Recent Blog Posts
Calculating binding is one of those things that is both super easy and super irritating. Despite the fact that the math is straightforward and fairly obvious, every time I have to do it I have to think far more than I would like… so, I created this cheat sheet graph!
If you’ve been quilting for more than five minutes, you’ve probably heard and very strong opinions about how your seams should be pressed - and likely formed your own as well. I tend to walk right down the middle and think different quilts call for different methods. Whether you’ve already come to an ironclad opinion or aren’t quit sure what the right answer is, read on for some detailed pros and cons to help you decide if your project needs seams pressed open or to the side!
There are always moments that make your heart stop a little when quilting, but I’m not sure there’s anything more horrifying than pulling your brand new finished quilt out of it’s first wash and realizing that your dye has bled. The first time this happened I sat on the laundry room floor and cried with a wet quilt in my lap. It was not super fun.
I’m excited to announce that the Mountain Air pattern will be released on September 8th, and you can get it for free! Sign up for my newsletter (don’t worry, I’ll send you emails very rarely, and mostly just for special deals on new pattern releases!), and you’ll get it in your inbox.