Our dear friend Lynne Hagmeier of Kansas Troubles Quilters is celebrating a major milestone: 20 years of designing for Moda! During that time, Kansas Troubles Quilters has put out 65 different lines of fabric. That’s literally thousands of different colors & prints! What an accomplishment!
Today Jenny will show you how to use the “Milestone” collection to whip up a cute little block designed by Lynne! Click HERE to watch the tutorial!
Today, folk artists use modern elements to create an antiquated look. At Missouri Star Quilt Co., we have a shop filled with these primitive-inspired fabrics. From muted browns and blacks, to woven gingham, and brilliant star and rag-doll patterns, Primitive & Wool has it all!
As you walk along the walls of muted color, it would seem candles light your way with eighteenth century-inspired lights that hang from an adorned, gold ceiling.
Antique wagons, galvanized tubs, and homemade barn-wood shelves hold merchandise ready for the taking!
And if you’re are wondering where you can find some embroidery thread, Primitive & Wool, is where you’ll make your stop. Plus, this unique store is also where we have our wool kits stored. Pick one up and make something cozy-cute!
Make your way to Quilt Town, USA and shop your favorite primitive prints in Primitive & Wool! For even more old-school styles, check out the Missouri Star Mercantile for Civil War era reproductions and 1930’s-inspired fabrics!
Tell us about your primitive themed quilts, furniture, home decor, and other rustic-y projects. What is your favorite thing about Americana?
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.
Click the above image to download the FREE printable PDF.
This Ribbon Star Quilt pattern is just so fun and you won’t believe how easily it all comes together! If you’ve ever made a log cabin block, the process is nearly the same… you just snowball two of the corners and you have a brand new block that makes a beautiful star when you put them together!
Isn’t it so cute? There are so many things you could do with this pattern using different styles of fabrics and we can’t wait to see what you create!
Click the button to watch the video tutorial and find all the supplies that Jenny used!