All the quilts of my childhood had solid backs. Some pink, some red, some navy blue – all plain as plain. For years, it felt like the back of the quilt didn’t really matter at all. But when I started to notice pretty florals, sassy stripes, and exciting colors, I started seeing quilt backing as one more opportunity to let my creativity shine!
This week’s new project, the Sidekick Quilt, is a quick and easy pattern based on the friendship star. It’s cute and colorful, but just wait ‘til you see the backing fabric! It’s bold, fabulous, and anything but boring! Click HERE to watch the tutorial.
When Jenny is designing a new quilt, she always asks herself, “What happens if…?”
What happens if she rotates every other block? What happens if she snowballs two corners? What happens if she uses solids instead of prints?
Today’s new quilt came to life when Jenny found out what happens if HALF square triangles are cut in HALF. Click HERE to learn how to make the Half and Half quilt!
In a favorite Christmas storybook, a tiny Christmas elf dips his brush into a can of checkered paint as he works on a chessboard. Checkered paint! How magical is that? One quick brush stroke and the work is done!
In today’s new tutorial you’ll learn how to make the gorgeously intricate Checkered Dresden quilt, and it’s so simple, it’s almost as easy as a swipe of checkered paint!
Here are all the details to make your own Checkered Dresden Quilt! Yes, you really only need 2.5″ strips to make the dresden! This technique is so easy and the results are fabulous!
Click on the button below to watch the tutorial and get started on your quilt! You won’t believe how easy this method is!