This gorgeous quilt is the creation of Elizabeth Elliott. The pattern, The Rebel Quilt, is available in her online store.
Image credit: Libs Elliott…
Louise of I’m Feelin’ Crafty kicks off a blog hop today to celebrate the release of her first quilt pattern. Get the Blog Hop schedule so you will not miss each participant’s crocodilian creation. Here’s a partial peek of Louise’s …
Any quilt block can be used for a pillow front but only a few turn out to be this fabulous. Maura Ambrose of Folk Fibers smartly chose and executed the Cross Circle block for hers. I love it! Do go …
Patchwork praise for “Mod Circuitry” designed by Elizabeth Dackson. Her color choices – brilliant. Visit her Tutorials page to download the free pattern.
Image credit: Don’t Call Me Betsy…
Melissa of Yummy Goods created this huge selfie on her design board using small pieces of fabric. She’s not only a quilter, but a painter; and it shows in this lovely work in progress (WIP). Visit her blog post Giant …
Psst. The next episode of Craft In America: Industry features some of the quilters of Gee’s Bend. Don’t miss Lisa Butterworth’s interview with the creator of Craft In America Television series, Carol Sauvion coming out May 2, 2014.
Image credit: Craft …
This Art Deco mini quilt was designed by Chris Jurd of Patchwork Fun Etsy. I just found her shop and quickly knew she would become a favorite. Won’t you join me for some window shopping, starting with Art Deco…
Dust off that sewing machine that’s been collecting dust this winter. Benita of Victoriana Quilt Designs shares a free pattern for this Spring-invoking quilt block. What you see here is a quilt made up of 20 of these blocks. Go …
Can someone please shoo that bee off this bunny’s nose? Ahh, it’s only thread. This sweet scene is one of eight that make up a quilt from a Nan Baker design, Bullas Bunnies. Visit KreinikGirl to see a closeup …
Katie understands the key to mastering free motion quilting (FMQ) is getting in a ton of practice. To inspire potential learners to do just that, she shares on her blog, a round-up of FMQ patterns along with a plug for …
Sew, men, sew. Though still a minority in quilting circles, men are indeed picking up the needle in greater numbers. We can encourage the habit with this screen printed t-shirt, “Real Men Quilt” offered by Stacey of IceCreamTees.
Don’t miss this fun event, a blog tour sponsored by Riley Blake to promote their Union Jack fabric panels. Participating bloggers will share project ideas starting 4/1 and ending 5/1; get the blog tour schedule.
The first blogger on …
This scene with kittens in a basket while Mom (or Dad) hang clothes on the line is adorbs. It’s the center portion of a quilt made by Linda Lanier of ArtsySewin with the pattern Wind in the Whiskers by McKenna …
Getting the correct alignment when piecing diamonds can be rough going, but Julie of Jaybird Quilts, came up with a solution. It’s a special ruler she designed and brought to market – the Sidekick. Incidentally, it’s a sidekick …