Garden Stars is a beautifully busy quilt. Big Friendship Stars are accented by itty-bitty Friendship Stars on a crisp, white background. Everywhere you look there’s movement!
Intimidated? Don’t be! Take a closer look and you’ll see nothing more than half-square triangles, 4-patches, and super-simple Friendship Star sashing. Click HERE to learn how to put these basic elements together in your own Garden Stars Quilt!
Don’t laugh! I have boiled an egg before. But sometimes the yolk is too soft, and sometimes it turns green. And the shell never, ever comes off nicely. So I went seeking wisdom, and guess what? I actually learned a thing or two! (Add salt to the water; the eggs will peel like magic. True story.)
Today’s Super Simple Squares Quilt is as easy as boiling an egg – maybe easier- but you can count on Jenny to show you the slickest, most efficient way to make it.
I know you collect charm packs just waiting for the perfect easy project you could make with them… that is exactly where this tutorial comes in. It’s tried and true and requires very little thought/design ability. It’s quick, easy, and beautiful! That makes it especially perfect for those last minute holiday gifts or donation quilts!
Click on the button below to watch the tutorial and get all the supplies to make this quilt!
During the 17th century, a tumbler was a round-bottomed drinking cup. Now, I’m no cup expert, but that seems like an awfully inefficient design. I mean, what if poor Willoughby needed to set down his drink to grab a second serving of ox tongue soup? Would not his cup of ale tumble over and stain his beautiful new breeches? Thank goodness for the genius who invented flat-bottomed tumblers!
Today’s new tutorial, The Sashed Tumbler Quilt, is a beautiful tumbler design (flat-bottomed, of course.) It’s quick and easy, and a simple strip of sashing takes these blocks from “meh” to “wowowow!!!”
Click on the button below to learn how to make your own Sashed Tumbler Quilt and to get all the supplies needed!
Have you ever found yourself in the situation where you have beautiful fabrics and the cutest quilt pattern picked out, but then you can’t bear to cut your fabric up into such small pieces? The Friendship Star Sashing Quilt gives you the best of both worlds. You can keep your large 10″ squares without cutting into them, but still add a super cute flair to the sashing to give it a little something extra.
Here is all the info you need to create this quilt. You can click on the image to download a printable version of this as well!
Click on the button to watch the tutorial and shop for all the supplies you need to make your own Friendship Star Sashing Quilt!
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