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Frolic - A Michael Miller Project

Kimberlee Tanner

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Frolic - A Michael Miller Project

We are nearing the end of our year as Michael Miller Ambassadors, but still have a few projects left to share! This month, we were so excited when we opened the box of fabric. We absolutely love this line and had such a fun time creating with it. We have some fabric leftover and have ideas for a few other little projects we are working on as well. You'll want to keep an eye on our social media to see when they are finished up. The fabric we received is called A Bushel and a Peck by Alicia Dujets. The prints...


2021 Mystery Quilt Along Month 9

Kimberlee Tanner

Tags Free Patterns, QAL, Quilt Pattern, Quilting, Quilting Basics, Tutorial

2021 Mystery Quilt Along Month 9

How to Make a Quilt Back The quilt top for our free mystery quilt along is done, but it's not a quilt yet! This month we are working on making a quilt back and getting our quilt sandwiched and ready for quilting.   How Much Fabric Do I Need for My Quilt Back? Before we can figure out how much fabric we need, we need to decide what kind of fabric you are using! There are two main options here (we'll talk about scrappy backs in little bit). Wide Back Quilting Fabric First, there are wide back fabrics. These are...


How to Free Motion Quilt Loopy Rows

Kimberlee Tanner

Tags Beginner Quilter, Free Motion Quilting, Quilting, Tutorial

How to Free Motion Quilt Loopy Rows

This week we are learning a new free motion quilting motif! To aide you in finishing your quilt tops, we are sharing lots of free motion quilting designs that I love to use on our quilts. I also share little tips and tricks that I use to quilt on my domestic sewing machine.   This is a fun and easy design that is great for beginner quilters (or more experienced ones that just need to get the quilt done!) New to free motion quilting? Check out our Beginning Free Motion Quilting Course. We walk you through setting up your machine,...


How to Foundation Paper Piece Flying Geese

Kimberlee Tanner

Tags Foundation Paper Piecing, Quilt Pattern, Quilting Basics, Tutorial

How to Foundation Paper Piece Flying Geese

Love flying geese, but don't like dealing with cut off points and skewed edges? Using foundation paper piecing to make your flying geese solves both of these issues! You can quickly and easily make a string of geese with perfect points, the exact size you need.   Flying geese are a very versatile block and used in so many designs, both traditional and modern. There are lots of methods to make them, and if you want to try another of our favorites, head here to learn how to make 4 at a time:  No Waste Flying Geese Foundation Paper Pieced...


2021 Mystery Quilt Along - Month 8

Kimberlee Tanner

Comments 2 Tags Curves, Free Patterns, Inspiration, QAL, Quilt Pattern, Tutorial

2021 Mystery Quilt Along - Month 8

This month in our Mystery Quilt along is probably the easiest month, but it is also the most exciting! We are going to finish up our quilt top and finally get to see how it all looks together! Don't worry though, we aren't done yet. The fun continues all year and we are going to help you complete your quilt so that you are snuggling in it before next year.   Piecing the Middle Section The first thing we need to do, is complete the middle section. To do this, grab the green and white strips that we cut WAY...