History of Log Cabin Quilts
If you ask quilters to name their top three quilt blocks, the versatile Log Cabin block almost always makes their lists. Read about the history of this perennial favorite here.
Pinwheel Star Quilt Block
Assemble a 12" Pinwheel Star block.
Sewing Projects with Embroidery
Embroidery, both by hand and machine, is making a comeback in quilts and other sewing projects. Whether the embroidery is a small embellishment on a quilt or a larger sewn design, it is sure to add an extra handmade touch to your quilts!
Projects Using Precut Strips
Precut 2-1/2"-wide strips make quick work of quilts. Choose a favorite roll of precuts for a project that looks coordinated with little effort.
Choose your favorite pack of charm squares (precut 5" squares) to make charming quilts, pillows, and table toppers.
Sewing Projects Using Wool
Felted wool is easy to handle, doesn't fray, and is quite forgiving. Browse our collection of free sewing patterns that use felted wool, then start stitching!
Double T Quilt Block
Sew a 12" square Double T quilt block.
So Many Squares
What's better than squares? How about squares that form squares! In this quilt, a plethora of 1800s reproduction prints unite in a king-size Square-in-a-Square design.
An all-in-one sleeping bag and pillow made with plush fabric make the perfect place to cuddle up and read a book (or drift off).
Some painless math and simple sewing result in a great pair of grommeted curtain panels to cover any window in your home.
Rail Fence Quilt Block
Assemble a 12" square Rail Fence quilt block.