We usually have at least two leftover dinner nights in my house each week. We try to make use of what we have so it doesn’t go to waste. That’s the whole idea, right? Did you know that you can take the same principle and apply it to your sewing
It is a fairly regular occurrence around my house to see us sitting with a cup of tea and a snack while lazily reading a good book. We’re all bookworms at my house 🙂 My favorite quick quilting project for fellow cozy life enthusiasts and bookworms has got to be
This question often comes up in conversation after I tell someone: “I am a modern quilter”… “So um what is ‘modern quilting’?” they ask. “What defines it from just regular quilting?” Is Modern Quilting special? Is it different? This is what we’re going to talk about today! I am a
I had hoped to show you this fabric weeks ago because the second I saw it released, I ordered it online. Shipping was slightly delayed and all in good timing, it’s finally here for me to show to you. Look at how pretty that colorful fabric is?! Doesn’t it make
This is one of those questions where you’ll get a different opinion from each quilter you ask: Should you pre-wash your fabrics before you quilt? It could save you a lot of time if you don’t have to wash your fabric but it could cost you more time and frustration
We’ve talked a little bit recently about common quilt sizes. The hardest thing to understand is that these guidelines are just that… guidelines. But as a beginner quilter, you have to start somewhere right? Quilts come in all shapes and sizes. There is no “right” or “wrong” quilt size. As
As quilters, we often spend so much time working on the quilt top. Getting the perfect piecing, spending time on the design work and the fabric choosing… There is so much to it! – But what about the back of your quilt? Today I’m going to talk about just that.