If you're like me, you own some configuration of a cube bookcase, cubby shelf or square bin organizer. (It's so popular it goes by many names.) After all, what's not to love about its simple boxy design perfect for cube bins that can hide (I mean...
Category Archives: Stars Hollow Quilt Pattern
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.
Does the thought of how to make bias binding have you running as far away from your sewing machine as possible? Even though straight grain binding may be a little more time-efficient, there are a lot of benefits to making your next quilt binding on the bias!
It’s one thing to hang a child’s beloved artwork on the fridge for all to admire, but how cool would it be to incorporate that artwork into a quilt? In this tutorial, guest blogger Erin Jones of Squirrel and Co. Quilts returns to teach us how to make a quilt using kids’ artwork!
Halloween is over... which means... IT'S CHRISTMAS!!! Whoah, slow down, isn't there another holiday coming up at the end of November? I'm normally the kind of person that waits until after Thanksgiving before putting up my Christmas tree, but this year is an exception.
Making a neutral quilt comes with it's own set of challenges. With all of the wonderfully bright fabric available, it's probably not your natural instinct to limit yourself, or your quilts, to soft, low-volume colors. Why would we do that when we have talented designers like Alison Glass, Tula Pink or the ladies of Ruby Star Society creating highly saturated new fabric designs every season!?
Finding a longarm quilter isn’t easy. Heck, finding a good babysitter isn’t easy, and they don’t even have to know how to bury threads! But here’s what longarm quilters and babysitters both have in common: they have to earn your trust, because you’re placing a prized treasure in their hands.
This post goes out to all of the parents of human children, pet children and/or spouse children. Basically if you have anything in your home that moves and can potentially make a mess, creating a space for a quilt design wall is not just a helpful idea, it's a necessary tool!
Love it? Hate it? Never heard of it? (To those who fall in that third category...really??)
Whether you are a die hard fan, a 4-season shoulder-shrugger…“meh, take it or leave it,” or a confused person who is currently Googling “Gilmore Girls,” (again….really???)