Welcome back, Quiltketeers! Last week we were slicin' and dicin' so this week we are ready to hit the pedal to the metal, of our sewing machine that is 🙂 Ready to make all of the pretty blocks? This is when our quilt really starts to take shape.
Are you left with extra scrap fabric from your last sewing project? A DIY quilted laptop case is just the project for you! This tutorial can be sized up or down to fit any size of laptop based on your measurements.
We're back with Week 2 of our New Horizons sew along! I'm skipping the small talk and cutting straight to the chase because this week is FUN! Over the next 7 days we are cutting out all of our fabric. I know some of you dread cutting, but believe me when I say that cutting the New Horizons quilt pattern is shockingly fast and surprisingly delightful!
If you're looking for a quick, eco friendly gift that's sure to impress, these reusable sandwich wraps are perfect! You can, ahem, wrap up this project from start to finish in about an hour, and whether you're making a gift for a loved one or for yourself, you'll have something lovely and useful for your next picnic or packed lunch.
If there's one thing quilter's love, it's our sewing machines. But more often than not, we only use a couple of the stitches our machines have to offer. That's why today, we are thrilled to bring you a tutorial about adding decorative stitching to clothes!
This blog post is a total baby bomb, but this quilt made me do it! How can such a soft and cozy quilt not also include my two-month old baby? Impossible! The New Horizons quilt pattern is now available!
This pattern checks all of the boxes for what I love in a quilt:
- Large pieces: These blocks are big and use large pieces of fabric making it perfect for double gauze and other scrumptious wovens!
The New Horizons quilt pattern is now available! The pattern includes fabric requirements and instructions to make a multi-color version and a limited-color version, as seen here.
The limited-color version is made with just one identical block set on point, so even though you will be cutting and sewing some side-setting triangles, this quilt pattern truly is beginner friendly.