Summer Garden Quilt

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Beautiful “Summer Garden Quilt” featured on Modabakeshop I couldn’t resist this one with pattern by Sharon Denney Parcel at Yellow Cat Quilt Designs. The perfect quilt pattern for spring and summer quilt. This is a two-block quilt made with one layer cake, and yardage for the background and the border. Measures 62″ x 62″. [button...

Quilting With Pre-Cuts – Craftsy Class Bundle 50% Off

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Hey what a great offer from Craftsy. Have you ever signed up for a Craftsy class? The classes are great and the best part is you can view them online anytime of the day or night. This sale gives you a great opportunity to explore the Craftsy Online Class program. Here are “3” great classes...

Why I Need A Travel Iron

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I went to a class last weekend and as I got ready to collect everything I needed to take I realize I had to pack up my regular steam iron. I thought with longing I sure would like to have one of those steam travel irons. Off I went to “Craftsy.Com” and guess what they...

English Paper Piecing – Yellow Creek Quilt Designs Workshop

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Our guild – Athens Dixie Stitchers hosted Jill and Vicki from Yellow Creek Designs on Friday and of course they presented a great program on Thursday at our regular guild meeting. But the part I like best when Jill took time to give us a brief English piecing tutorial. I looked at those tiny hexagons...

Fabric Diaper Bin

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I have been making some fabric boxes for Easter and when browsing the internet I ran across this great “fabric diaper bin” from The Adventures of The Empress of The Universe Blog. It is the perfect answer if you are looking for something to make for a baby shower. Can be made in an afternoon...

Do You Use A Quilting Design Wall Or Board??

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If you are new to quilting you may be shaking your head and saying what is that. A quilt design wall or board is the place you layout your quilt in advance. If you are a quilter I know you have experienced that ooops feeling “I sure didn’t mean to put that block there…” A...

Quilt Project Worksheets – Let’s Get Organized

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Have you started your WIPs (works-in-progess) spreadsheets for 2016. I know you are wondering what I am talking about. I found these today on The Diary of A Quilter website. What a great idea. Here is a link to purchase and download them. This is a perfect way to get organized. Start your own lists....

Creative Bug – Online Classes – Quilting & More

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I am excited I just found a new website. It is called Creative Bug Creative Bug Welcome to the land of quilting, where we speak the language of patchwork and eat applique for breakfast. Whether you are into piecing quilt tops or are solely into quilting, there’s something for everyone here. Find just the right...

Quilting History: A Look Back at Beautiful 1930s Quilts

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Image: Marcus Fabrics Gracie’s Schoolhouse ClassicA wonderful read on the Craftsy Blog – Quilts from the 30’s. If you are not familiar with the “Craftsy Blog” this is a great time to check it out. [button url=”http://shrsl.com/?~bhpb” style=”green” size=”medium” type=”square” icon=”” target=”_blank”] Click Here To Visit Craftsy Blog [/button] Quilts from the 1930s are some...

Valentine Heart Mug Rug – The Perfect Way To Say I Love You

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An early morning heart shaped rickrack trimmed mug rug. The perfect token gift to say I love you. This is a quick and easy pattern with great instructions. Available as a PDF download. Just a little bit of patchwork using a red theme. Rug is the perfect size for one cup of coffee, a candy...

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