All My X’s Quilt

All My X’s Quilt

All My X's Quilt Tutoria!

During the Middle Ages, many people were unable to read or write, so it became common to sign important documents with nothing more than the letter X. (Frankly, when I was on the 45th signature of my mortgage contract, I would have gladly brought back that tradition! My hand still aches just thinking about it!)

Jenny shows you how to creates this fun X's Quilt with this tutorial!

Today we’re stitching up the All My X’s Quilt. These x’s are just as pretty as they are simple, and they come together so quickly! Click HERE to watch the tutorial!

Diagram for the All My X's Quilt Tutorial!

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Quilt Snips Mini Tutorial – Disappearing Hourglass

Quilt Snips Mini Tutorial – Disappearing Hourglass

Quilt Snips Mini Tutorial of the Disappearing Hourglass

MSQC has figured out another great way to give you a whole lot of info in a little bitty clip. This is the Disappearing Hourglass block that only takes two contrasting 10″ squares, a few small cuts and you get a gorgeous creation with minimal efforts!

Watch the full tutorial and get all supplies needed HERE!

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Quilt Snips Mini Tutorial – Tender Hearts

Quilt Snips Mini Tutorial – Tender Hearts

Watch this quick tutorial on the Tender Hearts Quilt using 2.5" Strips.

Use this quick tutorial to create an adorable heart quilt using 2.5″ Strips and some background yardage. Here at Missouri Star Quilt Co we are all about quick and easy quilting tutorials, so we’ve taken your favorite tutorials and condensed them to give you a big dose of inspiration in a small bite. Please share this video so your friends don’t miss out!

Click here to watch the full tutorial: https://www.missouriquiltco.com/land/tutorials/tender-hearts-quilt-snips/index.html

Emerald Isle Quilt

Emerald Isle Quilt

A new HST quilt! Watch this tutorial.

It’s March, and I’ve got shamrocks and leprechauns on my mind. But when it comes to quilting projects, I like something that can be used throughout the year.

Today’s new quilt, Emerald Isle, is a fun choice for St Patrick’s Day with its rainbow-hued diamonds and vibrant green border. It is festive without being too “theme-y,” so you can use it in any season. Jenny from Missouri Star Quilt Co, teaches another great HST quilt.

Click HERE to watch the tutorial and learn Jenny’s new “easy eight” method for making half square triangles!

See how to create this quilt by watching Jenny's tutorial.

Click the diagram above for a free downloadable PDF!

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From Jenny’s Studio: The Word of the Year

From Jenny’s Studio: The Word of the Year

I don’t know about you, but I love looking into the minds of creative people. Every creative person has their own unique thought process to bring about a finished work of art! Have you ever wondered how Jenny thinks up so many wonderful tutorials for you? Well, we hope to be able to give you a glimpse into Jenny’s creative process through this new series, “From Jenny’s Studio”. Stay tuned, and follow along with Jenny’s journey. #jennyquilts

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A new year is a new opportunity to reflect. Many people choose one or several New Year’s Resolutions, but this year for the first time, Jenny decided to pick a word of the year to use as a focus in her life. After some thought and personal reflection, she chose the word ‘BALANCE’ with the hope of spending more time outside, doing more of the things she loves to do, and making time in her schedule to focus on her own personal wellness.

So what does a quilter do with her selected word of the year? She makes a quilted wall hanging, of course! It came from a different project that Jenny had started, but she didn’t love how it turned out. Here’s what she said, “This whole thing is so symbolic to me. The fabric I used is part of an old quilt that I started and never could get it the way I wanted. So it has a new start and life in this project. The colors remind me of the earth sky and the water… these are things I love that I haven’t been taking enough time for.”

Jenny sews her word of the year!

She asked her daughter Natalie to print off the letters and then she traced them on to Heat And Bond and fused them onto quilt blocks. Then she cut them out and blanket stitched them on to the background, then straight line quilted the whole thing on her sewing machine.

Jenny created this project to hang in her studio to remind herself to strive for balance in all of the things that make her happy and healthy.

Jenny gets connected with her word of the year!

Have you chosen a word to live by this year? We would love to hear of all the things you are working on in your life in the comments!