Traffic jams can be caused by construction, accidents, or even a herd of cattle. (Wait…does that only happen in Missouri?) But did you know a tractor-driving sheepdog once created a terrible gridlock? So did a runaway robot, a massive Santa balloon, and a 42,000 pound honey spill! I must say, I prefer a Roadblock made of fabric!
This week Jenny is whipping up a Roadblock quilt with strip sets and a handful of easy blocks. Click HERE to watch the tutorial!
What makes a sunset so special? I mean, every single night – just like clockwork – that same ‘ole sun sinks below the same ‘ole horizon. So why do we write poems and sing love songs and treasure every last drop of fading sunlight? It’s all in the details!
From the shape of the clouds to the moisture in the air, tiny variations work together to create a show of color and light as magnificent as it is unique! Orange and purple streaks. Dramatic rays of gold. Moody silver and navy blue. You just never know what Mother Nature has up her sleeve!
This week Jenny is working with two ordinary blocks: stars and 4-patches. Nothin’ fancy, nothin’ new. But when she stitches them together “just so,” The results are simply stunning! Click HERE to watch the tutorial!
What do you do to relax? Do put together jigsaw puzzles or work on crosswords? Do you enjoy pulling weeds or folding laundry? We all have our quirks, but the truth is, creating order out of chaos is the most satisfying feeling in the world. It’s what draws us to quilting and keeps us coming back for more.
This week’s new quilt is made with stacks and stacks of little pieces. This is the kind of project that just melts away my stress. Stitch by stitch, block by block, those pieces come together into a beautiful quilt and I am left feeling peaceful and accomplished and pretty darn proud of myself!
The Bear Paw Quilt is a darling pattern that uses a 2.5″ strips with a bit of background fabric. These precious paws come together with ease, just in time for the bears to come out of hibernation! 🙂 Click the image above or the button below to watch the mini tutorial of how it all comes together!
This mini tutorial shows you a fun, fast way to create a darling little petunia block. All you need is a roll of 2.5″ strips and some background fabrics. You are going to love how quickly this comes together! Click the button below to learn to recreate this quilt!