If you are anything like me, you constantly think about crafting. Your mind is playing a mini video of everything you could create each time you walk into a hobby store and you always have a mental shopping list filled with things to be on the look-out for. You probably know all of your local crafts stores by heart and when to shop for the best deals.
But what if you are a beginner crafter?
What if you’ve been staring at that sewing machine you bought on impulse because you found a project you just knew you could do but once you got it home you had no idea where to start or how much fabric you would need? Each tutorial you read just confused you even more. Sewing books were filled with strange terminology and the glossary looked like it was written in a different language. Basting stitch, french seam, serger… What do these even mean???
I’ve been where you are (I’m still there about that darn basting stitch!), and I’m here to help. Each week I’ll be posting in a series on how to quilt. I’ll break down the project into manageable sections that you can do at your own pace. Sometimes it might take us a two months to create something, sometimes it can be done in two weeks. But the best part is you get to help choose the next project! If there is something you have always planned to make but couldn’t figure out where to start, let me know. We can learn together, and we are going to start by making a favorite quilt of mine – the Puff Quit.