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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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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RecycledJeanQuilt_JoyfulDaisy

Amy of Joyful Daisy made this quilt out of recycled jeans, wool skirts, and plaid shirts. During construction, she embroidered the name of the recipient – Jonathan – on one of the strips. That’s a brilliant addition, sure to please …

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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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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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baby quilt fail

After auditioning these blocks on her design board, Megan (Tales of Ineptitude) concludes it’s just not right for a baby quilt. It’s still plenty right, her color and fabric choices rock the stars. She’s thinking of finishing …

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bunny with glasses wall hanging

Adorableness alert! It’s a bunny with eyeglasses. Well, you gotta see to paint eggs, right? This humorous Busy Bunny wall quilt is the work of Dee Anne of Sew Tackitt. Besides this cutey, there’s more to see at her …

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FMQ Inspiration and class Katie Did

Katie understands the key to mastering free motion quilting (FMQ) is getting in a ton of practice. To inspire potential learners to do just that, she shares on her blog, a round-up of FMQ patterns along with a plug for …

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RealMenQuiltTshirtSew, men, sew. Though still a minority in quilting circles, men are indeed picking up the needle in greater numbers. We can encourage the habit with this screen printed t-shirt, “Real Men Quilt” offered by Stacey of IceCreamTees.

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Sinking Sun mini quiltIs this sun rising or setting? For Jacquie (Tallgrass Prairie Studio) it’s setting. Her mini quilt, Sinking Sun, is a stunner. Check out her quilting stitches in this closeup. Go HERE to see more great photos of …

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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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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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practice quilted placemats Rachael RabbitRachael Rabbit doodle stitched these fancy feathers and kept going until she had made four quilted placemats. All this started out as a way to practice making feathers from a FMQ pattern by Leah Day. Go HERE to see more

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kittens hanging clothes on the line spring

This scene with kittens in a basket while Mom (or Dad) hang clothes on the line is adorbs. It’s the center portion of a quilt made by Linda Lanier of ArtsySewin with the pattern Wind in the Whiskers by McKenna …

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