Shruti of 13 Woodhouse Road fell in love with this quilt – so much so – she contacted the maker, Sandra Bruce. A generous artist, she answered every question she had about it. Go HERE to read more and see …
Margaret of Konstant Kaos is conscious of the mathematics of making a quilt. I love that about her. In her latest tutorial, she mocks up several quilt tops inspired by the thirty-six officers problem. Intrigued? Get the know-how.
Melody Crust talks on her blog about the importance of selecting the right quilting pattern to make the most impact on your quilt top. Calling straight line quilting elegant, click HERE to learn more.
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This image has 1529 repins on Pinterest, so I clicked through to learn this is Anthropologie’s Wildfield Quilt. Like most items in their store, it’s pricey, yet desirable. I noticed the reviews have been overwhelmingly bad, with people saying it’s …
Rachel of Stitched in Color admits she’s a quilt nerd after writing a post on value types you find in quilt patterns. She accompanies each type (scattered, radiating, rhythmic, illustrative and mixed) with a photo of a quilt incorporating it. …
Tonya of The Crafty Mummy made this I Spy quilt for her son and admits it’s one of her favorites. I see why. Choosing fun novelty prints with your child’s interests in mind is a sure way to please them. …
Wendy of Late to Create shares her way of binding a quilt – she combines machine and hand sewing. She tells what type of fabric she normally selects for a great looking binding, plus how to battle hand fatigue when …
Penny of Penny’s Vintage Home updated her front porch to make it say Fall. Besides her black cat Boo, the two quilts help create a cozy, inviting scene. I spied this at the Grace at Home linky party hosted by …
Amy Smart of Diary of a Quilter shows us some crafty finishes from a weekend of sewing. First up is this fresh and breezy quilt in the making. For non-quilters, you are looking at some of the blocks she laid …
Friendly Wendy of C&T Publishing Blog is hosting a giveaway for the book, Connecting Design to Stitch by Sandra Meech. She explains,
Part guide and part design class, the suggested lessons and projects offer exercises in refining and focusing design
Jenna of Sew Happy Geek is on point in getting the most mileage from her fabrics when creating Granny Squares. She shares how on her blog. Get the mini-tute.
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Lori Holt of Bee In My Bonnet is currently teaching how to make her Spoolin’ Around quilt, a section shown here. The Spools one patch can have many different looks, I especially like Lori’s liberal use of gray and white …
Ever wonder how quilters decide what fabrics to use in a project? Teresa of Stash Books Blog shows us her selection process for her String X blocks and even offers up a helpful hint. Go HERE to learn more.
Rachel of Craft is hosting a giveaway on her blog for a copy of the book, Reinvention: Sewing with Rescued Materials by Maya Donenfeld. Maya blogs at Maya*Made and you can see her post about her book blog tour here…
The 100 Days of Modern Quilting event came to a close this month. If you missed any day or want to revisit one you can; the Modern Quilt Guild created a reference page with links to every post in the …