Turning carbon into a diamond is no easy task. It takes about 725,000 pounds of pressure and 2,200 degrees of heat. So…probably not something you can whip up over the weekend.
But if you’re looking to make diamonds out of squares, you’re in luck! The Charm Quilt on Point is so quick and easy, you’ll have those squares standing on their tippy toes in no time! Click HERE to watch the tutorial!
Butter, eggs, sugar, vanilla. Whether you are making basic cupcakes or a temperamental chocolate souffle, you’ll probably start with the same simple ingredients. The magic is in how you put ‘em together!
Today’s new quilt is a lovely pattern with intricate criss-crosses and circles. No one will ever guess that it’s just made up of simple bow tie blocks! It’s all in how they’re put together! Click HERE to watch the tutorial!
Click the above diagram to view the free printable PDF!
September has arrived, and I’ve already noticed the first few signs of fall. The sun is setting earlier, there’s a little chill in the morning air, and the geese are on the move! No matter how hot the sun is shining, that first southbound flock of the season tells me autumn is on it’s way.
We’re celebrating the arrival of fall with today’s new quilt, “Take Flight.” It’s a beautiful flying geese pattern that’ll keep you toasty all winter long. Click HERE to watch the tutorial!
Click the above image for a FREE Printable PDF of this quilt.
Twinkle, twinkle, beautiful quilt… I can’t believe how quickly you were built!
Ask a scientist, and she’ll tell you exactly what the stars are: burning-hot gases like hydrogen and helium. (Not quite as romantic as diamonds in the sky.)
But if you ask Jenny, she’ll show you how to make your own twinkling stars out of the simplest quilting ingredients: half-square triangles and 4-patches.
Isn’t it darling? Which fabrics will you use to create this adorable star?
Click on the button to pick out your supplies and watch the video!