Vintage Blossom Quilt

Vintage Blossom Quilt

During the 1920s, the Grandmother’s Flower Garden quilt pattern took the quilting world by storm! No one could resist those charming little hexagons, but they sure were tricky to put together! Some quilters used English paper piecing; some used y-seams. But no matter the technique, this pattern required yards and yards of time and patience!

This week, Jenny is working on a quick and easy version using our half hexi template.

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Geese in Motion Quilt

Geese in Motion Quilt

A sleek-feathered goose is the very picture of grace as it wings its way across the sky, but watch out! Those beaked beauties have a feisty side, too!

While jogging past a quiet farm, my neighbor was accosted by an angry goose who chased him down the lane, honking and hissing all the way! (Zeke said he’s never run so fast!) A goose on the move is a force to be reckoned with!

This week Jenny stitched up a gorgeous Geese in Motion quilt using 2.5 inch strips of precut fabric and a Binding Tool template!
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Turnabout Granny Squares Quilt

Turnabout Granny Squares Quilt

Did your grandma bake bread and cookies? Did she give the best hugs and tell the best bedtime stories? Did she wrap her loved ones in the warmth of hand-stitched quilts?

Grandmothers radiate comfort in a thousand different ways, and today we’re stitching up a sweet Turnabout Granny Squares quilt that’ll keep you as cozy as Grandma’s chicken noodle soup!

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May Day Baskets Quilt

May Day Baskets Quilt

Years and years ago, May 1st was May Basket Day. Folks would fill pretty baskets with spring flowers and gifts and secretly hang them on the doors of their loved ones. What a lovely tradition!

This week, Jenny is stitching up a beautiful May Day Basket quilt. It’s a quick and easy pattern using 2.5 inch strips of precut fabric, and it’s just so fun to make! Click HERE to watch the tutorial!

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Spring Twist Quilt

Spring Twist Quilt

“What should we make next?” When you’re whipping up a new quilt every week, you look for project ideas everywhere you go! This inspiration for this week’s quilt came from one of our favorite sources: the magnificent Lynne Hagmeier of Kansas Troubles.

Spring Twist is a quick and easy fence rail pattern with one easy twist: snowballed corners that form perfect little pinwheels! Sew easy! Sew pretty! Thank goodness for good friends! Click HERE to watch the tutorial!

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