Introducing the Horizon Quilt Pattern Inspiration The Horizon Quilt Pattern is a strip quilt with simple style and a modern vibe. When the skies are crystal blue and have those thin, long clouds that look like brush strokes – that’s the inspiration for the Horizon Quilt Pattern. The Horizon pattern has been rattling around my […]
Disclosure this post includes affiliate links. Welcome back to the garments for quilters series! Last week we sew’d up the Sante Fe Top from Hey June Handmade this week we are going to tackle the ever easy, classic Lane Raglan. You’d never believe that a baseball style raglan would be one of the easiest garments […]
Disclosure affiliate links are used throughout this blog post. Summer is around the corner and I can not wait to wear this Sante Fe top all over the place. So lets get into the second garment for quilters: Sante Fe Top! The Sante Fe top is super versatile – there are six different options to […]
*Before we start, there are affiliate links within this blog post but do not affect the your prices. Check out my week one of my #memademay garments for quilters adventure! If you haven’t checked out the garment making for the quilter blog post – check it out here. It’ll answer a lot of basic questions […]
Disclosure: This blog post contains affiliate links. These links do NOT affect pricing for you. Are you looking to add garment making to your sewing skill set? I’ve got you covered with this post! Last fall, I had the pleasure of meeting Adrianna of Hey June Handmade at a makers retreat put on by Kimberly […]
The Primary Quilt is a modern pattern based around a basic block construction, that truly packs a punch when used with bold fabrics. I had some hiccups with the original pattern – but these testers were real troopers and rallied around me to bring this pattern to life. Please join me in thanking all of […]
A modern inspired pattern, turned retro with color selection. The Primary Quilt is the perfect project for an ambitious beginner.
Free-Tutorial for a modern plus sign quilt. Add extra blocks to make a larger quilt, and quilt to your hearts content to really add some depth to this wonderful pattern.
Back to the basics again this week! Do you have one of these yet? It’s called a seam gauge and it’s basically a 6″ ruler. The part that makes it extra useful is the little blue guide. It moves up and down the ruler to help you keep hem lines straight while you’re pinning or […]
We thought we would use our Tips and Tools this week to tell you all about…Chambray (pronounced sham-brey) is a woven cotton fabric. According to Dana Willard’s book Fabrics A to Z “chambray is made by weaving colored threads through a white weft (similar to denim), which results in a pleasing “watered down” shade of the original […]