Hi everyone! It’s Jann from Newton Custom Interiors again. I love sewing for my grandchildren, and I especially love sewing something for them when they’re newborns. Today, I’m going to share with you how to make a baby quilt. This is what I made for my newest grandson when he … Continue reading →
Working on quilts has proven to be difficult. The slightest rustle of fabric and Oliver is all over it, whether its at the sewing machine, being layered out on the table, laid out for photographs, or freshly out of the wash. He has truly found his happy place. Except not … Continue reading →
Well, not actually a how to, just sharing how I started out with a little paper piecing. I’ve mentioned a lady called Lucy several times now who lives in the US and comes to Cayman to scuba dive with my hubby. She’s helped me out with her long arm quilter, … Continue reading →
It’s been a while since I told you about my ‘evil’ gathered quilt top and my plans to challenge a long-arm quilter with the ‘worst’ quilt top ever made. In the original article about this quilt, I referenced a discussion on our sewing chat group about some ladies warning about poor … Continue reading →
If you have been thinking about quilting you have come to the right place. All that cutting and matching might seem daunting but help is at hand… and it’s in the form of the most fabulous ‘jelly roll’; pre-cut strips in various colors from a single print collection. With … Continue reading →
My jelly roll quilt top was the first thing I sewed with my new serger. It was fun to just run strips of fabric quickly through the machine at varying widths, to get used to using the new serger – putting in the mileage on it. A nice and easy … Continue reading →
So Sew Easy has grown a lot this year. It seems sewing is getting more popular, lots of people got new machines for Christmas and took up sewing and all of my beginner articles have been hot, hot, hot! So for those of you looking to learn to sew, improve … Continue reading →
Time to work on a new quilt top. I had used the Moda Avant Garden jelly roll as serger practice, learning the ropes and getting the hours in on my new serger. Some strips I had sewn without cutting off, some with just a small amount cut and others with … Continue reading →
You must be wondering what happened to my serger I got for Christmas? Well, I’m embarrassed but I just never found the time! I enrolled in the Beginner Serging Class on Craftsy and then never found the time to watch it, and was afraid to make a start without knowing … Continue reading →
I did it. And I love it. My second ever quilt is finished. My first one was just a jelly roll strips quilt, but this one was following a proper (beginner) quilting pattern, and I made proper blocks and sashing and I suppose you could say it’s my first ‘real’ … Continue reading →
I wasn’t sure if I would ever make another quilt. My first one had turned out OK despite several trials and errors (especially errors) along the way, but it hadn’t especially been something I wanted to repeat. Until that is, I gave it away to a friend for a baby … Continue reading →
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