A Seascape pattern using Kaye’s new Xtenders Tools
Emily’s No Problem Quilt
If you have cruised to the Caribbean, you have probabbly heard someone say, “No problem, mon.”.
When I heard this in response to a question I asked, I thought it meant that I didn’t have to worry and that they would take care of it for me.
No, that’s not what it means. It means, “They don’t care, and why should you.” But how does this apply to a quilt pattern?
Sometimes we need to de-stress our lives, and a No-Problem pattern can help us to do that. It means that there is virtually nothing you can do wrong while doing this quilt. It is called a No Problem quilt!
This is a great Pointless Project because there are no points to match and your seam allowances don’t have to be perfect. It also is fun for using up your scraps or fat quarters. Make a memory quilt: Take this colorful, fun quilt to school or cammp and have your friends autograph the blocks!
This super easy, super fun quilt pattern is HERE
Quilts of Valor Rail Fence HERE __________________________________________________________________________________
Breast Cancer Pillow Using Kaye’s Starmaker 8 Master Template.
using the Starmaker 5 Master Template
using Kaye’s View & Do Hexagon Template
Take a look at the table runner design. Because of the “X” cut, accurately cut with the Starmaker 8, all the seams match perfectly, even with all the angles used. And there is very little wasted fabric. This a fairly easy project because of the accuracy built in to the cutting and piecing techniques. Try it with two different color families (e.g.green/red) with different shades; or try sewing the strips from dark to light in one or two color families.
This will give you a completely different look.
Make it reversible with a different color on each side. Have fun and make lots of table runners for those special occasions.
Click here to download the patternChain Of RosesUsing Kaye’s View & Do Octagon Shapes, you can easily create this rose themed “woven” table runner.The strips that frame each octagon interweave to make an interesting background for the roses.Click here to download the free pattern!
Hexagon Fabric OrigamiThis unique idea utilizing the View & Do Hexagon Shape takes it’s inspiration from the ancient art of folding paper into shapes, only using fabric as it’s medium.Try this fun technique! Download this free Fabric Origami Pattern HERE
Hearts Table Cover
using Kaye Wood’sView & Do Hearts Template. Click HERE for the FREE Pattern!
This beautiful Christmas Tree Skirt in Kaye’s Free Patterns, HERE
Biscuit Pillow by Kaye Wood
This time intensve technique is made super easy by Kaye WoodThe free pattern is HERE
Half Circle Border Technique – Learn how to make evenly spaced half circle borders!
If you cook, these are pot holders; if you don’t cook, they are kitchen quilts.
A pinwheel quilt block is made from four rectangle squares. make two different pot holders with plain backs, or use one of the potholders for the front and one for the back.
The segments in each of the blocks are made the same, but the sewing steps are different. Click HERE