If you don't know how to make a quarter-square triangle, it is definitely time to learn. It is used in dozens of quilt blocks (get an insight to quilt blocks in this class) , and making one is a great skill for quilters of all levels of expertise.
Emily Dennis
We can't get enough of this fresh and funky pixelated heart. It's easy to make if you know quilting basics, and it's gorgeous in traditional Valentine hues... or whatever color scheme you dream up (or find in your scrap pile!).
When it comes to pre-cuts, the quilting possibilities are endless. Whether you want to whip up a quick block pattern or piece together something more intricate, here are our go-to designs.
If you wanna learn to quilt, there's only one place to start: piecing basic blocks. These designs are totally beginner-friendly, and just might be the start of a lifelong quilting love affair.
The great thing about these blocks is you probably have all the supplies you need right in your scrap bin. Of course you can go big and make a whole quilt of 'em if you're feeling ambitious. But these simple trees are a cool foundation for a pillow or modern table runner, too.
Lindsay Conner
We get this question all the time: How is "patchwork" different from "quilting"? Aren't they the same thing? To the uninitiated, it can be a bit confusing, but it's not too complex once you know the basics.
Lauren Lang
Follow along as Angela breaks down the flying Dutchman block. First make the elements and organize them into groups. After that, see how to make and arrange eight flying geese, before putting them all together.
Things are starting to take shape! In this lesson, learn how to make X blocks for the border, then bring all of your blocks together in the assembly stage.
Meet Angela and begin by choosing the fabric, size and colorway for your Glorious Dawn quilt. Then get started on the center star panel. This star block is easier than it looks: you only need a four-patch, plus some stitching and flipping!
You've finished your quilt top, and now it's time to quilt it! Angela wraps things up by walking you through quilting an all-over free-motion design, then trimming and binding your beautiful new quilt.
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