Infographic: 12 Classic Patchwork Quilt Blocks With Diagrams and Cutting Instructions in Multiple Sizes - Quilt Books & Beyond
Here is an infographic with diagrams and cutting instructions for 12 of the most popular patchwork quilt blocks, with multiple size options.
Six Tips for Machine Quilting
Are you new to machine quilting? You may have made tied quilts for a while and now want to explore machine quilting. I’ve seen a lot of advice given for how to machine quilt but I think mos…
Those Crazy Cats
This blog is about all the weird and wacky things that seem to happen only to me, I also talk about my quilting, sewing, gardening, my yearly house moves, grandchildren and anything that sounds interesting (especially if it's weird too!).
Swirly Twirly Dresden - Orchid Owl Quilts
I finally have the paper piece pattern ready for the Swirly Twirly Dresden. This was definitely a labor of love which only survived because so many of you loved the design. My original pattern was hand drawn and then scanned into my computer and copied onto paper. It worked great for my personal use but … Swirly Twirly Dresden Read More »
PoD - The Finish
Thank you all for your wonderful response to Week 30 . The Project of Doom has been such a pleasure to work on and to share and I can never thank you all enough for your participation! This week, I bring you the final PoD post which includes layout suggestions for the 30 blocks that you made during…
Craftsy.com | Express Your Creativity!
If you're looking to sharpen your sewing skills, try out one (or all!) of these free paper-pieced quilt block patterns that can be stitched up in a weekend or less! Foundation paper piecing is an excellent way to create sharp, precise quilt blocks that you wouldn't be able to sew with traditional…
Issue 33 on sale! - Love Patchwork & Quilting
Issue 33 of Love Patchwork & Quilting is on sale now, along with our handy swatch kit – perfect for keeping your stash at your fingertips on the go! Issue 33 is our al fresco issue, featuring all things outdoorsy! We’re getting set for summer with this issue’s projects… You’ll find patterns for all of... Continue reading →
Thank you for following along on my blog post last week. The majority of the blocks I have designed for Blockheads are all lovey-dovey inspired. Because I was doing hearts I also decided to add some pinks to my blocks. I get bored easily and that is probably why I lean to doing scrap quilts. More to come on that when it is my turn again. I love color and love fabrics and since I opened the door for more color, I added a touch of color to this week's block, 9 Patch Block designed by Laurie…