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Featured FREE Tutorial

FREE Tutorial - Sudoku Quilt by Carole


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     Got a head for numbers?  You probably enjoy the challenge of beating the numbers at sudoku, and today's project will appeal to you!  Or if you know someone who loves the game, this would be a wonderful gift.  Carole of From My Carolina Home created this project and the detailed tutorial you will need to create your own.  More from Carole:

"This is such an easy quilt to make, but it does take some planning and a lot of care in assembly. Sudoku is a type of puzzle where there are nine nine-patches, and each number or fabric appears only once in a nine-patch, and only once in any row or column across three nine-patches

"The great thing about this pattern is it has all straight seams, and all squares. It is easy enough for a beginner, but does have a bit of challenge to get the pattern correct. You can make them any size you want, which makes using pre-cuts like layer cakes and jelly rolls possible. You just need nine different fabrics, cut into nine squares of each print."

Finished Size: 32" x 32" (81cm x 81cm)

Skill Level: Beginner

 

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FREE Tutorial - Liberated (Emergency)
Baby Quilt by Leanne


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      Have you ever been under the gun on a quilt project, desperately looking for any shortcuts you might be able to take but needing to make a great quilt?  Leanne of She Can Quilt has been there, and her answer was to go 'wonky' with her blocks, and the result was wonderful!  She created this quilt for a friend's baby but also submitted it for a Finish-a-long for her friend Rhonda at Quilter in the Gap.  More from Leanne:

"This style of making blocks is, for me, far faster than traditional piecing and since each block will be different, it makes each quilt a unique one-of-a-kind piece. This quilt uses Shoo Fly blocks on the front and Stars on the back."

Finished Size: 36" x 36" (91cm x 91cm)

Skill Level: Beginner

 
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FREE Pattern - Crazy Acres Quilt
by Lindsey Weight


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      What a delightfully vibrant and bright quilt!  This project was created last year as a quilt along and the entire project is detailed step by step for you in a web tutorial, or you can download the PDF for the project complete with the pattern and fabric requirements.  The design is by Lindsey Weight of Fort Worth Fabric Studio.  More from Lindsey:

"Hi there! Well, we are finally done with the Crazy Acres Quilt Along! Wahooo! I have to tell you this pattern has to be one of my favorites to date. The overall design is so fun and modern and has so much movement! However, it wouldn't look this great without the great fabric bundle Jodie put together! Those fabrics are all so fantastic with each other and really make this quilt perfect!"

Finished Size: 48" x 64" (122cm x 163cm)

Skill Level: Beginner

 

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Free Video - Worry Free Bias Binding by Kathy Seal


 

If you're interested in learning bias binding techniques, you have come to the right place!  Kathy Seal of The Quilt Patch delivers an excellent tutorial so you can quickly learn this wonderful technique!  Enjoy!

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Featured FREE Pattern

FREE Pattern - Cherry Dot Quilt
by Susan Emory


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      What a beautiful design!  This wonderful project was created by Susan Emory of Swirly Girls Design for Michael Miller, and featuring fabrics from the Cherry Dot line.  Great project for quilters with some experience under their belts, and very nicely detailed in the pattern download.  Enjoy!

Finished Size: 60" x 60" (152cm x 152cm)

Skill Level: Intermediate


 

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Featured FREE Tutorial

FREE Tutorial - I Spy Quilt by Tonya Grant


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      What a fantastic quilt for kids!  There is a lot going on with this design, enough to keep an inquisitive young mind busy for quite a while.  This design is by Tonya Grant of The Crafty Mummy and the tutorial nicely details everything you'll need for this project.  Good for any level quilter!  More from Tonya:

"My kids each have a quilt that sits on their bed and this is the one that I made for Mr Happy. It is called an I Spy Quilt because there is a collection of novelty prints that encourage kids to look for things or play “I Spy” with it. It is bright and colourful and fun. I made it a couple of years ago but I thought I’d share the pattern. I used a dark navy print between the bright blocks, but this would also look good with a solid colour for the strips or white strips. The strips at the top would also look great in the favourites of your novelty prints or even a border print."

Finished Size: 47.5" x 67" (121cm x 170cm)

Skill Level: Beginner


 

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FREE Tutorial - Candy Mini Quilt
by Teje Karjanailen


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     Mini quilts are so fun, and this one is absolutely scrumptious! Teje Karjanailen of Nero's Post and patch is a Finnish quilter living in Greece, and her design looks like a yummy assortment of hard candies in multi-colored wrappers.  

"Time to show you how I made this mini quilt. This time I have made short and simple tutorial with ‘photo blocks’! 

"If you have any questions, I am more than happy to answer! If you haven’t made patchwork yet, I really recommend you try! It is so much fun! Enjoy and create!

"Thank you for your visit! Happy sewing!"

Finished Size: 14.5" x 19" (37cm x 48cm)

Skill Level: Beginner

 

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FREE Tutorial - Zany Zebraz Block
by Lorna McMahon


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     Who couldn't use a little more animal zaniness?  This block looks like fun!  Lorna McMahon of Sew Fresh Quilts designed this wild little block and detailed its construction in a wonderful tutorial just for you.  This is a great project for any level of quilter and would work well in any number of projects, use your imagination!  More from Lorna:

"Today I am happy to share with you a tutorial for the Zany ZebraZ quilt block!

"It is my hope that you will enjoy the use of this free tutorial for making these crazy zebra blocks.  Make one for a mini or a cushion or tote bag.  Or make a few and you have a cute baby quilt."

Finished Size: 14" x 12" (36cm x 30cm)

Skill Level: Beginner

 

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Free Video - Quilting with Japanese Taupe Fabrics
by Dana Jones




Have you ever worked with Japanese Taupe fabrics, or have you seen one of the gorgeous quilts made from them?  They have a unique style and coloration, and can be a delight to work with as demonstrated in this video from the National Quilters Circle and Dana Jones.  More on this video from them:

"In this video, Dana Jones discusses a new and exciting approach to quilt making: using Japanese Taupe fabrics! She'll show you a variety of fabrics from around the world and teach you a little about where they come from. She'll also offer ideas for incorporating these beautiful colors and textures in your quilt projects. You'll certainly want to consider Japanese Taupe fabrics for your future quilts!"

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FREE Tutorial - Spring Dreams Quilt
by Marlene Biles


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     For many of us, spring is the most wonderful of seasons, with its freshly blooming flowers, warming temperatures, and beautiful green all around.  Today's project is a brightly colorful fresh breath of spring, and will be a delightfully challenging quilt for experienced quilters.  Marlene Biles of Sipiweske Quilts created this beauty and the project is featured on the Moda Bakeshop, and her tutorial is detailed and thorough.  More from Marlene:

"I’m back for round two in the Moda Bake Shop! I’m dreaming of throwing as many little posies into these baskets as I can and I’d really love it if you could join me." 

Finished Size: 51" x 51" (130cm x 130cm)

Skill Level: Advanced

 

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FREE Tutorial - Traffic Quilt by Katie Ellis


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      This precious quilt uses four wonderful blocks for some traffic fun!  Katie Ellis of ChooChoo Skadoo designed this quilt for Riley Blake's Cutting Corners College, and this project will be great for any level of quilter.  More from Katie:

"Hi! It's Katie from ChooChoo Skadoo and I am so excited to be here and share this quilt with you! I am using the Pieces Of Hope 2 collection.

"We will be making 4 different blocks; 4 of each. A total of 16 blocks. So lets get started on our Traffic Quilt!"

Finished Size: 64" x 64" (163cm x 163cm)

Skill Level: Beginner



 

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FREE Tutorial - Orange Peel Block
by Caroline Fairbanks-Critchfield


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      Classics can be refreshing, and there are few looks as timeless as the orange peel block.  Caroline Fairbanks-Critchfield of Sew Can She put together this wonderful tutorial on how to quickly and easily make these applique blocks.  She is doing a series of classic blocks combined with a fat quarter bundle giveaway from Blend Fabrics.  The giveaway for this article has come and gone, but the series is ongoing, so jump on in!  More from Caroline:

"I must be longing for spring because the quilt I decided to make for this month's Classic Block's: Fresh Fabrics tutorial and giveaway is warm and delightful. It's the Orange Peel block. We are finally making an applique block! The tutorial is below and I designed a template in three sizes (for a 12'' block, 8'' block, and 4'' block) that I'll post for you in my free Craftsy shop and in our facebook group files."

Finished Size: (16" / 40cm block) 48" x 48" (122cm x 122cm)

Skill Level: Beginner

 
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FREE Tutorial - Scrappy Mountain Majesties Quilt
by Bonnie K. Hunter


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      If you have a bunch of small to medium squares in your scrap pile, this will be a wonderful project for you!  Bonnie K. Hunter of Quiltville's Quips & Snips created this quilt in two sizes, and also demonstrates several different quilt styles using the same block!  This is a great project for any level of quilter, and Bonnie's steps are very clear and can be downloaded in a printer-friendly file.  More from Bonnie:

"It seemed that there was more green in the donated stash than anything, so I decided to look for a pattern that would use fabrics in two color ways. Here you see neutrals from white through gold to tan, and various shades of green including some almost-turquoise."

Finished Sizes: 60" x 70" (152cm x 178cm) or 85" x 93" (216cm x 236cm)

Skill Level: Beginner

 
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Featured FREE Mystery BOM


Block Five: The Beach Bag
 
Summer is almost here!  Load up YOUR favorite beach bag and head on down to the sand and the surf with Pat for some fun in the sun! We love this month's block, and you will too! And of course, Pat does her usual wonderful job with her video and the pattern, so jump on in and take a look!

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FREE Tutorial - Butterflies for Vivi Quilt
by Kim Lapacek


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      This precious quilt was designed by Kim Lapacek of Persimmon Dream for Therm-o-web.  She used HeatnBond for the applique and a wonderful new collection from Pat Sloan and Moda called The Sweet Life.  Vivi is a very special baby girl (please read the source article!) and this quilt for her is adorable, what a great project for any level of quilter!  More from Kim:

"I’m going to share with you a quilt I made for a sweet little baby today. It’s using Pat Sloan’s newest fabric line for Moda, The Sweet Life. I’m mixing the batiks with the prints and the end result is wonderful! 

"I wanted to see what the difference was between Heat N Bond®EZ Featherlite and Heat N Bond® EZ Lite so I did a little experiment with this project! I was super excited to discover that these fusible sheets are offered in Pre-Cut Sheets that you can feed right in your printer!

"So – I knew I was going to use a fun mix of The Sweet Life prints and I wanted to experiment with the two different fusible but I still need to find an inspiration for what I wanted to applique. And then, as I was scrolling down facebook, inspiration struck. A friend of mine recently had a beautiful baby, Vivi."

Finished Size: 32" x 42" (81cm x 107cm)

Skill Level: Beginner

 

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