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 …
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 …
This psychedelic-style pinwheel quilt is so much fun to look at and according to its maker, Geta, quick and easy to make. She uses a raw edge applique technique for the top and quilts the layers together with invisible thread. …
You can’t actually see the late Ashta Johnston sitting alongside these girls from the Johnston family, but her presence is evident in their laps. Ashta created the blocks in this beautiful Dresden Plate quilt, but never completed it.
As a …
Frieda Anderson of Frie Style admits she’s fascinated with hearts. She explains,
I created this Valentine Hearts art quilt to celebrate my love of LOVE.
And being the generous teacher – hailing from the Chicago School of Fusing – she’s …
It’s not too late to join the BOM for this beautiful quilt, Stars & Sprigs designed by Kim McLean. Combining applique and pieced blocks to perfection, this one is a stunner. Visit The Rabbit’s Lair for details.
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A bird, a tree and leaves appliqued on a white ground. This, a closeup of a quilted pillow made by Karen Miller of Karen’s Quilts, Crows and Cardinals. She’s celebrating having her whimsical fall project, Family Tree, featured …
Row by row you can build a quilt. You know you want to make one, now that the kids are back to school. Join Little Miss Shabby for her Rainbow Row Along, in progress. You’ll learn piecing and applique.
If the thought of making an entire quilt seems out of reach, why not take a quilt block and make it the focus of a pillow. Melony of Mel Designs did just that with her adorable Dresden Plate Burlap Pillow. …
Anorina of Samelia’s Mum shares her secret for making hand applique easier. It involves starch and kid’s glue. What she’s sewn here is a circle onto a square ground. To find out more, go to the tutorial.
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Heather of Quilt or Stitch talks about her new-found love for applique after taking a Sarah Fielke class on Craftsy. The piece you see here, she plans to turn into a throw pillow. I’m digging the striped flower stems, and …
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There are two heroes in this story. The husband who grabbed he and his wife’s wedding quilt on the way out the door of their burning house and Jackie, a friend who restored the quilt. It survived the flames fine, …
Erin Russek of One Piece at a Time shared on her blog the latest block for the Christmas quilt you see here. Called Jingle Applique, it’s located bottom center of the red border. There’s nothing sweeter than birds, leaves …