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An Eva's Garden quilt block is a grab bag of basic building blocks. Looks complicated! But with paperpiecing, it's a breeze! Download the free pattern here.
Make an Arrowhead quilt block quickly without chopping off the points. Instructions & free pattern downloads. Part of our Basic Block Patterns series.
A directory of quilt stores by state, city and country. With so many listings, you're sure to find a nearby shop. Or add your favorite to the list.
Sewing a Mrs Bryans Choice quilt block is much easier using this simple technique to make Flying Geese pairs that are perfect every time. Learn more here...
A quarter inch seam allowance is crucial for accurate, easy patchwork. Our online beginning quilting instructions help you decide which presser foot to use or how to make your own seam guide.
Irish Chain Quilt Pattern: One of those great quilts for beginners. Just squares and strips, no bias edges, no fancy rulers. Learn how it's made here.
Make a Double Star quilt block. Instructions for 4 sizes. Learn the partial seams method to make this twinkling star block pattern.
Our Double Star block tutorial continues with preparing the units and assembling the block. Variations on the design, sample layouts complete the lesson.
Pineapple Quilt Pattern Designs: Download our free paper piecing quilt patterns and coloring pages to help you design and piece this dynamic quilt.
This is a quilt that exceeded all of my expectations! In my dining room, I have a wall hanging that matches the design on my special company dishes with
A Sunny Lanes quilt block uses the connector corners technique to avoid messing with any half square triangles—terrific for anyone brand new to quilting.
Simple strip piecing makes the four patch units a breeze. Twirl or fan the seams and you have a bulk free block.
It's time to cut up and sew!
A Double Quartet quilt block is perfect for our 8-at-a-time HST technique! It's faster and more accurate than traditional methods.
Blocks are easy as pie!
Quilt like a Pro— Learn these surefire techniques to piece, pin and press perfect points in any of your quilt projects. You'll be loving the results in no time!
Learn to use fabric grain, the crosswise, lengthwise and bias, to make better quilts. Do you need bias for binding? Why cut on the lengthwise grain? Find out here.
With our Propeller quilt block--just half square triangles and strip-pieced pairs--you'll be flying high in no time. Beginner-friendly instructions.