Pine Hollow Patchwork Forest Quilt, a Christmas Quilt featured by top US quilting blog, Diary of a Quilter
Matchstick quilting is a term used to describe straight line quilting placed very close together, about 1/8″ or a matchstick’s width apart. This method can add an interesting texture to any quilt project when used with different colored threads, or in unquilted areas which will appear puffier or more pronounced than areas with matchstick quilting. Click the link to learn more at WeAllSew.com.
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Lella Boutique: Fat Quarter Shop's Simple Zipper Bag by Sherri McConnell. Fabrics are Olive's Flower Market by Lella Boutique for Moda (shipping November 2016).
Heather Thomas talks about the importance of documenting your work, and she shows you a few different examples of her own work that she has “signed” by sewing her name directly into the quilt. You can make your name stand out by sewing it in high-contrast thread against a low-contrast background or make it subtler by using a more medium-contrast thread against a low-contrast background.
Designer Susan McDermott made triangle-squares in four sizes and combined them in a variety of ways to make 6″ blocks for this stunning scrap quilt. Our diagrams show you how to arrange the blocks to achieve the same result. About This Quilt Finished Size: 90″ x 90″ Finished Blocks: 225 (6″) blocks Rating: Intermediate Designed…
Scrappy Pinwheel in a Square. Three challenges in one! I’m so excited to share this new block with you all! Making a pinwheel block is a challenge, but then so is a square in a square block, – cutting all those extra triangles and then getting them lined up. More often than not these blocks … Continue reading Scrappy Pinwheel in a Square →
I can't wait to try this Epic HST Technique--and it is truly epic. Not only that, but she explains how to do it with any size ruler.: