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Every year as the days get shorter, a new star shows up to signal the arrival of fall. Fomalhaut, also known as the lonely star of Autumn, is so far away that the starlight we’ll enjoy this fall had to start its journey to Earth way back in 1991! Thank goodness that the Autumn Stars in today’s new quilt can be completed in just a few minutes!
Here’s what you need to make this stunning quilt!
We’re making MSQC history here! For the first time ever, you can buy a kit to make the exact quilt ...read more
Not much sewing going on here this past week, but a spur of the moment trip “up north” to Minocqua, WI to visit some friends gave me some binding time in the car so I finished a couple of quilts.
The first one was the Rainbow Chevron quilt. It’s not very big at 39” x 47” but is a good toddler or tummy time quilt.
The second quilt was one of my UFO selections for July and I am thrilled to have it finished. I’m guessing it is at least ten years old because it was a Strip ...
Hello! I am Jen, and am a wife and mother first and foremost. My mother is a quilter and I learned so many things from her when I started showing interest as a teenager. Quilting is my heritage and I hope it will also become the heritage of my children and grandchildren. That is where my name comes from, Heritage Threads. Quilting binds generations together with threads of love.
I am very excited to have the opportunity to share the Flying Geese Log Cabin tutorial reboot with you today. When I saw this tutorial, I could not get the thought ...read more
Recently, I’ve seen many pictures and tutorial of granny square quilts. It seemed like a good project for a jelly roll so I started on of my own. Ten years ago I never would have thought I would use solid fabrics or white backgrounds in my quilts. In the past two or three years I’ve used several bolts of white or near white solid fabric. I’m a little tired of that look, so I decided to change it up a bit and used a Moda Bella solid called Peacock for the background.
I think it works particularly ...
Finally, the African Brilliance Collection is here! And now, it’s as easy as A-B-C to create your own African fabric quilt. Play around with the 50 strips (2-1/2″ wide x 44″ long) in this bundle to create something special.
You’ll find lots of jelly roll quilt inspiration online (start here) –at least until I get my own samples done ; ) Incidentally, I’m thinking of weaving the strips against a lightweight fusible batting, or pulling out some earth tones and turqs for quick quilt-as-you-go pillows…or maybe a Rail Fence spectrum quilt? More ideas than time, can you ...read more
First off today, I’d like to announce the winner of my Blogiversary Giveaway! Kathleen McCormick won a copy of 75read more
Some of the best discoveries come from making mistakes. That’s the case with this new quilting tutorial! it’s called Surprise Pinwheels and you’re just going to love it. Watch the tutorial and find out how this beautiful quilt pattern came to be!
Click on the button to watch the tutorial and see all the supplies you need to make your own Surprise Pinwheel Quilt!
I needed a quick and satisfying project to get me back in the swing of creating yesterday. I quickly went through my jelly roll drawer, and searched for the fabric that made my heart race the most.
I rewatched Missouri Star Quilt Co.’s YouTube tutorial Jelly roll race and then sat down at my machine and started stitching. It took me more than the hour the ...read more
There’s nothing as quaint as a small town. (Of course, as small town folks ourselves, we may be a tad bit biased!) I’m talking about the kind of place where you can step off your front porch and follow the sidewalk to the library, the park, or the corner bakery. It’s the kind of place where kids can ride their bikes all the way across town and the neighbors are friendly and familiar.
Today’s new tutorial, The Crosswalk Quilt, was inspired by a beautiful line of fabric called Neighborhood. It’s simple and sweet, but intricate ...read more
It has been a long time since I’ve done ANY sewing. It was the summer of walking and walk we did, but now it’s time to get back to business.
When my husband Jim retired in July, he had never taken more than one week of vacation at a time so we planned a trip to change take advantage of his new found leisure time. We hiked England’s Coast to Coast path. To prepare for walking 10-18 miles a day, we walked all summer long. By the time we left on September 16, we were regularly walking ...