You Gnome I Love You Quilt

You Gnome I love you quilt tutorial by Jenny Doan of the Missouri Star Quilt Company.

Have you noticed? Gnomes have taken the world by storm, and we couldn’t be more pleased! 

The BIGGEST gnome in the world stands 26 feet tall in Saanich, Canada. (His hat is the size of a family tent!)

The largest COLLECTION of gnomes resides in Devon, UK. (Human visitors to the woodland reserve wear pointy hats to blend in with the 2000+ gnomes. True story!) 

You Gnome I love you quilt tutorial by Jenny Doan of the Missouri Star Quilt Company.

And the most ADORABLE gnomes are found right HERE in Jenny’s new quilt tutorial! 

We’re using Hello Melly’s “You Gnome I Love You” quilt pattern to whip up little layer cake gnomes that are sweet as can be! 

You Gnome I love you quilt tutorial by Jenny Doan of the Missouri Star Quilt Company.
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Handmade Paper Christmas Ornaments – Get Crafty!

You asked and we delivered! In our Handmade Holidays pictures, there are cute little ornaments that you were curious about. We heard your requests and we’re showing you how to make them! From Ali, our visual merchandiser, here are the instructions on how to make these cute paper ornaments.

Get your supplies ready, it’s time to make some ornaments!

Supplies Needed:

Old book, paper of your choice.

Hot glue gun

Scissors

Sizzix machine or something to create circles. The bottom of a cup could work as a template.

Twine or string of your choice

Step 1

Fold circle in half and then in half again.  This should give you a cone/triangle shape.  Do this eight times until you have eight individual triangles.

Eight finished triangles.

Step 2

Glue all of your triangles together.  The fold should face inward towards the center.

After gluing all of your triangles together you should end up with this.

Step 3

Glue remaining flaps of triangles together to give your ornament more shape and volume.

After gluing all of your flaps together, you should end up with your almost finished ornament.  It should look like this.

Step 4

Choose a string or ribbon of your choice to create a loop so you can hang your ornament.  Hot glue your string to the back of your ornament.

Finished!!!

And voila!  Just like that you have a unique and handmade ornament.

Triple Play! Wedge & Wing Quilt Tutorial

Join Jenny, Misty in Natalie in an all new Triple Play! Featuring 3 unique designs (and 3 bonus designs) using the new MSQC Wing Template.
Join Jenny, Misty in Natalie in an all new Triple Play! Featuring 3 unique designs (and 3 bonus designs) using the new MSQC Wing Template.

Hold onto your Santa hat, folks!

We’re celebrating Christmas in July with 3 festive quilts + 3 bonus projects made with our brand new Wing Template!

Christmas Tree Farm

The Christmas Tree Farm quilt from the Missouri Star Quilt Co Triple Play featuring the all new Wing Template.

Of course, these pretty new layer cake patterns would shine in any season, but we’ve added a sprinkling of Christmas magic with holiday fabric and machine quilting stitch patterns featuring snowflakes, jingle bells, and Christmas lights!

Layered Diamonds

The Layered Diamond quilt from the Missouri Star Quilt Co Triple Play featuring the all new Wing Template.

Best of all, each of these quilts has a mini, charm pack option. (Spoiler alert: Misty makes TWO table runners with just one charm pack!)

Just Wing It

The Just Wing It quilt from the Missouri Star Quilt Co Triple Play featuring the all new Wing Template.

Click HERE to watch this holly jolly Triple Play tutorial with Jenny Doan and the gals!

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Signature Quilt

Signature Quilt by Jenny Doan of the Missouri Star Quilt Company.

Signature quilts – or friendship quilts – first became popular in the 1840s. Sometimes they were used as sentimental wedding gifts. Sometimes they honored a beloved teacher or minister. And sometimes, they were carried across the plains by pioneer women as a reminder of dear friends left behind. 

These quilts were so cherished, many have survived the generations and can be found in hope chests and museums even today.

Signature Quilt by Jenny Doan of the Missouri Star Quilt Company.

This week, Jenny is making her own family signature quilt. It’s adorned with hand-written names of all the Doan kids and grandkids, and I have a feeling this pretty quilt will become more and more special as the years go by! 

Click HERE to watch the tutorial! 

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Making Waves Table Runner

The Making Waves Quilt from Missouri Star Quilt Co. Watch the Free Quilting Tutorial now!

You probably know John Adams as a Founding Father of the United States. But did you know he was also a fantastic party planner? It’s true! (Well, kinda…)

The Making Waves Quilt from Missouri Star Quilt Co. Watch the Free Quilting Tutorial now!

When independence was officially declared, John Adams wrote: “[This day] will be the most memorable in the history of America. It ought to be [celebrated] with pomp and parade, games, sports, and [fireworks] forever more.” His 4th of July plans were so much fun, we’ve celebrated John Adams-style for 245 years! 

But there’s just one thing Mr. Adams forgot: Quilts! Every good holiday needs quilts!

The Making Waves Quilt from Missouri Star Quilt Co. Watch the Free Quilting Tutorial now!

This week, Jenny is working on a festive quilt-as-you-go table runner in patriotic shades of red, white, and blue. And the best part? One charm pack makes TWO table runners!

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