Monday, January 13, 2014

Starting Fresh and a Giveaway!


Hi there! I'm Lindsey!
I am excited to be the newest member of the Fort Worth Fabric Studio Blog.  I am thrilled to be joining the Fort Worth Fabric Studio team and hope we can get to know each other a little better. :)  To start, I just wanted to share a few tidbits about myself:  I have been married to my best friend for 7 years and we have three beautiful children.  When I’ m not chasing after my little one’s and cleaning up messes— I enjoy sewing, blogging (you can check out my own blog here), running, baking, watching netflix, and eating. Yes, eating is a hobby of mine.  I take my food very seriously! :)  So now that you know me a little better, I want to share with you what I have in store for the Fort Worth Fabric Studio blog! 

I have some fun new projects, and tutorials up my sleeve! I am going to be working with Fort Worth Fabric Studio's awesome bundles--and will be sharing with you fun new sewing tutorials and quilt patterns.   If you haven’t already checked out the bundles offered at the shop, then you really need to!  Jodie has a knack for making beautiful bundles by combining different fabrics and prints by all different designers. 
Along with the projects, there are going to be lots of giveaways!  Fort Worth Fabric Studio is going to be giving away anything from fabric bundles, gift certificates, and notions.  So be sure to check back each week for the newest giveaway. 


In addition to the giveaways and projects, I will be showcasing different patterns, notions, the newest bundles (including the Friday Bundle Batch),  and I will let you know of current sales and coupon codes to the store. 

Now, for the best part of this post!  We are going to start things off with a bang! One lucky reader is going to get a gift certificate to the Fort Worth Fabric Studio for $50.00.  





To enter all you need to do is answer the following question:

What sewing/quilting tutorials do you want to see this year?

Giveaway is now closed

****Be sure to leave your email if you are posting anonymously, or are a no-reply blogger. That way we can contact you if you win! :)


Good Luck, and I'll talk to you soon!


Linking up to: Giveaway Roundup

192 comments:

Gill said...

I'd love some help with curves - and a nice easy project to start me off!!

Jeanie said...

Welcome Lindsey! I guess I still like free motion quilting lessons... on a regular machine... and also thread painting. Thanks so much for the wonderful giveaway!

Anita said...

FMQ lessons, and Paper Piecing.

Lisa Marie said...

I always like tutorials for bags and pouches.

nettie said...

I have always wanted to do scalloped edges; that would be great to learn more about it.......;o)

DeborahGun said...

Tutorials for bags are always great, and for quilts using precuts. Thanks for a great giveaway.

2 bees said...

Love to see a tute on improv blocks.

Needled Mom said...

Congratulations!! I would love to see any tutorials to help me use up my scraps.

Karen said...

Tutorials for scrap quilts, and bags and table runners. Fun, easy projects.

Lorna McMahon said...

Congrats, Lindsey! I am sew excited to see that you and Jodie are working together on the blog! This is fantastic!!! Tutorials? Hmmm.... To start with, I think it would be great to see tutorials geared towards newer quilters. And then work your way to showing more advanced techniques. How about a tutorial on making HST's? I know there are a few methods for this and it would be great to see one tutorial that covers each method. Then we could choose the one that suits our taste!

Leslie said...

I'm just getting into quilting so a tips/suggestions/things you wish you knew starting out would be fun. Thanks!

Rosieq said...

I think Lorna's suggestion is great, helping the new Newbies learn at a steady pace, but once a month or so, toss is something for the more experienced person, perhaps making it a challenge! I really need help in quilting the smaller quilts, table runners and bags...on my sewing machine, free motion or following a design. Thanks for asking...and welcome aboard.

Cattlilly said...

I am with Jeanie-Free motion quilting on a regular machine is what I would like to see. I am always looking for a fun block of the month to follow too.

Kathy @ Kwilty Pleasures said...

How about a QAL? Thanks for the chance to win.

Addie Polston said...

free motion on a regular machine

Julie said...

Bags are always fun and quick baby quilts. I am at the age where so many of my friends are having babies.

Anonymous said...

Projects using scraps.. totes, quilts.. kitchen accessories

Polly said...

modern ways to set blocks!

Robin said...

Paper piecing!

Sarah said...

Quick easy lap quilts with precuts!

Jessica said...

Hmmm... Tutorials on how to cut and work with triangles. I haven't tried to make flying geese or any of the other things you can do with triangles, but I love the look of them. I am a little scared to try it out. A tutorial would be helpful.

Anonymous said...
This comment has been removed by a blog administrator.
Anonymous said...

Hi Jodie, I was just suggesting maybe some small, seasonal projects using your fabric bundles..They are always so pretty and you keep the pricing and shipping so reasonable..also, the instant gratification always feels rewarding..My best for a lovely New Year......Barbara Whittall Thibeault

Pat said...

I would be interested in fast FQ patterns or FMQ tutorials.

susan said...

I would love to see how to make curves, paper piecing and how to know how to figure out size of squares you need to make hst.

Tanyia said...

I would also love to learn curves, and perhaps some "for dummies" tips on blocks like NY Beauty and double wedding ring! <3 Thanks for the chance as well!

Carolyn said...

How fun! You are right about Jodie putting awesome fabrics together. She has a wonderful eye! I would love to see some tutorials on some small things....maybe like table runners, or bags or mug rugs...something along those lines?

Thank you for the chance to win!

Stephannie Brown said...

Welcome Lindsay - we look forward to seeing everything you post. For me I would like to see quick projects like bags, table runners, easy/quick home decorating projects such as pillows, bed runners or valances/curtains. Cutting/sewing tips too would be fun.

Cheryl said...

Free motion quilting designs and maybe a group like a quilt along or a block of the month. I'd also love to know how to get perfect HST points. Mine aren't quite there yet! Mrscwatson81(at)hotmail.com

Natalie said...

I would love anything to help me tackle my scrap bins!!!

MaryD said...

Love to see those great ideas for small projects that would be for hostess gifts.
MaryD
www.stitchesonmyneedle.blogspot.com

Lorna D in KZN said...

Where and how to start on free motion quilting. Do you do one block at a time, do you start from the center working out. How do you join quilt as you blocks. That type of tutorials would be great.

Chiska said...

I'd love a simple kid dress tutorial

thriftstorecrafter.com said...

I'm looking for the perfect wallet and would love a tutorial on that. thriftstorecrafter@yahoo.com

*Cornelia* said...

I really could need something with curves, Im totally scared of them
oh and maybe some FMQ things too

Kim M said...

I'd love to learn to paper piece this year so tutorials on that would be great!

Mary @ Ms. Redo said...

Looking forward to seeing your tutorials! I'd love to learn more about binding - thanks!

Beth said...

I seem to stay away from bags and curves so that would be great! Thanks.

pkrueger said...

Welcome! I love to sew bags. Also baby quilts are fun projects and always looking for a new tutorial for that.

Rebecca said...

I'd love to find some tutorials on womens clothing - links to modern patterns, fit, etc.

Christine S said...

Quilts for precuts!

RobotMomSews said...

Congrats to you!! I would love to learn scalloped edges. Daunting! ;)

Cassandra {Sleeping or Sewing} said...

How about something a bit tricky? Fitted shorts, not with an elastic waist. :-)

Anonymous said...

I'd like to see a good Quilt As You Go technique that doesn't simply add backing later. Also, I've never participated in a Quilt Along but would try one-especially if i could "tune in" at my convenience. Congrats to Lindsey on the new blog! I'll check it out! -- Melba Loftis Hayes from Facebook

Tracey Holly said...

I would love to see quilts and other projects with precuts. Also, things that would have made it easier when you started sewing. Congrats on joining the shop!

Cynthia Brunz Designs said...

Congrats Lindsey! For tutorials, a good one on sewing binding and getting the miters right on curved and 60 degree edges. I have never quite gotten those right!

Thanks for the chance at a little shopping too!

Anonymous said...

I am torn...I NEED to learn curves, but what I WANT is fat quarter friendly gift tutorials that take 3 days or less --Amy Hoots from Facebook

charlotte said...

I would really love to learn paper piecing, once and for all. I have seen some tutorials, but I am a visual learner, so more is better.

barbara woods said...

curves would be nice

JoyceLM said...

I want to learn machine applique, so tutorials along that line would be nice. Also info on fusibles. Thanks.

Quilting Tangent said...

Complex blocks - Mariners Compass with alot of points, optical illusion. 24Tangent@gmail.com

Tracy said...

I would love to see a variety of tips and tutorials, mix it up! Nice idea!

Miggsie said...

I'd love to see a tutorial on measuring fabric, squaring it up, trimming blocks, etc. I know it's basic, but I sometimes still have trouble getting straight lines and square corners. Thanks!

Joanne said...

How exciting for you AND Fort Worth Fabric Studio! Looks like it will be a great match. :-) I'd love to see more information on machine stitched bindings. Thanks!

Lee Ann L. said...

Paper piecing! tips, tricks, how-to, and more! Thanks for a chance to win. :-)

Kate R said...

I love the FWFS bundles! Keep them coming :) For tutorials, I always love the variety of quilt tutorials available - it gives me such inspiration whenever I want to start a new project.

Linda said...
This comment has been removed by the author.
Karen M said...

I'd love to see a tutorial on how to bind a quilt with inside and outside corners, like a Double Wedding Ring.

Jody Polen said...

I would love to learn paper piecing.

Michele T said...

I would love to see tutorials on making curves - those are tricky but look amazing in a quilt!! Thanks for the chance!

Sarah said...

Free motion quilting tips.

Debbie said...

I would like a tutorial on FMQ using my regular sewing machine. I see all of these free motion quilted quilts and I am mystified by how they look as if they have been quilted using a template.

Mom C said...

Lots of different blocks that don't require a special ruler to cut the pieces. Marking a quilt for quilting, more FMQ, labels. Thanks.

Linda Nelson said...

I would love to see a purse frame (change purse) tutorial.

Grandma Kathy said...

A blog for a Quilt Block of the month.

Michelle said...

I would like to see a tutorial on putting in a zipper.

Melissa @ Missouri Mel said...

Free motion quilting is a skill I want to work on this year. I've given this blog and yours a follow on bloglovin.

Vicki H said...

I want to learn to put in zippers, fmq and binding inside curves.

Jo said...

I would love some info on making portholes, free motion quilting and bag making also how to follow a pattern I always get confused when reading them and make things harder than they should be

Susan Stanton said...

I'd love to see a tutorial on zippered pouches and bags. One where the zipper is smooth and flat, not pinched! Also, a good project for leaders and enders. yoyopattycakes@hotmail.com

Emily C said...

I can always use a new bag, so tutorials are nice.

Debbie B said...

I would like to see more tutorials on using charm squares. Thanks!

Jeanne Gwin said...

How about some math lessons on figuring sashing, borders and such. For the newbies how about a quick tip day on how many such and such can you get out of a fat quarter, fat eighth, things like that. I found that so helpful when I first started. Also teaching them about the 'grain of fabric' is so [important especially for borders so they aren't wavy. Something like Newbie Tip of The Week? :)

Melissa said...

I would love to see some tutorials using precuts!

PK Sews said...

I would love a tutorial for a zipped duffle or similar sized weekend-luggage bag. Thanks for the fun!

ShirleyC said...

Welcome Lindsey!
I love FWFS! Their fabric bundles just make me drool!
I would love to see some "quilt as you go" tutorials. I did a quilt as you go quilt a very long time ago, but I just sort of winged it myself. So I would love to see the professional way to do it.

KMSC said...

I would like to learn more about FMQ. Thanks for the giveaway!
k.castanette@hotmail.com

Tamie said...

Let's start small- zipper pouches- really.

Mom2RyandSis said...

Great Bundles! Would love to learn more about sewing curves without tons of pins! Thanks for the chance to win!!

Alyce @ Blossom Heart Quilts said...

Quick baby quilts are always good!

Wendi said...

Maybe something with super easy paper piecing so I can finally learn how

Kathy Holscher said...

Congrats! Really looking forward to your blog! I really like (and appreciate) tutorials that involve quilt blocks which are twists on traditional blocks. I'd also like some ideas about how to put together nice blocks using large print and/or directional fabrics. I'm also in need of good (and easy) paper piecing instructions. Not asking for much huh?! :)

DebraKay Neiman said...

Free motion quilter on a home machine, thanks. crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

Anonymous said...

Congratulations on joining up with FWFS. It'll be great for both of you. I love any type of tutorial for a quick gift or project for a young child just learning to sew.

Ursula
uschbear at gmail dot com

Connie Cain said...

Stash busters and quick quilts! :)
craftyccain@gmail.com

Ann-Marie Jaxgård said...

Blocks and patterns, without using special rulers.

Jasa Seo Jepara said...

Your topic is very interesting for me to learn and then could be a reference
I hope there is an update article, and I can subscribe via email
Thank you! Seo Jepara Jasa Seo Murah

Lee said...

Sewing curves would be a good tutorial for me! Thank you!

ga447 said...

Their is so much I want to learn, curves would be great. I also like quick projects for holiday themes.

Michele said...

Welcome, welcome! I hope you enjoy it at FWFS. Paper piecing is on my Must Learn list this year so that is what I'd be most interested in. Thanks for the chance to win.

brownj6610 said...

I love FWFQ bundles. I'd love a tutorial on what percentage of a color to use in your quilt to make your quilt pop. I can never determine how much or how little to use of each fabric color when designing my own quilt.

Sally Nicol said...

Gorgeous bundles. Sewing cures and achievable fmq on domestic machine.

delaineelliott said...

I would love to see pouches, purses, bags, totes, etc.

Jeanne said...

would love to see some tutorials on making purses. Thanks for the giveaway!!

JJ said...

I would love to see Applique and new projects using Fat Quarters and scraps.

Danielle said...

I'm trying to learn paper piecing quilting for wall hangings, and I'd love to learn more about choosing colors/fabrics for specific projects.

Missy Shay said...

I would like tutorials on different borders and bindings.
missysaprons@gmail.com

Kathleen OGrady said...

Congrats Lindsey! I am sure you will be a great asset to FWF! I love their custom bundles, they are always so pretty and hard to resist. I would like to see tutorials on purses or bags, they are always fun and useful. Maybe some easy quick tuts and then something more difficult. A QAL would be fun also.

Sallie said...

I would like a tutorial on needle turn applique.

Nancy B said...

I would like to see tutorials on small items to make for gifts.

Jacklynn said...

I would love a tutorial about curved seams - really love drunkard's path blocks and I have an apple core die for my Go and haven't tried it yet. Thanks for the give away! jacklynnsteven at netzero dot com

Karen Smith said...

I's love some tutorials on how to make garment sewing a little easier. Like how to easily add zippers, should we double stitch the underpart of sleeves, better ways to mark fabric, easy ways to get a professional look without a serger.

Jen Beatty said...

Anykind of small projects, I have way too many unfinished twin size plus quilts to make, so my goal is to make smaller everyday/holiday toppers/runners/wall hangings and they are a great way for me to pratice free motion quilting. Thanks for asking!

gpc said...

Ideas for things I can do in short spurts to have gifts ready for next Christmas! :)

Kalynn's Creations said...

I love all kinds of tutorials. I think my favorite are techniques that can be used on all sizes of quilts. That would be great - how to make a well loved pattern different sizes. Thanks for the giveaway. Love the bundles!!

Courtneysews said...

I'd love to see tutorials on small projects and skills on techniques likes hidden zippers, piping, FMQ and curves. Thanks for the giveaway!

needle and nest said...

Hmmm.... How about something for little boys?

Sarah @ Berry Barn Designs said...

Let's see... curves and applique... mostly small projects so I can actually squeeze in time to try them!

Sherryl said...

I'd love to see some quick and easy seasonal themed mug rugs! Like everyone else, I love to see small projects that might actually get finished in a month... before you put out another one! lol
- sunshdws at yahoo dot com

Anonymous said...

I'd like to see easy bag tutorials --- something using the overgrowth of mod fabrics in my collection. Feeling that the overgrowth of plastic in most grocery stores is going to haunt us in the future .. . . anytime I can bring my own totable bag is helping keep the environment safe and healthy for wildlife and our children.

Cindy said...

I would like to see tutorials on all different kinds of things in a small enough size that it would only take a fat quarter to sew them. Some ideas could be a table runner made with stars, could learn to make stars and binding both inverted and regular..

Terry@ a quilting blog said...

I'd love to see video tutorials showing how to quilt simple designs on your home machine.

Bethany M said...

I would love to see paper piecing tutorials!

MissMary said...

I'd like to see ways to make large prints work on small-scale projects.

Gwen Wehner said...

Tutorials are great - I always learn something, even if the subject is one I think I already know well! How about machine applique, or using decorative stitches?

Genee' Davis said...

I would love to learn scalloped edging and/or prairie point edging! Fairly new to quilting and want to add a special touch!

Sew Simply said...

Welcome Lindsey!

I'm working on Applique to start the new year off. Would love to see some tutorials for that. I also love scrappy projects :)

Amy Caldwell said...

I would love to see paper piecing. For some reason, they intimidate me. I see all these beautiful blocks and quilts, but when I see that it's paper pieced, I run the other direction. Help!!!! ;)

Sew Gramy Sew said...

I also would love to get help on the curves, that I think is my downfall. thanks

Wendy said...

I'm never really sure what I need to learn until I see someone do it! I have never pieced curves, or y-seams... I just like a nice variety! Oh and I'm with you, eating is very much a hobby!

Anonymous said...

I love all tutorials. You are never too old to learn. Maybe something with hexagons? Something small to get started. Thank you, love the fabric bundles! going2pieces@gmail.com

Shelley Dupont said...

I would love to try paper piecing. Thanks for the chance to win, I love ordering your bundles :)

Anonymous said...

Jodie is the best at making bundles and customer service! I'd like to see some quick, smaller projects to use up scraps; I can't throw them away! Good luck to Lindsey and Jodie and thanks for the chance to win :)

Laurel said...

I think you just posted a tutorial I love. Can't wait to make the heart pillow. I do like seasonal ideas so maybe some more of those.

Kelly Marie said...

I would love to see applique and ruffle tutorials!
hiccupsandsunshine(at)yahoo(dot)com

Fran said...

I'd love to see tutorials for quilts made with different triangle block patterns (HST, Equilateral, maybe even half square rectangles). Thanks for the great giveaway.

Amorette said...

Curves, zippers, and things besides quilts: toys, simple clothes, baskets.
Thanks!

Lesley said...

I would like to see tutorials for more difficult baby quilts...maybe using different shapes! Thanks!

cobcottagecraft said...

New quilter tutorials.

CrazyCatLady said...

A variety of tutorials keeps things interesting -- that way you'll appeal to the most people.

Rhonda D. said...

I would like to see a tutorial on free motion quilting. Thanks for the chance to win!

wigglypup2(at)yahoo(dot)com

Anonymous said...

I would love some tutorials on stippling. I love the look of this technique.
wlinda_ca@yahoo.com

pippirose said...

I'd love to see some tutorials on edges--maybe some scalloped ones.

Anonymous said...

I love just about anything that's quick and easy. Bags, blankets, little girls dresses..... wyliejt@sbcglobal.net

Deanna Daugherty said...

I'd love some help with fmquilting. I want to move into art quilts.

Anonymous said...

Congratulations on your new blog spot! Something I have always wanted to do is a Feathered Star. I know it is more advanced for some but that is what I would like. Maybe you could walk the "new quilters" along and it would still be helpful for the more advanced too.

Jessie Reynolds said...

Welcome!!! I would love to see quick and easy, but they look hard :) I work 40 hrs a week but love quilting and love being able to put one together in a weekend!

JEnnifer Fraunfelder said...

Wow! Yay ! How awesome Lindsay ! I'd love to learn and see anything for a beginner quilter! 5555555555555588888888888 (oops, kitty had to add his 2 cents in, jumped on keyboard)
I'd love to know more about paper piecing as well.
Happy New Year !
jennifer (dot) fraunfelder (at) gmail (D0t) com

Barbara Ensor said...

Tuorials for quilts that can use fat quarters and jelly rolls that don'T look like jelly rolls. ALSo, would sure like to follow on bloglovin' so I don't miss a post.

Abbe Coury said...

I would love to see tutorials for bags or scrap-busting projects! Thanks!

Anonymous said...

I woud like to learn more about meitering corners on my bindings. Love your enthusiasm!! karen.reinert@sbcglobal.net

Maree said...

Welcome, Lindsey! It's so nice to meet you and I look forward to having lots of quilty fun! New tips and tricks are always good to learn. I'd also like a "refresher" on paper piecing. Thanks a bunch! ☺

dianne finnegan said...

Welcome Lindsey! Jodie and the group at FW are great people to work with, eventho I only know them thru email! I have plenty of "involved" quilt patterns. Would like easier tutorials on using the many FQ's I keep adding to my stash.

QuilterB said...

This is so exciting! I love FW- one of my very favorites! I love all kinds of tutorials. I particularly love innovative techniques! Looking forward to what all you will be sharing!

Anonymous said...

I second the votes for FMQ and paper piecing! The blog looks great, by the way.... welcome!

Alice
tallsknygal(at)yahoo.com

Barbara Maietta said...

Welcome, Lindsey!! I know you're going to enjoy working here! I would love to see a tutorial on how to close the binding on a quilt. Thanks for a great giveaway!

QuiltSue said...

Hello and welcome. I'd love to see a tutorial on inserting zips so I can make some little make-up bags/pouches, please.

Also some tips on applique by hand would be wonderful.

SuzyMcQ said...

Tuts on how to sew circles would be on the top of my list. In the past I've appliquéd them, but I'd like to find a better way.
Thanks for the great giveaway and welcome Lindsey!

Sherrye said...

Oh, there are so many things I want to learn!!! How to make bags with a zipped top, free motion quilting, and patterns to use those beautiful precuts! Welcome to the "family" and thanks for the awesome giveaway.

Lou said...

Welcome:)
I love ideas for using up all my scraps:)
And anything modern:)

Linda said...

Hello, I'd love to learn how to do 60 degree blocks; blocks using no-Y seams; love all star blocks! Any new hints on machine stitching+FMQing too! Thanks for your inspiration! Thanks for a sweet giveaway too!

msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

Barbe said...

i'm always interested in new block techniques.

Melanie said...

Hi Lindsey, looking forward to a fresh perspective on quilting! I want to learn zippers this year and more free motion quilting on my home machine. Scraps quilts are on the agenda too!

Anonymous said...

How to measure how much fabric you need to buy for a a certain size border..how to figure it out..also same thing with binding..how much fabric to buy for a specific size. --Helen Greening, email entry

tac73 said...

quilting on a home machine is what I most want to learn to do.

Kathy said...

I would love to see a tree skirt

Kathy said...

I would love to see a tree skirt

Mary Ann said...

I love tote bags so it would be interesting what you came up with. I will enjoy reading the blog...

Mary Ann said...

I love tote bags so it would be interesting what you came up with. I will enjoy reading the blog...

Sandy said...

I'd like a tutorial on picking colors.
I'm glad to see this website/blog meet with success. Thanks for this giveaway opportunity.

Judith Dallinger said...

Fresh and new baby quilt ideas.

Jennifer said...

I'd love to see some tutorials using precuts, totes and bags and I love the suggestion on picking colors, that would be wonderful!

ikan56 said...

I would like to see tutorials on projects with scraps and machine quilting.

~Angie said...

Bags and pouches would be great!

Helen said...

Greetings from Australia! I love quick projects that use up scraps. Small useful items that can be made and put away for unexpected gifts.

JAB said...

FMQ!

Claire said...

Paper piecing tutorials would be great thanks .

Sharla said...

I've been looking for a good optical illusion pattern!

Kathy @ Kwilty Pleasures said...

Pin cushions and accessories for our sewing machine.

Elizabeth Flores said...

I would love to learn more about scrap quilts... And zippers on bags.

Anonymous said...

Lindsey, Congratulations on joining such a wonderful team! I would love tutorials on quick bags for gifts. I would also love tutorials on free motion quilting. Thanks so much!!!

Chris Peterson
Cpeterson_1@hotmail.com

Tiffany said...

I just want to see lots and lots of ideas (tutorials?) for quilts using these awesome bundles!

Grandma Kathy said...

One with layer cakes! There are tons with charm packs and jelly rolls but not many with layer cakes.

Cheri, the Quilting Nanny said...

I would like to see a tutorial of someone showing us how to do FMQing on a twin size or larger quilt using a regular home sewing machine! They always show us using a small patch with is fine for technique and all, but all the bulk of a larger one..really really hard to do much more than just meandering and I'd like to learn to do more design patterns...but with all that bulk, have had NO luck!

Joan H. said...

I would like to know more about paper piecing and the selection of colors. Looking forward to learning from your tutorials.

Jane Browinski said...

I would love to see a lesson on how to decide how to cut fabric out. Do you start with WOF strips first?, largest pieces first, etc. How do I make best use of my fabric and be sure I have enough? I'd love help with this

MannValley said...

I'd love to know how to do mitered corners on sashing. Also, I'm interested in cute little girl dresses--toddler size using quilt scraps or Friday bundles. Thanks.

Linda V said...

I'd love to see paper piecing techniques.

corina said...

Thanks for stopping my blog and inviting me to check out this great site!! I would love to see a tutorial on a Modern Quilt as You Go project.

kris said...

Hmm.. I love seeing so many tutorials! This year I want to branch out with more improve and would love to do things with circles, like learn how to do a porthole.

Jacy E said...

Would love to learn how to design what to quilt on my finished quilt tops :)

Janine said...

Thank you :) I'd really like a tute on using minky for backing. I'm always afraid to use it in case it goes all wrinkly.

Cheryl said...

I would love to learn more about piecing with curves

Sandy W said...

Great sponsor and giveaways! I want to learn FMQ and accurate cutting techniques, and accurate 1/4" sewing!! Thanks Linsey

Yumm yumz by patticakes said...

Love your new blog! I just love tutorials - period! Anything fabric . . . all the time!
Thanks for the chance at your generous giveaway!

Debbie said...

Block tutorials are always fun!

sofen said...

All kind of bags tutorials!

jachelno(at)gmail(dot)com

Anonymous said...

I'd like to see tutorials on how to quilt for beginners. Basic and simple steps, I mean really simple!!!

Elizabeth said...

I would love to start quilting so anything quilting related.

ehesse1215@cs.com

Camille said...

Welcome! Can't wait to see all the goodies you share :)

New FMQ designs would be cool! Or color/fabric selection.

Jessica said...

Awesome giveaway. I'd definitely like some quilt tutorials on sewing with curves. It makes me so nervous! :)

Cecilia said...

I would like to see some quilting designs for free motion quilting.

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...