Lynnes comparison paper vs freezer paperLynne of the Denver Sewing Collective shares two ways to do foundation piecing for a quilt top – plain paper and freezer paper. If you are unclear of the differences between the two techniques, get on over to her blog

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Pretty Points tutorial Anjeanette Klinder

Anjeanette Klinder shares on her blog the secret to sewing what she calls ‘pretty points’ in a quilt block. Hint: she uses lots of pins – but her explanation and photos on just how to pin for no slippage – …

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candaces mitered corner tutorial

Sure, butting works, but Candace of Saltwater Quilts knows how to create a better look for the corners on quilt-y projects. Shown here, is her I Spy quilt; notice the impeccable diagonal seam line on the black and white border. …

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Hands2HelpCharityQuiltChallenge

Sarah of Confessions of a Fabric Addict is hosting a quilt challenge to support three of her favorite charities. You have plenty of time to join this good work. Go here to learn more.

weighted blanket for sensory issues

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scraps repurposed into chevron

Marny of Modern Quilt Relish takes the ugly ducklings from her Flying Geese project and turns them into Chevrons. Once sewn, she shows you three different layouts. The one you see here is my favorite. Get the tutorial.

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sidekick-diamond-button

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 …

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modern cross quilt top

The modern, the graphics, the white space all add up to a wow! quilt design. Made by Sarah of Sew What, Sherlock?, she shares on her blog just how she made The Cross quilt block with lots of helpful …

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crazy quilted ornament

Melissa of Mahlica Designs explains this tutorial gets more hits than any other blog post. She made this adorable ornament starting with constructing a crazy quilt block. Find out how she made it; get the know-how.

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Plus Quilt Tutorial by SewCaftyJess

Jessica Kelly of SewCraftyJess shares how she created her Plus quilt top. Jessica explains she did not use a pattern even though they are plentiful for this popular design. She came up with her own measurements, cutting and layout. You …

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Sochi Olympics inspired table runner

Becky of Patchwork Posse couldn’t help but notice a patchwork theme at the Sochi 2014 Olympics; check out the torch carrier, official mascots packaging and the web store banner. All this inspired her to create this colorful quilted …

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Lattice Quilt Kirsta Kirsty of Bonjour Quilts made this beauty to celebrate the arrival of a new nephew. The shade of blue – she calls it Tiffany – coupled with the white lattice makes for a modern quilt baby is sure to love …

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mini quilt Geta

This psychedelic-style pinwheel quilt is so much fun to look at and according to its maker, Geta, quick and easy to make. She uses a raw edge applique technique for the top and quilts the layers together with invisible thread. …

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quick tied fabric garland Valentines Day

Chelsea of Farm Fresh Therapy shows on her blog how to make this quick and easy fabric garland, just in time for Valentine’s Day. This would be a great scrap burner project for quilters. Go HERE to get the know-how

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resized_5 generations on couch 2 at Robin'sYou can’t actually see the late Ashta Johnston sitting alongside these girls from the Johnston family, but her presence is evident in their laps. Ashta created the blocks in this beautiful Dresden Plate quilt, but never completed it.

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woven chevron block tutorial

Braids are so in right now. Jess of The Elven Garden takes braids from hair to hearth with  her tutorial for this unique quilt block. She explains when you put several together they create a woven look. Go HERE to

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