This Quilting Blog is a mini e-book about quilting techniques, once learned, allows you to grow your quilting skills;
...lets you know whenever any new tips appear on Quilting Tidbits, telling you about more useful quilting techniques;
...helps you develop your quilting skills.
I made the first flag quilt for my husband, a Vietnam Veteran. When he became a patient at Martha Franks Nursing Home in Laurens, SC, I wanted to make
Motivated by my 4 nephews who made Eagle Scout, I made this Eagle Star Quilt. Then being reminded of God's word, I embroidered the scripture in Isaiah
This is a photo of my 3d Tumbling block quilt, took me around six months to make. It's very cold in Michigan, now I think I am ready for the lone star.
Unraveling the mystery of quilting stitches is easy. Quilting basics teaches the foolproof TNT rule.
The Lone Star Quilt will challenge your cutting, piecing and stitching skills.
Free QOV pillowcase instructions that will serve as a tote bag for your quilt.
Quilting Projects Honoring Our Veterans From "The Cherry Pit"
Baby quilting is lots of fun and couldn't be easier! Why not give a gift that keeps on giving?
Learn About Quilting Supplies From Your Quilting Buddies.The right supplies develop skills.
Affordable quilting tables with storage, cheap, and easy on the back.