Posts tagged: "quilt roundups"

  1. 🎁 Finish that Christmas quilt!: 7 resources to help you get it done

    Posted by on November 18, 2015

    Fear you might be facing another Christmas celebrating UFOs and WIPs? Have you quilted by check so many times that you’re no longer sure how to quilt a quilt top yourself? We’re here to help! Below you’ll find ways to help you complete those quilted gifts so you can lovingly place them under the tree […]

  2. 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 […]

  3. Do these easy quilt patterns catch your eye? (+ flash sale!)

    Posted by on August 14, 2015

    As quiltmakers, it’s often hard to decide which we love more: the dramatic look of a dynamic block layout or the flair of a fantastically vibrant fabric. From Eye-Catching Quilts In Eye-Catching Quilts: 16 Designs from the Experts at Quiltmaker Magazine you’ll get the best of both: a veritable beauty pageant of elegantly arrayed blocks […]

  4. Beat the sewing rush: Christmas in July (sale + fabric giveaway!)

    Posted by on July 13, 2015

    Welcome to Christmas in July week at Stitch This! Get ready for a week of inspiration and fun, plus BIG giveaways every day—our special gift to you. Happy holiday stitching! When the temperature climbs toward triple digits, what better place to hide out and stay cool than at your sewing machine? And if you’re looking […]

  5. Stitch, create, celebrate: 10 patriotic quilt patterns

    Posted by on June 10, 2015

    Have you started planning your 4th of July activities? Remember to mind your p’s and q’s. That is…patriotism, picnics, pyrotechnics, and quilts! 
“Windswept” from Red, White and Sometimes Blue From a 12″ square paper-pieced block to spirited table toppers to bed-sized quilts that stretch from sea to shining sea, we’ve got plenty of patriotic quilt […]

  6. Roundup: Just for fun free quilting tutorials

    Posted by on May 14, 2015

    Loved the top 20 free quilting tutorials we shared during our anniversary week in March? Today we’re rounding up another batch of tutorials for you to peruse! From using your scraps to choosing quilt colors, you’ll find ideas to jump-start your creativity and the inspiration to try something new. Bookmark them, pin them, save them […]

  7. Colors of summer: 6 patterns to inspire your patchwork

    Posted by on May 13, 2015

    Can you feel summertime in the air yet? Here in the Pacific Northwest, the upcoming summer is making itself known in the form of brilliant flowers blooming in a whole spectrum of stunning shades. Color inspiration is everywhere! Favorite vacation destinations (think ocean blues and tropical greens), delicious confections (ice cream pastels), or Fourth of […]

  8. 3 quick-to-make quilts for dads AND grads

    Posted by on May 12, 2015

    School’s winding down and summer’s drawing near—it’s time to celebrate dads and grads! Do you want to shower a special dad or grad with a handmade quilt this year? Or maybe you know a dad and a grad who need spoiling. That’s a lot of quiltmaking ahead…isn’t it? Not when you have that special something […]

  9. Out of quilt ideas, feeling sew uninspired. :(

    Posted by on April 1, 2015

    We haven’t been feeling inspired to sew lately. Books don’t excite us. Fabric doesn’t move us. And sewing just doesn’t sound fun… Besides, we’ve got a lot of book-business stuff to do. Wait. What’s today’s date again? Oh yeah. Did we have you going for a minute there? Aw, we knew we couldn’t fool you. […]

  10. 7 stash-busting batik patterns

    Posted by on March 26, 2015

    Are there batiks in your stash? Chances are if you have any, you have many. Maybe it’s just the people I know, but in talking with quilters about fabrics, I’ve found that when it comes to batiks, those who like them really, really like them. They don’t just have a few batiks in their stash, […]