April showers bring May flowers, but we want blooms now! So even though our tulips are snoozing under a foot of snow, we’re stitching up a garden of pretty petals!
Today we’re using simple snowballs to create a Dizzy Daisy out of 10” squares. Click HERE to learn how!
Here is a fun little tutorial on how to make the Missouri Roads block using 5″ squares and some extra background fabric.
Here at MSQC 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. Check back every Friday for our regular Quilting Tutorials with Jenny Doan!
Watch the full Missouri Roads tutorial and get supplies HERE!
Quilting started out as a very tedious and time consuming art, but MSQC has mastered the art in making adorable blocks come together with ease. The Flutterby Block is no exception!
To get your supplies and watch the full tutorial, click HERE!
Butterflies don’t do well in the cold – they require nice, warm temps in order to even move their little bodies. When the air dips down below 60 degrees or so, they’re destined to stay put, hoping for toastier weather.
I must admit, after weeks of ice and snow, I’m feeling quite a kinship with those delicate-winged dearies. But rather than crawling under the covers to wait out the winter, I plan to pass the time working on the beautiful Strip Butterflies Quilt! Click HERE to learn how to make your own!