Explore modern designs rooted in traditional Welsh quilting as you create a one-of-a-kind wholecloth pillow. Award-winning quilter Tia Curtis shows you how, step by step. Learn to mark your quilt using household items (such as a dinner plate!), then fill in the framework with your choice of Welsh motifs. Although you might find it helpful to use a quilting ruler and foot for some motifs, Tia also offers methods for free-motion and walking-foot quilting.
Go from runway to reality! Get to know designer and Bravo's Project Runway Season 17 winner Jhoan Sebastian Grey as he designs and makes a paneled skirt. Follow along with Jhoan Sebastian from drafting to sewing to finishing, and get an inside look at how a true fashion designer works. Tune in to Season 18 of Bravo's Project Runway, airing Thursdays at 9:30/8:30C starting December 5, 2019.
Stitch your story on pre-printed map fabric with this self-designed map embroidery sampler. Embroiderer Robert Mahar guides you step by step with expert tips and techniques. Plus get clever ideas for finishing and displaying your map like a pro.
Ready to push your limits and impress party guests with an over-the-top cake design you can't find anywhere else? This wow-worthy wedding cake by Rachael Teufel has interior pipes so you can pour champagne (or other drinks) through it! Rachael shows you how to build it step by step, along with other eye-catching cake decor. Now you can have your cake and sip from it, too.
Explore a more graphic, playful approach to drawing with artist and illustrator Lindsay Stripling. In this short project tutorial, you'll get a close look at her creative process from gathering inspiration to planning and executing her signature scenes.
Sink your teeth into current cake decorating trends! In the Man About Cake series, originally on YouTube, Joshua John Russell partners with Bluprint to deliver incredible tips for creating modern edible masterpieces. Each week, he decorates an original cake, shares his favorite recipes and gives pointers for designing like a pro.
Visit master patternmaker Suzy Furrer at her Apparel Arts school in Oakland, California. Get an inside look at three of her favorite garments as she shares her unique perspective on design and fashion history. She also helps you navigate her comprehensive collection of Bluprint classes so you can easily find them and expand your skills, no matter what level you're at!
Combine English Paper Piecing (EPP) with simple sewing techniques to create three cute giftable projects. The best part? These smaller projects are easy to complete AND portable so you can work on them wherever you go!
Wondering what to do with all your leftover fabric scraps? Designer Christina Cameli shows you how to piece them together without a pattern to create a gorgeous patchwork tote. With Christina's intuitive approach to patchwork, you can have more fun and improvise as you go!
Danielle French is the founder and owner of South Pond Farms, a culinary destination that hosts special events and workshops in rural Ontario. In these short tutorials she shares quick recipes for foodie favorites.
Delyse is a wrap-style cardigan with set-in sleeves, ribbed ties and a-line shape that's worked from the top down seamlessly — plus, it has pockets for added comfort and style! The kit comes with a timeless pattern and everything you need to knit it.
All your favorite dusty, modern colors pair with classic pinwheel blocks for the cutest quilt. This kit comes with everything you need for the quilt top and binding, and the pattern provides instructions for expanding your quilt all the way up to a King size.
This popular design by Monique Jacobs is back in new Boundless Rosette florals! This charming design features basic Variable Star and Courthouse Steps blocks, in a unique, on-point setting. The kit comes with everything you need for the quilt top and binding.
The classic granny square gets a modern overhaul! Made with chains, slip stitches and double crochet stitches, this throw is a beginner-friendly project that's easy to work up with just a few stitch repeats. The kit comes with everything you need for this chic crochet.
Simple blocks cut from 5” squares pair up and alternate for a fun, scrappy finished look in this expand-a-quilt. It’s a stress free design that shows off beautiful prints, and the kit comes with everything you need for the quilt top and binding.
Somerset by Tiffany Hayes is abso-bloomin’-lutely timeless! Strip piecing and stitch-and-flip techniques bring these summery blocks to life. This kit comes with everything you need to make the quilt top and binding.
This eye-catching medallion breaks down to deceptively simple squares, half-square triangle units and borders. Look closely — can you see them? This bright design is like walking through a summer garden, and the kit comes with everything you need for the quilt top and binding.
There's an easy (and fun!) way to make fabric you won't see anywhere else: block printing. By carving a block and using it to stamp a pattern onto fabric — which you can learn to do in Fabric Design: Block Printing — you'll never stress about finding the perfect material for any sewing, quilting or home decor project ever again. But block printing is only half the fun: what you make with that one-of-a-kind fabric is what'll give you that awesome 'I did it!' moment.
Say buh-bye to the days of searching for that perfect bolt of fabric. Block printing is the easy way to create custom fabrics for one-of-a-kind sewing, quilting and home decor projects. If you're new to customizing fabrics, Jen Hewett, textile artist and instructor of Fabric Design: Block Printing, has must-know tips for beginners.
Who says you can't teach a robot to love? This little guy is shining with Valentine's Day spirit, and he's guaranteed to look oh-so-cute on top of your holiday cupcakes. Make him while blasting "Love Machine" to truly get in the heartfelt mood.
Add a little more love to your home — literally. This table runner is perfect for Valentine's Day, and it features the best of sewing, quilting and machine appliqué so all your skills get put to good use.
No, that's not an actual amethyst on a cake. But it sure looks like one, right?! With some food color, rock candy and modeling tools, cake artist Rachael Teufel, owner of Intricate Icings Cake Design and instructor of Bluprint classes including Show-Stopping Pour-Through Cakes, says it's totally possible to create a gorgeous and lifelike geode cake that's more like a work of art than something you'd eat. All you need are her tips and tutorials before getting started.