We’re chain piecing large HSTs (half square triangles) for the Retro Tetro Quilt Along!!!
A quick pair of toddler oven mitts makes a perfect gift, and uses up batting scraps!
Make a quick, fun cushion cover to use the leftover half-circles from cutting your concave pieces for the Riveting quilt! Rivets is a FREE companion pattern, coming soon!
When I first started quilting, the best piece of advice I was given was to use starch, and the recipe I was given was similar to this one. Quilting in times of quarantine, DIY starch might be better than nothing.
Binding just might be the most controversial topic in the quilting world. For some, it’s the frame that finishes off the quilt. For others, it’s an annoying afterthought. Some quilters insist that there’s only one right way to bind a quilt. I’m not going to weigh in on the debate. Instead, I’m going to share … Continue reading How many ways can you bind a quilt?
Of all the piecing techniques that strike fear into the hearts of quilters, I think that Y-seams are the most misunderstood. So let’s take a closer look at what they are.