Welcome to both Week 2 and 3 of the Perennial quilt sew along! If you’re just now joining in, read back to this introductory post to get a quick overview, then grab the Perennial quilt pattern and dive in. These next two weeks are going to be action-packed fun, and I’m here to hold your hand and help by throwing in a few tips and pointers.
Liberty & Flowers is a free throw-sized quilt pattern download that is moderate in skill level because it uses triangle templates. Templates are included in the pattern and make this design ideal for fussy cutting specialty fabric and/or using fabric scraps.
This fabric scrap rope bowl tutorial is simple to follow and will show you how to make a beautiful decoration using leftover fabric! As crafters and sewers, having a stash of scrap fabric is inevitable. Most of us squirrel our fabric away, no matter how big or small.
Friends, after a full year of use, I'm here to report that I have found the best sewing cabinet for quilting and crafting! Folding leaves, legs on wheels, and lots of storage are just some of the reasons I love this piece of furniture.
As a quilter with fibromyalgia, I take care to keep repetitive tasks from causing me pain—so I’m a proponent of good sewing ergonomics. Anyone can learn to stay healthy and keep pain low in the sewing room!
Ergonomics is the study of people in relation to their working environments with the goal of boosting wellness and efficiency.
The first week of May is when we celebrate the teachers in our lives so we collected 10 gift tutorials for Teacher Appreciation Week! These are beginner-friendly sewing projects that you can probably make with scraps you already have and finish over the weekend!
This free modern quilted table runner tutorial can be customized to fit any table size and any color scheme. It's a simple enough pattern that a beginner sewist can make it and is a fast enough finish that you can make multiple table runners for those inevitable spills and necessary spins through the washing machine.