Flying geese are an essential quilt block you'll want in your sewing repertoire, and today we're showing you 3 quick and easy methods for sewing flying geese blocks!
You might not be a fan of applique, but fear not! These Gather blocks can be sewn onto the background fabric by machine too. I used clear monofilament on this block so that the colors of the individual pentagons would still stand out and the color of the stitching would be minimal.
I opted to create a true translation of autumn with my block, Forest Floor. It captures the essence of the ground cover going dormant while fallen leaves are scattered all about. And even though it’s not necessarily my “go to” type of pattern that I often gravitate toward, I pretty much love it to pieces!
Crochet 101: How to Crochet for Beginners. Crochet is a fantastic new handwork skill to try: it requires minimal materials, it’s easy to master, and it’s the perfect activity to make you feel like you’re being at least a little bit productive during your next Netflix binge. Once you get the hang of it, you’ll find yourself flying through scarves, blankets and all manners of warm and wonderful handmade things. Let’s get started!
This is one of those skills that if you’re going to make a quilt, you need to know. And it’s something I do all the time. Chances are you already know how to make binding but if not, here you go!
How to Sew A Modern Improv Quilt Block. So today I'm sharing one of my favorite techniques. I LOVE improv piecing- it is so liberating and really fun. No such thing as a mistake and there are no points or seams to line up. You can't go wrong! It's quilting freedom!
These are small baskets that could be used to store stationery items, paperclips, coins, buttons, etc. They could easily be made bigger by scaling up the crochet hook and twine. It’s fun to make the mini ones in multiples. I also have made these in the past for business card holders when I do craft sales. Enjoy!
DIY Fabric Bucket. Free Sewing step by step Tutorial. In summer, our kitchen windowsill is the best place for most of our house plants. They drink in the sunshine and soak up vast amounts of water, but when the winter comes they need much less, but more often. I’ve always struggled with getting this balance right.