Can you think of anything better than finishing a new quilt? I’ll wait. Got nothing? How about matching your brand new quilt with a stylish bandana! If you’ve just made an Adventureland quilt and aren’t quite sure what to do with those big, beautiful scraps, then let me show you how to make a patchwork bandana two different ways.
Knots. Tangles. Fraying. Breakage. UGH! These are the most frustrating things that can happen while hand sewing. What can you do to prevent them? Use thread conditioner! Most thread conditioners are made with all-natural beeswax, and while using it or not is an optional and personal choice, this handy little notion has many benefits.
Adventureland, the newest design in 2022, is now available and can be purchased in the shop! This modern quilt pattern is jelly roll friendly and made for beginner quilters or those looking for a speedy project.
In this post I'll share what fabrics I used, a couple sewing notions to make this quilt pattern flow together beautifully, and links to a thorough hand quilting tutorial if you would like to try some hand quilting on your Adventureland quilt.
Hey quilty friend, are you up for trying some simple free motion quilting scallops with me? These rolling hills or "organic scallops" are one of my favorite free motion quilting motifs. Why? Because you don't need to spend time drawing guide marks and once you get into a rhythm they are incredibly fast to sew.
A significant part of every day in my life with a toddler revolves around cars—from pointing at school busses on our walks, to waiting for the mail truck, and excitedly exclaiming "vroom" at every car that passes our house. And, of course, playing with toy cars!
This quilt tying tutorial is the most beginner-friendly way to finish a quilt. If you are a new quilter, using yarn or embroidery thread and these simple steps will secure your quilt layers quickly, effectively and last but not least, beautifully.