Radiance Quilt

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Radiance Quilt

I love a good template, and when that template can be used to create all sorts of different patterns, it earns top billing in my sewing room!

Radiance Quilt

For this week’s tutorial, Jenny used the Burst Block template—a longtime Missouri Star favorite. This template has been used in many fantastic projects, and the Radiance quilt is a beautiful addition to the collection!

Radiance Quilt

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Dakota Sunrise Quilt

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Dakota Sunrise Quilt

Designer Tula Pink knows a thing or two about color. Her solids are delicious shades of “limeade” “persimmon” and “hibiscus.” Best of all? She chose a gorgeously bold fuchsia and named it after herself, Tula Pink! (Now I’m wondering…what color would I pick for my own name?)

Dakota Sunrise Quilt

Click HERE to watch Jenny use Tula’s solids in the quick and easy Dakota Sunrise quilt. This one’s a stunner, and it’s so fun to make!

Dakota Sunrise Quilt

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Fall Shenanigans

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Learn to make this quick and easy Fall Shenanigans Wall Hanging!

There’s a wicked little chill in the air. The pumpkins are carved, the costumes are prepped, and I’ve already started sneaking candies from the trick or treat bowl. Halloween is just days away, but we still have one more weekend of holiday sewing to do!  

Jenny teaches you a fun mix up wall hanging for Fall!

This week Jenny is working on an adorable Halloween wall hanging featuring kitty cats, witch hats, and one great big pumpkin. Click HERE to learn how to make Fall Shenanigans!

Diagram of Fall Shenanigans Quilt.

(Jenny uses an Under a Spell layer cake by Jennifer Pugh for Wilmington. Click HERE to see our entire collection of Halloween fabric. We’ve got skeletons, monsters, and spiders galore!)

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Snail Trail Quilt

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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!

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Quilt Snips Mini Tutorial – Sail Away

Quilt Snips Mini Quilting Tutorials

Learn to creating this fun sail boat block in a few simple steps!

We love creating fast versions of previous tutorials we have featured. This Quilt Snip is of the Sail Away Block that comes together so quickly and it’s truly a BREEZE! … Get it? It’s a Sail Boat block… haha. 🙂 Click the button to watch the tutorial and shop for supplies!

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