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With all its patches, an Amish Star quilt block looks pretty complicated.
In truth, it's just a simple 9-patch made from basic units.
See how simple it is to make!
This Magic Pressing Mat has been filling up my Facebook newsfeed like crazy.
So I shot the lock off my wallet and bought two from Amazon.
Here's what you need to know.
The Corner Beam ruler is THE tool for creating corner beam units.
Makes cutting and trimming virtually foolproof.
Download your free Standard Quilt Sizes Chart, a complete reference for quilt, mattress, and packaged batting sizes. Right-size your next quilt!
The Lover's Lane Quilt Block takes a handful of half square triangles.
A quartet of Square in a Square units.
Growing up with a quilting grandmother and a sewing machine in the house, I always thought I'd try quilting some day. After all, it's in the blood or
An Autumn Leaf Quilt Block is much easier to make than it looks. Basic quilting techniques are all that's needed to piece together this elegant bit of foliage!
Connector corners, a smattering of paper piecing and a reliable quarter inch seam—seriously—that's it!
Our Love and Kisses quilt block takes advantage of half square triangles made 8-at-a-time and twirling seam allowances to make construction a breeze. Easy!
I've had this machine for about ten years and am still in love with it. I have not had a single problem in all of that time. Some of the best features
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
Our Double Star block tutorial continues with preparing the units and assembling the block. Variations on the design, sample layouts complete the lesson.
You've finished your Double Star quilt blocks. Now what? Ten different designs to jump start your creativity await. Click here to start.
The Double Star block looks like it might take advance piecing skills. But don't let it fool you. 3-patch Quarter Square Triangles and Flying Geese are all it takes.
That. And some cut squares.
Seriously. That's it...
My Pfaff 2170 just died and, as usual, just like with my Pfaff 7570, parts are no longer available to repair it. Are manufacturers trying to force women
Our Rolling Stone quilt block is constructed with either a bit of paperpiecing or Connector Corners. Add some strip piecing. Easy Peasy! Beginner friendly.