Spring is right around the corner, and that means bright and cheery quilts that are full of color! This Spring Flowers quilt pattern is an homage to those early Spring flowers that will give your home a modern garden feel.
This Be Mine quilt is a fun throw size quilt to make, and using Cotton + Steel’s Ombre Pigment fabric is a great way to create an ombre effect with the hearts. This is also the time to break out or build up your stash of black and white quilting cotton. You can also use solid fabric for the background, but the scrappiness of the black and white fabric is a lot of fun.
The HST, or Half Square Triangle, is an essential building block used in many traditional quilt designs. We love to make a bunch and have fun arranging them in our favorite designs! This Sewing 101 is perfect for both traditional and modern quilters – and instructions are given for 5” finished squares.
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!
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!