Pecking Order

Pecking Order

Learn to create this darling Pecking Order Quilt!

This week’s quilt is a simple, modern beauty. Teeny-tiny triangles form delicate rings on a sea of white.

Watch as Jenny walks you through the steps to create this fun little Pecking Order Quilt!

But the real beauty of this work of art is how simple it is to put together. Just stitch one snowballed corner on each charm, and you’ve got the building blocks for this sweet little quilt! Click HERE watch the tutorial!

Click here for the diagram and printable PDF file for the Pecking Order Quilt.

Please click HERE or on the above diagram to get a free printable PDF.

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Quick, Easy and Reversible Placemats!

Quick, Easy and Reversible Placemats!

If you’re like me, every once in a while you need a break from those big projects to work on something that will give you instant gratification (and add a little pizazz to your house)! It’s even better when you can use that fat quarter bundle you’ve been wanting to cut in to. Check out the process below for these quick and easy reversible placemats I’ve been making lately!

First thing’s first, choose a fat quarter bundle from your stash (or shop for one at Missouri Star Quilt Co. HERE) that you know will look great on your dining room table. We chose to use the lovely Garden Splendor Fat Quarter Bundle by Wild Apple for Robert Kaufman.

You can choose to use the same fabric for each side, or mix and match fabric from the same collection. It’s also fun to pair an Autumn themed fabric with a Christmas or Winter themed fabric. Then all you have to do it flip the placemats over as the seasons change!

Cut your fabric to 14.5″ x 20.5″, place your two fabrics right sides together and pin them in place.

Next, take them over to the sewing machine and sew a quarter inch seam around the edges, leaving about a 3″-4″ opening so that it can be flipped inside out.

Trim off the excess fabric from the corners, remove your pins, and flip the placemat inside out. Make sure to poke the corners out so they are pointy. (Tip: “The Purple Thang” and the MSQC ModBlock Bamboo Creaser Tool work great for this!)

Work out the seams around the edge with your fingers so that they are not rolled inwards, and iron those wrinkles away.

Finally, finish your beautiful placemats up by sewing a quarter inch seam all the way around the edges.

Watch the full process in a past Facebook Live Video HERE.

Insider tip:You can do the same exact process to make a cloth napkin just by cutting your fabric differently! Simply cut your fabric to approximately 16.5″ x 16.5″ instead of 14.5″ x 20.5″.

 

 

Tea Cakes Quilt

Tea Cakes Quilt

Mona added more Cake Mixes so we had to do another tutorial! Check it out!

In February, Jenny made a Sweet Treats quilt using Cake Mix Recipe 1 by Moda. It was so quick and easy, we just had to try another Recipe!

 

Jenny demonstrates another great Cake Mix Pattern by Moda!

This week Jenny is using Recipe 2 to make Tea Cakes. This block reminds me of a sweet little bear claw, and it comes together in a flash – with minimal waste! Click HERE to watch the tutorial!

Here is the diagram of the newest

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Baby Block Quilt

Baby Block Quilt

Make this fun Baby Blocks Quilt with Jenny Doan and a Jelly Roll!

When Jenny’s daughters designed a gigantic postage stamp star block, she was impressed. But when they realized that just one of those blocks was big enough for a quick baby quilt, she fell in love!

Jenny shows you how to create a quick and easy baby quilt with this fun Baby Blocks quilt block.

 

Baby Blocks Quilt Tutorial from Missouri Star Quilt Co.

Baby Blocks is a beautiful pattern, and with strip sets and half-square triangles, it comes together in minutes!

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Quilt Snips Mini Tutorial – Friendship Star

Quilt Snips Mini Tutorial – Friendship Star

Watch a quick vid on how to create a Friendship Star Block!

The Friendship Star is a great pattern to use up some scrap fabric or any extra 5″ squares you may have laying around. This block comes together quickly and easily, you will want to make it again and again!

Click HERE to watch the tutorial and get your supplies!