The “Best Of” the Tuesday Tutorials



The Dizzy Daisy, Free Motion Quilting

Good Morning, Quilters!

As you know, I’m lucky enough to be teaching at The John C. Campbell Folk School this morning.

However, I didn’t want you to idle…

So I sorted through some of the social media statistics to bring you The Best of the Tuesday Tutorials.

The tutorial with the most overall “Views”  at The Inbox Jaunt is The Dizzy Daisy.

The Dizzy Daisy, Free Motion Quilting

The Brick Wall earned the most “Pins” on Pinterest. (Follow me on Pinterest HERE)

Brick Wall. Free Motion Quilting

And The Spooky Spider has received the highest numbers of “Likes” and “Shares” on Facebook. (Like me on Facebook HERE)

Spider FMQ Tutorial, LKennedy

What do YOU think?

Is YOUR favorite included here?

Have YOU pinned, liked or shared any of the Tuesday Tutorials (it really helps!)

We’d LOVE to hear YOUR quilting faves!

Happy Stitching,


PS…All tutorials, images and information are the property of Lori Kennedy at The Inbox Jaunt and are intended for personal use only.  Feel free to re-blog, pin or share with attribution to The Inbox Jaunt.  For all other purposes, please contact me at  Thanks!



10 thoughts on “The “Best Of” the Tuesday Tutorials

  1. Thanks, Lori. I will definitely use these on the next couple of quilts I have planned. I am working on one right now and I was getting to a place where I needed to quilt something else on it that was a bit different from the rest of the quilting. Also, I will have a Halloween quilt ready to quilt soon and those spiders will be perfect!

  2. My all-time favorite is Claire’s Peony! It fills big spaces as well as small–excellent choice for most quilting projects. Don’t get me wrong, the 3 top favorites are excellent as well. I’ve used them myself. Lori, your tutorials are fantastic please keep them coming! Any word on your upcoming book–any updates on publishing time? Can you reserve a copy early?

  3. They’re all lovely, and useful in their own way … but, oooohhh that spider … so silky and spookily scary all of a once. Marvellous. I’ll have to find him a home. He’s so much nicer than the long-legged, tiny-bodied denizens of our garage, and storage room. They give me pause. Yours give me a smile 😊

  4. The Dizzy Daisy is amazing, but it remains a little difficult. For the time being my favorite ones are The Grip pop and the Straight line triangles. I hope that you will go one sharing your wonderful tutorials so helpful.
    How lucky they are at the John C. Campbell Folk Schook to have you today !
    Best wishes from Marie

  5. Oh, I wish I could be at JCCFS with you this week . . . sigh. I really like the Dizzy Daisy – in fact it will be one I plan to use on one of five scrappy placemats I’m working on (haven’t chosen the other 4 but I’m GOING to get all 5 quilted this week). Thanks for sharing so much with all of us.

  6. Those are some great quilting patterns. Thanks for setting up that posting even though you are away from home and working. Hope you are enjoying your stay at the Campbell Folk School. I live in the middle of NC and still have not been there. My husband is not interested in going so I may have to go on my own. It’s suppose to be a wonderful experience.

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