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This just in from Dale Riehl, of The City Quilter and Gallery:

ABC Television network’s CELEBRITY WIFE SWAP series shot a segment at our gallery and The City Quilter last March.

The program containing this premieres on ABC this Tuesday,

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Aside from the obvious advantage brick and mortar fabric stores have over online – you can touch the fabric – is the fact the shop owner can create a total experience for visitors. It starts but is not limited to …

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Quilts and Color Video

Grab a cuppa, sit down and treat yourself to this lecture Quilts and Color: The Pilgrim/Roy Collection.…

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ThingsWeLoveQuiltForMom_Made by IreneSugaridoo

Though well versed in Amigurumi and baking, Irene of Sugaridoo recently turned her attention to patchwork. She explains,

“Things we love” is a quilt I designed and made for my mom who has been a quilter for many years. I

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10 fabric organizing ideas

 

 

 

Finding that perfect piece of fabric can be a chore, especially if you have one in mind and know it’s lost somewhere in your stash. Go from out of control to super organized with one of these …

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Trifle Dish Sew Along Moda Bakeshop

For sweets, nothing says summer like strawberry trifle. It’s essential to use a glass bowl to see all the yummy layers of cake, whipped cream, and berries. The Moda Bake Shop is hosting a Trifle Dish Sew-Along where fabrics make …

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A Piece of Cloth Amy Badskrit Australia

Amy of Badskirt found this fabric shop during a road trip that took her through Fyansford, Victoria. I love this storefront so hard I’m inspired to start a new series here at Quilting at Craftgossip. Starting today, and once …

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Far Away Folk fabric contest entry Spoonflower

Ceri Gwen’s Far Away Folk got her into the finals of the Spoonflower Design Challenge 2014. I love her Heidi-esque interpretation of the contest theme - Cosmic Voyage. Oh, and notice the maiden brings along her cat and dog on …

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patchwork car seat cover

Connie of Refabulous made this car seat cover from a tute she found at Make It and Love It, but with an important deviation. She made the side panels out of patchwork strips.

What a beautiful welcome she’s given to …

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Summer Sparkle Quilt QAL

It may be the final week of the Summer Sparkle QAL (Quilt Along) – hosted by Faith Jones – but you can join in anytime. The results will be this perfectly patriotic star quilt. Love it!

Whether for this Fourth …

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Diamond Stars Vintage Grey

Diamond stars and edge stitching make these towels sing. Heather of Vintage Grey explains they got their start as flour sack tea towels. Humble beginnings she then embellished to vintage perfection.

See Visit her blog post, Diamond Stars. And …

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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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Low Volume in Quilting Explained_ElevenGarden

I’ve wondered for years how to describe the distinctively modern style of quilts made by Rita at Red Pepper Quilts. Well, Rebecca nails it in her guest post, Colour Theory 101: Value and Low Volume, at Elven Garden

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Table Runner Maria hangs on wall

Maria of Maria’s Quilt Box explains she won this beautiful quilted table runner in a contest. Lucky! Instead of placing it on a table, she hung it on her wall.

Image credit: Maria’s Quilt Box

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SewMcCool_QuarterInchSeams

Perfecting the quarter inch seam allowance is an essential skill for quilters who piece. If you have not yet reached what Deanna of SewMcCool refers to as “quarter inch seam Nirvana”, don’t panic. Go to her blog post, Sewing a

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