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Everyone likes shortcuts and ways to learn ways to make their life easier.  I have been asked if I know of any charts or tables that can ...

Everyone likes shortcuts and ways to learn ways to make their life easier. I have been asked if I know of any charts or tables that can ...

Sew a Classy Fabric Handbag with Two Two Fabric and Loads of Pockets!

Sew a Classy Fabric Handbag with Two Two Fabric and Loads of Pockets!

another fun block using tiny scraps... Grandma never threw away a scrapl... she would have loved this block

another fun block using tiny scraps... Grandma never threw away a scrapl... she would have loved this block

Design 8 from Dancing Butterfly Quilt Along: Bamboo Forest - http://freemotionquilting.blogspot.com/2015/02/dancing-butterfly-design-8-bamboo-forest.html

Design 8 from Dancing Butterfly Quilt Along: Bamboo Forest - http://freemotionquilting.blogspot.com/2015/02/dancing-butterfly-design-8-bamboo-forest.html

Turning 20 or Taking a Turn quilt pattern.  Pick out just 20 fat quarters and stack them up in 5's (4 times) and cut per this diagram and SNAP you have a whole quilt ready to sew!  This works great and in a single weekend you have a quilt!  Happy quilting!  CZ1

Turning 20 or Taking a Turn quilt pattern. Pick out just 20 fat quarters and stack them up in 5's (4 times) and cut per this diagram and SNAP you have a whole quilt ready to sew! This works great and in a single weekend you have a quilt! Happy quilting! CZ1

My use of a great technique making half square triangle unites from strip pieced squares. Strip piece two squares, turn one square so that it has strips horizontally, the other should be vertical. Put right sides together. Stitch all around the perimeter at 1/4" for seam allowance, then cut on the diagonals from corner to corner both ways. You will have 4 units. Press open and turn so the smallest section is in the middle and stitch as a four block. Voila!

My use of a great technique making half square triangle unites from strip pieced squares. Strip piece two squares, turn one square so that it has strips horizontally, the other should be vertical. Put right sides together. Stitch all around the perimeter at 1/4" for seam allowance, then cut on the diagonals from corner to corner both ways. You will have 4 units. Press open and turn so the smallest section is in the middle and stitch as a four block. Voila!

Hello all, I'm Kelly from My Quilt Infatuation, and it's my turn to share a tutorial in the Oh, Sew Baby Series!    This quilt is one of my favorite go-to quilts to make when I need a fast and fun bab

Hello all, I'm Kelly from My Quilt Infatuation, and it's my turn to share a tutorial in the Oh, Sew Baby Series! This quilt is one of my favorite go-to quilts to make when I need a fast and fun bab