garden fairy Karen Graphics Fairy

Green and pink are the quintessential color combo for Spring; on such a ground, these fairies flit. Created by M.T. Ross in the 1920′s, this is a must-download. Get your Vintage Fairy image at The Graphics Fairy.

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Snow White Evil Queen paper piecing patternJennifer of Fandom In Stitches shares two patterns that use a paper piecing method of quilt block construction. Shown, is the Queen from Snow White, described in her blog post as “pathologically jealous”. The other side of her is the …

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Patchwork pillow for baby

Julie from 627Handworks has a frugal side, making this pillow from leftover half square triangles from a baby charm quilt. Both pillow and quilt are featured projects at the Moda Bake Shop. Check out Julie’s step-by-step instructions; get your …

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Kansashi Butterfly Headband

Mollie of Wild Olive intends to wear her latest butterfly-inspired project on her head. This Sunday to celebrate Easter and the resurrection. Using a Japanese technique called Kanzashi to create the butterflies from hexies, she’s sure you’ll want to make …

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Hello Spring Printable

After the winter we’ve endured, this printable – designed by Kelly of Live Laugh Rowe – is the perfect greeting for warmer days ahead. Visit her blog to see how she framed it, then download your own copy of Hello

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Dresden Plate with Butterfly

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 …

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Beginning Quilting Series Ssssy Quilter

Paula of the Sassy Quilter has a passion for bringing new folks into the quilting fold. As such, she’s put together a series of tutorials for beginners. Topics include tools, fabric, patterns, cutting, piecing, quilting and binding – all …

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Spring Mug RugDeby of So Sew Easy welcomes Spring with this cheerful mug rug. Notice how her quilting design echos the butterfly, creating  movement, brilliant!

You can make yourself one, because she shares on her blog step-by-step instructions on how to do …

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StageLights Diane Nagle RJR

This is a wow quilt. The pattern is Stage Lights designed by Diane Nagle for RJR Fabrics. You can download the pattern on the RJR Fabrics website. It’s free.…

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Vintage Retro Iron Graphics Fairy

I spied this vintage iron graphic over at the Graphics Fairy while admiring her vintage coffee pot. Think of the possibilities or the iron. Just print it out, frame it and give it a spot in your sewing/quilting space. …

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boho urban chiks quilt pattern

This is a stunning quilt pattern I spied over at Sewn’s free pattern page. It’s not obvious how the top is constructed. You strip piece fabric (in this case they used the Boho Urban Chiks line) to make a …

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Shamrock and flowers embroidered patchworkPsst. Victoria Findlay Wolfe just shared a link to her embroidered shamrock pattern via her FB page. It was part of Aurifil’s 2012 Designer of the Month series hosted by Pat Sloan. I especially love the name Victoria …

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beach ball baby quilt

I love this baby quilt made by Jess of The Elven Garden. It’s her first project featured at the Moda Bake Shop. Find out how she made it; get the tutorial.

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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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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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