How to sew the second 4″ border onto a quilt top to complete the quilt top, including tips to make sure it comes out flat and square. This is part of our quilt project for charity.
How to add a border to a quilt top. As part of our quilt project for charity, we add a border that 4″ on the sides and 6″ on the top and bottom of the quilt.
Follow these step-by-step instructions to turn 12 12.5-inch unfinished blocks into a cohesive whole by adding sashing in between all of the blocks.
How to make a 12.5″ square woven star quilt block. This is not a block with clever cutting and sewing techniques; it has straightforward instructions. With careful cutting, measuring, pressing, and sewing, you will have a beautiful quilt block!
Details on the knitted nativity I made last Christmas. This year, I made Joseph, Mary, and baby Jesus in the manger. I include a link to the pattern I used and some of my own tips for successfully knitting this project.
I recently finished the “Spring Snapperland” cross-stitch project by Bent Creek. I purchased the materials from Shepherd’s Bush. Here is an overview of the project.
These directions will make a Saluting Star quilt block that is 12.5″ by 12.5″ with 1/4″ seam allowances, so the finished size will be 12″ by 12.”
I made the sugar & spice blanket from the book, ”Knitted Gifts,” by Interweave, using Drops merino extra fine yarn. I recommend buying the book to get the pattern. It turned out lovely. I am quite proud of it. Yarn Review: I used drops merino extra fine. This yarn has a tendency to grow when […]
Flying geese can be difficult to sew. These foolproof directions will help you create four flying geese blocks that are the perfect size: 2″ by 3.5″