Quilt photography can be a tricky thing. There's a lot to think about from lighting and scale down to the details of texture and color. Today on the blog I have a professional photographer to give us her 6 best tips on photographing a quilt.
This is the second design in a series of four quilts that represent the four seasons in a year, as well as seasons in our lives.
We love quilt history here at SQ, and we especially love anything and everything that has to do with our best friend, the sewing machine. In this post I share with you how the invention of the sewing machine changed sewing, and the whole world, forever.
One thing I love about quilting is that no matter how long you have been sewing, there's always a new technique or different approach to learn. You may be thinking that you have pressed thousands of seams over the course of your quilting career so you don't need a tutorial on how to press seams in a quilt.
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.