouri Puzzle quilt block is a veritable playground for the beginning quilter. Half square triangles, strip piecing are all it takes. Fun to make!
A Paper Pinwheel quilt block is a simple little block-a few half square triangles & squares. It hides a secret. Can you find it? Beginner friendly.
With our Propeller quilt block--just half square triangles and strip-pieced pairs--you'll be flying high in no time. Beginner-friendly instructions.
A Crow's Nest quilt block is a dynamic design. Simple to make--just half square triangles & a four patch. Color does all the work. Couldn't be easier!
A Snowflake quilt block has an Economy patch as its center. Half square triangles made 8-at-a-time + cut squares finish the design. Delightful and fun!
At the Depot quilt block instructions for two different techiques--with a specialty ruler or with free downloadable templates. Choose your favorite.
The On-Point Ruler lets you skip the math, get straight to cutting patches set on-point in your blocks. No more formulas. See if it's right for you!
The House Jack Built quilt block is a sweet little design. Easy to make with the proper tools. Two techniques shared. Free downloadable templates.
Snowman quilt patterns bridge the gap between the festive Christmas holiday season and the cold dreary months of winter. Which one will you make?
There is an inexpensive dice game by this name that you can easily find at stores. We play it with fat quarters. Start with 3 or more fat quarters,
This machine has given me nothing but headaches. I am an art quilter. I primarily free motion stitch. This machine creates bird nests on the underside
A Path and Stiles quilt block is simple to make. Quick pieced HSTs. A bit of strip piecing. Beginner friendly. More blocks patterns to choose from.
Your Valley Square quilt blocks are made. How will you set them? Check out these 7 different ideas to make the most of your precious quiltig time.
A Valley Square quilt block is easy to make using Connector Corners. No bias to mess with. Beginner friendly instructions. Layout ideas provided.
The large harp space and my experience with a Pfaff 5770 is the main reason I bought this machine. It is fine for simple sewing and piecing but will
Put Scrabble letters in a bag and keep passing it around the table having everyone take four or five each time and turning them upside down. Once they're
Pick a theme that many of the quilters in your guild will have done. This might be a past workshop, a popular block or technique, or a common precut.