5 Ways to Get Perfect Straight Line Machine Quilting
Straight line quilting is a great beginner quilting technique, but there's a right way and a wrong way. Continue reading to see if you are doing it right!
Positively Plus Mini Quilt and Crib Quilt Tutorial | Diary of a Quilter - a quilt blog
This week I’m teaming up with Oliso irons and some talented quilty friends for a Summer Dream series of free sewing projects. For my project I’m sharing a fun little mini quilt tutorial (with bonus Crib-quilt variation!) called Positively – as a reminder to me to watch for the positive happenings in this highly unusual summer of 2020. As I mentioned this project is part of a series hosted by Oliso Irons, featuring the Mini Project Iron – a cute little iron perfect for quilting on the go. It…
Before I took two weeks off from work in June, I sent multiple finished quilts tops off to Kaitlyn of Knot + Thread Designs for quilting. The one that I was most anxiously awaiting its return to me was this Warp & Weft Jawbreaker Quilt. If you haven't read up yet, I wrote a blogpost all about this quilt, PLUS a tut
Hello freemotion quilting friends! It is time for the second post on the Wishbone and Ribbon Candy pattern variations. Before I give you some more basic options, let's look at the big difference between Ribbon Candy and Wishbone. The top drawing is a sketch of Ribbon Candy. The continuous line propels itself without needing to…
Learn how to quickly and easily use up your batting scraps for use in future quilts projects by se
Click the photo below to pin this tutorial to Pinterest for future reference: I don’t know about you, but utilizing scraps of any kind is such a satisfying aspect of the quilting process. One of my favorite things is joining scraps of batting together to use for another project. There are a couple of different ... Read More about “Frankenbatting”