Do You Ever Stack & Whack – Learn From Craftsy

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For those who are Craftsy followers, have you ever visited their blog. I encourage you to take a peek today. I have just found a great blog post with a tutorial using the “stack & whack” technique. I have never tried it but after reading this blog post I may just give it a try....

Circular Quilted Placemats

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No matter how hard I tried I couldn’t resist this great placemat pattern. Being a scrappy type person I just knew it would be fun. But the best part is they are quilted with your “trusty” walking foot and then the binding is secured by machine by stitching in the ditch. Then I have completed...

Scrappy Binding

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I am always looking for something new and different to share. I ran across this little tutorial and tip this morning and since I am a scrap quilter I want to share it with all of you “scappers” out there. This is a great way to store scraps and also have binding ready to so....

Create A Mini Quilt Table Accent & To Add Color To Your Room…

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A hexagon may seem like a complex shape compared to triangle quilt patterns, but this Hexagon Mini Quilt Pattern is gorgeous and pretty easy to make. This is the perfect time to learn how to do “English Paper” piecing. Of course I will mention here that this is a Bonnie Hunter tutorial. The border is...

Weekend Baby Heart Quilt

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Although buying new quilting fabric is always fun, here is a tutorial using old pillowcases and sheets to make your own beautiful vintage sheet quilt. This Sweetheart Vintage Sheet Baby Quilt is made out of pretty blue and yellow vintage fabrics. Using this tutorial, you’ll find it quite easy to make a baby quilt showcasing...

Scraps and Beyond – Log Cabin Quilt

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Most of my quilting friends like to plan out their color scheme before starting a quilt, but not me. I go to the quilt shop and just can’t seem to get it all together. But say “scrappy” and you have my attention. So let me introduce you to “Scrapalicious Improv Log Cabin Quilt.” You will...

Egg Money Quilts – Eleanor Burns

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Eleanor takes you back to the 1930’s as she selects feed sack fabric to for a beautiful Egg Money Quilt in two layouts. Eleanor starts us off with Grandmother’s Flower Garden. You will delight in her quick new methods to make this old time favorite as a block or as a stylish purse.

Origami Flower Quilt Block – Fabric Origami

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I just came across this website today and couldn’t wait to share. Would you believe “Fabric Origami?” All of this from “TeresaDownUnder.” So with no more ado…check it out. Two great videos from Teresa and a couple of postings with great instructions. Anyone who sees these blocks will be surprised at how simple they are...

Hexies, Hexies & More Hexies – English Paper Piecing

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As you have most likely figured out I am a great English paper piecing fan. I guess I like it because I have always loved scraps. I love scraps no matter what size they are – I guess you could say there is never a scrap that is to small to use for something. I...

Magical Blocks: Out of the Box

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This is one of those classes that you can’t wait to take. Magical Blocks: Out of the Box” one of the perfect ways to make that special quilt that is your very own design. Turn basic pieced units into incredibly intricate quilts — only you will know how simple they really were! Discover your ability...

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