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How to Sew A Basic Quilt Tutorial {+ free fabric}

Congrats, Larissa!  Isn’t this fabric divine? Thanks again to Ruth from Sew Love Fabrics for providing the material for the giveaway and the quilt for the tutorial!


The following is a basic quilt tutorial that will help you practice your straight line stitching {the basis for almost all sewing} and end up with a beautiful keepsake or gift. Don’t shy away when I use the word quilt okay? Quilting can draw up images of intricate designs and complex patterns. But it doesn’t have to. A quilt is nothing more than two layers of fabric with a layer of batting in between ‘quilted’ to hold all of it together. This tutorial, while maybe not ‘technically accurate’ for a veteran quilter will show you how easy {and fun} quilting can be!

In May/June I guest posted a three part series, How to Sew, here at Tip Junkie. I finished off the series teaching you the basic straight stitch and I thought it would be fun to encourage the new {or even seasoned} sewer to apply what they learned into a ‘real life’ project.

Quilt Tutorial

quilt tutorial

Basic {Simple Straights Square} Quilt Tutorial {by Knitty Bitties}
Sponsored by: Sew Love Fabrics

Finished size: 40″x40″

Quilting Tutorial

Materials Needed

{4} 1/2 YD cuts of coordinating fabrics (Quilt Top/Front)
{1} 1 1/4 YD cut of a coordinating fabric (Quilt Back/Bottom)
{1} Batting {Warm&Natural} Piece 45″x45″
Coordinating thread {Gutermann’s All Purpose thread in natural}

Square Up Your Fabrics

Step 1. Square up your fabrics before you beginning cutting strips. The best way to do this {I find} is to hold it in front of you and bring the two selvedge {finished} edges together horizontally so that you have a nice smooth rectangle of fabric. Press your fabric piece. Now bring the folded edge up to the selvedge edges. You now have 4 layers of fabric which should lay flat and smooth. Using your ruler and cutting mat, square up one of the raw edges and remove the excess fabric with your rotary cutter. Repeat for all remaining cuts of fabric.

quilting tutorial

Cut Strips

Step 2. Cut strips of fabric for your quilt top. You will need to cut as follows::
Front Fabrics –
Fabric 1 & 4 – 5″ / 5″ / 2.5″ / 2.5″
Fabric 2 – 4″ / 4″ / 3.5″ / 3.5″
Fabric 3 – 3″ / 3″ / 3″

All cuts are the full width of the fabric {selvedge to selvedge} by the above measurement.

How to Sew A Basic Quilt

Stack Strips In Order

Step 3. Determine the layout you’d like for your strips. Move them around until you’re happy with their placement and the variation of the patterns. Then, stack the strips in order with the top/beginning strip on the top of the pile.

Sew Strips Together

Sew Strips Together

Step 4a. Sew the strips together. Take the first strip and lay it out right side up. {You’ll notice one selvedge edge usually has the pattern on it and the other edge has fabric/printing information. I like to keep the ends with the pattern all lined up on the left side.} Take the next strip and lay it right side down, matching up the selvedge edge on the left and the raw edge on the bottom. Pin fabric together {I like to pin about 1″ from the edge so that I don’t have to remove my pins while I sew}. You will sew from the ‘top’ {shown in the photo} to the bottom. Using a 1/4 seam allowance (SA) sew the two pieces together with a small stitch length of 2.2-2.5. Back stitch at the beginning and ending of each seam. Press seam OPEN using steam to get a nice flat seam.

How to Sew A Basic Quilt Tutorial

Step 4b. Similar to step 4a, lay out your now pieced together strip right side up. Take the next strip and lay it right side down, again matching up the selvedge edge on the left and the raw edges along the bottom. Pin the fabric together. This time you will sew from the bottom to the top. {The reason for this is that by switching directions, you’re less likely to get a ‘curve’ to your strips and will end up with a more square quilt top.} Press seams open.

Repeat Steps 4a & 4b for remaining strips, remembering to alternate your direction of sewing.
Hurray, you’ve just made you’re self a quilt top! Pat yourself on the back, stretch, go grab a chocolate and come back refreshed and ready to finish your quilt.

Trim Your Quilt Top

Trim Your Quilt Top

Step 5. Time to trim up your quilt top. We want to end up with a 40″ square quilt top. Lay one of your selvedge edges on your cutting mat and line your ruler up with the most inset selvedge edge {they may be varying lengths so you have to go with the shortest to get a straight edge}. Trim excess {see photo}. You’ll have to adjust your quilt top several times on your cutting mat to trim the full length. From this clean cut edge, measure 40″ and make a mark. Trim the opposite side using this mark {or several marks if you’d like} as your guide. You just cleaned and squared up the side to side portion of your quilt top. Now you need to turn it and measure the top to bottom to see if they need trimmed. If so, make a mark just like in the you did for the sides and trim at 40″.

Prepare Quilt Your Backing

Prepare Quilt Your Backing

Step 6. Preparing your backing. I designed this tutorial to use a single cut of fabric for the backing. Most quilting cottons are anywhere from 42-45″ in width. Because we are going to do a ‘cheater binding’ which borrows fabric from the back piece, we need it to be at least 1.5-2″ wider than the front piece on all sides. {I made an error in calculation with my quilt and didn’t get quite enough for my backing. So, I had to piece together a few more strips of fabric to make it large enough. This is fine too, just another added step I was trying to avoid.}

Make A Quilt Sandwich

Make A Quilt Sandwich

Step 7. Making your quilt ‘sandwich.’ Your sandwich is: your quilt back right side down, batting and then your quilt top right side up. There are several good tutorials on how to do this in greater detail. The larger your quilt the more accurate you need to be. Because this is a small quilt {and because I didn’t want to clean my floors} I am sandwiching my quilt on my ironing board table. Start with your quilt top down, then layer on your batting and then place your quilt top, making sure you have at least a 1.5″ border of the backing showing all around. {To make it easier to see my backing, I cut my batting 41″x41″ so that it was bigger than the front piece, but smaller than the back.}

Iron & Pin Into Place

Iron all three layers and begin to pin in place using quilting pins {they look like curved safety pins}. Along the top edge I placed them every 3 inches so I could use them as guides later when I quilted, but every 6 inches on the rows after that. Carefully shift all three layers on the ironing board and smooth everything out, iron and pin. Make sure you keep checking you have a 1.5″-2″ border of your back fabric.

Time To Quilt!

Step 8a. Let’s quilt! We’re going to do straight line quilting which is really no different than the way you sewed your strips together EXCEPT you’ll want to use a much longer stitch length {about 3.5} and you might need to tighten your tension a bit {I tighten mine by 1 on my machine}. Also, you will want to use a ‘walking foot.’ A walking foot provides ‘feed dogs’ on top to help pull all layers through at the same rate. They make a walking foot for most machines, but it doesn’t always come standard. A quick search should give you an online resource. If your machine came with an extension table now would be the time to use that as well {not necessary, but it will make things easier.}

How to Sew A Quilt
Quilt On Each Side Of Seams

We’re going to first quilt on each side of the seams you sewed earlier when you sewed the strips together. Start by lining up your needle so that it is approx. 1/4″ to the right of your first seam. Back stitch at the beginning and end of each row. Stitch the whole width of the quilt, but DO NOT go past your quilt top. When you get to the end, sink your needle down, lift your foot and rotate your quilt so that you can stitch on the other side of the seam. Put your foot down, lift your needle and adjust so that again you’re stitching 1/4″ to the right of the seam. Continue stitching the rest of the quilt like this. I never cut threads until the very end, you should be able to just keep moving your quilt and lining up on the next seam.

You will notice that as you go back and forth, you’ll need to ‘roll’ your quilt sides to more easily manage it.

** On of the best tips on quilting is to not let your quilt weight ‘drag’ down your stitching. Try to keep it from pulling by keeping it on your lap or on your sewing table and not hanging off the side creating pull and drag. **

Quilt Vertical Lines {optional}

Step 8b. Good work, your horizontal quilting is done. Now, you could stop here, but to create a little more texture, I quilted vertical lines as well. Now you could be as precise with these as you were with your horizontal lines, but I think it’s fun to mix it up with ‘wonky’ {i.e. not perfectly spaced or straight} lines.

I used the safety pins at the top of my quilt as my rough guides. My idea was to stitch 2 lines between each safety pin. Line up your needle in between 2 safety pins. Just like in step 9a. quilt to the end of the quilt and then pivot, shift your quilt and quilt back up to the top. I spaced my lines approx. 1-1.5″ apart but didn’t worry too much about making them exact or keeping them perfectly straight.

Continue on until all your vertical quilting is done. Iron the entire quilt. Trim all your threads.

** You will most likely run out of your bobbin thread a couple times during the quilting process. When this happens, simply snip the top thread and bottom thread, remove your quilt, reload your bobbin and get back to your ending spot. Go over a few of your stitches and make sure to back stitch before you continue quilting. **

Trim The Batting

Step 9. Trim the batting. Carefully go around the quilt and trim off JUST the batting. Be careful not to cut through the front or back of the quilt.

Step 10.
Trim the backing. You want to have a perfect 1″ border of your backing fabric all the way around your quilt. Using your ruler and rotarty cutter, trim the backing to 1″ from the quilt top edge.

Step 11.
Cheater binding. I’m using the method I learned from Made by Rae’s tutorial. I have used this technique for my mug rugs, but wanted to try it on an actual quilt. It worked beautifully. I gave a quick visual guide above, but you can read Rae’s full tutorial and this post of mine for some helpful tips. Use quilt binding clips {which look like hair clips} to hold your binding in place. Stitch binding down using a 2.5 stitch length and stitching as close to the edge of the binding as you feel comfortable. When you get to a corner, sink your needle down and pivot your quilt and continue on the next side until you’re back to your starting point.

TA-DA! Snip your thread and you’ve got yourself a beautiful handmade quilt!

I’m Andrea of Knitty Bitties … my little shop that fills my heart as I sew my days away in a wonderful room creating little bits of happy for you. You can read more about my days, my love of iced tea, running, baking & my newest love, our puppy, Daisy girl.

Sew Love Fabrics

Ruth of Sew Love Fabrics sweetly sponsored this tutorial, donating all of the fabric I used for the quilt. She also gave a duplicate set of fabrics for one of you to WIN! There is only one catch … if you win, you have to give this a try. 🙂  You can also check out their blog Let Me Sew Love.

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454 comments

  1. i’d make a quilt of course!! 🙂

  2. I would love to win the fabric to “try” to make the quilt, i can not sew, cut, draw or even walk a straight line, but i want to learn to sew so bad. please help me out! thank you!

  3. I’d make my 1st quilt!

  4. I tweeted about the giveaway!

  5. I tweeted @ FLBUTTERFLYMAMA80

  6. I like Tip Junkie on Facebook!

  7. I like TipJunkie on FB!

  8. I would love to make a replica of this beautiful quilt, the fabric is beautiful.

  9. I checked out Sew Love Fabrics on Etsy! Love the bright colors!

  10. Seeing I made heaps of quilts out of our cot sheet sets (for memories) I’d probably make my twins some little girls’ vintage dresses from this lovely fabric!

  11. I’ve just begun quilting and this tutorial looks so pretty and easy, it would be wonderful for Christmas gifts for the family!

  12. I would love to try a quilt… the word alone has scared me for years!

  13. I have been thinking about making a quilt. I have one that my grandmother made me when I was sixteen! I love it, but it is falling apart. This inspires me!

  14. we’re getting ready to combine our kids in 1 room and turn the other bedroom into a playroom…I want to make coordinating quilts for both of them, so I would do that!

    thanks!

  15. I like tip junkie on facebook

  16. I would make this quilt, love the colors!

  17. I’d make a quilt with this material and I’d try machine quilting like you did.

    bimbi9 at verizon dot net

  18. I retweeted this giveaway @EveleneS.

    bimbi9 at verizon dot net

  19. I liked Tip Junkie on FB.

    bimbi9 at verizon dot net

  20. Love sew love fabrics on etsy, I have ordered from her before and she was great!

  21. I would make a quilt for our bed, of course!

  22. I’d make my first quilt! And I’d use the scraps in a sewing machine cover I need to make.

  23. I checked out Sew Love Fabrics on Etsy and she has cute button sets.

    bimbi9 at verizon dot net

  24. I would make a quilt! I am teaching my daughters how to quilt this summer!

  25. I checked out the Etsy shop – I love those Zipper Critters patterns & the AVIARY 2 by Joel Dewberry, Sparrows in cavern fabric.

  26. I would make a table top runner quilt, I think. I like this tutorial. Very easy to follow!

    Thanks!
    Holly

  27. I’ve made several rag quilts, but would love to try to make this one. I’m a facebook person!

  28. all my friends are having babies, so I would love to make a baby quilt!

  29. I love how simple this quilt is. The fabric is what really makes it!

  30. i would either make a quilt or a top runner!

  31. Deborah in Atlanta

    I would follow your tutorial above step-by-step. Love those fabrics, and would love to win some. Thank you Laurie and Ruth!

  32. i checked out Sew Love Fabric on Etsy and I love all of the patterns! especially: WRENLY by Valori Well Half Yard Set in gypsy

  33. Deborah in Atlanta

    I checked out Sew Love Fabrics on Etsy – oh what fun!!! And fell in love with that Prince Charming by Tula! Beautiful.

  34. I would make the quilt!! I love these fabrics!

    I like tipjunkie and I checked out the store on etsy. very talented!

  35. I can always use more fabric, sign me up! Maybe I’d make a patchwork apron?

  36. My daughter wants me to make her a quilt and this material and instructions are great!

  37. I have already liked Tip Junkie on FB. I think I would make the same quilt, I love it.

  38. i would make a quilt! i’m completely hooked 🙂

  39. re-tweeted! @alittlesoleil

  40. I already like Tip Junkie on facebook!

  41. I have never quilted before but have always wanted to! Thanks for the tutorial and if I won of course I would use it for this project!!!

  42. Checked out the Etsy shop! Love it!

  43. I love this tutorial!!! I would so love to try my hand at quilting. I of course would use the fabric bundle to help me with this project and possibly others for my sweet little baby on the way!

  44. I checked out the Etsy shop – such beautiful, inspiring fabrics! 🙂

  45. Thank you for the tutorial. I am a beginner and this is really useful! I would use the fabric for your tutorial quilt or a small tablerunner or pillowcover.

  46. I already followed you on facebook

  47. and visited Sew Love Fabrics on Etsy! Love the fabrics! My favorite is PRINCE CHARMING by Tula Pink

  48. I am looking to make my first quilt and this is a great tutorial!!! I would love to win the fabric.

  49. I am a huge fan of tip junkie on facebook. like like like

  50. I’d love to win the fabric and give your quilt tutorial a try.

  51. I’m a Tip Junkie fan on FB.

  52. I looked around the Sew Love Fabrics shop on Etsy. Love all the beautiful fabrics!

  53. I checked out the etsy shop.. I love that she has the patterns grouped already. so easy for a beginner

  54. I would SOO make this quilt! I have never made one, but it looks like something I could do!

  55. Tip Junkie facebook fan

  56. Checked out Sew Love Fabrics on Etsy!

  57. Quilting is something I have always wanted to learn, If I won the fabric I would use it to make my first quilt.

  58. I would love to make baby doll quilts for my daughter’s dolls. She just started playing mommy and its so sweet to watch.

  59. I am a Tip Junkie Facebook Fan!!!

  60. I just checked out the etsy page. Until we are settled in the new house, I am cut off from fabric purchasing but as soon as I can I want the Kumari Garden set. I can already picture super cute baby doll quilts.

  61. I would attempt a quilt. I’ve never attempted something full size.

  62. Love… LOVE… LOVE the etsy shop!

  63. Love it! and would love to win the fabric! I would make some cute pouches!

  64. Since I am a new quilter I would probably add the fabric to my stash…it’s super cute

  65. I like Tip Junkie on FB!

  66. Oh, this is super adorable! And I love your binding. I’ve done a bigger version of this binding, with wider binding at the end.

    If I win, I can’t wait to make this quilt! I have two little nieces who would LOVE a quilt like this. 🙂

  67. I Love fabric!! Free fabric is even better!!

  68. Just checked out sewlovefabric’s etsy shop! LOVE this Riley Blake Happier Sampler pack!!!
    http://www.etsy.com/listing/73303386/riley-blake-happier-sampler

  69. What lovely fabrics there are on Sew Love Fabrics. I think I might just have to place an order in the near future.

  70. I’d make skirts for me and my daughters. We LOVE skirts around here.

  71. This is an awesome project. Thanks so much for sharing!
    I tweeted for you!

  72. I also liked on facebook and left her a convo on Etsy!

  73. Thanks so much for posting. I have always wanted to quilt.

  74. I would love to make this same quilt, how cute are the fabrics, I always question what goes together and this helps me realize that I can pick whatever I like as long as there is a similar color somewhere in the pattern.

  75. I checked it out on Etsy! Thanks!

  76. I would love to make quilts for my two daughters. I bought the sewing machine now I just need the guts so start making the quilts! lol

  77. I would love to make that quilt! The tutorial makes me think I can!

  78. I like Tip Junkie on facebook

  79. I visited Sew Love Fabrics on Etsy. She has such a wonderful selection. I am just falling in love with everything.

  80. Beautiful colors! Love it! Thanks for making the steps to easy to follow! I have been meaning to give this a try and I think this post has just pushed me to finally do it! Thanks!

  81. I would love to give this tutorial a try and winning the fabric would definitely make me sew my first quilt! Thanks for the chance!

  82. I would love to make this quilt and try the cheater binding!

  83. I have bought from Sew Love Fabrics before! love it!

  84. I visited Sew Love Fabrics on Etsy and love the selection and the fact that you can get samplers (super helpful for people like me who don’t know how to match fabrics!!!)

  85. this fabric is beautiful! i would definitely try to make the quilt from your tutorial.

  86. I would make a quilt!

  87. I like Tip Junkie on FB – that’s how I found out about this!

  88. i like tip junkie on facebook already

  89. Just checked out Sew Love Fabrics and I’m probably gonna grab up the Riley Blake Happier Sampler – so cute!

  90. I already follow you on facebook and I love quilts I would love love love to make one out of this beautiful fabric when I learn to make this quilt.

  91. I also went to the sew love fabrics site and love love love it I want those fat quarters for 14.00 lol I am in love with fat quarters. Unfortunately my twitter account won’t let me access it or change my password grrrr or I would do that also cause I want want want to win fabrics lol. Thanks!!!!

  92. I really want to try this!

  93. Checked out sew love fabric & sew love her stuff!!!

  94. I was just trying to find a compressed tutorial for a friends who’s looking to get into quilting, this is just perfect!

  95. I think a baby quit would be my project. Love the finished quilt you made! Would love to win. Thanks for a chance to win.
    twelve30{at}gmail{dot}com

  96. I would love to duplicate your quilt. I love combination of these fabrics. I would love to try this strip method and your suggested binding method. I am already a fan on Facebook. Thanks for the giveaway!

  97. I would definitely make a quilt for baby #2!

  98. I “like” Tip Junkie on Facebook

  99. Oh, I’d love to make this! What a sweet quick gift!
    ourbusylittlebunch(at)hotmail(dot)com

  100. Checked out Sew Love Fabrics on Etsy. Beautiful!!

  101. This quilt is adorable, and I’d make one similar! I really like the binding method- I need to do that more with my other projects. I really like the fabrics- so adorable!

  102. I ‘like’ on Facebook
    ourbusylittlebunch(at)hotmail(dot)com

  103. I checked out their Etsy shop ~ I LOVE the Riley Blake Happier bundle with the cute buttons!
    ourbusylittlebunch(at)hotmail(dot)com

  104. this would be the perfect started quilt for me. would love to win the fabric to try this!

  105. Andrea…this tutorial is beyond AMAZING!!!!!
    I mean it’s like an E~Course…and totally FREE!
    You are amazing!
    Pinning this…bigtime!
    I think I can do this with your help!
    YOU ROCK SWEET GIRL!
    Love the fabrics!
    And…I know that batting must have a great feel.
    Hugs from Bainbridge!
    xo

  106. Wow! beautiful fabrics — and thank you for the fabulous tutorial. I’ve wanted to try this for a while but hadn’t yet found really good instructions for a visual girl, like me. You delivered! If I won, I’d be quilting with those pretty prints, for sure! Thanks for the chance!

  107. Beautiful job! I have been wanting to make a quilt for my daughter! I hope I win that awesome fabric!!

  108. I liked tip junkie on facebook!

  109. peeked at Sew Love Fabrics on Etsy — I’m still I love with Deena Rutter’s ‘Happier’ line. just pretty! and those Honey Bun Poufs — can anyone tell me? will my boys use the poufs for destructive purposes, if I make them? ~sigh!~

  110. I also checked out the etsy shop.

  111. I would make a quilt!!! My first but I am dying to try it!

  112. I love the fabrics!! I would probably make dresses for my 3 girls or dresses for their dolls! 😉

  113. I just tweeted!! Love the tutorial too! @jenifuz

  114. Cjecked them out on Etsy and NOW I am going off to spend money I don’t have on fabric I HAVE TO HAVE! 🙂

  115. I like Tip Junkie on fb

  116. I LOVE that fabric! I love the quilt, but a bag would be nice too…but I really do like the quilt. It’s a toss up! lol!

  117. Already ‘like’ Tip Junkie on facebook of course! 😀

  118. LOVE the Lavender dreams half yard set in the Etsy shop!!! So cute!!!

  119. I’ve added the shop to my Etsy favorites. Sooo many adorable prints that would make wonderful lap or baby quilts. I’ve been dying to try my hand at my first quilt and these sets are seriously inspiring.

  120. I would use the tutorial to try my very first quilt! Love it!

  121. I like Tip Junkie on FB!!

  122. ADORE the fabrics used for this quilt

  123. That read polka dot would make a perfect band on a dress for my daughter!

  124. Thank you Teresa … you are such an encourager! I know you CAN do this … can’t wait to see it all done :).
    Happy Day!

  125. Rachelle,
    I made FOUR of the Honey Bun Poufs in the large size this spring and they were a lot of work (not hard work, just a lot) but were SO cool. However, I think you might have to keep it for you or your hard work might be put to the test with your boys ;).

  126. You are SO right! I picked one and then just went for there … a little aqua, orange, pinks and purples. I wasn’t sure, but they came together beautifully. Trust your instincts ;).

  127. Practice, practice, practice … you can do it! 😀

  128. I’d love to try making a similar quilt. Love the fabrics!

  129. That’s an interesting way to do the binding….seems easy!

  130. I would make the quilt! What a fun and fast project! I love the fabric choices!

  131. I just checked out Sew Love Fabrics on Etsy! I love her selections. I haven’t seen a lot of them in my LQS. I especially liked HAVENS EDGE by Tina Givens, The Lavender Dreams Half Yard Set.

  132. Elizabeth McDonald

    Loved your tutorial! The directions were clear and the photos were very helpful!

  133. Elizabeth McDonald

    I like you on Facebook!

  134. If I won the giveaway, I would make the quilt from this tutorial for sure!

  135. I checked out the Sew Love Fabrics Etsy store. Love it. Really love the WRENLY by Valori Well – I had not seen that line before!

  136. I liked Tip Junkie on FB !!!

  137. Also retweeted as requested! Thanks for the giveaway and sponsored tute!

  138. I love to quilt, but am not confident to try new things. This tutorial, however, is written so well, that I KNOW I can do this! Thanks for such great instructions!

  139. I LOVE Tip Junkie. And I LIKED it already!

  140. Free Fabric makes me sooooo happy! I don’t know what I would make, I tend to let the fabric choose the project!

  141. I follow Tip Junkie on Facebook!

  142. Oh my gosh the aviary fabric is spectaular! I checked out Sew Love Fabrics.

  143. This is it! This is going to be my first quilt. I’ve been a bit intimidated to make a quilt and by a bit I mean a lot. This makes it seem so possible! And it doesn’t look like I would have to sink a ridiculous amount of money and time into it. Thank you!

  144. oh, i need to make a quilt for 100 Quilts For Kids! this would be a fun project!

  145. Very fun fabrics…I am just beginning to dabble in sewing, this would be a great project to gain more confidence.

  146. I am very new to sewing but have really been wanting to make a quilted table runner. The fabric is really pretty, I would probably use it for that.

    hnash10@gmail.com

  147. I tweeted out this fun giveaway. @HeatherNash10

    hnash10@gmail.com

  148. I checked out Sew Love Fabrics on ETSY. I hearted them… and am about to go back and look around some more.

    hnash10@gmail.com

  149. Super cute! Love the vibrant fabrics my daughter would love a quilt like this.

  150. What a great quilt! And thanks for the tutorial! I would make this quilt if I won the fabric! I’m new to quilting and would love for this to be my first quilt! Love the colors!!! 🙂

  151. I like Tip Junkie on Facebook!

  152. Those are beautiful colors. And that quilt came out very nice that I would do just that, a nice quilt for my daughter! Thanks.

  153. Wow, Sew Love Fabics on etsy has awesome stuff! The PRINCE CHARMING by Tula Pink, Fat Quarter Set in indigo just jumped out at me – I love the color combos…

  154. I would make a lap quilt!

  155. Lindsay Prochaska

    If I won the free fabric I would make my mother a new quilt, its like her favorite thing!!!

  156. I’d perhaps make a table topper. 🙂

  157. I checked out Sew Love Fabrics on Etsy – pure loveliness! 🙂

  158. I’ve been wanting to make a starter quilt for a while now. My mom made me one years ago where she HAND-QUILTED the whole thing. It took her months. I’d at least like to give a “simple” one a go. 🙂

  159. I would make my little girl a skirt and then my 2 little boys ties!

  160. I want to win ….I want to win….I want to win…that fabric is gorgeous!!! Either way I am going to try making that quilt, and the tutorial on the binding and corners was VERY helpful, I have such a hard time with corners…well binding and corners really!!!

    I already follow Tip Junkie, love it!

    I just shared this give away on my FB page!

    Thanks, can’t wait to see who wins!

  161. I would make a quilt for sure! These fabrics all look so great together!

  162. Man, what would I make? I’d probably use it on a quilt but a clutch would be super gorgeous.
    Great tutorial. I’m a newbie to quilting so it was a great crash course and inspiration. I love the cheater binding. I will definitely try it out.

  163. I Tweeted the giveaway.

  164. I’m in total ‘Like’ with you on FB

  165. I checked out the sewlovefabrics Etsy store. I’m in love with the Tina Givens and Tula Pink selections. le sigh… if I only had money.

  166. Really love the quilt, I think I will try and make one myself! Thanks for the giveaway!

  167. Just RT’d! @tingtongnthings

  168. I love Sew Fresh Fabrics, I’ve purchased from Ruth before, she’s always so friendly and shipping has always been super fast!

  169. I Like Tip Junkie on Facebook

  170. I checked out Sew Love Fabrics on Etsy. They are all so great!!!

  171. Wow that is gorgeous fabric. I would love to make a new bag. There is a pattern in the Barri J book that I want to use. With the left over I would put it into a quilt and mix it up with some solids.

  172. I also like (love) tip junkie on Facebook

  173. I’d love to make this quilt! It is so pretty. 🙂

  174. I LIKE Tip Junkie on FB. 😀

  175. Sew Love Fabrics on Etsy is a great shop. If I had some extra money for fabric…

  176. I would love to make a quilt using those fabrics! They’re beautiful!

  177. And I am a follower of Tip Junkie on FB (Happy Baby Designs)!

  178. I would make the same quilt, really like the result. And it’s an easy one, so as a more or less new quilter, it wont take me ages!
    Thank you so much!

  179. I was already following you on FB!

  180. Have checked out Sew Love Fabrics – I want it ALL!

  181. Love that fabric and want to make a quilt just like that one.

  182. I would have to make the quilt since your instructions are great! I am always afraid to try to quilt but who can go wrong with free material and a free tutorial?

  183. i would make a quilt, but i have moved a bit beyond basic lately (with a lot of practice!) so maybe i would try this one from oh fransson!: http://www.ohfransson.com/oh_fransson/2010/03/new-wave-quilt.html

  184. I like you on FaceBook

  185. I checked out Sew Love Fabrics on Etsy and I love the HAPPIER COTTONS by Deena Rutter Fat Quarter Set in green.

  186. I like you on facebook and follow you on twitter

  187. I would love to make a quilt just like this one!! I am a beginner so this sounds like fun.

  188. I checked out Sew Love Fabrics – great shop.

  189. I would love to make a quilt. I’m just starting out and trying to become friends with my sewing machine. I’ve been making table runners, etc. but would love to try a full quilt.

  190. I haven’t sewed anything in sew long (ha…I accidentally typed that but I’m totally leaving it!) that I honestly don’t even know how to use my sewing machine. It was my husband’s grandmother’s and I would love to start my learning process. I’m not sure I can tell you what I would make with the fabric, but I really want to give something a try!

  191. I tweeted about the free fabric on twitter! 🙂
    You can follow me on twitter, too! I’m @erica_bartsch

  192. I also liked Tip Junkie on Facebook!

  193. I would totally make a quilt with this fabric.

  194. I want to make some curtains for my classroom. They would make me happy every day.

  195. I liked TIp Junkie on FB.

  196. I checked out Sew Love Fabrics on Etsy.

  197. I have not made a quilt but did try by making a nine patch pillow. The pillow is so cute I made it a long time ago and still have it. I’d love to make a nine patch quilt. The fabric is gorgeous.

  198. And I also shared the link on fb, becasue I’ve been a TJ fan 🙂

  199. I think I’d make a quilted diaper bag with this fabric. I just LOVE it!

  200. What a great tutorial! I have been wanting to make a quilt but didn’t think I could handle it seeing how I am a new seamstress so I would make this great quilt!
    Thank you for the opportunity;)

  201. I’d make a lap quilt! Thanks so much for a chance to win!

  202. I hearted the shop on etsy! My name is “TheBargainBabe” and my shop is called Zucchini Summer. Thanks for a chance to win some pretty fabrics!

  203. I like TJ on Facebook:ChacoyAguayo;)

  204. Love Sew Love Fabrics shop they have a wide cariety of fabric and patterns!

  205. A quilt-of course! I’ve done several different types of quilts, but this one looks beautiful and easy to make.

  206. Great fabrics to make a tote/handbag. Now I just have to figure out the “how…!”

  207. I would make a quilt and then bind it using the “cheater binding” method.

  208. I plan on covering the background of my daughters built in book shelves with fabric and these are amazing!

  209. I follow you on facebook 🙂

  210. <3 I hearted the shop on etsy!

  211. This is beautiful and would love to try making a quilt! Since my mother passed down her sewing machine.. I’ve been trying all sorts of sewing crafts!!

  212. If I win I will try this quilt! I am sitting beside my husband reading this post and showing him saying I really NEED to try making a quilt one day, when I have matching fabrics.

  213. I checked out sewlovefabrics on etsy and I love the KUMARI GARDEN by Dena Designs Half Yard Set. it would match my girls room perfectly!

  214. I would make a quilt of course!
    themrsward at yahoo dot com

  215. I visited Sew Love Fabrics. In love with the Wrenly fat quarters!
    themrsward at yahoo dot com

  216. I love this tutorial! Sew Simple! I have quilted in the past and have not really enjoyed it but this makes me want to do it again! Plus the fabric is beautiful! I would make a new baby quilt for my expected third grandbaby!

  217. I visit the site on Esty! Wow so many beautiful fabrics!

  218. I liked your site on Facebook. Facebook is my favorite place to connect!

  219. I think I could make this quilt!!!!!

  220. I would make my niece a quilt. My grandmother was the only quilt maker/sewer in our family and since she passed away, my niece missed out! She needs a handmade quilt made with love 🙂

  221. I would love to make this quilt adn would love to try the cheater binding!!

  222. I would love to make this quilt. ♥ the cute fabric!!!

  223. I like Tip Junkie on Facebook!!!!

  224. I ♥ buying fabric from Sew Love on ETSY!!!

  225. The fabrics are so modern and feminine, I have to make my newborn baby girl a quilted lovie blanket with them!

  226. already like tip junkie on FB!

  227. checked out the etsy store, too!!!!

  228. I would either do a quilt or make pajama bottoms.

  229. I loved your tutorial!! …thanks so much. I would make a table topper with the fabric if I win. Thanks for the chance!

  230. The Etsy store has some lovely fabrics …esp WRENLY by Valori Well Half Yard Set in gypsy I LOVE it!!

  231. Such fun fabric! It would be awesome to win and make that cute quilt!

  232. I want to make a picnic quilt.

  233. I like TJ on Facebook.

  234. I had to favorite a few things on Sew Love Fabrics here is one of them KUMARI GARDEN by Dena Designs, Teja in pink.

  235. like you on FaceBook and I love fabric. new fabric, any fabric!

  236. I would love to try that quilt!

  237. I would make a table runner. linda gerig

  238. I liked you on FB.. I’m so excited I <3 your blog.. Its saved as one of my favorites.. but now FB I'm stoked!

  239. I visited Sew love fabrics on etsy.. Super cute things!

  240. I would like to try to make a quilt.

  241. Thank you so much for the tutorial! i am brand new to quilting (other than going to quilting bees with my grandma when I was a kid 🙂 This would be the perfect first project for me. If I won, I’d do this project and use it on my 60″x60″ table, it would be perfect for the center!
    someluckydog at gmail dot com

  242. I like Tip Junkie on facebook (Cindy Brooks)
    someluckydog at gmail dot com

  243. Wow, 21 pages of fabric goodness at Sew Love Fabrics! I faved the shop so I can go back. I saw a beautiful fabric that I think would be great to cover my office chair!
    someluckydog at gmail dot com

  244. These fabrics are SOOO pretty! What a simple design and great tutorial for beginners! I’d make a bag out of it so I could see the fabrics more often 😉

  245. Oh I hope you do win! But if not, I hope you grab some fabric of your own and go for it. What a beautiful reminder you would have of your work every day when you sat at your table!

  246. Oh, I’m so excited for you! I hope you really give it a try … it will make your heart SO happy 😀

  247. I woulds make a quilt for my sister she has done so much for me, she made me 2 quilts so far and they are gorgeous!

  248. I would make a quilt for my nephews… they are due in less than a month! I never made a quilt but with this tutorial it seems like I could manage!

  249. hi, I have never quilt ..I would love to try this quilt you make,you make it looks so easy

  250. Oh! I would definitely choose some fabric to make Christmas presents!

  251. I have wanted to make a quilt for a long time just never know where to start. It would be great if I won this fabric because I will make this exact quilt following this great tutorial. Thanks so much for sharing this info! AJ

    queenofmynest(at)gmail(dot)com

  252. I tweeted about the giveaway! AJ

    http://twitter(dot)com/queenofmynest
    queenofmynest(at)gmail(dot)com

  253. I am already a long time FB fan/follower!! AJ

    queenofmynest(at)gmail(dot)com

  254. I went to Etsy and took a look around at their shop. I not only added the shop to my favorites but found some fantastic deals on a few fabrics that I will be buying today! Thanks for sharing. AJ

    queenofmynest(at)gmail(dot)com

  255. I have always thought of quilts as hugs. I am a SAHM with two sons 4mo and 4yrs, and a devoted military wife. We are always on the opposite ends of the world or country from our family so I make quilts to sends warm “hugs” when we cannot be there. I have a niece arriving soon and I would greatly appreciate free fabric to send her some love.

  256. Oooh, this tutorial has made this quilt look easy enough that I am tempted to try it… =)

  257. I’ve recently got the crafting bug and these websites and ideas are adding so many projects to my list. I can’t figure out where to start!!! But I am dying to learn the art of quilting. I need all the practice I can get; plus all the supplies…. I need to build up my “scrap” piles!!

  258. I liked you on Facebook…I cannot believe I hadn’t already since I tweet and FB this site all the time! I love Tip Junkie!

  259. I would make my first quilt and hopefully figure out something for the scraps!

  260. I like Tip Junkie on facebook!

  261. I Tweeted about the contest @kupcakegirl

  262. I love Sew Love Fabrics! I found my new favorite on Etsy!

    Now I have to figure out what to make from “Happier Cottons”.

    Thanks for the great tutorial!

  263. Love this quilt tutorial! And thanks for introducing a new etsy shop!

  264. I have always wanted to make a quilt but found it to be daunting. Thanks for breaking down the steps into something I think I can do. Honestly, though squaring the material still scares me a little.

  265. I would make some pillows using these beautiful fabrics!

  266. I “like” Tip Junkie on Facebook AND I am feeling LUCKY!!!!!!!

  267. First of all thank you for your epic quilting tutorial. It is one of the best one’s I have seen. I have never made a quilt before and it is on my list of things to try. The material is so pretty and I would make a quilt for my granddaughter who just turned 8 months. She is our only grandchild. My mom gave quilts to my children when they were little and we treasure them. I did like/post comments on facebook and checked out Sew Love Fabrics, Thanks for a chance to win.

  268. Thanks for sharing this tutorial. I’ve been wanting to create a quilt but a bit nervous about starting a project so huge. I’m definately going to try this one, seems fairly easy plus it’s beautiful. Thanks for the opportunity to win some beautiful fabric:)

  269. Loved the tutorial! Very cute and girlie fabrics! Hmmm, what would I make? Well, a quilt would be an obvious choice, but a quilted bag (or 2-maybe 3!) would be very cute!

  270. I’m new to quilting so I am thinking a couple of small projects like a Table Topper or wallhanging and i have been wanting to make a purse also.

  271. I liked Tip Junkie on facebook. Thanks for the giveaway and the tutorial is wonderful.

  272. I would make this exact quilt! I love it!

  273. Liked on FB: Lisa Holmes Garrett

  274. I checked out Sew Love fabrics on etsy. Beautiful stuff!

  275. This has inspired me to attempt a quilt for my niece’s new twin-size bed 🙂

  276. I would certainly try this pattern out if I were to win. Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

  277. I would love to make this quilt with the fabric, but I also have a business selling coffee cozies and baby blankets, so I might use this for that too!
    theknitwitbyshair@hotmail.com

  278. I love: Easy to Sew PDF Sewing Pattern, Not Your Granny’s Granny Bag
    theknitwitbyshair@hotmail.com

  279. Thank you so much for posting this. I got a sewing machine and want to make a quilt but never really knew how and now I do 🙂

  280. I have been wanting to make a quilt for so many years now! My grandmother was an amazing quilter, am not sure if I have the gene – but I have the desire & drive – I have started several but never finished as i was always intimidated by trying to do the back. If I won I will give this quilt a definite whirl – thank you for all your tips – you made it seem so much easier than I had thought!

  281. I would make a baby quilt for my husband sister, shes having a first baby, probably a star quilt 🙂
    Following on facebook and newsletters.

  282. These are gorgeous! I think I need a new bag…..

  283. Thanks for the great giveaway! I would definitely love to try out this pattern!

    Have a WONDERFUL Weekend!

    Mary Carole

  284. What a simple way to quilt. The binding has always left me intimidated. I think I would like to give it a try..course I need fabric to do it with, (hint, hint)

  285. I like Tip Junkie on facebook – bring on the fabric!

  286. I would make my son his own quilt. My first two sons had a quilt made by their Nana. She passed before she could make one for my third and I have been too intimidated to attempt it myself. Thanks for the info and the chance to win!

  287. I would love to make a quilt for my girls and you make it look so easy. ;o)

  288. I would love to make a quilt with this fabric! So cute!

  289. Visited Sew Love Fabrics. Very inspired & hoping to make a purchase soon 🙂

  290. i would try to make a quilt!

  291. i like on FB last name woodson

  292. I’ve been wanting to do a quilt for some time and this looks like something I could do! Love it!

  293. Just checked out her etsy site too!

  294. Would this work for pillow shams? I have never quilted and would like to start small. they are beautiful!

  295. I decided I wouldn’t enter into anymore giveaways but I love this quit so much that I have to have the fabric for it and if I buy anymore him upstairs will kill me. But winning some doesn’t count. Does it? I would make this quilt exactly like you because you can’t improve on perfection.

  296. I tweeted and facebooked about your wonderful tutorial and giveaway.

  297. The quilt looks great – wonderful fabrics. Makes a simple design look stunning.
    Fabric giveaway is lovely….hmm – a bag, kindle cover and purse?

  298. Love the colors in this fabric collection, especially the birds on sky blue and the orange dots. I desperately need some new pillow covers and so would make patch work quilted ones….or a project work bag (currently using a Trader Joe’s shopping bag.) Very nice tutorial and a generous offer!

  299. I would love to make a quilt with this fabric. Great tutorial!!

  300. Like Tip Junkie on Facebook

  301. Checked out Sew Love Fabrics on Etsy…nice stuff

  302. Tweeted about giveaway (@levequeh)

  303. I hope you give it a try … I’m guessing once you do you’ll be smitten :).

  304. It really isn’t hard … just practice and a lot of patience. Don’t be too hard on yourself the first time. It’s kinda like painting … it’s just fabric. You can always rip it out or start over :).

  305. You could easily use sew a large piece of strips for pillow shams. I would do a large piece (large enough for two sham fronts) and then quilt it with batting and muslin (for the ‘back’ which would really end up on the inside of the pillow) and then cut your two fronts from that. Finish with an ‘envelope’ pillow closure and you’d have two lovely new pillows!

  306. So sweet!! If you don’t win than I challenge you to use up some of what you have and then you can justify more ;). Happy day!

  307. Tweeted this giveway @microbionoar

  308. I just love this fabric and the tutorial was awesome, you showed us every single step. How could anyone fail at this pattern. I have a to do quilt for list almost as tall as I am, but with this it would be a quilt for my Granddaughter, or a quilt for the bottom of my plain old lavender twin bed. Anyways, love your tips and ideas.
    Thanks for the chance!
    ncjeepster@aol.com

  309. Like Tip Junkie on Facebook @ncjeepster
    ncjeepster@aol.com

  310. I’m so glad you introduced me to Sew Love Fabrics on Etsy. I love her collections, even saw one for a beach quit for the kids. Don’t you just love the PENELOPE Panel By Holly Holderman, perfect for a wall hanging, maybe make a quilt to match! I love the Christmas Candy by Doodlebug Designs Charm Pack, I make fudge every year and wrap the small package and give to my friends, don’t cut the fabric that way it can be used by the receiver.
    ncjeepster@aol.com

  311. I’d love to make a quilt for my daughter!

  312. What a great little quilt. I love the fabric Andrea chose.

  313. I just love those bright fabrics!

  314. I like you on Facebook!

  315. I frequently check out Sew Love Fabrics on etsy!

  316. The fabric is so bright and cheery!! Thanks for the chance to make a gorgeous quilt out of it 🙂

  317. I checked out Sew Love Fabrics on etsy, and added it to my favorites so it’s easy for me to find again!

  318. I like tip junkie on facebook – the cleaning checklist is wonderful!

  319. I’d love to make some dresses for my three girls!

  320. I *love* Tip Junkie on facebook <3

  321. And I’d make handkerchief skirts, my current obsession 🙂

  322. I favorited Sew Love Fabrics on etsy, and plan to spend an inordinate amount of time there later on today 🙂

  323. Retweeted! Do you have any videos?

  324. I would have to make some new couch pillows for my DIL. Thanks for the giveaway chance

  325. I’ve always wanted to make a simple strip quilt like that. Love it!

  326. The fabrics are beautiful! I would love to make my daughter a quilt – she loves them too! thanks for the great giveaway!

  327. I checked out the etsy shop of Sew Love Fabrics. I hearted it as a favorite! Butler83 thanks again!

  328. I’m thinking a but bag with the top three prints, not sure yet with the rest. 🙂

  329. I’d make a quilt. Thanks for the giveaway!

  330. I checked out Sew Love Fabrics on Etsy and love HAPPIER COTTONS by Deena Rutter Half Yard Set in blue. Thanks for the giveaway!

  331. I just became a Great Aunt of twin girls on Saturday – that means that new quilts need to be made. And baby quilts don’t have to be made only of pink..

  332. I love fabric and quilts. Thanks for the chance to win some fabric for my next quilt.

  333. I’d give that quilt a try! Looks super cute! 🙂

  334. I regularly check out Sew Love Fabrics, much to the dismay of my credit card! 🙂

  335. Great fabrics!
    Count me in please

  336. There are so many ways to use such cute fabric but I think I would do a strip quilt possibly or maybe a log cabin. If I win I will post pictures of the completed quilt.

  337. I love your quilt! What a great quick project! I’d love to make it with those fabrics. Thanks for the opportunity to win!=)

  338. What a great shop! I love the fabrics she has!

  339. Such a wonderfully done tutorial. I am so inspired to make a quilt now and I love the one you made. I’ve always been discouraged by the binding and I absolutely love the technique you used. I have a regular machine and I piece almost everything I make in some kind of quilting way so I’m familiar with it and this sounds so do-able. Thanks so much for the inspiration!

  340. I would love to make a new lap quilt. The current one is getting to look pretty sad.

  341. I just ‘liked’ Tip Junkie on facebook 🙂

  342. I’d love to try my hand at my first “real” quilt (did a tshirt quilt for a charity fundraiser)!

  343. Great tut, pinning it. I would add it to my charity bee stash. Thanks for sharing 🙂

  344. SEVERAL NEAT FABRICS I’D LIKE@SEW LOVE FABRICS!
    THANKS FOR SHARING!
    HAPPY SUMMER!

  345. i would make a quilt with my granddaughter. I love scrappy and I have several patterns that would work with this… my granddaughter is 8 years old and is learning to sew.

    thanks

    Lorene

  346. I like you on face book too!!

    Lorene

  347. I would absolutely make a quilt with the fabric. Quilting is one of my favorite things to do with my mom. LOVE these fabrics!

  348. This looks like such a fun quilt. I would love to make it.

  349. i think i just found another favorite etsy store! i l.o.v.e. this fabric. seriously. i’m still a fairly new seamstress, so i would love to tackle some pillows with this fab fabric! did i mention i LOVE this fabric?!

  350. So pretty! I’d probably incorporate these pieces into a quilt!

  351. Liked Tip Junkie on Facebook.

  352. I’d make a quilt to use as a wallhanging in my sewing room that I’m re-doing in aqua and red!

  353. i’d probably do skirts and hair accessories for the girls

  354. I would make placemats for christmas gifts

  355. Checked out Sew Love Fabrics on Etsy. I love the Botanika fabric line.

  356. quilted pillows for my sun porch

  357. Liked Tip Junkie on facebook ions ago

  358. Favored so love fabrics on etsy! They have gorgeous material`

  359. Bookmarked Let Me Sew Love, awesome blog!

  360. Would love to make a quilt with this fabric!

  361. I like TJ on facebook.

  362. I need to have the courage to break out the sewing machine. This is so cute!! I will try I promise!

  363. Love the etsy store – I love the pirates fabric!

  364. I already like Tip Junkie on facebook! 🙂

  365. checked out their etsy and blog. I could spend hours looking at the fun ideas and all the fabric 🙂

  366. I would love to win this fabric and make this lovely quilt. I am a beginner and this seems to be very “doable” with my limited quilting knowledge.
    Thanks for your wonderful blog, this tutorial (which I will do wether I win or not) and having a give-away also!
    Michelle

  367. Barbara Anderson

    I haven’t tried a quilt, but have made made several small quilted projects–would love to try the quilt!

  368. I like TipJunkie on FaceBook and have for a while :0)

  369. Oh, how timely. I just decided to make my son a picnic blanket of Route 66 trails. I made it into long strips and attached them and I am in processing of connecting them together. I made them 21″ wide x 84″ long and three strips. I free handed on the quilting. I did rectangular lines starting on the outside and ending in the center. I am so excited about this project. Considering he is off to college next fall, I decided I needed another hobby. I used to sew years ago (skirts and tops) and still have his baptism fabric and pattern UNDONE! lol! Where does the time go? I am using binder clips to attached the fabric together to go under the sewing arm. I am really enjoying using my Bernina sewing machine that my husband got me for Christmas the last year before he passed away in 2003. I love the fabric, but really do not want to win this as I need to get to the cobwebs in my house and clean off my “sewing table” aka dining room table. Happy sewing to all!

  370. I would lov to make a quilt with this!! I would make a quilt to give to my mom for Christmas!!

  371. What a pretty quilt. So cheerful and bright. Would love to do one . Tutorial is very easy to understand. Just retired late last year and am now ready to learn quilting.

  372. What a lovely quilt and so easy to make – The colours are very IN too – you can’t beat that combination – so cheery that they have to make you smile. Thanks for a great comp.

  373. I also like you on Facebook – need my fix everyday 🙂

  374. I am getting ready to make a quilt for my son’s bed, and this would be perfect!

  375. I already follow on facebook!

  376. Would make a quilt following the tutorial.. Thanks for the chance!

  377. Tweeted the news via profile @hueisei
    thanks!

  378. Liked your page in FB too!

  379. Check out Sew Love Fabrics on Etsy and liked them via FB..

  380. Loved your tutorial. I’ve been afraid of quilting. I think I would follow your instructions and try to make my 1st quilt. Thank you for the great tutorial.

  381. These fabrics are beautiful! I would make a lovely quilt for my grandaughter – colors are perfect for her room!
    Nice tutorial on this quilt.

  382. I have been sewing simple projects & costumes for years. Sewing a quilt excites me & scares the daylights out of me both at the same time. I’m not very confident at putting together fabrics that go well & honestly have been afraid to start such a project, not be happy with it and never try again.
    If I win this fabric, I would definitely make a quilt following your tutorial. We are remodeling a bedroom at our cabin, this fabric would be a great start for the decorating!!!!
    Thank you for sharing your quilt tutorial, it gives me courage to go ahead & make a quilt!

  383. Hi, last week I ordered a sewing machine. I’m going to teach myself to sew. I’d love this fabric to make some pot stands for my kitchen. I think they should be easy enough to start with 🙂 The other projects I would love to start on are cushions for my 4 kids, this would be fabulous for that 🙂
    Thanks so much for the tutorial I am going to give it a go once I know how to sew

  384. I would LOVE to win this fabric bundle and would definitely make the quilt in the tutorial. Thank you for it!

  385. I checked out the Etsy shop and love the Summer House fabric bundle.

  386. I love quilting. I really love the step by step. I like how you square up your fabric. Every time I cut strips some how they end up off.

    Marsha Cassetty
    ivegonequilting.blogspot.com

  387. I’d have to try that quilt!

    Some of my fav fabrics!

  388. And, headed over to etsy now!

  389. My daughter just got married and I am putting a picnic basket together for them with all the plates, cups, etc. I could make this quilt and then make coordinating napkins and voila…a sweet day at the park with a very stylish basket and quilt!

  390. I already like/love Tip Junkie on Facebook 🙂 I would definitely make a quilt and the problem would be choosing one from my quilt board on Pinterest. I’m picking up my new sewing machine tomorrow and this would be a great addition to my excitment if I won!!

  391. This quilt is AMAZINGLY BEAUTIFUL! Very modern and yet classic/antique. I would love to make a quilt like this either for my bed or my daughters. (We may end up fighting over it..lol!)

  392. Sons getting married, room empty, yep think I’ll make a quilt for this soon to be guest room!

  393. follower of tip junkie on facebbook

  394. I love to quilt… I love to sew.. in a house full of boys I thinks I will make meself and girly quilt!!

  395. checked out sew love fabric on etsy. neat stuff!

  396. I haven’t made a quilt in many years and then my grandma helped me. Would love to try again for my granddaughters enjoyment.

  397. Thanks for the chance to win such beautiful fabric. I would make a start on Christmas presents by making a quilt.
    Happy days.
    Bev.xoxo

  398. I like your fabric choices. They are really cute choices for a quilt. I like to do a couple extra bobbins before I start quilting on my machine. That way when I’m in the grove I don’t have to stop and rethread to load another bobbin.

  399. I shared the info on facebook.

  400. Checked out the etsy shop. Heirloom by Joel Dewberry is so gorgeous!

  401. I would make my sister in law a quilt. She has dropped many hints that she would like one.

  402. That fabric is beautiful!!! I would most likely try my hand at that quilt because it’s so pretty, or I might make a few totes!

  403. I would make a quilt for sure!

  404. I checked out Sew Love Fabrics on Etsy!

  405. i would make the quilt in the tutorial. something i’ve always wanted to try.

  406. i checked out the fabric on etsy. i especially liked the children at play collection. could deffinitely do something with it for my granddaughter.

  407. I would make a quilt for the guest room

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