Can you tell me how to get a printable copy of the Birdie Stitches.
All of the pdf patterns for Birdie Stitches are listed under the Birdie Stitches tab at the top of my blog. Each Birdie Stitches blog post has the pdf pattern within the post which is printable
I’m just learning to quilt, I have sewn for years and now decided to quilt and embro. I just received a new machine that will do all this and am so excited to take my lessons on it and learn more… I would love to follow you and gather all the learning I can from you… Sincerely, Cindy N.
Is there a place that you have the tutorial of the wonky log cabin that is pictured? I would like to try making it without trying to figure it out on my own. Thanks
All you need to do is start with an irregular center and then build around the sides just like a Log Cabin just keep going in the same direction as you add the strips. Once the shape is large enough, use a square ruler to square it up–I used a 12.5″ ruler. It looks like it might be tricky but it is such a simple block!
@Cheryl, if its one of these pictured here just click the link underneath it. 🙂
Is there a pattern for your French Rose’s quilt?
The pattern is French Roses by Heather French.
I love your creations and everything you do! I am a beginner and excited I found you. Thank you for sharing with all!
Yeah thanx for sending me your blog once again contact with you again renee
Looking for any directions for Quilting Journey Round Robin Bee Starter Block. Are there any? My round robin bee would like to use this block for our next project. Nancy Moshier
I printed out your pattern found on the Moda Website, “Framed In Quilt”. It’s just darling.
On the link, you mentioned you had another tutorial to use up the left over fabric.
Can you tell me which one it is?
Dear Corey, I have started stitching Little Birdie and love them. What size and type of needle is best. I am having trouble pulling the needle eye through Each block has fusible Pellon SF101 to the back.
I will appreciate and advise you can send me
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I have a question about the featured article in McCall\’s Quilting, May/June 2014 issue. Your quilt \”Cerulean Dreams.\” It appears the circles in step 3 are not ironed to the background fabric, Photo E, but everything is ironed onto the 6 1/2\” square. Please let me know if I have missed a step.
I love this quilt and plan to start it right away.
Saw a quilt of yours on pinterest and would love to get the pattern…It is a scrappy pattern with white background and lots of half-square units. Cannot see the quilt on your website.
Enjoyed you last night at Heart of Ohio Quilt Guild. Saw the Winter Solstice quilt on your blog–is that pattern still available?
I have been searching for a quilt pattern to suit the fabrics i have for making a charity quilt and came accross your “on point” quilt dating back to june 2012 and thought was just lovely and perfect for what i am looking for. Unfortunately i have not been able to find out where the place is to be able to download the pattern. P&B textiles do not have it on their website any longer…
Would you be able to point me in the right direction? Would very much appreciate your help….
thanks heaps in anticipation,
hello having enjoyed all ways you have shown us in the tutorials , colors ,designs thanx so much renee by
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