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.
Good for a chuckle, this fabric celebrates quilters. It’s Sewing and Knitting Novelties by Timeless Treasures. You can find it at Sew Me a Song.
This is Animalia in Splendor from the Safari News collection by Art …
I heard about this color tool from Becky’s post, Magenta! of Piece O’ Cake blog. Called the Ultimate 3-in-1 Color Tool by Joen Wolfrom, I checked it out on Amazon where I looked for one of the lowest starred comments …
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 …
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…
Got leftover selvages? If you quilt or sew with 100% cotton fabrics it will not take you long to have a whole pile of ‘em. I often incorporate mine into my quilt blocks or borders, but made by ChrissieD turns …
It’s not too late to join the BOM for this beautiful quilt, Stars & Sprigs designed by Kim McLean. Combining applique and pieced blocks to perfection, this one is a stunner. Visit The Rabbit’s Lair for details.
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Heather Kojan – who blogs at quilt.cook.keep. – did a guest post at Moda Bake Shop explaining how to make her fabulous star quilted throw, shown here. Her design and neutral color palette rock! Get the tutorial.
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Awhile back I did a series on Best Photographed Quilts, but who would think to photograph fabric? Rachael of Blue Mountain Daisy, that’s who. Go HERE to see fabric line Text Type by Jess Wheelahan. Go HERE to …
Charise of Charise Creates took pity on one of her readers who wanted to make some fabric coasters she saw in Stitch magazine that Charise made from mostly out of print (OOP) fabrics. We’ve all been there, the perfect fabric …
Chris Warnick of Frecklemama put her patchwork skills to work making a snugly place for her sweet elf. And choosing Christmas themed fabric adds to the cheer.
If you’ve put off trying quilting, this project for a doll size sleeping …
Spied here, I pinned this swatch to my board, Fabric I Want to Marry to remind me to get some for my stash. Curious? It’s called Making Waves from the Ahoy Matey collection by Michael Miller. Oh, the things …
Determined to give handmade this year, but you haven’t stitched a lick? Make something quick and easy like these fabric bookmarks made by Kathy of Pink Chalk Studio. Fusible web, craft paint, stamps and a cute design is all …
This one is called Lineage. Lovely. The …
This is s small section of a quilt top made by Jessica of Twin Fibers. She admits she was daunted by the difficulty of the piecing, but got over it once she started. And what a finish to show …