Flying geese are common units in many different quilt patterns. While there are several different methods for making them, learn how to make them faster by making four flying geese at a time- Toby Lischko shows you how.
When piecing a quilt, many times there will be a lot of the same size and shape of pieces that need to be pieced, or multiples of the same type of unit that need to be pieced. While a pattern may tell you to do one at a time and make each block individually, chain piecing multiple pieces at the same time can help speed up the process.
I love easy and effective quilts that use up our SCRAPS....Doesn't it feels GOOD to do that? Makes ROOM for new things.. like my fabric... wink! My Scrap Happy Little wishes uses up a lot of scraps, so fun to do! I Used 2 sizes of black dots Organize to make stars Make the stars!! I used this quilt to help me get back to sewing after breaking both of my wrists in June 2020, during the pandemic. I had all but a few stars done, all pieces cut but sashing. My friend Sue cut the sashing and I…
Set the scene in your home with this stunning landscape quilt. The Free Wilderness Quilt features a striking mountain setting perfect for a mountain lodge or just dreaming of your next vacation. The Wilderness Quilt is perfect for a woodland theme kid’s room or nursery. The finished quilt size measures 60″ x 64″. The variety […]
Set a more neutral holiday table with a runner sporting a background of cream and black. A poinsettia adds a pop of red, creating a festive focal point. Fabrics are from the Love More collection by Susan Black and the Bear Essentials 2 collection, both from P&B Textiles.
Solids and prints play off each other in this reproduction-fabrics throw, which showcases a new interpretation of the Chrysanthemum block. The crisp white background directs attention straight to the angular blocks. Finished quilt: 68x80". Finished blocks: 10" square. Designer: Mabeth Oxenreider.