Mishka of Quilting Gallery announced today a new swap for quilters. The pattern is whatever the maker decides, so if you crave less structure for a swap, this may be the one for you. Called Dreaming of…..Spring, you’ll swap …
Brooke of Pitter Putter Stitch shows her readers how to make a kaleidoscope quilt block using paper piecing. This, after she created a lovely pillow with the same pattern for her swap partner. Get the know-how.…
Lucky for us, Carol of MamaCjt chose to sew and bake this week. She has two mug rugs and a beautiful pecan pie to show for her efforts. This is “Rudy”, who makes me want to break out my Christmas …
Louise of I’m Feelin’ Crafty said she created these mini quilt magnets after being inspired by another blogger’s tiny collection. Both sets are adorable and would make wonderful gifts. Louise shares step-by-step how she did it. Get the tutorial.…
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Tina of Seaside Stitches created this fun quilt she calls Picture Perfect. She explains it’s the result of her participation in the Polaroid Block Swap at A Quilter’s Table. Click HERE to see more photos with some closeups of her …
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Jennifer of Brave Little Chicken is hosting the latest Echino Swap round. A little birdie tells me there are just 3 slots left, so if you want to be part of it, get yourself to her blog and sign up right …
Anorina of Samelia’s Mum announced this week that Round 2 of the Name Game Swap is open for quilters to register. She explains,
This swap was very popular during round one. Each person makes a mini quilt (wall hanging) for
Nutella Nutterson: Crafty Crafterson is hosting a Boy/Girl I-Spy Charm Square Swap on her blog. If you want to join, she has an online form you can fill out. Click HERE to get swap details.…
Anna of Six White Horses made this 12.5″ diamond stack quilt block for the 4×5 Modern Quilt Bee where she is a participant. Of the block she says,
I think it’s much easier to make than it looks, but you
Ethne at Flaming Stitches made this pieced block for the Free Bee, month of February belonging to Marianne at The Quilting Edge. Marianne asked everyone to create quilt blocks with an urban, industrial theme in the style of Elizabeth Barton. …
Made for the Cocorico Bee by Tamiko at Patchwork Notes. The theme if you haven’t guessed is Orchard. So cute.
Made for the Kumiko Fujita Bee by Tamiko at Patchwork Notes. The theme is Patchwork 318.
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This is Annie’s wacky quilt block that should have been wonky for a swap. She talks about how difficult doing wonky turned out to be on her blog Annie’s Musings. Whatever her goal this is a happy fun block. Go …
Krista at Spotted Stones made this mini art quilt for her swap partner Suzanne back in November. Wonderful work, the bikes and the clouds make me smile. Click HERE to read more about her swap experience.
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