Quilting Project Tutorials

This page will gather some of my quilted project tutorials together to help you find a project!  See more by clicking on the quilting category on the sidebar.

Mardi Gras Mini Quilt

Mardi Gras Mini Quilt | From My Carolina Home

More Alzheimer Dementia Fidget Quilts

Alzheimer Fidget Quilts | From My Carolina Home

Using a directional print in the Stacked Bricks pattern

Pooh Stacked Bricks - 18

How to Make an Alzheimer’s Fidget Quilt
Alzheimer's Fidget quilt Finished
A Quilt for a Boy
Boy's D9P Quilt

Stacked Bricks Quilt – A Disappearing Nine Patch Variation
Stacked Bricks finish 2

A Modern Setting for a Traditional Block of the Month
Modern Setting for Traditional BOM at From My Carolina Home

Forest Paths Table Stand Mini Quilt

Forest Paths ~ From My Carolina Home 4

Hearts Around Table Topper

Hearts Around finish

Sudoku Quilt Tutorial – a step by step guide to make this simple design.


White On White Table Top Quilt – 2 part tutorial

White White Finish

Christmas Hexagonal Table Topper

Christmas Hexagonal Table Topper 15

Spring Tulip Mini Quilt – 2 part tutorial

Spring Mini Quilt - 24

Disappearing Nine Patch Variation


Quilted Sewing Machine Cover – step by step instructions to make your own.


Patriotic Table Runner using the Tri Recs Rulers – a simple design with lots of pizazz, and you can do it up in any color combination!


Maple Leaf Table Runner

Maple Leaf Table Runner finished 1

Three Maple Leaves Table Runner

Three Leaf runner 1

I Spy a Farmer’s Market! – a great kids quilt, or even a kitchen wall hanging


12 thoughts on “Quilting Project Tutorials

  1. Dottee

    Just found your site. Wonderful examples. Yes, I also use directional fabrics in multi-directions so that no matter what side the child is facing, something is right side up. G

  2. Bonnie Walker

    Thankyou for a beautiful site full of so much information.
    I just finished by first ever quilt. Know there are many mistakes in it, but it was such a learning experience.
    I love the craft, and keep reading up on it.
    Thanks for all the advice

  3. Bonnie Walker

    I just saw your ’20’s bag is smashing. Is there a pattern available for it? Will you be having a monthly sew along next year ?

  4. Lorraine Pezzutto

    I saw your Hearts Give Chase Table Cover last year when I first started doing quilting projects. It looked interesting and I kept the website address. Having some time in between projects, I picked up on your hearts table cover, read over your tutorial and hope to get started cutting out my pieces. Thank you so much for the detailed instructions.

  5. Diane Doppelhammer

    I have been searching for a table topper pattern or tutorial for a hexagon topper. I absolutely love your Christmas hexagon table topper and already have fabric to get started. Thank you for providing an easy to follow tutorial! I will be following your site closely…love it!

  6. Just found your site. It is wonderful, love everything . Thank you for all the ideas and helps. Never heard of fidget quilts. They are great and I am anxious to make one. Right now I am starting a hankerchief curtain, any ideas?

  7. Today, I made your jelly roll market bag. I am so pleased with it. I used red and navy material, and red, navy and burgundy buttons. I can’t decide if I will keep it, or give to my daughter for Christmas.

  8. janie Wilson

    ran across your tea cup quilt along and love it is there anyway I can access your directions to make it? I’m a new quilter and I think I can manage this while this shut down. Thank You

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