Sometimes simple things are the most beautiful: Catching a lacy snowflake on your tongue. The first scoop from a freshly opened jar of peanut butter. That magical moment at the end of the day when you can finally trade your jeans for your favorite stretchy pants (Hooray for elastic waistbands!)
Yep, I’m a big fan of the simple joys in life. That’s why I’m loving this week’s new quilt tutorial. Strips and Four Patches is uncomplicated and gorgeous – what more can you ask for?! (And if you’re looking for a quick lesson on chain piecing and assembly line quilting, Jenny will demonstrate a few tricks to speed up your quilt production!)
Click on the button to watch the tutorial and shop for supplies to make your own version of this quilt!
There’s nothing as quaint as a small town. (Of course, as small town folks ourselves, we may be a tad bit biased!) I’m talking about the kind of place where you can step off your front porch and follow the sidewalk to the library, the park, or the corner bakery. It’s the kind of place where kids can ride their bikes all the way across town and the neighbors are friendly and familiar.
Today’s new tutorial, The Crosswalk Quilt, was inspired by a beautiful line of fabric called Neighborhood. It’s simple and sweet, but intricate and eye-catching all at once.
Click on the image to watch the tutorial and get all the supplies you need to make your own Crosswalk Quilt! And if you share on social media, make sure you tag us and use #crosswalkquilt.
This Ribbon Star Quilt pattern is just so fun and you won’t believe how easily it all comes together! If you’ve ever made a log cabin block, the process is nearly the same… you just snowball two of the corners and you have a brand new block that makes a beautiful star when you put them together!
Isn’t it so cute? There are so many things you could do with this pattern using different styles of fabrics and we can’t wait to see what you create!
Click the button to watch the video tutorial and find all the supplies that Jenny used!