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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.
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This is Little Island Quilting‘s first finished quilt made especially for Mexico City street children. Unfolded, right smack in the center she appliqued the words ‘Soy Amado’, Spanish for ‘I am loved’.
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Jessica of scrumdilly-do! shows off her classroom project – a Square in a Square quilt. This is not the typical quilt I share here on Quilting At Craft Gossip. This one is made, not from fabric, but construction paper …
Jennifer O of Sewhooked Craftsy offers (for a limited time) a free download of her sweet quilt block design based on the traditional pattern Sunbonnet Sue. Called Sweet Skating Sue she utilizes a paper piecing technique to get it …
Chris Warnick of Frecklemama put her patchwork skills to work making a snugly place for her sweet elf. And choosing Christmas themed fabric adds to the cheer.
If you’ve put off trying quilting, this project for a doll size sleeping …
Spied here, I pinned this swatch to my board, Fabric I Want to Marry to remind me to get some for my stash. Curious? It’s called Making Waves from the Ahoy Matey collection by Michael Miller. Oh, the things …
This splishy splashy goldfish mandala is the work of Shala Kerrigan of Don’t Eat the Paste. Originally to go in her coloring book featuring paisley, it’s a reject (not paisley enough) she’s sharing with her readers. Think of this …
Sarah Scholz makes quick work of this quilt by using a jelly roll from the Scoot collection by Riley Blake. She’s one of many bloggers participating in Madame Samm’s For the Boys blog hop. Get the tutorial.
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Karin Jordan of Leigh Laurel Studios made this pretty patchwork doll quilt for her daughter’s American Girl doll. At 16″ x 24″, both doll and doll-mom get to snuggle. Visit her blog to see how she made it. Oh, …
A brilliant idea is what Jessica of scrumdilly-do had for her classroom. She wrapped yarn around a wooden playhouse frame, then let her little ones weave fabric strips and scarves to make the walls. Go HERE to learn more.…
Thanks to Pinterest I found this Halloween-inspired quilt made by Amber of A Little Bit Biased. Sure it’s been out awhile, but this one is so cute, it bears repeating. She used nine-patch and triangles to make up her …
Take two smart little girls, hand them shaving foam paint and plain fat quarters, mix with one creative mom and you get a Trip Around the World quilt. This is how Rachael of Rachael Rabbit is spending the waning days …