Quilting Archives

Lessons I-VII and Quilting Archives


Making a quilt is not so difficult a project as one might think. With the proper tools, some general knowledge of sewing, and an appropriate pattern or design, a beginner’s quilt can be completed successfully. The series presented here features projects of wall hanging or crib quilt size which showcase simple patchwork and/or applique.

Projects include: Snowball & Flower Block, Disappearing 9-Patch, Appliqued Heart, Christmas Ribbons and Seminole Piecing.

Assembly of the design components can be done by hand or by machine. Use of a rotary cutter and cutting mat is recommended. Fabric should be 100% cotton, machine washed & dried prior to cutting.

Let’s get started!

  • VII Class 01-17: BQ3 Quilts
  • VI Class 10-16: Seminole
  • V Class 01-16: Snowball and Flower Block
  • IV Class 10-15: Patchwork Sampler
  • III Class 01-15: Disappearing 9-Patch
  • II Class 10-14: Christmas Ribbons
  • I Class 01-14: Appliqued Heart
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