Pink Lion Pinks Sakes quilt block

Katie Blakesley of Swim Bike Quilt shows expert use of fussy cutting in her For Pinks Sakes creation. The pink lions in her wonky log cabin block delight me. All for a good cause too. Learn more about For Pinks

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Rachael Rabbit Dorr Quilts for lost service members families

Rachael of Rachael Rabbit has launched Quilting a Memory and needs your help to get the word out. She explains:

I’m looking for US Service families who might be interested in the charitable services I provide – making quilts from

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Flower Garden quilt

This fun quilt sprang from Val’s Quilting Studio this week. I am digging all the details – the stitching, the yo yos and rick rack. She gives a nod to Paula of The Sassy Quilter whose Triangle QAL got her …

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Layers of Hope 911

Quiltingranny, a retired 911 dispatcher and trainer, heads up a charity called Layers of Hope – Quilting 911. Its mission is to make quilts for the first responders (firefighters for example) in a community which has sustained a tragedy or …

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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

Sarah also shares on her blog …

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Soy Amado quilt Mexican Street children

This is Little Island Quilting‘s first finished quilt made especially for Mexico City street children. Unfolded, right smack in the center she appliqued the words ‘Soy Amado’, Spanish for ‘I am loved’.

Go here to see more great photos …

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FoundTornado quilt

Bonnie of Quiltville is getting the word out about this Beatles-inspired quilt that survived a deadly tornado in Illinois last week. It needs to find its way home. Visit her blog post to learn more about this storm and how …

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best quilt photo of the week - 5

If you can hang a quilt outside to photograph it, you’re half way to getting a decent shot of it. This week, I nominate Cathy of Blueberry Patch who made and photographed this I Spy quilt she calls I Spy

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SAQA logoRead on if you are interested in becoming a fabric designer and have a heart for doing good. From today’s eQuilter newsletter by Luana Rubin:

One of the best things about my “job” is that I have the opportunity to

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Year of Art

The bidding starts today (10 AM CST) for the fiber art pieces from “A Year of Art”. In addition to the 10 artworks, Pokey Bolton of Quilting Arts TV has donated a tote filled with goodies. Virginia Spiegel interviews her …

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Quilts for Kids_BoysThe non-profit organization Quilts for Kids is putting out a call for quilts that would please boys in their teen years. The patterns they recommend are simple enough for a beginning patchworker. Plus, if your hands are willing but you …

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I have a thing for vintage trailers, so no surprise this art quilt – Airstream Dreaming by Jamie Fingal – caught my eye. It’s one of eleven pieces from A Year of Art slated for auction in February with proceeds …

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I want to thank the many Craft Gossip readers who responded to my post back in August, you can read it here. Briefly, Debbie (pictured) lost her home in a wildfire and afterwards her best friend, Thearica of Pigtales

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I’ve featured Wendi Gratz of Shiny Happy World often here at the quilting channel. She creates wonderfully whimsical embroidery and applique patterns in her shop (I bought her cat pattern awhile back…love it!). One of her latest projects is this …

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Amy of Diary of a Quilter said after experiencing her first winter weather, decided to do something for Hurricane Sandy victims who lost their homes. She made up four quilts in one week, selecting warm flannel fabrics from her stash …

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