Have a look here at some of my video tutorials that are simply jammed packed with all types of quilty goodness!

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  • TUTORIAL: ANZAC Poppy Felt Brooch – April 2015

  • TUTORIAL: Jake The Dog Pillow – March 2015

  • MINI TUTORIAL: Snowball Block – March 2015

  • TUTORIAL: Mini Snail Trail Block – March 2015

  • Making a Quilty-Cross Pincushion! – February 2015

  • TUTORIAL: FPP Union Jack Block – February 2015

  • TUTORIAL: The Chevron Block – January 2015

  • TUTORIAL: The Hashtag Block! – January 2015

  • Sewing Machines 101 – The Chatty Edition – January 2015

  • TUTORIAL: Foundation Paper-Pieced Wonky Log Cabin Block – January 2015

  • TUTORIAL: The Economy Block – January 2015

  • Making Handmade Christmas Paper Crafts –ย December 2014

  • Making Handmade Christmas Felt Ornaments – December 2014

  • TUTORIAL: Paper-Pieced Christmas Trees – December 2014

  • MINI TUTORIAL: Flying Geese Block – November 2014

  • TUTORIAL: The Pinwheel Block – November 2014

  • TUTORIAL: Broken Dishes Block – November 2014

  • TUTORIAL: Maple Leaf Block – October 2014

  • Halloween Crafts – October 2014

  • TUTORIAL: Churn Dash Block – September 2014

  • Quilt Labels 101 – September 2014

  • TUTORIAL: Bear Paw Block – September 2014

  • TUTORIAL: The Sailboat Block – August 2014

  • TUTORIAL: Jacob’s Ladder Block – August 2014

  • TUTORIAL: Finn The Human Pillow – July 2014

  • TUTORIAL: Improv House Block – July 2014

  • TUTORIAL: Mini Double Wrench Block – June 2014

  • TUTORIAL: 7 Basic Embroidery Stitches – May 2014

  • TUTORIAL: The Love Heart Block – May 2014

  • TUTORIAL: Foundation Paper Piecing – April 2014

  • TUTORIAL: The Plus-Sign Block – April 2014

  • TUTORIAL: Friendship Star Block – March 2014

  • TUTORIAL: Four Patch Block – February 2014

  • TUTORIAL: Scrappy Log Cabin Block – February 2014

  • TUTORIAL: Square-in-a-Square Block – February 2014

  • TUTORIAL: Rail Fence Block – January 2014

  • TUTORIAL: How to make Hexies Part 1 – September 2013

  • TUTORIAL:ย How to make Hexies Part 2 – October 2013


17 responses to “TUTORIALS”

  1. Hello Amanda
    Iโ€™m a newbie to all things Quilty
    You are amazing
    Love love love your tutorials


  2. Thanks for your timeless tutorials. Hope you are having a happy life.


  3. Hi Amanda,
    We found your great little video about making quilt labels and shared it on our quilting directory website Quilting Focus, with links back to your Youtube channel and your lovely Pinterest board.
    Thanks for the great info. You can see the post here:

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Thank you so much for sharing my video! I really appreciate it! ๐Ÿ™‚


  4. hi amanda … i have watched your tutorial on the jacob’s ladder block and am curious why you say to trim it to 12 inches at the end of the video .. … from what i see you are using a 12.5 inch square yet you say it is 12 inches … a beginner friend of mine has made this block from your tutorial and cut all her blocks back to 12 inches because she followed your instructions … and because of this he HST’s in the blocks have all lot their points .. rendering the blocks unusable … i think a little more thought should have gone into your wording …


  5. Susan brennand Avatar
    Susan brennand

    I love finding new quilts places! I love love minis too. Do you have more mini tutorials planned? I enjoyed the snail trail. One of my favorites. Churn Dash and log cabin are cute too as minis

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    1. Yay! I’m so happy to have you join me! ๐Ÿ™‚
      Currently I don’t have any mini blocks tutorials planned for the near future, but that can always change!!
      I have made a tutorial doing a mini Churn Dash type block called the Double Wrench Block – here’s the link to the YouTube video if you’re interested! https://youtu.be/CW-fBDQZNIo


  6. Hi, Amanda very informative ,this is Dali


  7. Hi Amanda!
    I have been watching your YouTube tutorials for a few months now and I really look forward to them each week! I love love love your “British bunny” quilt, and I was wondering if you could possibly do a tutorial on the Union Jack pattern that you used. I would really appreciate if you could, because the quilt is one of my favorites! Thank you for making great videos ๐Ÿ™‚

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Hi Celia,
      Thanks for your lovely comment! It’s great to know that you’ve been enjoying my videos each week!
      Funnily enough, a few other request have been put forward demonstrating how to make the Union Jack Block! So you can expect the tutorial in early February!! Yay!! ๐Ÿ˜„


      1. Yay, thank you! ๐Ÿ™‚


  8. Jo Ann Scurlock Avatar
    Jo Ann Scurlock

    Loved the tutorial on paper piecing. I tried it once & gave up. Will use your tutorial & try again.

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Thanks very much!
      I’m glad you’re giving it another go! Paper-piecing can really be lots of fun!
      Best of luck!


  9. Charlene McEntire Avatar
    Charlene McEntire

    Watched two of your videos. I really enjoyed them. The first video I watch was paper piecing and you were very easy to understand. I liked the way you did your paper piecing. Looking forward to watching more videos. I also watched your video on making the heart block. I really enjoyed that one too! Thanks so much for taking your time to helping others to learn more about quilting!

    Liked by 1 person

    1. No worries!
      Thank you for your lovely comment!
      I love making my tutorials – it’s a wonderful outlet for me to challenge and explore my creativity.
      I also love that I can help others with techniques that they’re struggling with. It makes it all worth it ๐Ÿ™‚


  10. Help Amanda,
    I watched your paper piecing video which is wonderful. I am making a block that has 2 90 degree corners on the same piece how do you do that. I have tried everything and it is not working for me. What suggestions do you have because you did to mention this in the video.


    1. Hello!
      Great question!
      To be completely honest, it’s kinda hard for me to help you without actually seeing how the two 90 degree corners come together.
      Is there any way you can take a photo of it and perhaps send it to me?
      The best way might be to attach the picture to an email and send it to my email address – 3and3quarters@gmail.com
      Hopefully then I can help you as much as I possibly can! ๐Ÿ™‚


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