Connecting quilt binding doesn't need to be a complicated process, and it most definitely doesn't need to be something you dread. This tutorial will show you the easiest way to connect quilt binding, but do you know the best part? It's also fast and looks great too.
My fellow adventurers, after only a few weeks you have already made it to the end of the Adventureland sew along! Yay! Phase 4 of our mission is sewing the large triangle blocks together and trimming the quilt top. I've seen some questions in the Suzy Quilts Patterns Facebook group about trimming so we will spend a lot of time talking about options and tips to help you feel confident when making those cuts.
Can you think of anything better than finishing a new quilt? I’ll wait. Got nothing? How about matching your brand new quilt with a stylish bandana! If you’ve just made an Adventureland quilt and aren’t quite sure what to do with those big, beautiful scraps, then let me show you how to make a patchwork bandana two different ways.
Hey, Quiltketeers! Welcome back to Week 2 in the Adventureland quilt sew along. I hope you are feeling good about your fabric selections because this week we move on to Phase 2 of our mission—cutting. I've been told by many of you that cutting is your least favorite part in the quilt-making process.
Welcome fellow thrill-seekers, dreamers and adventurers! We gather once again to start something new and oh so exciting—the Adventureland quilt sew along! Are you new to SQ sew alongs or maybe sew alongs in general? If so, I encourage you to read this introduction post so you don't miss out on all the benefits of sewing along with us as well as the various ways to get involved.
Welcome, quilty friends! I am so excited to get back in the saddle and start a new sew along adventure with you! The Adventureland quilt pattern is a new take on a simple strip quilt. Let me tell ya, folks, this is the best modern quilt pattern for a beginner quilter, especially if you start with a precut bundle of 2.5" strips.