Karen Jordin of Leigh Laurel Studios satisfies a passion for fruity greens and oranges in this fun, fresh patchwork pillow. She provides a free coloring sheet and full tutorial, plus gives her method of making sure your patchwork front pillow …
Remona of The Stitching Scientist thinks summer quilting projects should be quick and easy to leave plenty of time for outdoor activities. I agree. With that in mind, she made this fun quilt out of a Jelly Roll and Charm …
This baby doll quilt is the sweet companion of a matching larger quilt, made by the talent behind A Maidenhair Fern. Both are gifts to her granddaughter. Visit her post, Chevron Doll Quilt, to learn more.
Image credit: A …
Kathy of Kindred Quilts made this patchwork license plate as part of the AMB Blog Tour. She admits taking her idea from paper to piecing was harder than she imagined. Visit her blog post, Welcome to Iowa!!!, to …
Karie Jewell made this darling, diminutive fabric box starting with just two fat quarters. So enamored with the results, she made more – ten in all. They sit in a row in her sewing space holding tiny fabric bits. Get …
Cool Cottons is my nominee for this week’s best fabric shop storefront. Rooted in the Craftsman style, I’m digging the rust boarding and teal trim. The uncluttered signage and natural wood door finish the inviting look.
Image credit: Cool Cottons…
Image credit: Spirit Cloth…
Quilters, you need this nifty cheat sheet printable created by Marzi of Made by Marzipan. Visit her blog to get your free downloadable Sewing Cheat Sheet.
*Thanks goes to Christie of The Fabric Shopper for bringing this to my …
Adrianne rocks the first week of her self-imposed challenge (Block a Day in July) with these six blocks. Only 25 more and she’ll be ready to sew them into a top. Visit On the Windy Side to learn more about …
Lily of Block-A-Day celebrates finishing a 6 years in the making quilt by taking it outside and shooting it from all directions. Don’t miss her lovely napping quilt photo shoot. Enjoy!…
Get your summer quilting on Row by Row. You’ll travel to participating quilt shops in your area (1250 stores total so hopefully one will be close to where you live) and pick up a unique free pattern for a single …
The Stitchin’ Post is my nominee for this week’s best fabric shop storefront contest. First, I love the architectural style of the building, with aged looking bricks. The canopied and lighted entrance invites you in. The flower boxes add warmth …
This just in from Dale Riehl, of The City Quilter and Gallery:
ABC Television network’s CELEBRITY WIFE SWAP series shot a segment at our gallery and The City Quilter last March.
The program containing this premieres on ABC this Tuesday,
Aside from the obvious advantage brick and mortar fabric stores have over online – you can touch the fabric – is the fact the shop owner can create a total experience for visitors. It starts but is not limited to …
Grab a cuppa, sit down and treat yourself to this lecture Quilts and Color: The Pilgrim/Roy Collection.…