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 →


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 make double pinwheels from squares

How to make double pinwheels from squares

It’s time for another post in the Triangle Boot Camp series. This week you’ll learn how to make double pinwheels from squares. That’s right, there’s no sewing on a stretch … Continue Reading →


How to make quarter square triangles from squares, wwww.quiltaddictsanonymous.com

How to make quarter square triangles from squares

Piecing triangles can be a nightmare. Sewing on the bias can stretch out the seam, warping the block, getting the points all out of whack and giving you a block … Continue Reading →


How to make a T-shirt Quilt

I always worry about my quilting students

I just finished teaching a T-shirt quilting class at CommUniversity. The local program offers two-hour classes every Sunday in February. The way the class is set up meant my students … Continue Reading →


How to make a T-shirt quilt

T-shirt quilt tutorial: Binding

Here are the final videos in the How to Make a T-shirt Quilt series. The first video focuses on preparing the binding and sewing it to the top of your … Continue Reading →


T-shirt quilt tutorial: Laying out the T-shirts

You’ll need: A large flat surface to lay your blocks out on, such as a floor, bed or design wall. Previous posts: Fabric requirements Cutting the T-shirts Attaching fusible interfacing … Continue Reading →


T-shirt quilt tutorial – Sewing the sashing part 2

Supplies: Sashing strips and sashing with cornerstones attached. (See how to cut and sew the sashing in the previous post.) T-shirt quilt blocks with fusible interfacing attached to the wrong … Continue Reading →


Dare to DIY – Fall placemats

My friend Kim blogs over at NewlyWoodwards.com. In addition to just finishing the remodel of her third home (she’s under 30), Kim is also very creative and is hosting a … Continue Reading →


T-shirt quilt tutorial – Attaching fusible interfacing

Supplies: Rotary cutter 12.5 inch square quilting ruler 6.5 inch square quilting ruler (optional) Cutting mat T-shirts Pellon Quilter’s Grid Fusible Interfacing Previous posts: Fabric requirements Cutting the T-shirts