Posts tagged: "decorating with quilts"

  1. Moda All-Stars share #sewingsuperpower 💪 in Mini Marvels (+15 fabric giveaways!)

    Posted by on November 11, 2016

    We just returned from Quilt Market—and boy did we have a “marvel”ous time with the Moda All-Stars! Martingale Publisher and Chief Visionary officer Jennifer Keltner (bottom center—the one with the googly-eyed cap and book-cover cape), flanked by the Moda All-Stars at Quilt Market. The All-Stars gathered for a one-of-a-kind event to show off their sewing […]


  2. 🍴Give thanks – for fast, fun table-topper sewing! (+ sale)

    Posted by on October 17, 2016

    We’re closing in on that busy time of year—the holidays! Even though we have lots of planning, cooking, shopping, and decorating ahead, it’s important to carve out a little space for ourselves and spend time in our happy place—in front of our sewing machines. We all deserve a little escape from the insanity, don’t we? […]


  3. How to decorate with quilts: designer do’s

    Posted by on August 15, 2016

    You can decorate with a lamp. A painting. A wreath. Assorted knick-knacks. But bring a quilt into the room and you can actually feel the space become softer. Cozier. A quilt invites you to relax, unwind, and stay a spell. How do quilts do that? We say it’s simply their superpower. Whether you’re making your […]


  4. Serve up pretty patchwork at the kitchen table (+ sale!)

    Posted by on May 16, 2016

    Table runners remind us of Hershey’s Kisses, Milk Duds, Junior Mints, and Skittles . . . Each piece is its own tiny treasure. And try as you might, you can’t stop at one! Fluttering By from Table Toppers The seasons and reasons may change, but there’s always a place to show off a little quilt […]


  5. Welcome the season with 🌷 spring quilt patterns (+ giveaway!)

    Posted by on February 17, 2016

    Believe it or not, winter is on its way out. It’s almost time to ring in spring! Officially, spring begins March 20—which leaves plenty of time to whip up a lovely, lavish, flower-filled ode to the most colorful of seasons. But this year is different from any other sewing spring. Why? Because bestselling authors Jeanne […]


  6. 🐦 A sew-in-an-afternoon project for lovebirds 🐤

    Posted by on February 5, 2016

    Valentine’s Day is coming up fast (didn’t we just count down to the New Year yesterday?)! If your plan was to sew up something special but you think you’ve run out of time, I have good news. There really is still time to stitch up something cute for that special someone. This Lovebirds quilt from […]


  7. Jo Morton’s display tips for small quilts (+ giveaway!)

    Posted by on January 13, 2016

    The year: 1985. An iconic year for quilting. Why? It was the year quilt designer Jo Morton discovered her true love: she stitched her first quilt that was made to look antique, entirely on purpose. Quilts from Jo’s Little Favorites Since then, Jo has become a star of the quilting world—fabric designer, teacher, author, lecturer, […]


  8. New Year, new look: fabric facelifts for every room

    Posted by on January 11, 2016

    It’s the new year! Time for a fresh start, a fresh approach, a fresh look. And definitely time for a fresh room makeover. You can freshen up any room in your home quickly, creatively, and economically. How? With quilts, of course! It’s astonishing how a quilt can instantly transform the look and feel of a […]


  9. Skip the binding: frame that quilt! (tutorial + fabric giveaway)

    Posted by on November 13, 2015

    Shortcuts. Time-savers. Beelines! Around the holidays, quilters look to make lots of gifts—and they look for ways to make those gifts more quickly. Choosing smaller quilts is a smart start (size matters). But what if you could also cut out an entire quiltmaking step—one you thought had to be completed every time? Now that’s starting […]


  10. Halloween or hues of fall? 6 ways to capture the season in fabric

    Posted by on October 23, 2015

    What inspires you during this time of year? Is it donning a spooky costume, carving the perfect Jack-’o-lantern, or greeting dressed-up children as they approach your front door on Halloween? Or maybe it’s the crunch of leaves under your feet, a mug of apple cider to warm cold hands, or the first blaze of flames […]