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For the 3D Flying Geese tutorial and project pattern for this wall hanging (table topper) click


and another blog post about how I quilted this one, go HERE

EQ7 tutorial
on how to achieve the transparency look by choosing solid colors. You will find the tutorial


For another take on 3D Flying Geese (with a bit of a twist!), cutting and sewing free-hand gentle curves and complete instructions for this table runner, go HERE

For the tutorial on this paper-pieced project, go HERE

Ideas how you can use this same, paper-pieced block!

For a tutorial on how to make this easy poinsettia-looking fabric flower and the Christmas ornament from it, go HERE

Once you know how to make flowers, use them in this cute, quick and no-sew candle ring (or vase, or flower pot or... ring!). For the tutorial on how to make it, go HERE

Use the same flowers to make this simple table runner extra special - for the table runner tutorial go HERE

Another easy, strip-pieced table runner! For a tutorial, go HERE

Place-mats that go with the strip-pieced table runner and have a silverware pocket! Tutorial is HERE

For the tutorial on how to make this quick and easy Christmas Tree card holder (or just a lovely holiday wall hanging!), go HERE

Another fun-looking, Santa holiday card holder! For a tutorial, go HERE

As long as we are playing with Santa - here is a quick way to make really special holder for that gift card you got...or just make a Christmas tree ornament that can hold a special treat?
For a tutorial, go HERE

Fun way to use fabric panels and make them look like real windows!
For a tutorial on this project (and detail instruction how to miter the corners!) go HERE

Here is a quick and easy way to make a great lap size or bed-size quilt, using several fabric (or colors) that go well together - by just cutting squares, placing them on-point and sewing them together! It is all in how you put the colors and it is easy! For a complete tutorial, go HERE

Let's BAKE! This Pear-walnut cake is one of our family traditions for Thanksgiving, my husband's birthday (since it is his favorite!) and...any other time we feel like it! :)
For the recipe how I make it, go HERE

For the 3D Bow Tie block and this red-happy table runner tutorial, go HERE

BACK TO BASICS - tutorials and tips for basic quilt-making skills (good for beginners!)

Basics of rotary cutting - tutorial HERE

How to get accurate and consistent 1/4 seam - tutorial HERE

BINDING - all machine stitched binding - tutorial HERE


  1. Your 3D flying geese hanging looks great. i ave not learned how to make a tutorial yet, but you inspire me.

  2. Thank you for the explanation of 1/4 inch seams versus scant 1/4 inch seam. I have read about this, but your tutorial was visually easy for me to understand. I enjoyed all your posts and I am eager to try some of these table runners.
    Thanks again for the molefoam idea.