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RBD Knit LOVE Blog Tour!

It’s finally here! Today begins our month-long Riley Blake Jersey Knit Love Fest! We have an amazing blog tour lined up for you, filled with some seriously talented pattern designers and bloggers. To start off the tour, I have whipped up a SUPER easy shag pillow using this fantastic, easy-to-follow tutorial from V. and Co. I…

Hello from Cotton Carnivale!

Jina, Cindy and Amanda have headed to Australia by invitation of Sue Daley for Cotton Carnivale, a three day even full of inspiration and ideas for shop owners.  Sue runs Millhouse Collections a distributor of Riley Blake Designs/Penny Rose fabrics. We’re having a great time! Amanda Herring  taught  the ladies how to make slippers. Here’s Natalie…

Traditional Block Thursday: 16-Patch Block

Today’s tutorial features our last strip-pieced block. This one is actually a mite easier than the nine-patch, so this should go quickly for you! Printer-Friendly Version Fabric needed: 2 – 3.5″ x width of fabric strips. I used two beautiful prints from Penny Rose’s Meadow collection. Put the right sides together and stitch a 1/4″…

Lucky Girl Dress Blog Tour

  When Lucy invited us to sponsor and participate in her Lucky Girl Dress blog tour, we were thrilled! We love Lucy’s stuffed animal patterns, so we were excited to try out her brand new dress pattern using ourjersey knit fabrics.  This pattern has a lot of flexibility to it. As you can see, our…

Project Design Team Wednesday ~ Bonnie Rose Quilt

Hello Riley Blake readers!  It’s me, Melissa Corry from Happy Quilting and I am so excited to be back here at Riley Blake to share another Design Team Tutorial with you 🙂  With my upcoming book release, Irish Chain Quilts: Contemporary Twists on a Classic Design, it’s no surprise that I have Irish Chains on the brain 😉…

Military Max Quilt

Instructor: Andy Knowlton Hi Riley Blake readers, I’m Andy Knowlton from the blog, A Bright Corner. I’m sharing with you today a fun and easy tutorial to make this cute throw size quilt using the Military Max fabrics designed by Bella Blvd. The finished Military Max quilt measures about 48″ x 60″. Supplies: 3/8 yard…

Squared to the Max

Instructor: Katie Ellis I am so excited to be here and share a fun project with you all. My name is Katie and I create over at ChooChoo Skadoo. I am going to share with you all how to make this adorable quilt using the Military Max collection. This is a good size quilt; 74″x94″….

Lucky Girl Dress Blog Tour + Giveaway

We are excited to be sponsoring the Lucky Girl Dress Blog Tour this month! We have been sewing with Lucy’s darling stuffed animal patterns recently and can’t say enough about the quality and clarity of her instructions. So when Lucy mentioned her blog tour, we knew we wanted to jump at the opportunity to pair…

Traditional Block Thursday: 9-Patch

How is the strip piecing going? We are going to mix in a little twist with the strip piecing and show you a simple 9-patch block whose layout has limitless possibilities. Most of the blocks that we will make this year use the nine-patch layout. Printer-Friendly Version Fabric needed: One 4.5″ strip x width of…