Hooray for making it to the end of the Perennial quilt sew along! During week 5, we will sew our rows together and complete our quilt tops. Who doesn't love that feeling of sewing your last stitch? I know I do.
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Welcome to Week 4 of the Perennial quilt sew along! If you’re just now joining in, read back to this introductory post to get a quick overview, then grab the Perennial quilt pattern and dive in. Even though we are just over halfway through, it's not too late to join us!
Welcome to both Week 2 and 3 of the Perennial quilt sew along! If you’re just now joining in, read back to this introductory post to get a quick overview, then grab the Perennial quilt pattern and dive in. These next two weeks are going to be action-packed fun, and I’m here to hold your hand and help by throwing in a few tips and pointers.
Welcome, fellow quilters, to Week 1 of the Perennial quilt sew along! I know you're as excited as I am to make this much loved Suzy Quilts pattern. The Perennial quilt is perfect for spring, very scrap friendly, and is a great introduction to improv cutting.
Hello, quilters! I am so thrilled to sew together as we make a Perennial Quilt! You may notice that I am a new face to the SQ blog, but I'm not new to SQ quilts. I've made many Suzy Quilts patterns over the years and have been sewing for almost 20 years.
Happy New Year, friends! If you’re anything like me, your scrap bins are positively overflowing from last year’s projects. One of my quilty resolutions for this year is to use more scraps than I make. So with that in mind, let’s make a scrappy quilt!
Do you have a beautiful bundle of pre-cuts calling your name? Once you've bought your lovely pre-cut fabric, the next step is finding the perfect quilt pattern for them. If you love Suzy Quilts patterns, this guide to the best pre-cut friendly Suzy Quilts patterns is your new go-to.
With the holidays quickly approaching, you may be thinking about what to wear for the holidays. For me, I usually opt for the stretchiest pair of leggings I can find paired with a chic oversized sweater, perfect for maximized feasting capacity.
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.