The Courthouse Steps quilt is an oldie. A reeeaaaal oldie. We’re talking civil-war-era-old. But the courthouse steps quilt pattern hasn’t lost its visual charm, or its meaningful history – and I’m about to prove it. Get ready for everything you never knew you never knew about the Courthouse Steps quilt pattern.
The Sew Mojo #1 mini quilt pattern is available for purchase in the shop! This is the first in a four part mini quilt series, each one with a different creative "lesson."
Most of us probably know what mojo is, but sew mojo?
I love quilting with flannel. So soft. So snuggly. So many different plaids! But quilting with flannel can get a little tricky because of a few of flannel’s hidden quirks.
Here’s what flannel’s putting on its online dating profile: I love to snuggle by the fire on a chilly evening with hot apple cider.
It’s fall! And that means two things: pumpkin spice lattes and flannel.
Presenting: 4 FREE fun flannel quilt ideas! Flannel quilts are the perfect fall quilting project. These fuzzy patchwork blankets make great gifts, family photo props, and let’s face it, can you think of anything cozier than a flannel quilt draped over every chair?
This post is a follow up to a previous article – Sew Pro Convention: Part 1. If you are unfamiliar with Sew Pro, hop on over to that post for a quick skim. Also, Stephanie from Modern Sewciety and I chat all about it on her podcast.
This pattern has been revised and renamed since its original launch. Now named Summer Haze, you can purchase the PDF pattern that includes fabric requirements and instructions to make it in queen, twin, throw, and baby sizes. For the free baby quilt PDF pattern, scroll to the bottom of this blog post.
Download the Campfire Quilt Pattern here! Interested in making your own Log Cabin? I have a free blog tutorial here or, if you'd rather see a book full of patterns, below are a few fantastic options:
Even though I fall into the modern quilter category, one of my favorite topics of interest is the history and tradition of quilting.
So, you finished sewing together the body of your quilt, and you’re feeling like a rockstar. Yeah, I know that feeling. Like you could take on the world… but what you really want to do is just keep quilting. Well, hold on to that feeling, baby, because you still have to finish off your quilt with a killer binding.
If you are asking yourself, “What is Sew Pro? Why have I not heard about this?”
Take solace in that you may not be alone. Sew Pro is brand spank'n new and, if you're like me and hear about things 6 months after they happen, sadly you will have to wait until the next Sew Pro to hop in on the fun.