So this is the tutorial / pattern page. Here you will find some lovely inspiration for future projects. In a way this is the corner of the blog where I get to show you my future aspirations, not only in terms of the items themselves, but also in terms of the expertise I would need to have in order to make them, so in a way, they represent also my growth as a quilter/crafter.
Regarding the tutorials, I will try to show you some of the people who have taught me so much without even knowing who I am, so in a way, this particular page is also a tribute to so many artist I admire and follow through their blogs.
Ok, so I'll start off the page with one of my favorite pattern, which I can't wait to try out. Aunt Spicy presented it to me (or to all of us who follow her lovely blog) and I'm hooked!
Aren't they lovely???
Also, an advanced project I intend to try in a couple of experience levels away is the amazing Amy Butler Blossom Handbag/ Shoulder Bag free pattern found at the great Sew, mamma, Sew! Blog
Actually, I love anything Amy Butler does, so if you love it too, visit her Page and check out the patterns. They also have a couple lovely ones for free!
Ever wondered how a Spiderweb quilt gets made? Quiltville shows us how, it so much easier than it looks!!! As usual :)
Ever thought of making your own personalized Storage cubes? Amanda at Crazy Mom Quilts has a great tutorial on how to make them. Makes me want to make one in every color and shape :)
I have just found this amazing tutorial by Anna at Noodlehead for a Gathered clutch and it's amazing. Check it out!
Regarding the basics for quilting, I will share the links of my favorite "teachers" so you can visit their blog and take a look for yourself.
Visit Oh, Fransson! for some quilt making basics.
Also, Stiched in Color is hosting an amazing Quilt Along for Beginners, so you can follow all the steps here.
Another blog that really helps and inspires me is Heather's alamode. On the left side you can find some of my favourite tutorials, the Spiderweb quilt step by step and of course, the LOVELY Cathedral Window Tutorial, Must try that one really soon!!
If you want to follow an Urban Lattice Quilt-a-long, Cara from Me? a Mom? is hosting one here. I can't get over how complicated looking blocks turn out really wasy to make!
Want to learn how to make a Wagon Wheel? Stop by at Three Kitchen Fairies and get a realy easy tutorial
Vintage Sheet Wreath at In color order
More loveliness to follow :)