Picture this: You’re holed up in a cabin in the woods. Snow falling. Fire crackling. (There’s probably a majestic moose strutting past the window…) Best of all? You’re wrapped up in your favorite new quilt, Disappearing Pinwheel Arrow, and life is pretty much perfect.
Get ready for cozy winter nights with today’s new Disappearing Pinwheel Arrow Quilt. It’s made with Riley Blake’s wilderness-themed High Adventure 10″ Stackers, and it’s so easy to make, you’ll have it finished before the snow flies! Click HERE to learn how!
Click on the button below to watch the full tutorial and get a list of all the supplies needed to make this quilt!
When a Kintsugi artist breaks a dish, there are no tears of regret. The cracks are fused with thick seams of gold, and the repaired dish is so beautiful, it’s even better than new!
In today’s new tutorial, you’ll learn how to make The Broken Orange Peel Quilt. We think you’ll agree, this “broken” pattern is just as pretty as the original!
Click on the button below to watch the Broken Orange Peel Tutorial and get the supplies to make your own version!
Yes, it’s July. Yes, we’re featuring Christmas fabric in our new tutorial! Anything to take our minds off of the sweltering Missouri summer heat!
What would happen if the One Seam Flying Geese Quilt and the Easy Cathedral Window Quilt had a baby? It would look a lot like the Flying Geese Diamond Quilt… and it would be the cutest baby ever.
This gorgeous quilt combines fast-as-lightning flying geese construction with deceptively simple curves for a look that is as stunning as it is easy! Click on the button to watch the tutorial and get all the supplies that Jenny used!
Raise your hand if the Ohio Star block is on your quilting bucket list! This is such a beautiful quilt block and so much easier to achieve than you might think! All you need is some small hourglass blocks and a square for the center! 🙂
Here’s what you need to make this quilt just like Jenny’s! This is a large quilt, but it will come together so quickly! 🙂
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I love the way a simple sashing gives each block its own importance. Those little strips of fabric are pretty powerful! But sashing isn’t just for framing blocks; they’re so much more versatile than that! Today we’re adding strips of sashing to half hexies in a classic hexagon braid pattern to create a block as beautiful as a stained glass window!
Something so simple as a sashing creates a completely new look to the familiar Friendship Braid Pattern and this beautiful quilt features Victory Findlay Wolfe’s new fabric line, Mostly Manor! Isn’t it fabulous?
Click on the button to watch the tutorial and shop for supplies to make this quilt! If you try it out, be sure to share a photo with us on social media using #sashedhalfhexagonquilt