If you're looking to make your lunch special by adding a cute new accessory, this quilted lunch bag tutorial is for you! Whether you're planning a spring picnic, heading to the office, or looking for a handmade touch for your child's lunch, this project will make your afternoon pop.
Here at Suzy Quilts HQ, we are always happy to help new quilters learn skills, like how to read a quilt pattern. Making that first quilt can be intimidating. What does WOF mean? What’s the right side of the fabric? What are sub-cuts?
The Voyage quilt pattern is now available! It includes instructions for a multi-color quilt as well as this subtle two-color quilt.
I personally love this design because it combines my two passions – graphic design and quilting. The Voyage quilt pattern fully encapsulates a modern aesthetic while strongly pulling from the rich heritage of traditional quilt blocks.
Using ice dyed fabrics can add a unique touch to your next quilt. Because of the way ice dyed fabrics are made, no two pieces are the same. And they can be used seamlessly in quilts, mixed with solids, neutrals, or prints.
We've all worked hard to get the perfect mitered corners on our quilts, but have you ever tried making gently rounded quilt corners? Rounding your corners adds a special touch, creating a sweet look and feel to your finished quilt. This technique is especially well suited for baby quilts, but can be applied to any quilt you're making!