Log cabins are one of the building blocks of quilting (puns intended!). But what is the best way to approach such a classic block? Let’s see what Oda May has to say in today’s edition of Dear Oda May.
Well, we are 11 days into the new year. That means you all have your sewing spaces organized, your APQ UFO lists filled out (and you’re well on your way sewing through the first month’s project), and you have contemplated all of the things you will accomplish this year. Whatever you are chasing – health, wealth, dreams or tangible things – you have a calendar on the wall tracking your projects and goals down to the very last detail…
Happy New Year! We have to thank our team of talented Chefs for sharing these and all of the other wonderful projects we have published in that past 365 days. These are the top quilts of 2016 – what a year!
We hope that you find one to add to your “must make” list for 2017. Wishing you all a happy and healthy new year!!!
The holiday season is upon us! If you’re like me, you boxed up those fall table runners and turkey wall hangings the day after Thanksgiving and started getting the Christmas decorations out. My tree is trimmed and glowing! My shopping is done and now I can focus on cookies, fireside sitting, and sewing up the last of the handmade gifts for my loved ones this year.
What are your wishes for Christmas? Is is something for yourself or a family member? Maybe you’re not thinking of something that can be wrapped up with a bow. Let us know in the comments and check back in throughout the month to see small, quick-sew projects that make great gifts and to hear our Chefs’ wishes, too. You might just find yourself with a little something for your stocking from me.
White is a classic background fabric and always a great choice, but what about those times when you want to shake things up? Today I have some tips for you to find the perfect matching solid to make the prints pop!
It’s too late for Halloween sewing this year, but it’s the perfect time to start on next year’s Halloween projects! Continue reading