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   
happy final

Materials   1 Happier Rollie Pollie (26—2 ½ x 22 inch strips)2 ⅛ yards accent print (Happier blue ... ...read more

Squared Inside and Out

26 Jul 2011

Play Ball Geometric QuiltPrinter Friendly InstructionsCourse Instructor: Natalia Bonner64"x80"

Hey everyone!I'm Natalia from Piece N Quilt, if you haven't been over to my blog before take a second, stop in and say hi! :) I'm super duper excited to be sharing another tutorial here today! I am really digging geometric quilts lately and when I came across this darling Play Ball fabric I knew what I needed to make with it!All right, time to get started.To make this quilt you will need the following fabrics:Blue 2 yardsRed 2 yardsWhite 2 yardsTan 1 yardBacking ... ...read more

Lola's Posies Broken Eggs Quilt

19 Jul 2011


45" x 45"   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 sensational oval quilt.    When I saw Lola's Posies, I just knew I had to showcase all the great patterns in this collection.     Printer Friendly Instructions   Let's get started:   Supplies 4 fat quarters for the large ovals- I picked ones with the bigger Floral print 4 fat quarters for the small ovals- here I used 1 Rose Damask, and 3 of the ... ...read more

Building Blocks II - TRIANGLES

12 Jul 2011

Building Blocks II - TRIANGLES "Pieceful Beginnings" 
Building Blocks II

New to quilting?  Want to try some quick, fun techniques?  Want to perfect your awesome skills? COURSE DESCRIPTION:This series of Quilting Basics lessons explores basic quilt blocks used in nearly every pieced quilt.  Gather a few of your favorite fabrics, follow along and you’ll have enough blocks to make a fabulous quilt!  Later we’ll follow up with “Finishing School” lessons on setting, sashing, borders and how to “grow” your quilt to any size you’d like.  Are you ready??  Let’s quilt!! COURSE INSTRUCTOR:   Deonn Stott at Quiltscapes  COURSE SUPPLIES:If ... ...read more

Pee Pee Tee Pee Pirate Style

05 Jul 2011

Pee Pee Tee Pee Pirate Style   Course Instructor: Julia Frazier     Printable PDF Instructions

Hi!  I'm Julia from the blog My Fabric Obsession.  I also have an online shop The Dizzy Daizy Quilt Shoppe.  This project idea comes to you from Mandy at the fabulous Little Birdie Secrets blog, recreated with her permission. Can you guess what a Pee Pee Tee Pee is?  If you've changed a little boy's diaper, you'll guess pretty quickly:)  You put one of these handy little cones over the baby's wee wee as soon as you open his diaper to protect ... ...read more

the "it's a cinch" skirt

28 Jun 2011

  The "It's a Cinch" Skirt Printer Friendly Version Jessica Christian  

Hey all you fabric lovers out there! (yes, you!)  I'm Jess, from Craftiness is not Optional, and I am thrilled to be here with a fun skirt tutorial for Riley Blake! I adore all their fabric lines and this one jumped out at me to become a skirt-I used fabric from the Sew Cherry line, and the fantastic grosgrain polka dot fabric is from RB as well.    The double layered skirt with the fun cinched top layer is so easy to make-whip one up for the little girl ... ...read more
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