You did it! In four weeks you made this quirky quilt top from start to finish. Way to go, you! During the final week of the Garland sew along we trim our improv strips, sew the quilt top together, then trim everything down.
Hey hey, Quiltketeers! Welcome to Week 2 in the Garland sew along! I hope you enjoyed the Week 1 IG LIVE. If you missed it, and still have some doubts about your fabric selection, you can watch the video in last week's post.
Raise your hand if a pretty FQ bundle makes your heart skip a beat. OK now raise your hand if you enjoy cutting horribly creased and wrinkled fabric. No? Nobody? Me neither! That's why I filmed this quick video tutorial showing you the best way to prepare fat quarters for quilting.
Welcome, Quiltketeers, to another year of sew alongs! This is the Garland quilt sew along and I'm so glad you're here. I have a good feeling about all the quilts you're going to make in 2023. I also know about a few surprises coming your way in the next two months, which makes me even more excited for you!
Deck the halls with thread and bobbins, fa la la la la la la la la! Wait...that's not how the song goes? After reading our roundup of the top 10 sewing stocking stuffers, you'll be singing along with us!
In this blog post, you'll find great ideas for small quilting and sewing items that will fit in your Christmas stocking.
Every year the Suzy Quilts team likes to come up with a theme, or intention, to help navigate our cretivity throughout the year. The theme for 2022 has been Companions, as you've seen with our past pattern releases.
In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to dye fabric with onion skins — something you probably have in your kitchen right now! No need to cry, we won’t be chopping those onions. All you need are the onion skins to make your own unique fabric in stunning and deep colors.