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I am excited to share a finish with you today! I actually finished it last week just in time for it to win a ribbon in my guild’s quilt show. But with all of the quilt show excitement, I didn’t … Continue reading
This week’s lesson is probably the most fun part of making this quilt! Today I will focus solely on quilting decorative flowers in the center of the O’s (or in my case the space in between the x’s). Because of … Continue reading
Although machine quilting is my absolute favorite part of making a quilt, stitching in the ditch is my least favorite part of the quilting process. Stitching in the ditch means quilting right in the middle of the seam lines, usually … Continue reading
I am excited to share a WIP/block finish with you today! I am participating in Pile O’Fabric’s Skillbuilder Block of the Month series where we sew and quilt two blocks a month using quilt-as-you go techniques. I’ve never made a … Continue reading
For show and tell today, I want to introduce you to my new friend and amazing machine quilter, Lisa Sipes. I was first introduced to Lisa’s work when I attended Road to California last year. Her quilt, BeDazzled really dazzled … Continue reading
Here are a couple of great finishes from followers of my previous quilt-alongs: Joanne P. finished her version of Baby Bricks featuring some fantastic geometric prints. It looks very modern and makes me want to make another one to try … Continue reading
Welcome to those of you coming here from Alyssa’s Technique Tutorial Tuesday on her blog at PileOFabric.com. This is a long post so sit back, relax, and read awhile! Today I will be presenting an introduction to Free-Motion Quilting (FMQ … Continue reading
I’ve come to the end of my Charming Chevrons tutorial and it’s kind of sad. I really loved every minute of making this quilt! Today I will demo binding. Scroll to the end for links to the previous steps plus my … Continue reading
I love quilting pebbles! I have stippled my quilts like crazy for the last 10 years, but just recently got the hang of pebbling. Jut in time, too, as I was on stipple burnout!! The time it took to finish … Continue reading