Snippets of a Quilter LeJardin quilt

Wendy at Snippets of a Quilter just finished her “Le Jardin” quilt. She used a Bunny Hill pattern to applique a beautiful garden full of flowers, bunnies and more. Nice job!

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How to Sew on a Button by Hand

Deanna of SewMcCool shares her secret for sewing on a button by hand. Whether embellishing a quilt or attaching some to a garment, doing this the right way will not only help them stay put, but as her daughter found …

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Primitive Spring PillowCheri of quiltsbycheri did some wool applique to first make a block. She then made it the front of this pillow, To Every Season Spring. Primitive goodness!

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purse from strip piecing Mom's Day

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. …

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Stitch n Swap Book GiveawayJust in case you missed my contest announcement, you have until May 11th to enter for a chance to win a copy of Stitch ‘n Swap, compiled by Jake Finch of Generation Q Magazine. To enter, leave a …

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pretty by hand pincushion

Cute alert. This rectangular pin cushion is the work of Kristyne of Pretty by Hand. The color palette of pale pink and red has me swooning; and mushrooms are always a winner in my book. Oh, and her choice …

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Hen Party Bozena Pantry

Full of whimsy with hens and eggs flying through the air, Hen’s Party is a lovely tribute to the energy of Spring. Did you know hens like to party in the Spring? That’s the inspired opinion of this quilt’s maker …

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DecoLampWallhangingThis Art Deco mini quilt was designed by Chris Jurd of Patchwork Fun Etsy. I just found her shop and quickly knew she would become a favorite. Won’t you join me for some window shopping, starting with Art Deco

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Spring Mug RugDeby 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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baby quilt fail

After auditioning these blocks on her design board, Megan (Tales of Ineptitude) concludes it’s just not right for a baby quilt. It’s still plenty right, her color and fabric choices rock the stars. She’s thinking of finishing …

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Union Jack Tour

Don’t miss this fun event, a blog tour sponsored by Riley Blake to promote their Union Jack fabric panels. Participating bloggers will share project ideas starting 4/1 and ending 5/1; get the blog tour schedule.

The first blogger on …

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Vintage Retro Iron Graphics Fairy

I spied this vintage iron graphic over at the Graphics Fairy while admiring her vintage coffee pot. Think of the possibilities or the iron. Just print it out, frame it and give it a spot in your sewing/quilting space. …

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Tenugui towel fussy cut baby quilt

Cynthia of A Quilter by Night fussy cut some of her Tenugui towels to go into a baby quilt. I love this Mt. Fuji block, don’t you? All this sewing is to welcome a couple friend’s baby into the world. …

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Spring Butterfly quilt block free download

Happy first day of Spring! These butterflies fit the scene of blooming flowers, pollinating bees and nest building birds. Charise Creates shares these Spring Butterfly blocks as part of her Vintage Block Quilt Along (QAL), in progress. Go HERE

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practice quilted placemats Rachael RabbitRachael Rabbit doodle stitched these fancy feathers and kept going until she had made four quilted placemats. All this started out as a way to practice making feathers from a FMQ pattern by Leah Day. Go HERE to see more

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