Category Archives: tutorial

Pinky Finish

I’m so pleased that I (just!) managed to finish this little quilt today. First I’ll tell you how the back went together and then show you the final quilt. If you missed the instructions for the top, you can find … Continue reading

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Pinky

Happy Victoria Day Monday! To celebrate, here’s a long weekend tutorial for a simple but pretty pink baby/lap-sized quilt. I’m using the charm and mini-charm pre-cuts that I showed you previously, plus two yards of baby pink kona solid. Directional … Continue reading

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Islington Station Eastbound

Well, it’s late – but the long weekend tutorial is finally here as promised! An in-progress bathroom project and some misguided furniture moving (both stories for another day) conspired to get in the way, but at least the quilt top … Continue reading

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Lunenburg Log Cabins

Well, it did take until Tuesday, but here is the long weekend tutorial! I have named this quilt “Lunenburg Log Cabins” because the block is a very simple, log cabin-like block and the colours make me think of Lunenburg, Nova … Continue reading

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BrickBreaker Tutorial

Well, the long weekend has come and gone and I’m just getting around to posting the tutorial. Better late than never, I guess! Sewing this quilt top was a very welcome break from the Grandpa project. It’s quick and easy … Continue reading

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Celebrating a Long Weekend

I love long weekends! And what better way to celebrate than with a finish – for the sewing room, no less! I’m even going to provide a tutorial for the balloon valance I made :). Years ago, I wanted to … Continue reading

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