BOO! An exclusive and first-ever FREE Halloween Mystery Quilt-Along! Fat Quarter Shop brings you a free pattern and video series called Bats & Boos Mystery Sew Along. Beginning August 2, Fat Quarter Shop offers free weekly video tutorials on their YouTube channel (you can watch the whole series below as it is released) as well as the FREE quilt patterns. Join Kimberly as she stitches through each block of this mystery quilt, from cutting through finishing the whole quilt top. The quilt finishes at 40.5″ square… Bats & Boos Mystery Sew Along
A quick and easy quilt block pattern from Karen of Just Get it Done Quilts and four more ways to use up that ugly fabric we all seem to end up with! This free quilt pattern can be easily modified to fit the fabric that you have right now! This is a simple quilt where … [ Read More at SWN! ]
The folks from Sew Yeah demonstrate how to stitch this super easy puff quilt in their free video tutorial! A FREE DIY sewing project that you can sew while listening to your favorite music in a few hours of steady stitching. You are not going to believe how easy this quilt is and how much fun it is to sew. Connecting your puffs can be done on any sewing machine. Puffs quilts are wonderful for babies and toddlers to use in the car or at the park. Seniors love puff quilts too!
Stitch a Fair Isle quilted Christmas tree skirt with Heather Handmade’s free pattern and video tutorial!
Scrapbuster Project – Acorn Patchwork Potholders from Thermoweb by Jedi Craft Girl!
Two new FREE tutorials for fall to create whimsical pumpkin quilts for your home at Halloween or just to celebrate the colors of autumn! One tutorial is for creating a pieced quilt and the second tutorial is an applique project. Happy stitching!
Natalia Whiting Bonner is a professional quilter, Gammill quilting artist, teacher, and writer, and has loved to piece quilts for over twenty years. Natalia learned how to quilt on her conventional home sewing machine. With that positive experience under her belt, she decided that she really wanted to take her quilting to the next level…
Prairie points, pinwheels, origami flowers and more. Teresa “DownUnder” from Sewn Up Patterns shows us how easy it is, in her free video series, to add dimension, texture, contrast, and pop to any quilt block by carefully and intentionally manipulating pieces of fabric converting them into unique eye-catching designs. Watch now: See more:
Stephanie from Quilt Addicts Anonymous shares a modern bargello-style quilt pattern called Frequency that looks complicated, but is actually very easy and FUN to sew, even for beginner sewers. This quilt features small pieces, but it comes together quickly because it is entirely strip pieced! Once you sew your fabric tubes together, you are practically … [ Read More at SWN! ]
Rob Appell, the host of Man Sewing shows us how he stitched unique greeting cards out of mini/tiny quilts and Keepsake Frame Cards…