Sweet Blend Tutorial

Sweet Blend Tutorial

Check out this fun tutorial,  Sweet Blend, a similar technique to the Cornered Drunkard's Path.

When Jenny is in the sewing studio, her mind races a mile a minute with fun new ideas. But she’s not alone! Jenny has a wonderful team of talented quilters. And let me tell you, when those gals get together,  the creativity in that room is pure magic!

 

Check out Jenny's new tutorial on the Sweet Blend Quilt!

Today’s quilt design proves that cooperation is king! The Sweet Blend Quilt is a combination of simple elements that come together like a perfectly orchestrated symphony. (Hooray for teamwork!) Click HERE to watch the tutorial!

The diagram of Jenny's Sweet Blend Quilt.

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Jenny’s ‘Perfect Finishes’ Tutorial with Darlene Zimmerman

Jenny’s ‘Perfect Finishes’ Tutorial with Darlene Zimmerman

Here are some great techniques for finishing your quilt!

I like a challenge, but there are a few things that are just beyond my reach. Climbing Mount Everest? Not likely. Winning an Olympic gold medal? Nope. Walking out of my local quilt shop empty handed? Not on your life!  But a scalloped binding? That’s an easy one!

Jenny and her dear friend, Darlene Zimmerman, show off some great finishing techniques!

This week Jenny has Darlene Zimmerman in the studio to show us how to finish a quilt with super-simple waves and scallops. Click HERE to watch!

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Jenny’s Linked Up Quilt

Jenny’s Linked Up Quilt

Check out this adorable Linked Up Quilt!

Jenny demonstrates how to make a quick and easy Linked Up quilt using yardage and just one pack of 5 inch squares of precut fabric (charm pack). She used Coney Island Charm Pack by Fig Tree & Co. (Joanna Figueroa) for Moda Fabrics.

Watch as Jenny shows you step by step how to create this darling block.

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The diagram does not show how gorgeous  this quilt truly is! Watch the full tutorial to see it's full potential!

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Garden Star Quilt

Garden Star Quilt

Learn to create this beautiful quilt, similar to the Friendship Star!

Garden Stars is a beautifully busy quilt. Big Friendship Stars are accented by itty-bitty Friendship Stars on a crisp, white background. Everywhere you look there’s movement!

Watch this tutorial as Jenny shows you how to make this gorgeous Garden Star Quilt!

Intimidated? Don’t be! Take a closer look and you’ll see nothing more than half-square triangles, 4-patches, and super-simple Friendship Star sashing. Click HERE to learn how to put these basic elements together in your own Garden Stars Quilt!

Check out this diagram for the Garden Star Tutorial!

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Grandmother’s Fan

Grandmother’s Fan

Here's another great use for your Dresden Template!

When I think about my grandmother, so many memories come to mind. Plates of warm cookies. Lemonade breaks on the porch swing. And, best of all, summertime sleepovers tucked under cozy hand-stitched quilts.

Jenny demonstrates and easy way to create a classic block!

Today we’re working on a Grandmother’s Fans quilt. Made with a lovely 30’s reproduction, “Lazy Days 5 Karat Crystals” by Kaye England for Wilmington Prints, this quilt is as sweet and scrappy as Grandma’s favorite old quilts! Click HERE to watch the tutorial!

Here is a fantastic diagram of a simple way to create a vintage block!

 

 

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