Are you ready to sew up the cutest gnome mini quilt ever? Here’s the free pattern for my gnome block – sew two to make a Gnome Forest Quilt.
It’s not too late to have a gorgeous handmade table runner for the holidays! This easy quilted table runner is made with my favorite little quilt block – the half square triangle. If you happen to have a bunch of extra HST’s in your stash, here’s a great way to use them!
Merry Christmas in July… This is my present to you (because I love my readers so much!) – a complete pattern for the Merry Stars Quilt! I designed this quilt a couple years ago and made a smaller version for my family. At the time, Christmas was fast approaching so I was forced to just give you a brief ‘how I did it’ cliff notes version of the pattern. Inspired by these adorable Christmas fabrics from Ink & Arrow, I decided to make a bigger and better Merry Stars Quilt and finally write a real pattern!
Those charm square fabric bundles that they keep next to the cash register are so tempting! How many do you have in your stash? Here’s the perfect quilt pattern to use up a charm square bundle – it’s easy and fast and you’ll need just 1 1/4 yards of background fabric to finish it up.
Do you have 5 minutes to make a baby quilt? Okay, you’ll need more than 5 minutes, but this baby quilt can easily be sewn in an afternoon. How great is that when you need a baby shower gift for that same evening! Let me show you how to use soft and cozy Nantucket Patchwork Plaid fabric from Fabric Wholesale Direct and this will be your most wallet friendly quilt too.
Sew up a beautiful Irish Chain Quilt with a Christmas theme! This free pattern is for a generous 77’’ x 77’’ size throw quilt, but you could easily make it larger or smaller. There are two main blocks that I use in an alternating pattern – plus red and cream colored sashing.
Learn how to make a rag quilt – using any fabric you want. This is the ultimate guide.
I probably should have given this quilt a better name. On the day I made it the design reminded me of Candy Corn! It’s a fall quilt for me, but it doesn’t have to be. I’m sure it would make an adorable Christmas quilt too.
Let me go re-make it on EQ8 and see…
Sew up a darling holiday quilt to keep you and your loved ones cozy all season long!
The Little Trees Quilt isn’t just for Christmas, though. Pine trees are evergreen – so this sweet quilt can be enjoyed during any season, don’t you think?
Sew a quilt top in a day with my super fast new method!
Did I mention that this is a strip quilt?
That means you’ll cut strips, sew them together, cut, sew again, and be done!
By the way, the seams will nest at every single intersection. I’m an OCD quilter and I didn’t use a single pin so that might be my favorite part, lol.