Spooky season is here! In about one month, cute little ghosts and ghouls will dress up in their favorite costumes and ring doorbells to fill their bags with treats. And if you want to make something special for the kid in your life, this Halloween candy bag tutorial is for you!
We are celebrating Memorial Day here at Suzy Quilts by showing you six different examples of red, white, and blue quilt patterns and why they work so well in this color scheme. Lilo Whitener-Fey, one of the founders of Modern Service Quilts, and owner of Trace Creek Quilting, has made three of the beautiful quilts seen here.
Welcome back for Part II of the Maypole quilt sew along! I hope that Part I in this two-part series gave you loads of color picking inspiration and that you've narrowed your choices to 5 fabrics that you really love. This week is all about construction and trimming, along with some tips for working with woven fabric.
Crafty friends, this quilted floor pillow tutorial is one you'll be bookmarking so you can make it again and again. The reason is because at some point in your life, you've probably had to sit on the floor. It might've been while you were playing with your kids or grandkids, visiting some friends with limited seating, or maybe while you were waiting for a delayed flight at an airport.
I come to you today as a fun and fresh 32 year old, but in a matter of hours, I will be an old, wisened 33 year old. You see, tomorrow, December 20, is my birthday. And something I have discovered over my almost 33 years here on earth is that quilting...well...it
Making an outdoor quilt may not be on your radar. The concept, actually, might even sound a bit silly, however, if you have lived a moment like I did this morning, you’ll rethink your position.
This little slice-of-my-life story sounds exaggerated, but with Scrappy as my witness, it happened just moments ago.
Even though it's currently July rather than May, I could not bring myself to name this design anything other than Maypole. The interweaving ribbons of color remind me of a painting that has hung in my parent's house for the majority of my life.