New Friday Tutorial: The Crosswalk Quilt Tutorial

MSQC New Tutorial on the Blog!

Make the Crosswalk Quilt using 2.5" Strips and 5" Squares! Free Video Tutorial with Jenny Doan!

There’s nothing as quaint as a small town. (Of course, as small town folks ourselves, we may be a tad bit biased!) I’m talking about the kind of place where you can step off your front porch and follow the sidewalk to the library, the park, or the corner bakery. It’s the kind of place where kids can ride their bikes all the way across town and the neighbors are friendly and familiar. 


Today’s new tutorial, The Crosswalk Quilt, was inspired by a beautiful line of fabric called Neighborhood. It’s simple and sweet, but intricate and eye-catching all at once.


Click on the image to watch the tutorial and get all the supplies you need to make your own Crosswalk Quilt! And if you share on social media, make sure you tag us and use #crosswalkquilt.

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New Friday Tutorial: The Friendship Pinwheel

MSQC New Tutorial on the Blog!

Love this Friendship Pinwheels Quilt from Missouri Star Quilt Co! Jenny Doan is such a great teacher... can't wait to make this one! FREE TUTORIAL!

Don’t you just love when you find a new spin on a classic tutorial? Even better when you can combine 2 favorites and that’s what Jenny has done with this new tutorial on the Friendship Pinwheel Quilt! It may look challenging at first glance, but it’s nothing you can’t handle! Here’s what you’ll need.


Isn’t the result so beautiful? I would love to see a patriotic quilt made in this pattern or a bright summery pattern…. it has warm weather written all over it!


Click the button to watch the video tutorial and shop for all the supplies that Jenny uses in this tutorial! Happy quilting!

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New Friday Tutorial: The Disappearing Pinwheel Five Quilt

MSQC New Tutorial on the Blog!

Disappearing Pinwheel 5 Pinnable

You just can’t have too many pinwheel quilt patterns, right??  This week’s tutorial is another brand new take on the pinwheel and it’s called the Disappearing Pinwheel Five!  It’s amazing what you can create from a basic classic pattern when you add a couple of extra cuts!  It’s easier than it looks and you’re just going to love watching the pattern transfer before your eyes!  Enjoy this week’s tutorial and be sure to share your versions on or on social media! 🙂

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Click on the button below to WATCH THE TUTORIAL and find everything you’ll need to get started!

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Dresden Quilt…Projects by YOU

Today I am thrilled to show off an amazing quilt made by Karen.  She lives in the UK and found our tutorials on Youtube, and wanted to show off her creation!

Don’t you just love the placement of the Dresden plates?

This is what Karen had to say about it:

“The quilt is my own, I made it up as I went along.

The quilt measures 71″ x 68″. As I stated before I used 4 charm packs, then added muslin for the background for the Dresden plates to be sewn onto. Each piece measures 21.5″ x 51″ unfinished. I then framed each piece with the rest of the charm squares. Then I added a flange which was a 1″ piece of fabric folded in half and sew round the outer edge before sewing a 6.5″ border (unfinished) on.

I also trapunto each plate by placing an extra piece of wadding underneath. The whole quilt was then handed quilted and a curved edge added to the corners before binding.”

Thanks so much for sharing your quilt with us Karen.  I just love the way it was laid out and put together!!  Beautiful!

Have a wonderful day!  It is Friday after all!  What are your plans for the weekend?  Are you gonna do anything ‘romantic’ for the Holiday on Monday!?

My kids are out of school again today, and I think we will make treats and Valentines to share with our friends.


Ps.  Don’t forget, if you are interested in our Bus Tour or retreats, let us know asap!