Hi, it's Marjorie Busby today from blue feather quilt studio to share a tutorial for a Fun Flower quilt that is quilted in the hoop. First, let me say that the Fun Flower die is my all-time favorite. It is so quick and easy to stitch with machine embroidery and it's just the right size to use in so many different ways. It fits perfectly on a 6" square like the center of an uneven nine patch from the 12" Qube. And it is used on lovely Carolina blue place mats at my house to honor our alma mater, the University of North Carolina. Fun flowers transform a plain alternating block on a quilt to a quick, easy and beautiful joining block. I have even used it to cover a permanent magic marker stain on the side front of a little girl's t-shirt. The following pictures show a couple of examples of the ways I like to use Fun Flowers.
Hello everyone, Happy New Year! I am Diana Ray, quilter and writer at Ray’s Sew Crafty, and I am so excited to start this new year with you all! Thanks to AccuQuilt, I’ve been able to quilt a bit more without spending most of my time cutting with my rotary cutter and mat. I am hopeful that my list of quilts finished will grow this new year!
Hello! This is Erin from AveryLaneSewing.com and I'm excited to share another quilting tutorial for the AccuQuilt blog. Using the Drunkard's Path quilt block, set on point, I created this modern tulip quilt block. Stacking 3 blocks on top of each other, it makes a very fresh and pretty wall hanging. Our winters are very grey here in the Pacific Northwest, so any sign of spring is very welcome!