Lost on the Block

04 Oct 2011


'Lost on the Block' 45" x 57" Hi, my name is Jackie White and you can find me here making 3D art quilts and other fun quilty things.   I am thrilled to be back again showing you how to make a fun and practical lap quilt. Let's get started:  Printer Friendly Instructions Supplies - from the Lost and Found collection 1/2 yard of each of Gray Round, Pink Round, Pink Labels, Black Dot, Pink Dot and Basic Shades Slate. 1 yard of each Black Main and Pink Main 2 yards for backing 2 yards batting   Instructions: Cut 12 - 4 ... ...read more

Trick or Treat Fabric Baskets

27 Sep 2011

Trick or Treat Fabric Baskets   Download Printer Friendly Directions    Course Instructor: Debbie Hicks Too Cute Embroidery                    
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  Want some instant gratification? Stitch up one of our fabric baskets to delight your little trick-or-treaters!   They’re easy and fun to make. They also make great containers to hold gifts for lots of occasions, holidays, baby showers, weddings, birthdays, and lots more.  They’re fun to stuff with gifts and to use after they’re empty.   Course Materials -       2 FQ (fat quarters – 18” x 22” piece) of fabric – one FQ will be used for the outer basket           and the other for basket lining ... ...read more

all wrapped up lap quilt tutorial

20 Sep 2011

all wrapped up quilt pattern course instructor:  AnneMarie Chany

  Printer Friendly Instructions Hi there!  I'm AnneMarie from Gen X Quilters and I have a cute tutorial for you today to get you in the mood for Christmas.  It may make you a little hungry for some sweets, as it uses the delightful Christmas Candy line.  It's so playful and cheery for the holiday season.  Let's begin. COURSE MATERIALS:  Note: These requirements are generous and based on minimum 42" wide of fabric after selvages are removed. Fabric Yardage Requirements Fat Eighth Bundle of 6 assorted prints of Riley ... ...read more

Finishing School I - Design it!

13 Sep 2011

Finishing School  I ~  Design it!Layout * Setting * Sashing"Pieceful Beginnings" 
38 x 38" Wall Hanging Sampler

Sampler featuring Riley Blake Designs "Sweet Nothings" by Zoe Pearn COURSE DESCRIPTION:PRINTABLE INSTRUCTIONSDesignLayout * Setting * SashingFor today's "Quilting Basics" lesson we're going to grow a fabulous quilt!Using the nine blocks from our "Building Blocks" series, we'll see what it takes to make a quilt just the size you'd like!  ...AND...It's time for a Riley Blake Giveaway!  (Read on to get the scoop.)COURSE INSTRUCTOR:   Deonn at Quiltscapes  COURSE SUPPLIES:*Design Wall, batting or flannel-backed plastic tablecloth*Nine 9-1/2" (unfinished size) Building Blocks ... ...read more

Farm Fresh Picnic Quilt

06 Sep 2011

Farm Fresh Picnic Quilt by Sara Lawson
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Printer Friendly Instructions Fruit Pattern Pieces     Hi! My name is Sara and I'm visiting the Cutting Corners site today from my blog, Sew Sweetness. I'm really interested in writing pattern reviews, tutorials, and sewing clothing, bags, and quilts! My tutorial today features the Farm Fresh line from Riley Blake, designed by October Afternoon. One fat quarter bundle will be enough to make the entire quilt, including the backing and binding!   This picnic blanket features colorful fruit applique, and is quilted using a 'Quilt-As-You-Go' method. Finished size: 45" x 45" Materials - 1 ... ...read more

Zoo Dwellers Quilt Tutorial

30 Aug 2011

Zoo Dwellers Quilt Tutorial Course instructor:  Andy Knowlton www.abrightcorner.com    

         Hi- I'm Andy and I blog over at a bright corner. We have an all-boy house over here, and I'm always on the look out for great “boy” fabric. Alphabet Soup is one of my favorites. I wanted to create a no-fuss, no-frills quilt to go right along with the bold prints and adorable zoo animals. Printer Friendly Version all seam allowances are ¼” WOF = width of fabric Please read through all of the instructions before beginning project   Course Materials   Below are the fabric requirements for this quilt ... ...read more

Trick or Treat Table Runner

23 Aug 2011

Trick or Treat Table Runner

Course Instructor: Rebecca Woods of Charley, Dee, & Me Designs Are you ready for Halloween? Here’s a fun and easy way to get your table looking festive using Riley Blake’s adorable new Trick or Treat line. Have fun, make it your own, and please feel free to visit me anytime at www.charleydeeandme.blogspot.com! PDF Instructions Course Supplies: Pack of precut 5 inch squares (or ¾ yard total assorted fabrics) ¼ yard white fabric for stop border ¼ yard stripe fabric for outer border ¼ yard orange fabric for binding ½ yard fabric for back Batting   Course Instructions: Play with your fabric! Decide ... ...read more

Gather Love Baby Quilt Tutorial

16 Aug 2011

Gather Love Baby QuiltCourse Instructor: Mandy Sybrowsky37.5" x 45.5"
Gather Love Baby Quilt Pattern

Ruffles, gathers, pleats, tucks, frills--just the thought of a pretty cluster of fabric make me happy. I'm Mandy of Little Birdie Secrets, a crafting and sewing blog, and I'm thrilled to share with you my Gather Love Baby Quilt, because it's full of ruffly goodness! I chose Riley Blake's Sew Cherry line by Lori Holt for it's sweet prints and fresh, cheery colors. I love the classic ginghams, dots, and sweet summer cherries. I focused on the fabrics with pink, green, white, and red ... ...read more

Building Blocks III - FLYING GEESE

09 Aug 2011

Building Blocks III - FLYING GEESE  
Flying Geese

  "Pieceful Beginnings"  New to quilting?  Want to try some quick, fun techniques?  Want to perfect your awesome skills? COURSE DESCRIPTION:  Third in this series of "Quilting Basics," this lesson's focus is all about multiple ways to make Flying Geese quilt block units.  With the addition of today's blocks to the previous 2 month's lessons, you will have enough blocks to make a fabulous quilt!  Next month,  “Finishing School”:  setting, sashing, borders, and options for "growing" your quilt.  Are you ready??  Let’s have some fun and get flying!!   COURSE INSTRUCTOR:   Deonn Stott ... ...read more

Happy Market Sack

02 Aug 2011

Happy Market SackPrinter Friendly InstructionsMickey Zimmer17 x 26 inches   We are Mickey and April from Sweetwater Cotton Shoppe in rural Minnesota...and we are so excited to be an Instructor at the Cutting Corners College.  Today we will be showing you how to make a "Happy Market Sack" with a fun Rollie Pollie {love the name!} which uses those big snap-together grommets--which are so darn easy it's crazy.   Stop on over at our blog and say hi! www.sweetgirlstudio.wordpress.com   
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Materials   1 Happier Rollie Pollie (26—2 ½ x 22 inch strips)2 ⅛ yards accent print (Happier blue ... ...read more
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