Kristina Brinkerhoff


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Take on Y-Seams with this Easy Hexagon Tutorial

Nov 20, 2019 8:12:46 AM / by Kristina Brinkerhoff posted in GO! Hexagon, GO! Quilt, Quilting Tips

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Hi quilting friends! I'm Kristina Brinkerhoff from Center Street Quilts and I'm excited to be sharing a tutorial all about Y-seams on the AccuQuilt blog today. Y-seams have a reputation in the quilting world for being intimidating and hard, but like with many other new sewing methods, once you give them a try you'll realize there was no reason to be nervous!

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Quilted, Reversible Table Setting Placemats for Kids

Aug 6, 2019 7:55:04 AM / by Kristina Brinkerhoff posted in placemats, GO! Getter, Limited Edition

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Hi! It's Kristina from Center Street Quilts and I'm excited to be sharing a quick tutorial today using the new GO! Fork-Knife-Spoon Limited Edition Die (55261). My kids take turns setting the table for dinner each night and when I saw the die, I knew it would be perfect for making place setting placemats to help my kids remember how to set the table! These placemats are super fast to whip up, are reversible and are sure to be a hit with your kids or grandkids.

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Quilted Pennant Pillow Tutorial with the New GO! Pennants Die

Jun 20, 2019 8:43:31 AM / by Kristina Brinkerhoff posted in pillow patterns, new dies, GO! Getter

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Hi! This is Kristina Brinkerhoff from Center Street Quilts and I'm here to share my super fun Pennant Pillow Tutorial using one of AccuQuilt's newest dies! The new GO! Pennants die (55149) has three different banner shapes and I'm here to show how easy it is to turn these shapes into a darling throw pillow. Let's get started!

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AccuQuilt's Ready, Set, GO! Review & Sawtooth Star Variations

Apr 10, 2019 7:57:00 AM / by Kristina Brinkerhoff posted in Ready. Set. GO!

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Hi! My name is Kristina Brinkerhoff and I blog about my quilting adventures over at Center Street Quilts. I live in rural Utah with my husband and four young kids (ages 9 and under). I started quilting as a teenager and immediately fell in love with it. My first quilt was a pinwheel design made in 30s reproduction fabrics. I finished the quilt top during one summer break, but it took me several more years (around 8 years actually) to get around to quilting and binding it! These days, I'm usually a little faster at finishing my projects. ;) 

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