Ahhh, spring. It has been a long time coming here in the midwest, but a few tulips were blooming this morning so I just had to share them with you. Terri here, from Lizard Creek Quilting join along with me as I show you how I gave the GO! Morning Star block a fresh modern vibe. Also an unexpected way to use the limited edition GO! Nautical Medley die.
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Hi AccuQuilt Friends! It's me, Melissa Corry from Happy Quilting and today I am so excited to share a few holiday banner projects I created using the new AccuQuilt GO! Pennant Die (55149). All use strip piecing and appliqué embellishments which are great ways to add color and fun to the basic pennant banner. These banners are so fun to make and go together pretty fast. They are a great way to add a little handmade to your holiday decor. :)
We quilters love fabric. There’s joy in finding the right patterns and color combinations for each project and once the cutting is done you’re left with scraps too pretty to throw away. Let us help you whittle down your fabric stash by turning all those scraps into one (or more) of these 10 quilt patterns. Keeping your scraps in check makes for a tidy quilting space and offers room to start a new fabric stash.
Today marks the first day of spring and we are so very excited at all the possibilities that come with a new season. If you're ready to celebrate warmer temperatures with us, take a look at these beautiful spring-worthy quilt patterns perfect for bringing a little brightness into your sewing room and home.
An organized and tidy sewing room lets you feel more creative. If you’re avoiding new projects because you dread walking into your quilting space, you don’t need expert organizer Marie Kondo to tell you it’s time for a spring cleaning. Get ready for the change of seasons and check out these tips to help make your sewing space the place you and your projects deserve.
Easter might still be a few weeks away, but we're gearing up for the season by sharing a project that will look great all through spring!
Hi, everyone! This is Mona Phelps from Kentucky Whittaker Creations. I started sewing and quilting a little over two years ago. As soon as the sewing bug hit, the desire for all the fabrics followed. As I’m sure many of you can relate, I started stocking up on various fabrics – “building my stash,” if you will. I realized at the end of 2017 that I needed to try to focus on using the fabric I have on hand instead of shopping every time a new project came along.