Let me tell you about the new modern quilt pattern for beginners – the throw size Paradigm Quilt! I made this modern quilt for the cover of the Paradigm quilt pattern.
First off, the design of the Paradigm quilt pattern is a single-block quilt – scaled up or down for each size. The new modern quilt pattern includes 3 sizes: pillow, baby, and throw. You can get the quilt pattern in my shop as a PDF Download or printed paper booklet version.
The Paradigm quilt pattern is a modern, big block quilt pattern for beginners. It is designed to feature large simple patchwork pieces and is beginner-friendly. It uses traditional shapes such as Flying Geese and the Economy Quilt block in a fresh modern way! If you like modern geometric quilt patterns and a fast, fun quilt finish – this quilt pattern is for you!
This easy modern quilt pattern might be considered a skill builder, as it will teach you how to make 2 different main types of quilt blocks, and it provides helpful diagrams & instructions for every step of making the quilt top! This modern quilt pattern PDF is available as a digital download as well as a paper pattern.
If you’re a beginner quilter or thinking about learning how to quilt, you need to start with the right quilting tools! These essential quilting tools and notions will get you well on your way to making patchwork quilts the easy way.
This article shares all my personal favorite sewing tools I use to make a quilt. I have categorized these quilting tools based on the step of the quilting process they’re used in. Be sure to also check out How to Make a Quilt From Start to Finish if you’re a quilting beginner.
This article is all about which AccuQuilt dies are the best for AccuQuilt fabric cutting machine beginners. If you don’t already use an AccuQuilt fabric cutting machine to cut your quilting fabric pieces, I’d like to also draw your attention to a couple other resources that will help you learn about AccuQuilt and the basics of how the machines work.
The Economy quilt block was popular in the 1930’s and is still a beloved quilt block to make today! This step-by-step patchwork tutorial will show you how I make an Economy quilt block, and hopefully give you the confidence to successfully make your own as well!
While of course Economy Quilt Blocks can be found in tons of traditional quilts throughout time, I like to give them a modern twist in my own patterns. Once example of a modern way to use the Economy block is in the Paradigm quilt pattern, which will be released on January 14th in my pattern shop.
I’m typically the type of person that chooses simple over complex about 99% of the time, which is why it was so odd for me to want to try making a Mariner’s Compass quilt block. The Mariner’s Compass block features a lot of crazy points, weird angles, and also involves sewing curves – all things that would normally scare me away! BUT I made the quilt block, and it wasn’t even all that hard! I have a secret weapon to share with you that made this intimidating Mariner’s Compass quilt block actually super easy! Are you ready to know my secret to making this complex quilt block super simple?