This curvy cover isn't as hard as it looks! The secret? Simple folding and sewing. Even better, this free pattern is perfect for that fabric you've been saving for a rainy day... or any of the other goodies hiding in your stash.
Get started on a Celebration wall-hanging project that you can customize to your liking. Create a Halloween, holiday or birthday-themed project with Tammy's helpful troubleshooting tips along the way. You'll use paper piecing to lay out and assemble your blocks as you increase your speed and efficiency along the way.
If you're ready to give quilting a go, but aren't quite ready to dive into an entire quilt, it's time to meet the quilted placemat. It's the perfect project for practicing new skills, is totally manageable for newbies and, well, it's deliciously stylish.
Dive into your first project, a colorful runner that can be used for any occasion. Gudrun shows you how to prepare the batting before assembling the runner from the center out. Finish your project by adding a neat, simple binding using Gudrun's foolproof tips.
Curves can be intimidating, but Gudrun shows you simple tricks to stitch the illusion of curves with confidence for this unique table runner project. Next, you'll learn how to add your background and border fabric, and finish your runner with gorgeous topstitching.
Change your thinking from square to circular as you tackle a sunburst topper that's bursting with color and energy. Prepare the pieces using wedge and circle templates included with class, and fuse the gaps between the wedges with easy-to-use fusible appliqué. Finish your topper with curve-friendly bias binding.
Don't let your scraps from prior projects go to waste - use them all up in a gorgeous pillow! Gudrun walks you through the process of preparing and color-auditioning your scraps, marking the batting, and assembling your pillow with either an envelope back or zippered closure.
Advance your piecing skills even more as you work through the beginning steps of a flower-patch wall hanging project. Edyta walks you through the best practices for working with appliqué while helping you arrange your pieces with amazing precision.
Dive into a whimsical table runner using Tammy's Double Dutch Candy pattern. You'll gain tips on how to choose the best fabric for your runner before experimenting with various block combinations. Next you'll construct your Candy blocks and Hourglass blocks garnering pro tips along the way!
Start a whimsical floral table runner project with Amanda's tips and tricks for success along the way. You'll measure and cut your fabric and learn the best ways to incorporate fusible web as Amanda explains how to window an appliqué design.
Discover ways to create trapunto and yo-yo techniques with a colorful Hawaiian Table Topper project. Amanda shows you how to prepare and sew the pieces before creating the puffy look of the trapunto appliqué. She finishes the topper by adding easy-to-make yo-yo embellishments that encircle the trapunto.
Meet your instructor, television personality and AccuQuilt spokeswoman Eleanor Burns. Get a sneak peek of the three quilts you'll have the opportunity to make in class, and start learning the basics of how to cut fabric with the AccuQuilt GO! die cutter. Eleanor shares advice on how to choose fabrics before helping you start the Flower Basket quilt.
Dive into a new project: a vibrant flower-adorned appliqué pillow. Discover how to cut, sew and press bias bars as Amanda demonstrates multiple techniques for working with bias tape. Align and fuse your flowers with precision and ease as you learn new quilting techniques along the way.
Complete the table runner you started in Lesson 2, and be prepared for a surprise when you learn that the background fabric simply consists of multiple wedges! Karen shows you how to sew the blocks, demonstrates border treatments and shares suggestions for beautiful quilting ideas.