This week’s new tutorial is the Totally Tulips Quilt, but Jenny is calling it Totally TULA! Why? It’s made out of Tula Pink’s new kitty-themed “Tabby Road” 10″ Squares, and this fabric is show-stoppingly GORGEOUS!
Click HERE to learn how to stitch up pretty blooms using snowballed corners and half-square triangles. It’s super easy and as cute at can be!
Click the above diagram for a free, printable PDF!
Our favorite thing about Autumn isn’t all the delicious pumpkin spice treats, football games, hayrides or cute decor (although we love all of those things). Our favorite part about Autumn is all the new fabric collections that are pouring through our doors! Take a look at some of the beautiful lines below and be inspired! 🙂
If you love a fun print that doesn’t have to be the star of the show, you’re sure to love the new Modern Backgrounds by Zen Chic for Moda Fabrics. This collection is full of subtle prints that will add an extra dimension to any project you’re working on!
Did you know that Tula Pink actually grew up just about 50 miles from Hamilton, MO where Missouri Star Quilt Company is located? We are blessed to see Tula’s face in the shop every so often and we are in love with her new line, Slow and Steady for Free Spirit Fabrics.
Brighten Up! by Me & My Sister Designs for Moda Fabrics is the perfect fabric for a little girl’s quilt. Between the bright colors and fun prints, it’s sure to put a smile on their face! Wouldn’t it look great in a Surprise Pinwheel Quilt? Shop the Brighten Up! Collection HERE.
We hope you enjoy oohing and aahing over all of these new lines as much as we did. If you’re a Star Wars fan, be sure to take a look at the new Star Wars: Rogue One Collection by Camelot Design Studio HERE. And you can browse through all the newest fabrics HERE.
I am sure that you all have a few thousand pounds of scraps in your stash. Those beloved bits of your favorite fabric….you know what I am talking about, right!? (We used Riley Blake, April Cornell, American Jane, Tula Pink and other various scraps.)
Well, we decided to make some cute little clips with the fabric covered buttons. We made ponytail holders and snap clips (barrettes) and we just love them! They are perfect to brighten any outfit! And perfect for those small pieces of your favorite fabric, you just can’t throw away!
It was a lovely weekend. How was yours?
FYI: this is a very addictive project. You will not be able to stop. I swear. But, since Christmas is right around the corner…..You’ll have the perfect excuse. How cute would they be all wrapped up as gifts!??! Oh my. Now I am in real trouble.
We have now uploaded a video tutorial for you all to enjoy! Learn how to make a fabric covered button and a pony tail holder!! Go here!
When I saw this fabric…Nest by Tula PinkI fell in love! It is so bright and happy! I love the color! So I bought a few…(three) layer cakes! and started to dream. The possibilities were endless really…I finally settled on an easy one…Cut one layer cake into hourglass blocks. and the second layer cake into four patch, the third may become the border…we shall see!
The Hourglass blocks are made by cutting each 10″ square across diagonally from corner to corner Then you mix up your fabric…(this, for me, is very time consuming:) Then you sew two sides together, press toward the dark fabric, and then join the two triangles and you’ll have a nice hourglass square…Now onto the four patch…Cut each of your squares in half horizontally and vertically…you will then have four 5″ squares. Mix them up and sew them back together! always pressing toward the dark and lining up your seams.
Next I mixed up all my squares and laid them out on the floor…Alternating hourglass and four patch until I was pretty sure I liked it….It’s really a fabulous (Easy) pattern…I’m still in love! I added a 3″ strip of white for the inner border….Now I am debating what to do for the outer border…piano key? a scalloped edge? turquoise? lime green? yellow? red? This may take a while!!!