I’ll always remember 2020 as the year we stayed home. We wore stretchy pants. We watched movies. We sewed and sewed and sewed (and sewed). And, we baked A LOT of banana bread.
Some days were boring; some were lonely. But through it all, I’ve felt grateful for the peace and safety of these four old walls. Dorothy was right, there’s no place like home.
For this month’s Triple Play tutorial, Jenny and the gals used Daisy & Grace’s tiny house quilt-as-you-go templates to make a garland, a pillow, and two different table runners.
These sweet little houses can be sewn by hand or machine, and they come together easy-as-pie. Best of all, the quilt top, batting, backing, and binding are all completed in one fell swoop. Once you’re done, you’re done! Click HERE to watch the tutorial!
Did you know Pablo Picasso was a classically trained artist? His traditional realism was as beautiful as any on earth.
But, early in his career, he started to experiment—and that’s how he became one of the most famous artists of all time. Picasso said, “Learn the rules like a pro, so you can break them like an artist.”
In this month’s Triple Play tutorial, the Doan ladies are “breaking the rules” with the Ohio Star.
You will be amazed at the magic they create with the addition of a cornerstone here and a snowballed corner there. From an itty-bitty mini quilt to a big ol showstopper, these projects are true works of art! Click HERE to watch the tutorial!