Top 6 Tips for Sewing Curves

Riverbend quilt pattern

If you’re new to sewing curves they can seem intimidating at first. So we have complied a list of our top 6 tips for success to share with you. Recently we held a free live curves piecing workshop. We want to help every quilter become confident sewing curves so we’re sharing a recording of one […]

Issue 9: Black and White

Issue 9 Black and White Quilts

This black and white theme has taken a mind of its own! There are so many different things to tie in to the theme. Using black and white as a color palette is striking and bold, which you will see with each of the patterns in this issue.  While Issue 9 of Modish Quilter is […]

Your Fabric Can Make a Difference


Join the Fabric Drive Beginning November 1st we are hosting a fabric drive to support the nonprofit organization, One Common Thread. One Common Thread provides jobs to impoverished women in Honduras making and selling English Paper Pieced (EPP) hexagon quilts and quilt kits. These jobs help support the livelihood of these women and their families. […]

Issue 8: Slow Stitching

Slow stitching

It is officially Fall which means that the cooler weather is rolling in and we want to spend more time snuggling under our quilts rather than making them. This also means it the perfect time to pull out your hand and slow stitching projects. In Issue 8 of Modish Quilter we’re exploring all things slow […]

Continuous Bias Binding Made Easy

Continuous Bias Binding

The final step of making a quilt is attaching the binding. There are many different ways to go about this. You could purchase pre-made binding, which comes on a roll. There are also a few different ways to make your own binding. In Issue 7, Getting Into Shape, you can find two binding tutorials; Making […]

Issue 7: Getting Into Shape

Issue 7

As we’re rolling into the summer we started thinking about how to capture the essence of summer. Summer often brings our focus on being our healthiest and most active selves. We sometimes spend a lot of time focusing on “getting into shape” to be summer ready. Well, in “Issue 7: Getting Into Shape” we explore […]

Remove the 4 Toughest Stains Without Ruining Your Quilt

Removing Stains from quilts

At Modish quilter we strongly believe that quilts are made to be loved and used. When you use your quilts however, they’re likely to collect stains. Knowing how to properly care for your quilt and treat stains on them can help prolong the life of your quilts. So we’re proving you with the knowledge to […]

3 Dark Color Palettes to Inspire

Dark Color Palette Quilts

In Issue 6 of Modish Quilter we dived deep into the dark side of quilting and explored dark background quilts. Utilizing colors like black or dark gray can provide a beautiful contrast next to cooler toned colors. A great example of this is our Broken Weave quilt. For the background we used a charcoal gray. […]

5 Secrets to Making Quilts with Templates

There are many fun and unique quilt patterns that use non traditional shapes. These designs are achieved by making the quilt with templates. Sometimes you have to purchase a special ruler to be able to make the pattern. Oftentimes paper templates are included in the pattern. It’s a great benefit when paper templates are included, […]

Issue 6: The Dark Side of Quilting

issue 6 recap

When we consider the background fabrics to use in our quilt we often reach for our classic white solid. We know that it will work with any bundle of fabrics we want to pair it with because it’s a safe option. In Issue 6, The Dark Side of Quilting, we are challenging quilters to branch […]