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After making a beautiful pink quilt for my daughter's wedding shower in Minnesota I made this quilt for her husband. This quilt was to be opened at a
I made this quilt for my daughter's wedding shower. It is a whole cloth quilt with the design quilted by hand. It is queen size. The pattern was purchased
My quilting space in Alaska is pretty generous and I've been quite spoiled by having all three of my machines easily accessible on a large desk. I have
My Grandmother made this quilt for me in the early '80's. The blocks are made from printed fabric that she outlined with hand stitching. Her binding
This quilt is hanging on a wall in the barn where Judy's dressing room is. While Gene Kelly is talking to her and rubbing her feet about the show's premiere
The quilt pattern says use a stitch length of 12, your machine has 2.0, 2.5, 3.0--but no '12'.
Learn how to convert stitches per inch to mm. Download conversion charts to use at your sewing machine.
Discover the best stitch lengths for different types of quilting and piecing.
A Medieval Walls quilt block looks complicated, but it isn't!
Three simple-to-piece units...strip piecing...a bit of sashing. That's it!
Fully-illustrated, beginner-friendly instructions for both traditional and paper piecing techniques. Cutting charts, coloring page and paper piecing patterns are free to download.
We'd shared two different ways to make a Medieval Walls quilt block.
What comes next?
The quilt, of course! 10 different layouts to get those creative juices flowing.