I think it’s time to take our relationship to the next level, so periodically, I’m going to give you an inside peek at my diary.
In a previous post we created an ombré Triangle Jitters quilt by combining the required yardage from the pattern into 8 fat quarters. With that quilt we used some fabulous ombré fabric by V and Co. This time around, however, I’ll be using solid fabric fat quarters to create an ombré quilt.
We have Rachel Thomeczek, of Wren Collective, here to share with us about the different types of quilting rotary cutters available and what they're all used for. Want to know more? Keep reading!
Quilting rotary cutters--every quilter's best friend. Nothing slices and dices our favorite fabric like these nifty little tools.
Allow me to be your quilty couples therapist today because we need to talk about something serious – the relationship between you and your sewing machine. Rumor has it you've been in a sewing rut and I have 3 fool-proof strategies to pull you out.
Learning how to sew curves is just like learning how to ride a bike. Do you remember that first time riding without the training wheels? As a little girl, I would have been quite content to cruise around the neighborhood with my training wheels still on until my bags were packed for college.
Founder of Closet Case Patterns, Heather Lou, may be a sewing superstar but she’s also Just Like Us! She had a closet crammed with ill-fitting clothes, but was overwhelmed by the prospect of sewing (most of us can identify with at least one of those!) For one year, she decided to stop buying, and start making.