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.
Put your budding quilt-as-you-go skills to use on a lovely quilt that calls to mind a flock of birds. Gudrun shows you how to create a "quilting map" as a placement guide, and then reveals how to make and assemble your units in neat rows.
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.
Meet designer Toby Lischko and start by reviewing the Hourglass Quilt. Toby shares her tips for accurate quarter-inch seams, then shows you how to prepare strip sets and cut curves with plastic templates you can also make yourself!
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.
Mistakes happen, even for the Midnight Quilter. But hey, the show must go on! Tune in to see how Angela conquers a little stitch snafu on her way to sewing a scrappy square-in-square stunner, just in time for her family reunion.
Learn an easy design for the Bricks quilt that combines 5-inch and 10-inch square pre-cuts, and use chain piecing to make assembly even faster. Then, work up a variation of this design: the Sticks quilt.
Put 2.5-inch strips to work in an eye-catching gumball block design. Then, find out how to use tube piecing, and efficiently create angled designs. Amy shares her expert tips for sewing tricky sashing strips without cornerstones.