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Quilt-as-you-go - must try this method and love the bright colors in this. Great idea to use up scraps in less time!

Design wall for quilting

wall organizer made from old jeans.

Quilting Ruler Holder that hangs on the wall - made with recycled jeans pants legs - GENIUS!

How to Bind a Quilt

Fabulous quilt

This tutorial has several videos to walk you through the process! Great for beginners!

Tutorial. This is a pattern based on the 1930/1940s block called "Endless Chain." It is awesome in a whole quilt of scraps, which I WILL make some day. So happy to find this tutorial & templates.

Chain Link quilt block tutorial

Reversible log cabin quilt

Best and easiest binding technique out there! Creating this pocket at the beginning means you don't have to be so precise in the length of the binding at the end. Tuck the end in the pocket, sew it down, and once it's folded over and hand sewn to the back, you can hardly tell where it joins!

Gorgeous Denim Quilt. The Black sashing really nails the look. great way to use leftover jeans

What can a precut make?....what size quilt will charm pack, layer cake or jelly roll make.

Chevron Log Cabin Quilt -- wonderful carefully made Amish Quilts from Lancaster (hs1606)

Strip quilt with ONE detailed panel! I might could handle ONE! :-)

Do this with granny squares

At Home with Country Quilts 11 love the sawtooth stars with 16 patch centers and hourglass blocks alternating.

Fantastic looking quilt labels from Erick Wolfmeyer.

Flannel Quilt Tutorial..this is a good tutorial, and this pattern is a fast one. ....Just what I am looking for !!

Paper Piecing Cheat Sheet | Right Sides Together #quilts #paperpiecing #quilting

Great information for hand quilting with embroidery thread such a Perle Cotton: love a quilt that's stitched with Perle Cotton.....oh my, the collective in-drawing of breath around the world as the "Quilt Police" flutter their eyes in disbelief that such a thing would even be allowed......Do what makes you happy, it's your quilt anyway. If you want to take huge stitches...DO IT....NO RULES!!!