Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Quilting crafts. Get inspired and try out new things.
Never make the mistake of forgetting these 4 important things to include when you gift a quilt! You'll be so glad that you did #4!!
Janice Gay saved to Sewing tutorials
What do you do with leftover quilt batting scraps? I have a wonderful solution to turn them into frankenbatting... if that confuses you, it is not near as hard as it sounds. It's a great way to make use of leftovers!
Darlene DONALDSON saved to Left over batting
Find lots of EASY quilt block tutorials that are perfect for beginners. These blocks might look hard to make, but they're perfect for the new quilter.
Janemartin saved to Quilting
The Night Vision block is quick to sew together. It uses only Flying Geese units and a center square and features partial seam construction (don't worry, it's not hard). Traditionally, Night Vision is made with three distinct shades of the same color (dark, medium and light). But once again I had to do it my way. Check it out!
fabric406 saved to fabric406 Quilting Tutorials
Tired of sewing things that you need and ready to sew something fun? Here are 20 fun and fabulous items that you can sew! Easy DIY craft tutorial ideas.
Lisa Halman saved to sewing
WHEN I made my Blueberry Crumb Quilt, I decided to try the Quilt As You Go (QAYG) method at the last minute. While I ...
Rosita Williams saved to Crafts
When you’re making a quilt, the batting is the most expensive part of the project. You can easily spend upwards of $50 for one quilt if you buy batting by the yard. But I have a secret! Some quilte…
Wander into any quilt store today and you’ll see aisles and aisles bursting with a rainbow of fabrics – and the hardest part will be deciding which prints to bring home. In the presence of so many amazing patterns and products, it’s hard to remember that quilting has a surprisingly thrifty background. Some of history’s most amazing quilts are rendered from the leftovers from other projects.
National Quilters Circle saved to Quilting Fabric
Last year, I cleaned out and got rid of most of my fabric stash. (Read about that here). I didn't touch my scraps though. I can't bring myself to get rid of them because someday I'll make a postage stamp quilt or a string quilt or a scrappy something! (Maybe I'll design a quilt meant to use scraps...hmm...) In the ba
Judi Baxter saved to QUILTING/SEWING
Help! The fabric is not enough to back a quilt. Is that you? Check out 5 ways to make a quilt back large enough with the stash you have.
Darlene DONALDSON saved to Quilt backing