Learn Carolyn Beam’s tips and techniques for creating traditional log cabin quilt block patterns in this video. Discover the fascinating history behind why these blocks are called traditional log cabin blocks and how the center square has symbolism. See several unique examples with different fabrics and find out the many variations of quilt layouts.
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How to Cut Fabric for Quilting Blocks
Laura Roberts teaches you how to cut novelty fabric into little squares and make it into a block. She recommends using fabric with motifs that are easy to cut out to make a block, but also shows you how to use stripes, a bias cut strip, a border stripe and templates you may have made.Watch Now >>
Interaction of Color with Quilt Fabrics
Heather Thomas presents helpful techniques for determining what color fabrics to use when making your quilts. Learn how colors interact with each other and how to ensure the colors “make” your quilt rather than “break” your quilt. Find out how to utilize different colored shapes and fabrics without creating visual chaos. See what color interactions…Watch Now >>
Make Your Own Applique Quilt Patterns
Kelly Hanson gives us some ideas for thoughtful holiday gifts for loved ones. Instead of buying an applique pattern from the store, try creating your own! In this video, watch as Kelly creates an applique snowman as part of a fun gift for her grandchildren, and gives us some other ideas to get started on…Watch Now >>
Easy-to-Make Mug Rugs from Charm Squares
If you are looking for a nice gift idea, this is the project for you. Kelly Hanson shows us how to make a mug rug that is perfect for holding coffee or tea without making a mess. This gift is easy to make and is perfect for friends or family. Choose some fun fabric and…Watch Now >>
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I’m new at quilting, and I would love to see this pattern
So creative and yet simple, wonderful to see just what can be done!