The Crosscut Blocks tutorial brought the highest by far (over three times more than any other post). I gotta say, that made me pretty happy, as the #crosscutquiltalong was as much fun as anything else this year. Truth told, I'd love to do something else like it again in the new year, so if you have ideas what that might look like, do share.
Next were actually 2 related posts. First, 6 Tips for Making Zipper Pouches Easier and Neater ....
Another tutorial, the Improv Layered Circle came next. I used this technique first in my Baconrific quilt, and then for a Bee Sewcial bee "block," which is pictured.
And the last of the 'top 5' was 10 Tips to Instant Sewing, a really personal post actually, that came about at a friend's request. The tips I shared are still ones I live by every week.
So on one hand, as a quilter, it's interesting that finished quilts aren't what folks are most interested in. On the other hand, it confirms we quilters like to do a variety of sewing; and tutorials do encourage folks to try new things, to hone their skills, to move forward. And I'm all for that!