Are you a newbie sewer? Welcome! You have come to the right place. Today on the blog I have the 6 best beginner quilt patterns for new quilters! These patterns were written with you in mind so you will be able to make any of them with success!
This Mosaic quilt accents warm cream, walnut, and dusty orange with the rich hues of mulberry and peach. I took my favorite colors from the desert and brought them into one quilt!
You can get the Mosaic pattern here. The original Mosaic quilt was my first foray into hand quilting an entire throw-size quilt.
This modern medallion quilt pattern looks vastly different based on the colors and fabrics you pick. One fun way to test out color combinations is the free Recolor app.
The Grow quilt pattern will be available on Wednesday, March 11, 2020, but because I know it's fun to plan and shop for fabric, I want you to have the fabric requirements NOW!!
Join the Suzy Quilts Patterns Facebook Group to see a video on how to use the free Recolor app to color in the line mock-up included in all SQ patterns on your phone or tablet.
When thinking about modern textiles, words like "appliqué" and "fringe" are probably not at the top of your mental list. One is a traditional quilt motif and the other is...hmmm...what I request from my hair stylist every two years even though I KNOW BETTER.
Have you ever made a rainbow quilt? You may be surprised to read this, but I haven't made many. When I put fabrics together for a new quilt, I think a lot about where the quilt will live and how it will be styled in a room.
Today on the blog I have a foolproof 4-step guide that will help you plan your quilts this year. Planning and list-making is not my natural instinct. I'm usually more of a "go with the flow and see where the day takes me" kind of person.
In the latest edition of All-Access on Bluprint, join me and get the inside scoop on America’s largest annual quilt show, the Houston Quilt Festival. Inside these four exclusive episodes we meet some of the industry’s best as they share their stories, techniques and, of course, quilts!