In quilting, shapes play a role in helping us add depth and uniqueness to our quilt. Learn how many shapes in the world can be sources of inspiration for your quilt.
Colors, such as red, yellow, blue, and green have been used by artists, quilters, and others throughout the years. Let’s take a look at the history of colors and how they have been used throughout history.
There are different quilting techniques that you can try in your quilts. These include hand quilting, free motion, walking foot quilting etc. that we will review in this post.
Nancy Crow brings a rich and varied palette to her quilts. Learn about Nancy Crow and her contributions to quilting.
It’s a giveaway, a review, plus a blog hop! Cindy Grisdela‘s brand new book published by C&T, Adventures in Improv Quilts, arrived in my email today, and I’ve got a review for you below. If you want a free e-copy of Cindy’s book, leave a comment below and I’ll pick a winner at random on…
A new Modern Quilters showcase where I present you Natalie Skinner, Ann Feitelson, Sheila Frampton Cooper and Saija Kiiskinen enjoy their stories and amazing quilts.
If you are a quilter, try these 5 different exercises that can help you spark your creativity to let you make more spontaneous quilts.
Color theory ties into modern quilting. Learn how the history of color theory can help you to understand and inspire you to use color wisely in your quilts.
Gwen Marston made over 500 quilts over the course of her life. Learn about how you can be inspired by her work and quilting techniques.