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Jelly Rug Roll
A jelly roll rug is a fun and easy project to make from 2 ½” pre-cut quilting fabric strips, known as jelly rolls. Ashley Hough shows you how in this jelly roll rug tutorial.
9 Holiday Quilting Projects to Deck the Halls!
The holiday season is upon us! This exciting time is full of projects and gift making. That’s why National Quilters Circle put together a list of 9 projects that will help decorate your tree or fill your family’s stockings. This season, we wanted to gather other quilters in the amazing online community and share their awesome projects with you.
Quilting Before Sewing Projects
Zj Humbach presents several fun and easy projects where you quilt before you sew. See many examples of finished projects that were created using this technique. Learn how to make placemats or bags using these helpful tips. Try making one of these projects and see how quick and easy it truly is.
How to Make Fabric Beads Using Lutradur
Heather Thomas teaches you how to make free lace fabric beads for your next quilting project using lutradur. The melted fabric can add a unique textural component to your piece. All you’ll need for this little technique are a dowel rod, lutradur, stitching, and a heat gun.
Halloween Themed Face Masks and Treat Bags
Just because we're keeping safe, doesn't mean we can't get spooky! Make your face masks more fun with these Halloween themed face mask patterns! We’ve also got matching treat bags in varying patterns, you're sure to find one right for you or your kids. Patterns include: mummies, black cat, Frankenstein, pumpkins, and more!
A miniature quilt can be a fun project if you want to make a quilt but don’t have the time, space, or need for a large one. Mini quilts also use much less fabric and can allow you to use smaller scraps of fabric you may have been saving. Learn how to make a miniature quilt and get some inspiration from Toby Lischko.
Using Scraps of Quilt Fabric to Make Fabulous Fabric Necklaces
Get ready to stretch your creative juices with Rita Lynn! In this video, Rita shares a fabulous and fun project idea for utilizing all of those small scraps of quilt fabric and materials lying around the sewing room and turn them in to wearable fabric necklaces! Follow along with Rita as she shares her step-by-step instructions and offers creative ideas for incorporating pretty floral designs into your necklace creations.
How to Assemble a Quilt Sandwich
Assembling a quilt sandwich is an important part of finishing a quilt. Once a quilt top has been pieced, this is the step of the process that needs to happen before it can be quilted. ZJ Humbach walks you through this process and explains how a quilt sandwich is made.
How to Make a Tote Bag Using Charm Pack Fabrics
It’s important to remember that this method will be different for each and every one of you. Some people cannot get away from a very organized, balanced look, while others thrive on the random. In the video, you learn how to make an assembly line as you sew to complete the front and back of the bag.
Quick and Easy T-Shirt Quilt Tutorial
If you have a pile of clothing and T-shirts that have special meaning but don’t really know what to do with them, a T-shirt quilt may be the perfect solution. Not only will you get to revisit some old…
Sew a Travel Game Board
Ashley Hough shows you how to make your own board game board that can be used for checkers, chess or any other game that requires a similar board. For this fun project, you will only need small amounts of cotton fabric, a zipper of any length 11” or less, and then either the pieces you need for your game or lots of large buttons. Ashley shows how to begin making the game board by starting with strips of contrasting fabric. While this project can be made from any color of fabric you want...
Wrist Pin Cushion
Making a wrist pin cushion requires only a small amount of cotton or your other favorite woven fabric, some stuffing to give the pin cushion some shape, something stiff to add to the back of the pincushion and a closure method. Nicki begins by showing the basic shapes that you need to cut from your fabric in order to make the pincushion — two small squares and two long strips that go around your wrist with a couple inches of overlap.