I hope these will be useful to you.  Happy quilting!

 Twice Turned Christmas Stocking

 RSC Butterfly Block

Quick and easy quilt label

 Spring Blooms Block

Quick placemats to complement a 10-minute runner

Freezer paper foundation piecing

Changing the size of a paper foundation piecing pattern (gotta keep those seam allowances 1/4"!)

Finishing a removable pillow cover

Bias tube method of making bias binding

Making binding from individual strips (straight grain or bias) with less marking and trimming

Using a basting frame to make basting a quilt more friendly to your back

Making a small Lone Star block

Using tissue paper templates for FMQ


  1. I am enjoying your blog, and your lovely patterns. Nice to see such vibrant colours. The Tic, Tac, quilts are lovely, and your snowflakes are wonderful. Plus,since I am relatively new to quilting I have enjoyed your tips, they are much appreciated. I will be looking you up on Craftsy, thank you!! Best wishes from another Canuck.

  2. Thank you for the free "Sesquecentennial" quilt pattern.
    I am going to buy the fabric today.
    When I have finished that quilt I shall buy your "Wandering Geese" pattern, it is so colourful. [another Canuck!]


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