Ready for another layout design for your Stitch Pink Sampler blocks? This is our third tutorial and I hope that at least one of these has inspired you to get your blocks sewn up and put together into a quilt. All of the layouts I've shown you are flexible so that you can make your quilt as large or small as you want. You can use any of them for all 30 of the blocks, just a few for a baby quilt, or anything in between!
You'll find all the posts for the quilt along in one place, <<right here>>....
Next up for our Stitch Pink Sampler sew along: putting the blocks together into a quilt! Have you thought about how you'll set your sampler together? There are so many fun options.
In our last post, I showed you how to do one layout option (found here) with sashing strips and cute hourglass shape accents. Today, I want to share an option that uses an alternating block design with one of the Stitch Pink Sampler blocks as the accent.
If you are just joining us, learn all about the sew along <<here>> and find links to download all the free block...
Did you sew along with us for the Stitch Pink Sampler with Moda Fabrics?
Let's get those blocks sewn into quilts, no orphans left behind. Of course, the quickest way to make them into a finished quilt is to simply sew them all together side by side. If you made all 30 blocks, you'll have six rows of five blocks for a quilt that's 60" x 72".
If you want to add a bit of something to make your quilt more interesting and pull the blocks together, read on. For those just joining in, read all about the quilt along and...
Happy block 30, we've-sewn-all-our-blocks-day!
I confess, at the beginning I wasn't planning on sewing all 30 blocks. I planned to sew a few here and there and mostly cheer you all on to make yours. But I am so glad I made them all, it was really fun to have a set project with an end goal like this. I haven't ever done a 100 day project or anything like that, but I can see how the psychology of committing to a daily project really keeps your fire burning.
If you have experienced a loss of mojo or interest in you...
When I did a giveaway a couple weeks ago I asked you all to tell me what is your favorite shape to piece. The overwhelming choice was half square triangles! I am actually kind of surprised by this (-:
So I figured you'd all like block 15 for our Stitch Sampler this month: it's made up of 49 HST's and quite striking. It takes a bit of time to sew, but it's soooo worth it in the end.
BUT. I did the sewing for this block different from the pattern, I wanted to share my method and measurements with you in...
It's here! The traditional and forever favorite Dresden plate is frequently on quilters' must-make list. I'm super proud of the latest video to hit Color Girl YouTube that's all about how to sew these classic quilt blocks.
In this tutorial, I'll teach you how to cut your Dresden wedge shapes using the EZ Dresden ruler. It is SUCH a handy tool! Use it to cut Dresden and tumbler shapes from 1" to 8" (every 1/2" in between). It's one of my top three most-used specialty rulers. <<get the EZ Dresden ruler here>>
In this video, you'll also learn to sew the...
October is a pretty fabulous time of the year. What could make it even better than pumpkin spice, autumn leaves, and cozy sweaters? a FREE block of the day quilt to sew along together!
This year, Moda Fabrics is sponsoring a block of the day sampler quilt pattern to celebrate and bring awareness for Breast Cancer month. They've put together 30 quilt blocks with instructions for you to download and sew. As you might guess, the Stitch Pink original is made with shades of pink and white...but you can make your blocks any style that you like!
Blocks are available one...