Sunday, March 30, 2014
Friday, March 28, 2014
She also finished several folded star potholders.
The binding is almost finished on her Second Saturday Sampler quilt.
And, she’s totally finished with this beautiful star quilt for her daughter Jackie. Whew! Her machine should be all “warmed up” for that wedding dress by now! Isn’t it amazing what deadlines will do for your productivity?
Wednesday, March 26, 2014
Monday, March 17, 2014
Lisa finished this great quilt using the “Twister” pattern.
When the quilt top was finished, Lisa used the leftovers to piece the backing. What a great way to avoid adding more fabric to the stash!
Sunday, March 16, 2014
Saturday, March 15, 2014
The Classmate comes complete with pockets and vinyl zippered pouches perfect for carrying all your supplies to quilt classes. Pattern is by Atkinson Designs.
Make the Cash & Carry bags in three sizes out of the rainbow batik and our bright, fun zippers – The small one is perfect for holding all your Little Quilts receipts! The Zippy Strippy Bag is one of our best-selling bag patterns and is perfect made up in any fabric, but especially in bright colors for the summer! Both patterns are by Atkinson Designs.
You’ll love the compliments you get when you use one of our Ten-Minute tablerunners. Fun, easy, and fast (literally 10 minutes to make)! Get a free demo and pattern during Shop Hop.
The Shop Hop fabrics make great quilts, too! Our free Shop Hop pattern this year is a Disappearing Four-Patch pattern. You only need twelve blocks to make this 54” x 72” quilt. We love it made up in the rainbow batik and bright solids. Get the pattern free when you visit Little Quilts during the Shop Hop or, if you can’t attend, get the pattern on the free pattern page of our website.
“Georgia On My Mind” uses the lighter batik colorway of the Shop Hop fabric with a scrappy variety of greens and a very simple quilt block pattern to make a gorgeous 62” x 74” throw.
Thursday, March 13, 2014
Tuesday, March 11, 2014
An up-close look at Julie’s block shows just how easy block setting was! Look close at the quilting – it is exquisite!