We’re sharing several last-minute Christmas gifts you can quilt, just in time for the Holidays.
In this week’s Tuesday Tidbit, we’re taking a little time to offer a step-by-step video tutorial on how to easily create a Yo-Yo Christmas Tree using the Yo-Yo Maker from Clover-USA. Visit our website to download a free instructional pdf so you can create your own! We’re also sharing a few easy, small gift giving ideas that would be perfect for a friend, teacher, co-worker, secret santa, and so many more on your shopping list.
This week’s Tuesday Tidbit video blog features our latest wall-hanging quilt, “A Very Merry Christmas To You.” This adorable piece can be created as one 45×48 inch hanging or can be broken down to create 4 smaller wall hangings. We loved using the Tiny Dresden Plate Template for this kit and share some handy tips to make things easier for you!
We’re sharing how we created many different Christmas Tree Skirts and now have them available for sale on our website. Christmas Tree Skirts make the perfect gift! Whether for Christmas, a wedding or shower gift, or to celebrate a milestone, a tree skirt is sure to bring back annual smiles and memories!
This week we explore the various notions and sewing products you most need while creating gifts this holiday season. We also share ideas for gifts you can create, including, tablerunners, lap quilts, ornaments, wall hangings, ornaments, and more!
We’re celebrating Stocking-Palooza this week and have Christmas stocking ideas to give or keep! These adorable holiday accents also make a great gift card holder.
Create Unique the One-of-a-Kind Gift of a Chenille Scarf Using Techniques & Tips We Share This Week in Our Tuesday Tidbits!
Whether you’re looking to combine your leftover pieces or need a larger piece for your project, this week we’re sharing tips for piecing your batting together. We explore poly and cotton battings as well as reviewing two products we love using, Best Press Spray Starch and the Gypsy Quilter Mister Bottle.
We’re sharing how fun it is to do partial seam construction (but no laughing at the end – even we’re fail-able!!!). Sometimes, this technique is needed so it’s a handy tool to have in your quilting belt when you need it.
Most applique patterns can be done in either wool or cotton, but sometimes it just takes a tilt of the head to imagine what that would look like. We wanted to show you some differences in doing a pattern in a medium that it doesn’t call for.
Join us as we talk about tips and techniques we use when machine appliquing a quilt / sewing project.
This week we’re exploring the Log Cabin quilt block. Check out our techniques to help you along with a free Log Cabin Block Layout pdf.