Skylar of Awaiting Ada made this handsome bubble quilt for her brother to enjoy in his desert shanty. She explains it’s much larger and heavier than other quilts she’s done in this style, requiring her to make some adjustments in …
This baby doll quilt is the sweet companion of a matching larger quilt, made by the talent behind A Maidenhair Fern. Both are gifts to her granddaughter. Visit her post, Chevron Doll Quilt, to learn more.
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This crib quilt belongs in a high end baby boutique. The maker, Taryn (From Pixels to Patchwork), cut in half the dimensions of a store bought pattern, tightening up the design. Results…brilliant! Don’t miss more great photos of her Lickety …
This pretty basket would make a great gift, wouldn’t it? Jenny of Elefantz started with some of her binding remnants from earlier projects and whipped this up. She takes you step-by-step how to make it.…
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
Parents can keep books and softies handy for bedtime with this adorable quilted bed pocket, made by Lauren of Molly and Mama. Adapt the fabric and trim to suit your child’s preferences. Learn how to make it, go to …
Amy of Sew We Craft is certain you still have time to whip up this pretty little purse for Mother’s Day. She pieced together complimentary fabric strips to make the ground, created pleats, then finished it with a zipper closure. …
Waited to the very last weekend to whip up a gift quilt for someone? Rachael Dorr comes to our rescue, with a tutorial for a quick project – using a split strip technique – which certainly does not look fast. …
Check out Paisley to Please, a quilted table topper designed by Cori Derkson and Myra Harder. This project combines piecing and applique techniques that are not out of reach to even a beginning quilter. If experienced, it will whip …
Kids naturally gravitate towards bright, bold patterns, so why not make your little one a graphic quilt with their favorite characters? Emblazoned with beloved super heroes or Star Wars, these quilts won’t just be used as a cozy cover for …
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 …
Deby 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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Melissa of Mahlica Designs explains this tutorial gets more hits than any other blog post. She made this adorable ornament starting with constructing a crazy quilt block. Find out how she made it; get the know-how.
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