Flipped Corners Tutorial for Quilt Blocks, Part 1

Flipped Corners is an easy and versatile technique for making many kinds of quilt blocks. You can add a triangle to any corner by simply sewing a square on top of a base square or rectangle. Let’s practice flipping the opposite corners on background squares. Cut Your Squares Cut four 3″ squares for the dark […]

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2017 New Quilt Bloggers Hop

New Quilt Bloggers Hop Welcome to my stop on the 2017 New Quilt Bloggers Blog Hop! As a very new quilt blogger I am excited to be part of this fun blog hop. Many thanks to our hosts Yvonne @Quilting Jetgirl, Leanne @she can quilt and Beth @Cooking Up Quilts for organizing this and for being such amazing mentors. […]

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Slice and Insert Quilt

Slice and Insert Quilt Technique to the Rescue

The Challenge My quilt guild recently held a challenge that our makers of quilt fun called Divide and Conquer. Each person started with one yard of randomly selected fabric. We each ripped our yard in half and passed one half to the next person. Then we ripped the half yard we just received in half […]

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Pop Art Flowers Mini Quilt

Here is a look at my most recent finish, a Pop Art Flowers mini quilt made for a black and white quilt swap. It was my very first quilt swap, so I’m no longer a swap virgin. It was a fun excuse to design a mini quilt and I loved following the progress of quilters […]

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Six Essential Tools for New Quilters

Just for fun yesterday I posted a picture of my lint roller on Instagram. It is a tool that I use frequently to tame those loose threads that cover every surface in my sewing studio, including my clothes. It started me thinking about just what are the most essential tools for new quilters. In the quilting world […]

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