Not actually a huge fan of any of these, but the idea of not doing a solid back is a good thing to remember.
Backing a Quilt Idea #6 Take the leftover fabrics from the quilt and cut them into strips to make a matching stripy section on the back. More Ideas here: http://www.victorianaquiltdesigns.com/VictorianaQuilters/Library/UsefulInfo/VQDInspiration/QuiltBackingIdeas.htm #quilting
Storybook Block (FREE quilt pattern) ~ using an illustrated fabric panel or from a “quiet” or fabric book. Quick and easy, suitable for all skill levels.
Interesting layout for a panel piece. Instead of a wall hanging, creating it a little larger to become a throw quilt.
Storybook Quilt Block (FREE quilt pattern) ~ using an illustrated fabric panel or from a “quiet” or fabric book. While a “quiet book” is usually only appealing to a baby or toddler, a storybook quilt continues to be enjoyed and used by a child for many years, and is especially enjoyed by a child that is learning to read. It’s a quick and easy project suitable for all skill levels.
Backing a Quilt Idea #9 Take the leftover fabrics from the quilt and use them in the center strip on the back. More ideas here: http://www.victorianaquiltdesigns.com/VictorianaQuilters/Library/UsefulInfo/VQDInspiration/QuiltBackingIdeas.htm #quilting
Just start stitching! Practice free-motion quilting with 24 easy-to-achieve projects Youll make simple quilts, embellish kitchen towels and clothes, personalize a messenger bag, and so much more All p
Step by step instructions and advice on free motion quilting. Be sure to see the Free-Motion Designs page (above)!
Whatever level of quilter you are, I'd love to help you with Free-Motion Quilting! See my Craftsy links below for off any class!
A refreshingly new approach to free-motion stitching, First Steps to Free-Motion Quilting by Christina Cameli allows you to make something beautiful while improving your free-motion quilting skills. I More
tallgrass prairie studio: Vintage Windows Crazy Block Tutorial - One reason to save all my scraps
Vintage Windows Crazy Block Tutorial Looks like this is a great fast and easy way to do a crazy quilt…and one could really use up those weirdly shaped scraps of fabric that one always has in her stash!
How to make a crazy quilt…someday! – this is why I save all my scraps! is creative inspiration for us. Get more photo about DIY home decor related with by looking at photos gallery at the bottom of this page.
How to make a crazy quilt...someday! - this is why I save all my scraps!
An irresistible combination of textures and colors creates a striking quilt. Use traditional colors and elegant textures to make up a handsome quilt. It’s super simple and easy to change up the pattern by twisting and turning the Four-Patch blocks, and the easy design will go with just about any decor and fit anyone’s taste. See additional images for blocks made in the Perfectly Paisley fabric cuts (shown below). Finished size is 57" x 70". Also available in a quilt kit (listed below) ...