These coasters are embroidered with pretty flowers atop two shades of linen, then quilted. Sweet and modern, visit Waterrose Etsy to see this and other homemade goods by this talented maker.
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This HÄLLEKNOPP fabric yardage is available at IKEA, in stores only. First, the black and orange color scheme makes it great for Fall or Halloween decor. But best of all, the design reminds me of the 1000 Pyramids quilt pattern. …
Registration opens in October for a MQG SewDown being held in Music City (Nashville, Tennessee) next April. This Modern Quilt Guild sponsored event includes a weekend stay at this sweet hotel (Loews), meals and tons of sewing workshops. Bring a …
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Look what I found strolling down an aisle at my local Target® store last Saturday. It’s a patchwork pillow that I’ve seen similar renditions of for years in the blogosphere. It’s a DIY look mass-produced. This store is always “on …
I love this modern, sophisticated quilt made by Vanessa of Crafty Gemini. Her color choices are sublime. If you love it too, listen up. Vanessa is hosting a 3-video quilt along for her Keys Afloat quilt. She explains,
Cindy of Hyacinth Quilt Designs shows off her latest quilt, Steam Punk. She created it from a pattern by Jen Kingwell of Amitie Textiles. It’s my pick for this week’s best photographed quilt. Go HERE to see more photos …
This is the August quilt block for the Austin Modern Quilt Guild’s block challenge. Called “Texas Puzzle”, visit the blog post to see step-by-step how to make one.
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Mary of Molly Flanders Makerie lays out the top of her Gee’s Bend inspired quilt and takes lots of great photos of it, one with her feet – so cute. This one though, gets my vote for best photographed quilt …
This is a first for Anorina of Samelia’s Mum in making a quilt using improvisational piecing. Her results are lovely. She shares on her blog some pointers on how you can make your own scrapalicious quilt.
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This quilt, In Motion, shows a clever use of half-square triangles. It’s from the book Modern Neutrals by Amy Ellis, who admits on her blog this is a personal favorite.
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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.
So fresh. Check out Cintia’s (My Poppet) rainbow-hued table runner she made from hexagons. She says she pieced those hexies together using a running stitch and whip stitch, whichever she was in the mood to do. That’s my …