Sew, 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.
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 …
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I wish I lived closer to Portland, Oregon ’cause I’d love to attend Collaborative Improv Quilting, a workshop offered at PNCA (Northwest College of Art). Here’s the course description:
In this two-day workshop, students explore patchwork quilts as architectural interventions.
Katy of Monkey Do (formerly I’m a Ginger Monkey) made this quilt top in only four days after joining an informal quilt along she found on Instagram (#scrappytripalong). She wonders if this more laid back approach to group …
Jacquie of Tallgrass Prairie Studio reminds me of why I love modern with her Fire Stacks quilt. She talks about its appearance in the latest issue of a national quilting magazine, shares her fabric choices, design, and tons of photos. …
Toni of Quiltoni says she creates her geek-inspired quilts to make people smile and to keep them warm. They’re sure to please geeks, gamers and comic book fans of all ages. Go HERE to see her gallery of quilts.…
Today’s stop on the Generation Q blog tour is Julie Herman’s Jaybird Quilts. In her post, she starts off by comparing the size of Gen Q to her iPad, almost identical. She shares she and her brother did most …
Blair of Wisecraft painted this detail of her Facets quilt as part of week three of her Get Your Paint On class. Go HERE to see the inspiration quilt.
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Elizabeth Hartman of Oh, Fransson! shows off her contributor copy of We Love Color: 16 Iconic Quilt Designers Create with Kona Solids on her blog today. She gives you a look at her Kona solids quilt, Ladder. Click HERE …
Cathy of Cabbage Quilts likes this piece of fabric so much she cannot bear to cut it up. This piece of altered art fabric is the creation of Renee Robinson of Pea Green Girl, Spoonflower. I agree with Cathy, …
I found this Southwest Medallion Tapestry here and immediately thought it would make a great quilt.
I’m seeing a lot of ikat quilts in online stores lately, like this one, another quilt-y inspiration from Urban Outfitters. A trend perhaps?…
I love this Week by Week 1930s sampler quilt I found over at Sentimental Stitches. It’s made up of 187 – 4 inch quilt blocks. It makes me think of the popular, historical Dear Jane sampler quilt. You can buy …
Messy Jessy just finished her Granny Square quilt top, shown here. She admitted she had to pick out a couple of blocks that she pieced incorrectly, but now is so glad she fixed them. Go HERE to read more.…
Dee of Dee’s Doodles saw a painting on Pinterest called A Tree Grows and reasoned it would make a great looking quilt. Just this week, she created her version of the design in fabric, shown here. Be sure and visit …