Easy Block Quilt Series | Assembling the Quilt Back

Easy Block Quilt Series, Quilt Back via Wait Til Your Father Gets Home #quilt #quilttutorial #quiltblocks

We've worked through a huge portion of completing the Easy Block Quilt, including Assembling the Blocks and Piecing the Sashing & Borders, but what about the back?! Materials 1 1/2 yards fabric sewing machine and tools rotary cutter and cutting mat iron and ironing board quilting rulers safety pins {LOTS} batting, twin size Cuts this depends on what/how you want to piece the back … [Read more...]

Easy Block Quilt Series | Sashing & Borders

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If you've been following along with the Easy Block Quilt Series, you should already have your nine quilt blocks assembled.  The next step is to create your quilt top by adding sashing {those rows and columns between the quilt blocks} and borders. Materials 1 1/2 yards of plain white fabric rotary cutter/cutting mat pins sewing machine and tools iron and ironing board quilting … [Read more...]

Easy Block Quilt Series |Assembling the Blocks

Easy Block Quilt Series, Assembling the Blocks via Wait Til Your Father Gets Home #quilt #quilttutorial #quiltblocks

If giving handmade is important to you, and you've got a little one in your life that would love a warm quilt this year, this is the easiest-ever quilt to make.  I'll walk you through all the steps and materials needed for every step along the way.  To give you a general idea, the process involves: assembling the blocks {9 total}, assembling the sashing & borders, assembling the quilt back, … [Read more...]

Sawyer’s Birth Announcements

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I was provided birth announcements from Minted, a company I adore and trust for the purpose of this post.  All opinions are 100% my own. I absolutely LOVE getting mail, and I'm not talking about bills {blah}.  There's just something exciting and special about opening a pretty envelope to discover what awaits you inside!  So, you know I was thrilled when Minted agreed to partner with me for my … [Read more...]

Baptism Headband

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I'll start this post by saying I had grand plans for this day.  Even before I knew our third child was a girl, I always said I was holding onto my wedding dress to do something with it for my daughter's baptism day.  In my mind that meant making her dress from mine.  In reality that dress making dream turned into making a sweet headband two days before her baptism instead because {let's be real … [Read more...]