Let's Get Creative with Quilt Labels

Review: ‘Let’s Get Creative with Quilt Labels’ offers inspiration, tutorials

Let’s face it. We love our quilts and hope those we give them to or inherit them after we’re gone, will cherish the quilts and always remember the occasion for … Continue Reading →


June

June block of the month

We’re starting the final border this month. That means there are just four blocks to make each month from now until the end of the year. This month we’re learning … Continue Reading →


Free block of the month, quilting

May block of the month

Big progress is happening this month in the Block of the Month. We’re going to finish the blocks for the first pieced border. ¬†We’re making double pinwheels all from squares, … Continue Reading →


Block of the Month

March Block of the Month

I hope you all got your February blocks done! I was working on mine until 10 p.m. last night. I finished just in time. This month is much easier. We’re … Continue Reading →


Tab top valance tutorial

Tutorial: How to make tab top valances

Let me start this tutorial off with a disclaimer. I am a quilter first, a home decor seamstress second and a bad knitter third. My advice and instructions are based … Continue Reading →


Chevron quilt

January quilting goals: How’d I do

It’s time to come clean on how well I did at accomplishing my quilting goals for the month. I had a pretty long set of goals, and in retrospect it … Continue Reading →


How to make a quilt label

Tutorial: How to make a quilt label

Quilt labels are an essential part of any quilt you make. At the very minimum a quilt label should include your name so future generations will know that is was … Continue Reading →


January

January Block of the Month

Welcome to 2014! Here’s your first pattern for the Quilt Addicts Anonymous Block of the Month. This month we’re making the center four blocks. They form a secondary pattern that … Continue Reading →



How to upcycle a vintage sewing machine cabinet, www.quiltaddictsanonymous.com

How to upcycle a vintage sewing machine cabinet

This project has been on the back burner ever since I snagged this seafoam green vintage Singer and sewing machine cabinet for about $50 at the thrift shop a couple … Continue Reading →