I tell ya, when we were kids, we could twist and shout on the dance floor til dawn. But these days? Well, twist and shout have taken on a whole new meaning.
I bend to retrieve a fallen straight pin. “Ouch!” I turn to empty a snow shovel. “Woah, Nelly!” Yes, with this old body of mine, a simple little twist sure can make me shout!
This week, stitch together a Twist and Shout quilt that’s so quick and easy, you’ll feel like a kid again!
My very favorite quilts are the kind of quilts that are used and enjoyed. The ones that snuggle a baby or keep Mom warm during chilly little league games. The ones that follow you to the beach and the mountains and dozens of family picnics. They may end up with a smudge or a stain, but these quilts are always the best loved – and so full of memories!
This week Jenny is whipping up a pretty new pinwheel quilt that comes together so quickly, it will soon be ready for many grand adventures! Click HERE to watch the tutorial!
The first star of the evening seems to shine alone for quite some time until, gradually, another twinkle appears in the night sky. Then another and another, until suddenly an endless sea of sparkling stars fills the dark horizon.
Today’s new quilt is a star pattern, and while you work to put together one pretty star, you’ll find that sweet little pinwheels appear as if by magic! Before you know it, those beautiful blocks come together in a stunning display of stars and pinwheels. Click HERE to watch the tutorial.
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We love Pinwheel blocks and we love the simplicity of precuts, so this mini tutorial demonstrates an easy way to create one with the other! Watch the Kindred Pinwheel tutorial and find out how to make this darling pinwheel using 5″ squares and a bit of back ground fabric.
Click HERE to watch the full tutorial and get your supplies!
I grew up loving Anne of Green Gables. Even now, Anne’s wisdom follows me wherever I go.
“Tomorrow is a new day with no mistakes in it.”
“I went looking for my dreams outside of myself and discovered, it’s not what the world holds for you, it’s what you bring to it.”
Today’s new quilt, Kindred Pinwheels, is a beautiful pattern brought to life by Anne of Green Gables fabric by Riley Blake Designs. Click HERE to watch the tutorial!