Category: Tutorials

Sky Full Quilt | FREE Pattern!

Stars are often associated with dreamers, uniqueness, and wishes. You wish upon a star. You dream under a sky full of stars. Is it any surprise that my favorite quilt block is the sawtooth star? Such a simple, humble block, yet it contains so many possibilities to make it uniquely your own! And today, I have a FREE quilt pattern for you!! It is a generous throw size, but you could definitely make it biggerContinue reading

Every Adventure Tote | Triangle Panel

Are the possibilities endless with the Every Adventure Tote? Yes, or nearly so! Today, I’m showing you how to make a triangle panel for the exterior main fabric using my Accuquilt fabric cutter! If you’ve shied away from triangles in the past, I’m here to tell you not to worry! The Accuquilt triangle die makes sewing perfect triangles a breeze! It is a great way to learn a new skill and new shape to incorporateContinue reading

Every Adventure Tote | Recessed Zipper Hack

It is finally here! The most requested hack for the Every Adventure Tote!! Lots of you have messaged me asking for a way to close up your Every Adventure Tote, so I present you with a recessed zipper hack! There’s also a Drawstring Closure hack for the Every Adventure Tote available. This hack requires you to combine several different elements of the Every Adventure Tote, so to make it easier, instead of pointing you allContinue reading

Add Magnets to Kona Fabric Swatches | DIY

I don’t think my Kona fabric swatch guide lasted more than a week in my house before I started chopping it up. Of course, then the issue of storing it cropped up. Where would I put all these little fabric chips to keep from losing them? I decided to add magnets to the back of my fabric swatches and house them on a dry erase board in my craft room. Not only does it provideContinue reading

4-at-a-time Flying Geese Tutorial (with video!)

4-at-a-time flying geese are a great tool to have in your quilting arsenal. They’re versatile, no waste, and are the perfect way to make flying geese with a directional print. So, let’s make some geese! If you’re working off a pattern, the pattern will stipulate the cuts of fabric you need. If you’re making up your own, here’s the formula you need to know. Please note that FINISHED width and height refers to the sizeContinue reading

Fabric Swatch Cards | DIY

If you’re anything like me, you find using fabric swatches helpful for pulling together different fabrics and colors. The first thing I did when I got a Kona color card was bust out the scissors and cut it up! I just can’t visualize what colors will look like together unless I put them next to each other physically. However, this proves a bit more difficult for all the other fabric swatch guides on the market,Continue reading