Are you starting to get into the spirit of the season yet? We have had a little bit of snow and some verrrrryyyyy cold temps, so it is definitely starting to feel like Christmas where we live! And even though I haven’t managed Continue reading
It’s that time of the year again….I have to admit it’s my most favorite time of the year, these weeks leading up to Christmas!
I may be sneaking in a little Christmas decorating here and there already, but shhhh, Continue reading
Did I ever share the story behind the name Farmhouse Quilts? Someone asked me the other day if I lived in a farmhouse when I started my blog. The simple answer to that is “no.” Which made me think that I should explain why I called it what I did…. Continue reading
This week I have a bunch of disjointed things to share…of course~ that’s how you know it’s me! 😉
I joined a local quilt guild recently and the members have been making doll quilts to give away at Christmas ( although, they are more “cuddle blankets” than doll-sized quilt in reality). This past week a number of us Continue reading
I hope you are all finally enjoying some Fall weather ( if you live in the Northern Hemisphere! 😉 ). Here in Central Pennsylvania we have been Continue reading
These past few weeks have been filled with a little bit of everything, from Continue reading
This week I want to share a very simple and basic tutorial on using fusible web to do appliqué. There are more advanced and paper-saving methods to use but I will cover those in another tute.
I love using fusible appliqué! It is fast, it is fun, and it is easy! There are Continue reading
I know I had promised you a fusible applique tutorial today, but this week was crazy with other things that just had to get done, so I promise to publish that post next week ;).
Instead this week I thought we could celebrate the fact Continue reading
Oh yeah, it’s time again…time for Continue reading
This week I thought I’d share how I approach doing a quilt binding entirely by machine. Personally I enjoy the whole “hand-sewing it to the back” part, but sometimes you may be in a time-crunch, or ( and I know this seems unbelievable 😉 ) you may be one of those people that absolutely loathes the hand sewing part.
The method that I used was soooo easy and worked like a charm so I hope you will like it too! Continue reading