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 …
Emily of Nap-Time Creations came up with a clever way to make a twin bed quilt for one of her sons. She started with a crib-size baby quilt, did a bit of deconstruction / construction, and voila!, a twin quilt …
This princess doll is sleeping under a quilt with pea-like stitching. Delightful! Go HERE to see more of this fairy tale come to life.
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Alison of Arabesque Scissors created this pillow for her son, who loves it. She explains,
It’s hard to find cool stuff to sew for older boys…here’s a Lego man cushion that’s really hip!
Agreed. Go HERE to learn more. …
Christina of A Few Scraps has outdone herself in scrappiness in her latest handmade creation, a patchwork pillow. She explains,
This is the scrappiest pillow in scrap town.
Chuckle. She also incorporated some practice free motion scrap pads from earlier …
Dolls and dots take the spotlight in this adorable quilt block made by Tonya of The Crafty Mummy. It’s this month’s block for the Modern QAL at And Sew We Craft. Tonya admits she put off this assignment …
Bunny painted motifs on individual fabric squares. Her mom, Rachael of Rachael Rabbit, applied sashing and borders then quilted it into the bedspread you see here. Not done yet, she sewed up two matching pillows. So sweet! Find out …
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The non-profit organization Quilts for Kids is putting out a call for quilts that would please boys in their teen years. The patterns they recommend are simple enough for a beginning patchworker. Plus, if your hands are willing but you …
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.…
Seeing a student’s pleasure after taking on a new skill must be why teachers stay in the classroom. Tonya of The Crafty Mummy shows off her student’s handiwork after teaching sewing and patchwork at a recent retreat. Each of her …
This quilt 46 Mittens and Only One Matching Pair was created by Tina Curran. I love her idea here, have the viewer find the single matching pair of mittens in the border. You can read more about it, go …
Wendy of Ivory Spring did a guest post at Riley Blake’s Cutting Corners College blog showing how to make two pillows (16″ and 18″ finished). She used The Simple Life fabric collection by Tasha Noel, which I adore for its …