Cotton batting is hands down the most popular choice of batting for quilters today. Some may even call it the quilting world’s MVP because it has long been inducted into the crafting Hall of Fame. Even though it's a common choice, cotton batting is far from average.
We're back with Week 2 of the Grow quilt sew along! This week we let out our inner tiger and do lots of ripping and roaring. Are you ready to get wild??
If you're finding this sew along for the first time, be sure to check out our first introductory post so you know all about the great prizes and schedule for each week.
With every day of quarantine that drags on, I get more and more emails and messages from fellow sewers and crafters asking me for a protective face mask sewing pattern. Nurses, doctors and other healthcare professionals have requested these handmade fabric masks because of a shortage of medical grade PPE (Personal Protective Equipment).
This Mosaic quilt accents warm cream, walnut, and dusty orange with the rich hues of mulberry and peach. I took my favorite colors from the desert and brought them into one quilt!
You can get the Mosaic pattern here. The original Mosaic quilt was my first foray into hand quilting an entire throw-size quilt.
Welcome!! It's finally the beginning of our Grow quilt sew along (#GrowQuiltSA on Instagram)! Click here to get your Grow quilt pattern and scroll to the bottom of this post for this week's prize details. If you are hearing about this sew along for the first time, I encourage you to read this introductory blog post on all of the details, prizes and schedule.
Scroll to the bottom of this post for your free quilt pattern coloring sheets! These sheets are created as an easy-to-print multi-page PDF. You can print one quilt pattern or all of them. Each sheet is 8.5" x 11" and can be printed at home for your kids or yourself!