Sherri Lynn Wood of Daintytime Etsy made this quilt and describes it in her product description this way,

The pattern is an improvisational riff off the [ ] symbol…This quilt took 65 hours and 20 years of experience to complete.

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Thanks to each and every one of you who entered the giveaway for a Go! Baby Fabric Cutter sponsored by AccuQuilt. Drum roll…..please. Commenter 206, Joan is the winner.  Here’s her comment.

My dear friend and creative quilter Joanne

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Users of self-healing mats, listen up. Carol of FunThreads shares a tip for getting rid of the fuzzy remnants that get stuck in the mat after lots of cutting with a rotary cutter. Shown is the *Olfa brand mat. She …

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Tonya of The Crafty Mummy did a guest post at And Sew We Craft where she shares her method for putting a quilt sandwich together. Learn how to spray baste a quilt, get the tutorial.

Image credit: And Sew

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Alma Stoller announces her latest workshop – Soulcraft Art Quilt – as part of her STITCHED 2012 series of videos designed to help you find your inner fiber artist. Go HERE to learn more.

Image credit: Alma Stoller

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Today’s stop on the Generation Q blog tour is Julie Herman’s Jaybird Quilts. In her post, she starts off by comparing the size of Gen Q to her iPad, almost identical. She shares she and her brother did most …

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Which one would you make? It’s a rhetorical question. Laurie Wisbrun of Scarlet Fig thought it would be fun to design some modern pillow panels for the two US political party’s mascots, the Republican Elephant and the Democratic Donkey. Go …

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At one time or another most women will have a bridesmaid dress hanging in their closet. One they’ll never wear again, but is too pretty to get rid of just yet. Offered at UncommonGoods.com, you can have said dress …

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Adorableness alert! Flossy the Unicorn will keep your embroidery floss tidy. Offered by Missy Kulik Etsy.

Image credit: Missy Kulik Etsy

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Cathy of Cabbage Quilts likes this piece of fabric so much she cannot bear to cut it up. This piece of altered art fabric is the creation of Renee Robinson of Pea Green Girl, Spoonflower. I agree with Cathy, …

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Joy of A Joyful Soul covers a new-to-me quilt piecing *technique on her blog this month – strip tubing. Starting with a Hello Luscious jelly roll she walks you through the process that will end with perfect half square triangles …

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At first glance I thought this was a quilt; see the wagon wheels and notice it’s photographed as wall art. But, it’s actually a Spin Wheel Tea Towel created by Avril Loreti and is for sale in her Etsy shop

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I love this Week by Week 1930s sampler quilt I found over at Sentimental Stitches. It’s made up of 187 – 4 inch quilt blocks. It makes me think of the popular, historical Dear Jane sampler quilt. You can buy …

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On Saturday, April 21 Craft Gossip held the Spring 2012 Fork and Talk bloggers meetup in Little Rock, Arkansas. As before, the generous folks at EK Success sponsored the event. And just like last year, they gave away some serious …

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This photo has popped up all over Pinterest in the last 24 hours, and rightly so. Check out the baby pants and covered embroidery hoop made with the Kona Modern Quilts fabric collection by Cynthia Frenette. As with most of …

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