Thrivers, you made it! You are so close to victory you can probably smell it, and it smells like spray starch and sew machine oil. Yummm! This week we wrap up our six-week sew along making the Thrive quilt pattern.
In this easy tutorial, I'll show you a fast way to sew face masks for kids. With fall quickly approaching, your kiddo might be looking forward to joining activities again, and potentially heading back to a school setting.
Determining when and how to re-enter these social situations is a question we won't be tackling today, but there's a good chance that somewhere along the line, your child might be required to wear a mask.
Quilt photography can be a tricky thing. There's a lot to think about from lighting and scale down to the details of texture and color. Today on the blog I have a professional photographer to give us her 6 best tips on photographing a quilt.
Hello fabulous sewist! Are you looking for a project that's a bit faster than making an entire quilt, but still looks great in your living room? Quilted pillows are fast, fun and totally addicting to make! This easy, beginner-friendly tutorial will show you the simplest way to finish a pillow.
My lovlies, we have arrived at everyone's favorite part (well, most everyone's favorite part) of the quilt-making process...the sewing! Can you believe it took us two weeks to start sewing during a sew along?
The wait is over and it's time to rev up those sewing machine engines.
This is the second design in a series of four quilts that represent the four seasons in a year, as well as seasons in our lives.