When I think of an English garden, I picture quaint gravel paths that divide shrubs and hedges like strips of sashing on a quilt. I picture drizzly afternoons and neat rows of pretty blooms. I picture cozy cups of tea sipped on quiet garden patios. I picture peace, order, and beauty.
This week Jenny has packed all the charm of a real English garden in her newest quilt. Click HERE to watch the tutorial!
I love a good template, and when that template can be used to create all sorts of different patterns, it earns top billing in my sewing room!
For this week’s tutorial, Jenny used the Burst Block template—a longtime Missouri Star favorite. This template has been used in many fantastic projects, and the Radiance quilt is a beautiful addition to the collection!
Picture this: It’s September 21, 2018. Quilters from across the globe have gathered in Hamilton, Missouri, for the quilting face-off of the century at our 10th Birthday Bash.
All too soon, the final buzzer sounds. Jenny’s quilt is still in pieces. She is out of time!
Fast forward to today. Jenny’s quilt is finally complete, and it’s a real stunner! (Spoiler alert: Snowballed corners come together as teeny bonus pinwheels! You’re gonna love it!)
This fun Falling Triangles design not only makes a large quilt but also a gorgeous one. This is also an excellent pattern to do in masculine prints. The possibilities are endless. Click HERE to watch the full tutorial!