So many people all over the world have watched my Sashiko #wisecraftstitchalong series on YouTube since it was published back in November of 2017 (wow, has it really been that long!!??) That entire playlist is free, and if you’re looking for a creative project to do while you’re are at home, I highly recommend giving Sashiko stitching a try!
Who is ready to sew a Portal Quilt with me? When I designed this quilt, my newest pattern, I knew it was the perfect project to do an online sew along with. Keep reading to get all the details to join us, sew along online, and make one of these beauties!
A few months ago I previewed the new lines shipping to quilt stores this March from the designers at Ruby Star Society. I was immediately drawn to Rashida Coleman-Hale’s line called “Stellar”. It is full of happy, space-related prints done with a whimsical twist. And bits of gold! I was inspired to create a quilt pattern for it almost immediately.READ MORE
Portal Quilt featuring the Stellar Collection from Ruby Star Society
A few months ago I got to design a quilt using a brand new collection from Ruby Star Society, and it was introduced at Quilt Market in Houston back in October, so its time to introduce it to you all!READ MORE
The talented Marisa Cummings, who many of us know and love as Creative Thursday, has a special online club called The Thursday Club, as part of her bigger online membership group. What is it? The Thursday Club is a fun, creative session hosted by Marisa herself and a guest artists, presented as a live stream and as a replay if you can’t make the live stream.READ MORE
Let’s kick off the Hold Tight Petit Sew Along!
The Hold Tight quilt is a PDF pattern designed by Sharon Holland, this month’s Ruby Ambassador, and features a bouquet of balloons. We will be making a mini, 6 balloon version of the original quilt. Color value plays heavily in this design heavily, and it;s the perfect design to show how understanding color value and using the Ruby Ruler™ or Ruby Minder™ as a value lens will help you create a successful layout. Because you know what makes the balloons look like some are behind others? Color value! Get that part right and your quilt is successful!