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FREE Tutorial - Hexstatic Quilt
by Ali Winston of A.Squared.W


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      Aren't hexagons wonderful for quilting?  Ali Winston of A.Squared.W loves them, and as part of the Festival of Hexagons she designed and made this excellent quilt, and her tutorial is very nicely done.  This is a project you will enjoy!  More from Ali:

"Welcome to the Festival of Hexagons!! I have been waiting for this for months and am so excited about all the upcoming tutorials that we have planned.

"Hexagon stack + me being ecstatic about the festival = Hexstatic Quilt!"

Finished Size: 39" x 49" (120cm x 148cm)

Skill Level: Beginner


 

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Featured FREE Pattern

FREE Tutorial - Biscuits and Jam
Mini Quilt by Kim Diehl


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      We love the good home style of this gorgeous little mini quilt!  This little beauty was created by designer Kim Diehl (KimDiehl.com) for Henry Glass. The pattern is concise but easy to follow, with diagrams of the essential steps.  Wouldn't this be a wonderful gift, or perhaps a centerpiece for some lonely space on a table?  Enjoy!

Skill Level: Intermediate

 
Finished Size: 13.5" x 13.5" (34cm x 34cm)


 
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Featured FREE Tutorial

FREE Tutorial - Log Cabin Block
by Lish Dorset

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      Looking for an easy and fun project that will focus on a core set of colors you love?  This project was a result of the DIY Network's Blog Cabin 2014, and features the colors of Florida.  It was designed by Lish Dorset for the getaway, and her tutorial is great for any level of quilter.  More from Lish:

"I first started quilting a few years back thanks to hours spent reading quilting blogs and drooling over the finished results — I wanted to make those beautiful, modern-looking quilts, too! I took a class at my local fabric shop to learn the basics, but it was learning how to make log cabin blocks on my own that really took my quilting to the next skill and confidence levels.

"This technique is great for using up fabric scraps and making you feel more proficient when it comes to piecing. Best of all, they come together pretty quickly. Try my approach to making a log cabin block on your own with this tutorial. Click in the corner of any how-to image to flow through the instructions in a photo gallery."

Finished Size: 13.5" x 9.5" (34cm x 24cm)

Skill Level: Beginner



 

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FREE Tutorial - Grandmother's Fan Quilt
by Amy of Seven Stitches


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      What a beautiful quilt! We love the charming, art-deco feel of this quilt, and Amy of Seven Stitches has put together an excellent tutorial demonstrating how to create it.  The tutorial is mainly about the block itself, but the quilt pictured here should be relatively easy to complete once you've mastered the block.  More from Amy:

"The following tutorial looks at how to make a Grandmother’s Fan quilt block. This is a traditional block that was very popular in the 1930’s and reflects the sunburst motifs of Art Deco. It is much like a Dresden Plate block but allows for a little more tolerance as it is only a quarter circle. This tutorial includes making the templates for a 10" finished block. The applique is done with vliesofix and machine top stitching."

Finished Size: (estimated) 54" x 74" (137cm x 188cm)

Skill Level: Intermediate



 

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Featured FREE Video

Free Video - Create a
Contemporary Art Quilt with Joyce Mori


 


We love the willingness to explore and try new things that we've seen in a lot of our visitors in our Quilt Talk feedback page.  For today's video post, we found something that might help expand your horizons as a quilter: Have you ever tried art quilting?  In this tutorial with Joyce Mori, she guides us through her techniques for creating a small, contemporary art quilt using piecing and appliqué.  Enjoy!

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Featured FREE Pattern

FREE Pattern - Tonga Treat 6-Pack Arrow Quilt
by Kathryn Wilson Tucker


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      Aren't batiks wonderful?  We love this quilt design and the different colorways based on the variety of Tonga Treat 6-Packs offered by Timeless Treasures.  Kathryn has designed a beautiful quilt and this project will be fun for any level of quilter.  Enjoy!

Skill Level: Beginner

Finished Size: 58.5" x 70.5" (148cm x 179cm) or 70.5" x 82.5 (179cm x 210cm)



 

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Featured FREE Tutorial

FREE Tutorial - How to Make a
Sewing Machine Cover by Simple Simon


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      If you've never made your own sewing machine cover, this tutorial is a great place to start.  After all, your machine works hard, it deserves a new set of duds!  Follow along in this step by step tutorial by guest-writer Simple Simon for Somewhat Simple.  More from Simon:

"A sewing machine cover has been on my to-do list for quite some time now and since I’ve been working on re-doing my sewing space I thought it was prime time to finally make one. It was surprising easy. Here’s how I did it.

"I should have made one of these forever ago. (I like it much better than the cheesy plasticky cover my machine came with.) So go and cover those naked machines of yours. Winter is coming. Don’t leave them out in the cold! It will only take a few minutes and you’ll be glad you did it when you're done."

Skill Level: Beginner



 

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FREE Tutorial - Mini Marilyn Baby Quilt
by Michelle Marr


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      Is there anything more adorable than a mini quilt?  How about a mini baby quilt?  Michelle Marr of Michelle's Romantic Tangle created this tiny wonder as a scaled down version of her Marilyn baby quilt, and she fell absolutely in love.  More from Michelle:

"Yesterday, I thought I was in love with this little quilt. Now that I've got it quilted, it's a case of full blown quilt lust.

"In case you didn't read the last post, this is a scaled down version of Marilyn with the color placement in the nine-patch blocks reversed. The blocks are 1 1/2" and the quilt itself finishes at about 7" square. I could have, by the absolute skin of my teeth, used the same fat quarter for the top and back and binding, but I decided to use a piece from a coordinating pink fat quarter. The more different pinks in my stash the better, right?"

Finished Size: 7" x 7" (18cm x 18cm)

Skill Level: Beginner


 
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Featured FREE Video

Free Video - French Braid Quilt by Rose Smith


 



Have you ever wanted to try a French Braid style quilt?  Rose Smith of Ludlow Quilt and Sew demonstrates her techniques in this very well done video.  Be sure to visit her online tutorial page below.   Enjoy!

Finished Size: 78" x 114" (198cm x 290cm)

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FREE Tutorial - Quilting Without the Book
by Nicole Maroon


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      Have you ever tried moving out of your comfort zone and just pioneering your own techniques to reproduce a design that inspires you?  Nicole Maroon of The Girl Who Quilts did exactly that for this quilt, and the tutorial she has created for this project is excellent (all of her projects are wonderful; be sure to check out Nicole's Tutorials page!).  More from Nicole:

"While I was at the quilt shop, I browsed around for a pattern idea. I had no plan in mind when I started buying the fabric, so I bought 3/4 yard cuts. I ended up with 11 prints, and that's when I found the pattern (minus the flower applique). It had all of the right components:
  • large blocks to showcase the huge florals
  • simple piecing
  • non-traditional design
"The only problem was that the pattern came in a book, and I did not need any more quilt books in my house! Plus it was pieced in a very time-consuming method. So I decided to take the design idea and make my own technique. :)"

Finished Size: 92" x 92" (234cm x 234cm)

Skill Level: Intermediate


 
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Featured FREE Tutorial

FREE Tutorial - Hope Valley Flying Geese
Pinwheel Quilt by Erin


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      This gorgeous quilt is also one of the easiest to make!  We love this design by Erin of Why Not Sew?, and it's also one of the most concise tutorials we've seen (it's that easy).  More from Erin:

"I finally finished my Hope Valley Flying Geese Pinwheel quilt. This quilt has been a couple of years in the making. I'm glad I picked it up and started working on it again because I majorly ♥ how it turned out! My huge list was such motivation for me to really get going with my forgotten projects. I was going to bind it in orange but this print from the Hope Valley collection looked good with the front and back so I went with it. Going now to snuggle under it with a hot cup of tea on this misty, rainy morning."

Skill Level:
Beginner

 
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FREE Tutorial - Crazy Raw Edge Quilt
by Darla of When Eight Create


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      We think that one of the most wonderful things about quilts is the huge variety of textures that are possible, and today's project looks like a delightful bundle of raggedy softness!  This is a baby/toddler quilt designed to be easy enough for beginners by Darla, one of eight crafty sisters who post excellent articles on When Eight Create, and it features raw or ragged edges throughout for snuggly goodness.  More from Darla:

"I have been telling you that raw edge quilts can be done by even a beginner so I have made a tutorial to show you all just how easy they are. I decided to go a little crazy with the fabrics in this quilt but I like how it turned out."

Finished Size: 38" x 38" (97cm x 97cm)

Skill Level: Beginner


 
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FREE Tutorial - Scrap Jar Stars Block
by Amber Johnson


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     Any Americans out there still feeling patriotic after our Independence Day weekend?  This project from Amber Johnson of A Little Bit Biased should give you a healthy dose of red-white-and-blue, and the block is great for any level of quilter!  More from Amber:

"I love the idea of making something beautiful and original out of seemingly nothing. I love the idea of making something useful with little or no cost.  I love that sense of nostalgia I get when I see an old, worn, hand-quilted quilt, that was pieced together with scraps saved over the course of many years. Scrap quilts are charming to say the least! That's why I had so much fun making these little cuties a few weeks ago. I called them my Scrap Jar Stars.

"As part of the Sew Scraps Along, I decided to make up another colorway of my Scrap Jar Stars. I pulled out my reds, navys, blues and aquas from my scrap jars. I'm loving these colors against the white. A happy and fresh combo if you ask me. Of course, there's a million different possibilities, so pull out some of your favorite scraps and let's get started!"

Finished Size: 12" x 12" (30cm x 30cm)

Skill Level: Beginner


 

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FREE Tutorial - Ring Mini Quilt
by Melanie Monday


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     Tired of straight lines?  Today's project from Melanie Monday of Melanie Dramatic will add some curve to your quilting regimen.  It is always more challenging to work with curves, and circles have to be perfectly balanced, but such projects can also be fun and rewarding!  So break out your favorite Dresden circle tools and let's get to work!  More from Melanie:

"As requested by many on instagram and twitter, today I have a tutorial for you on how to make a ring mini quilt (or make several blocks for a full sized quilt.) The four I made as gifts finished at around 15 inches square. The one I made for myself in this tutorial is a bit smaller. It would be easy to adjust to whatever size block you want.

"I had been contemplating these quilts for a long time now, thinking about how to make it. I thought about paper piecing quadrants, but didn’t want seams on the background and center circle. Then when delightful Cristy changed my life (with the glue), I knew that I could use glue to make my circles. The deal was finally sealed when I was a Joann’s with two 50% off coupons and I spotted an Easy Dresden ruler. It was the perfect way to make my wedges! (And it ended up being less than $4!)"

Finished Size: 15" x 15" (38cm x 38cm)

Skill Level: Intermediate


 

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FREE Pattern - Secret Garden Trapunto Quilt
by Sandy Gervais


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      We love the vibrant color and the cute style of this quilt, and we're sure this is a project you will absolutely adore!  This quilt was designed by Sandy Gervais and featured on Craft Passion, and includes a downloadable, printable PDF pattern as well as a thorough tutorial walk-through.  If you're not familiar with trapunto quilting, it is a method employing layers you use to make your design 'puffy.'  If you look closely at the top image to the side, you can see how the flower petals literally stand out because of the trapunto stitching.  More from Sandy:

"I am so happy to get the pattern and tutorial of the Secret Garden Trapunto Quilt done. Thanks to all who are patiently waiting for the pattern and tutorial to get ready.

"I spent almost a year to get it up here and on my daughter’s bed, from idea to drawing, to the actual quilt then to this pattern and tutorial sharing. The reason behind this long stretch of time is because I have too many tasks on hand. I was being carried away with and lost my sense of priority. In early last year, we bought a new condominium (yes, we are moving from a landed double story house to a condo, crazy!) so that we could have a place of our own. The quilting idea emerging into my mind and I told myself that I am going to make each of my kids at least a quilted blanket for their new bedrooms. A quilt that they can remember for their whole life and perhaps can make it a heirloom piece to show the next generation “See, this is designed and made by your grandma.”… ok, may be just a photo to show if the quilt is too tattered to display…"

Skill Level: Intermediate


Finished Size: 62" x 86" (158cm x 218cm)

 
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