Bouquets of roses. Long walks on the beach. Beautiful lines of poetry. There are plenty of ways to sweep a girl off her feet, but if you ask me, Jenny’s son Josh has romance down to an art. He teaches his dates to quilt!
A while back, Josh and his special lady friend stopped by the Sewing Center. They selected a few pretty scraps and stitched up a fun new star block. Talk about a night to remember! Click HERE to learn how to make Josh’s Star!
It’s always fun to see blocks made into other fabrics so here is Josh’s Star made from a Sycamore Layer Cake by Jan Patek for Moda Fabrics. To get this Layer Cake click HERE.
Be sure to click the button to watch the tutorial and shop for supplies, you can also click HERE for the free printable/downloadable PDF with the above diagram.
The first star of the evening seems to shine alone for quite some time until, gradually, another twinkle appears in the night sky. Then another and another, until suddenly an endless sea of sparkling stars fills the dark horizon.
Today’s new quilt is a star pattern, and while you work to put together one pretty star, you’ll find that sweet little pinwheels appear as if by magic! Before you know it, those beautiful blocks come together in a stunning display of stars and pinwheels. Click HERE to watch the tutorial.
Click the above image to download the FREE printable PDF.
I love little kitty cats and now I’m able to share my love for cats with this new, quick tutorial on the Pins & Paws Quilt! Click HERE to watch the full video and to shop for supplies!
This short clip is the simplest way to create a fun quilt using your Dresden Template and a pack of 10″ Squares!
Click HERE for the mini tutorial as well as the full tutorial that breaks this method down a little further!
This week’s new tutorial is the Totally Tulips Quilt, but Jenny is calling it Totally TULA! Why? It’s made out of Tula Pink’s new kitty-themed “Tabby Road” 10″ Squares, and this fabric is show-stoppingly GORGEOUS!
Click HERE to learn how to stitch up pretty blooms using snowballed corners and half-square triangles. It’s super easy and as cute at can be!
Click the above diagram for a free, printable PDF!