I love the simplicity of a basic block quilt. It is such a great way to showcase beautiful fabrics! Back in 2010, I started this blog after giving birth to my daughter. A few friends had expressed an interest in learning how to quilt, but just didn't know where to start. I love spreading my quilt addiction, so I decided to put this blog together and do my best to teach them how to get started--with a basic block quilt. Basically, if you know how to sew a straight line with your sewing…
26 Charming Charm Pack Quilt Patterns
Grab your charm quilts, because we've got a list of 17 way you can turn them into charm quilt patterns, small quilt projects for your home, and more. You can make something as small as a quilt block look much more exciting with the right charm quilt pattern.
Scrappy Stars Table Runner
This is Sheri’s Scrappy Stars table runner and the pattern is from Little Charmers II by Heather Mulder Peterson. This is one of my personal favourites for making a table runner with charm packs and I’ve posted mine here and here. Sheri actually made two the same and I quilted the stars differently. The fabric collection is Hello Luscious. For one I used my ruler and did all straight lines to create a star in the center and for the second one I used a stencil and CC’d the points. I stippled…
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Hey there ladies & gents, We all know about the various pre-cuts offered around town but what are they and what do they consist of? Well we decided to create this handy little guide for you as a reference. Take...
Charm Pack Quilt Tutorial
As promised, here is the tutorial I made for RaeAnn's Charm Pack Quilt. Thanks go to RaeAnn for preparing the fabric squares for me so I could take pictures of them and for sharing the quilt with all of us. It's such a great idea!!! Enjoy! This method is a fun and easy way to use your 5" Charm Packs that are readily available in nearly every quilt shop. First you'll need to decide how many quilt blocks you want to use in your quilt. RaeAnn's quilt is 10 blocks across by 10 rows down for a…
Quilting This twin-size bed quilt is a great design for using leftover yardage and scraps and is so very easy to piece! This e-pattern was originally published in the April 2012 issue of Quilter's World magazine. Size: 64' x 80'. Skill Level: Beginner
Zig Zags — Anything Pretty
Another quilt is actually going to stay at our house. Bringing the grand total to two . Both of which are residing in Carter’s nursery . I wonder who is the current favorite at our house… I could pretend that this quilt was finished in the month since he joined us.&am