IowaLicensePlate_KindredQuilts

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 …

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12 hexies or Less Blog Hop

Diane of Crafty Pod is calling all *EPP-ers to join her perfect-for-summer blog hop. Relax. You’ll find no overreaching goals on this romp with a needle. Each project requires at the most twelve hexagons as a starting point. Get the

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Cool Cottons Portland Or

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

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Row by Row

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 …

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StarBlockMadeInSpace_KarenNybergAstronaut and quilter, Karen Nyberg, is holding a quilt block she made in space. In this video, she invites all quilters who are attending this year’s International Quilt Festival in Houston to enter the Astronomical Quilts Block Challenge. …

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The 'Gator Quilt Blog Hop

Louise of I’m Feelin’ Crafty kicks off a blog hop today to celebrate the release of her first quilt pattern. Get the Blog Hop schedule so you will not miss each participant’s crocodilian creation. Here’s a partial peek of Louise’s …

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farmtofabric

I’ve heard of farm to table, but now thanks to Andy of A Bright Corner, I now know about farm to fabric, American Made Brand cotton solids. You gotta check it out.

Image credit: American Made Brand

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WinnerEditorsChoiceAwardPortlandia

Art quilt Portlandia, showing at the Denver National Quilt Festival (May 1 – 4), is the winner of the Editor’s Choice Award from Quilters Newsletter magazine staff.
Congratulations to the maker, Mary Kay Price who did a great job …

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Craft in America Industry features GeesBend Quilters

Psst. The next episode of Craft In America: Industry features some of the quilters of Gee’s Bend. Don’t miss Lisa Butterworth’s interview with the creator of Craft In America Television series, Carol Sauvion coming out May 2, 2014.

Image credit: Craft

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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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TM_quilt_mapadDale of The City Quilter sent me this section of the current NY City Subway Map so I could share it here. With a million copies of the map due out this week, think of the people who will hear …

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auction quilt Baby Kate

Megan of Quilt Story is auctioning off this quilt to help her best friend with expenses related to her baby Kate. Bidding started at $50 and is up to $250 the last time I checked. You have a very …

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GrandCentralTerminal_NY

GenQ is getting the word out about a quilt-y event happening in an unusual, yet spectacular location – the Grand Central Terminal in New York City. All this arty wall decor is to help celebrate the terminal’s centennial. Teri has …

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Francis Robert Shotgun Memorial Quilt

Fran Bowechop-Parker created this beautiful wall hanging to celebrate the memory of her brother-n-law, Robert. Besides being a heartfelt gesture – be sure and read her commentary for the quilt – it won 3rd place in the Pieced Duet B …

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Union Jack Tour

Don’t miss this fun event, a blog tour sponsored by Riley Blake to promote their Union Jack fabric panels. Participating bloggers will share project ideas starting 4/1 and ending 5/1; get the blog tour schedule.

The first blogger on …

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