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5 Free Quilting Patterns!

5 Free Quilting Patterns!

Nothing can fuel your quilting inspiration like a beautiful and unique quilt pattern. And, it gets more fun when it’s FREE!
Beginning Quilting - Flying Geese

Beginning Quilting - Flying Geese

Welcome to the next lesson in our series on Beginning Quilting. Now that you have learned the basics of Rotary Cutting with Strip Piecing, Making Nine Patch Blocks, and practiced your Half Square Triangles, it is time to get a bit more advanced!
Tips & Tricks for Topstitching Like a Pro

Tips & Tricks for Topstitching Like a Pro

Topstitching can take a garment or any sewing project to the next level, and when executed neatly those topstitches can become a stunning detail.
Beginning Quilting - Making Half Square Triangles

Beginning Quilting - Making Half Square Triangles

Making Half Square Triangles is an essential skill in quilting. This method is quick and accurate, so your points always come out sharp
How To Install A Centered Zipper

How To Install A Centered Zipper

I’m installing a centered zipper and I’m using this method in a pillow case panel... So If you follow my steps, you just need to sew another panel onto the zipper panel and you have a lovely pillowcase!
Beginning Quilting - Basics, Tools, and A Simple Block

Beginning Quilting - Basics, Tools, and A Simple Block

Learning to quilt is fun, and can give you a lifetime of patterns and projects to make, give away, and enjoy in your home. It is important to learn the correct way of doing things from the outset, so that your time and efforts produce the results you want.
How To Make A Log Cabin Block

How To Make A Log Cabin Block

The Log Cabin block- a popular block pattern in the quilting community. This is a very versatile block when it comes to picking your fabrics and designing your project. With the amount of pieces needed, it looks intimidating but sews up super easy and fast. Perfect for a beginner to take on :) Follow along and make your own!
Appliqued Tic-Tac-Toe Travel Pouch

Appliqued Tic-Tac-Toe Travel Pouch

I have another scrap-busting project that would make a great gift. We often play tic-tac-toe on picnics and long beach days, and while, sure, you can just draw in the sand, this is a cuter version that you can put together in an hour.
How To Make A Crossroads To Jericho Block

How To Make A Crossroads To Jericho Block

This Crossroads to Jericho block is another simpler block pattern you can utilize in a quilt, table runner, wall hanging, or whatever creation you come up with :)
5 Reasons to Follow MadamSew on Instagram Right Away!

5 Reasons to Follow MadamSew on Instagram Right Away!

Check out all the fun we have on Instagram!
Sewing With Home-Made Fabric Twine

Sewing With Home-Made Fabric Twine

A couple of weeks ago I showed you how to make fabric rope out of fabric scraps - this week I'm showing you how to use your rope!
Mother's Day Project: French Press Cozy

Mother's Day Project: French Press Cozy

Let's learn how to make a French press cozy with this quick & easy tutorial! Ready for some free motion quilting?
Free Pattern - An Easy, Reusable Bunny Snack Bag!

Free Pattern - An Easy, Reusable Bunny Snack Bag!

It’s Earth Day today so I’m here with another earth friendly project. Let’s sew some reusable snack bags to celebrate Earth Day!! Less disposable plastic waste, and it is super easy to make. Small steps matter!
How to make a Double Four Patch Square

How to make a Double Four Patch Square

The double four patch square is one of the easier patterns to sew together, and honestly, it’s my absolute favorite one to do. So follow along and have fun!
Use Your Scraps: Make Fabric Twine!

Use Your Scraps: Make Fabric Twine!

Do you have too many fabric scraps? Clean up your scrap box and put all those scraps to use by making your own fabric twine!
How to Bind a Quilt with the Edge-Joining Foot

How to Bind a Quilt with the Edge-Joining Foot

Today I want to share a tutorial for double-fold binding, also known as French binding. With these instructions you will achieve nice, crisp mitered corners and a thin, clean bound edge. It is ideal for small items like placemats, where you want a narrow binding.
April Customer of the Month

April Customer of the Month

Meet Maria, our MadamSew customer of the month!
10 FREE Dress Patterns!

10 FREE Dress Patterns!

Who doesn’t like free stuff? This is my list of free dress patterns that I like. I found them online over the last few weeks.
Improvise a Baby Quilt Top

Improvise a Baby Quilt Top

Today I have a sort of challenge for you, I want to you to come with me on a little quilting adventure. If you have seen any of my tutorials you already know that I prefer to improvise my quilts, so I thought I’d walk you through the process of improvisational quilting.
Understanding Everything About Zippers!

Understanding Everything About Zippers!

Adding a zipper to a sewing project can be intimidating. I was planning to do a post on how to sew an invisible zipper with the invisible zipper foot but, as I was researching and gathering information for this post - and I like to be thorough - my introduction kept on growing and soon became a whole article.