I am super excited to participate in the My Happy Place Row Along put on by Seams to be Sew! Check out my row that is inspired by Hickory Dickory Dock.
This year, for the quilt guild I am apart of, I am providing instructions for how to make a different quilt block each month. For the month of September, we learned about the Ombre Block.
This week I am showing how I layer and pin baste my quilts together. This is a process I have worked through that works great for me. There are lots of different methods out there.
This year, for the quilt guild I am apart of, I am providing instructions for how to make a different quilt block each month. For the month of August, we learned about the classic Log Cabin Block.
Summer is when people usually travel. When I travel, I like to take a little sewing project with me. English Paper Piecing (EPP) Hexagons is usually my travel project of choice.
You finally finished that quilt you have been working on forever! Congrats! Now what are you going to do with it? There is the obvious answers like, put it on my bed, or hang it up, or snuggle with it, or gift it. But what if you are going to store it? Make sure you take good care of that quilt to make sure it lasts a long time!