Every year as the days get shorter, a new star shows up to signal the arrival of fall. Fomalhaut, also known as the lonely star of Autumn, is so far away that the starlight we’ll enjoy this fall had to start its journey to Earth way back in 1991! Thank goodness that the Autumn Stars in today’s new quilt can be completed in just a few minutes!
Here’s what you need to make this stunning quilt!
We’re making MSQC history here! For the first time ever, you can buy a kit to make the exact quilt that Jenny makes in the tutorial (excluding backing fabric).
Click on the button below to watch the tutorial and get the supplies to make your own Autumn Stars Quilt!
Babies are the best, which is why we’re so willing to overlook how gross they can be. Runny noses, smelly diapers, and mysteriously sticky fingers all fade away when your little munchkin snuggles up for a love. And there’s just nothing sweeter than baby kisses! A smooch from those teeny, chubby, kissy-lips is enough to cast a spell on anyone!
With a few snowballed corners, this new Baby Kisses Quilt is pretty, pint-sized, and perfect for wrapping up your little angel. Plus, it’s so easy to make!
Click on the button to watch the tutorial and print out a list of all the supplies you need to make your own adorable Baby Kisses Quilt!
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50 light years from earth sits a white dwarf star with a core of pure diamond. Think of it! 10 billion trillion trillion carats, just floating around in outer space! (I’m suddenly feeling an inclination for space travel!) So beautiful, and yet, so out of reach! This new tutorial, however, features many diamonds that are easily accessible to even the least experienced quilter! This is one block that is as quick to make as it is pretty! It’s called Diamonds Squared and we know you’re just going to love it.
Make sure to watch the tutorial so you can learn how to make your own Diamonds Squared Quilt!
This tutorial features the beautiful Uppercase 2.5″ Strips by Janine Vangool for Windham Fabrics. Aren’t they gorgeous? They’re so bright and happy that they give the perfect pop to this quilt! In fact, we love it so much that we’ve teamed up with Janine to do a little fabric feature and giveaway!
The Uppercase Fabric line was inspired by Uppercase Magazine, which was founded by Janine Vangool and is operated by her and her family. The rich, saturated colors paired with neutrals brings this line full circle for any project that might need some happy, positive energy. Janine used small scale monocromatic prints in her designs to add depth to each color that can be used as a more dynamic alternative to solid color fabrics. If you can’t tell, we love it!
So, today we’re giving away a 1-year subscription to Uppercase Magazine (North American addresses only), 3 single copies of Uppercase Magazine (North American Addresses only), as well as a beautiful Uppercase Fabric Bundle! Find out the ways to enter below (All entry options are optional, but you have to choose at least one to enter!) That means there will be FIVE winners!!
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I fell instantly in love with this week’s new tutorial! This is a beautiful quilt that stands the test of time! All you need is a 4 patch and some snowballed corners and you’ve got the Double Square Star Quilt! Don’t you just love it??
Try it out and make sure to share your version with us on social media using #doublesquarestarquilt!
CLICK THE BUTTON TO WATCH THE FULL TUTORIAL AND SHOP FOR SUPPLIES!
Do you ever see a quilt and you’re just knocked down by how beautiful and then become completely discouraged thinking it’s way too difficult to ever be able to make yourself? You may think this is one of those quilts, but it’s not! It’s the Hunter’s Star Quilt and it’s stunning and WAY easier than you would ever think!!
This features the gorgeous Tucker Prairie Layer Cake by One Canoe for Moda Fabrics! Don’t you just love it??
Have you already decided which fabrics you’ll use to create this one? Let us know in the comments!
9 minutes into the video, Jenny shows a diagram of the 2 differently oriented blocks. Here’s the diagram!
Click on the button to watch the tutorial and see all the supplies that Jenny used to make this stunning quilt!