12 days of Sewing Tips: Needle me this!

Yesterday's tip was about changing your sewing machine needle more often. One of the suggestions I had was to change your needle after every quilt. But I actually use more than one needle when I'm making a quilt, and you probably should, too! Know your needles! I'll break it down by steps in the quilt making process. … Continue reading 12 days of Sewing Tips: Needle me this!

12 days of Sewing Tips: Look Sharp!

No, today's tip isn't about having the best #memade wardrobe. Similar to yesterday's tip, it's a gentle reminder to do one of those periodic tasks that we all probably don't do as often as we should: Change your rotary blades and needles! Rotary cutters are awesome, and I can't imagine quilting without one (or 4!). … Continue reading 12 days of Sewing Tips: Look Sharp!

12 days of Sewing Tips: Take Care of Your Sewing Machines!

For the month of December, I want to give you, dear reader, some gifts. Whether you celebrate a gift-giving holiday or not, we all know that quilters have amazing generosity! So I'm going to start the month off with a series of mini-tutorials and tips that can make your quilting a little bit merrier! Today's … Continue reading 12 days of Sewing Tips: Take Care of Your Sewing Machines!

Intersectional Quilt Pattern

Intersectional is a versatile, geometric quilt pattern that gives the illusion of three-dimensional shapes by pairing up fabrics with similar colors but difference in value. The pattern includes instructions for 3 different layouts, in 3 sizes, and a coloring page to help you work out block placement. Perfect for pre-cut 2½” strips, leftover binding, or yardage. Detailed diagrams, instructions, and templates.