In this week’s tutorial, Jenny is working on a tricky old block. Of course, with precuts and a few tips and tricks, you’ll have no trouble whipping up this pretty quilt!
It’s called Snail Trail, but those fantastic swirls remind me of ocean waves, whirligigs, or swirling tornadoes. This quilt is so full of movement and energy, no one would ever guess how easy it is to put together!
And! To make things even more easy-peasy, our team has put together an awesome, printable, PDF file that breaks down exactly how to cut up your 10″ squares! How great is that!? Click the Diagram above or below for the full print out!
Click HERE to watch the tutorial!
Today we’re working on a Nine Patch on Point quilt, and – you guessed it – it’s just as easy as it is pretty! (Psst! Pay close attention, because the principles demonstrated in this tutorial will allow you to put almost any block “on point.”)
Jenny whips up 9-patches at lightning speed with strip sets made from a beautiful “Gingham Girls Rolie Polie” by Amy Smart. Add four extra seams, and you’ve got an easy peasy block on-point! Click HERE to watch the tutorial!
Jenny demonstrates how to make a quick and easy Linked Up quilt using yardage and just one pack of 5 inch squares of precut fabric (charm pack). She used Coney Island Charm Pack by Fig Tree & Co. (Joanna Figueroa) for Moda Fabrics.
Click the button below to watch the full tutorial and get all the supplies needed to make the Linked Up Quilt.
I’m an excellent cook – as long as the recipe is easy to follow! Break it down into easy-to-follow steps, and I’m sure I could conquer even those most intricate of dishes. (But leave me to my own devices, and we might have to call in pizza for dinner!)
Today we’re working on a brand new kind of “recipe,” Cake Mix Recipes by Miss Rosie’s Quilt Co for Moda. These pattern pages sit on top of your 10 inch squares to guide you every step of the way.
Click HERE to see how easy it is to whip up a Sweet Treats Quilt, one stitch at a time!
April showers bring May flowers, but we want blooms now! So even though our tulips are snoozing under a foot of snow, we’re stitching up a garden of pretty petals!
Today we’re using simple snowballs to create a Dizzy Daisy out of 10” squares. Click HERE to learn how!