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I quilted all weekend on my Charming Chevrons quilt and am really pleased with the progress so far. It was pure bliss to sew for hours on end while my hubby entertained the kiddos with movies and games. But more … Continue reading
To finish off both the girl and boy versions of Baby Bricks, I am finishing my bindings by hand. I’m always needing a hand project that I can stitch while watching TV with the family! A limited number of Baby … Continue reading
I love adding free-motion quilting to my quilts whenever I can. That is why I chose to enhance my girl version of Baby Bricks with some decorative double loops. Step 1 – Securing the Blocks Before getting to the fun … Continue reading
Welcome to my second Do-It-Yourself Quilt Tutorial! (Click Here for the first one). What makes my quilt-along different and exciting? We will make the complete kit from start to finish including machine quilting. That’s the do-it-yourself part – no quilting … Continue reading
Wow! This is the last week for our Jolly Jelly Roll quilt along. But don’t worry – I’ve had so much fun that I will start a brand new do-it-yourself quilt tutorial next week. Start gathering your fat quarters to … Continue reading
For today’s show and tell we have a triple header! These three beautiful quilt tops come from Linda and Martha, a couple of friends who have been moving right along with my Jolly Jelly Roll do-it-yourself-quilt tutorial. These two gals … Continue reading
This week’s post is the one I’ve been waiting for. I think machine quilting is the best part of making a quilt, so I couldn’t wait to get my Vintage Modern jelly roll quilt top finished and basted so I … Continue reading
Since we will be quilting our Jolly Jelly Roll quilts this week, I thought it was an appropriate time to talk about sewing machine needles. Needles are often the least expensive but one of the most important components of making … Continue reading
Welcome to part 4 of my do-it-yourself quilt along! So far we’ve gathered our supplies, sewn the blocks, and completed our quilt tops. This week we will piece our backings and baste our quilts so that our Jolly Jelly Roll … Continue reading