Learn how to make a patchwork Christmas tree ornament with this simple tutorial! This version of a quilted ornament is actually super easy, and just involves some small piecing of your favorite quilt block!
You can read through the full tutorial or watch the video below:
If you’re new to quilting, there’s a chance you aren’t yet familiar with the concept of “chain sewing”. Chain sewing is one of my favorite techniques for quickly piecing many blocks at one time. To put it simply, chain sewing saves time & thread! To chain sew, you simply sew a bunch of pieces one after the other without snipping the thread in between until you’re done.
If you want to see chain sewing in action, check out this fun video:
Since I began quilting in 2013, I’ve always loved pairing traditional geometric shapes with modern designs, styles, and fabrics. I love to have fun with a nod towards tradition, and that just about sums up what the Reverberate Quilt Pattern is all about! This pattern features squares and Flying Geese blocks, which are obviously not anything new, but arranges them in a fun, modern design!
For as long as I can remember, I’ve always been drawn to bright springtime and summer color palettes, so as soon as I saw that FIGO was releasing this Prickly Pear fabric collection, I just KNEW I had to work with it! I snagged a fat quarter bundle to make a throw size Reverberate Quilt!