Puff Quilt for Brother

Skylar of Awaiting Ada made this handsome bubble quilt for her brother to enjoy in his desert shanty. She explains it’s much larger and heavier than other quilts she’s done in this style, requiring her to make some adjustments in …

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Pink Lion Pinks Sakes quilt block

Katie Blakesley of Swim Bike Quilt shows expert use of fussy cutting in her For Pinks Sakes creation. The pink lions in her wonky log cabin block delight me. All for a good cause too. Learn more about For Pinks

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Baby Quilt gifted Lickety SplitThis crib quilt belongs in a high end baby boutique. The maker, Taryn (From Pixels to Patchwork), cut in half the dimensions of a store bought pattern, tightening up the design. Results…brilliant! Don’t miss more great photos of her Lickety

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Embellish art quilt with zippers

Jamie Fingal of Twisted Sister did a guest post at Bernina’s We All Sew blog on using zippers to embellish art quilts. She first shows us how to use a single side as trim around a circle (Double Wedding Ring …

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DD9P Disappearing Nine Patch

Don’t miss this latest post at A Few Scraps. Christina shares what she calls improved instructions for creating a double disappearing nine patch quilt block. This fun technique will give your finished quilt top a complicated look without the fuss. …

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Low Volume in Quilting Explained_ElevenGarden

I’ve wondered for years how to describe the distinctively modern style of quilts made by Rita at Red Pepper Quilts. Well, Rebecca nails it in her guest post, Colour Theory 101: Value and Low Volume, at Elven Garden

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SewMcCool_QuarterInchSeams

Perfecting the quarter inch seam allowance is an essential skill for quilters who piece. If you have not yet reached what Deanna of SewMcCool refers to as “quarter inch seam Nirvana”, don’t panic. Go to her blog post, Sewing a

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UmbrellaPrints_FatCatBackpack

Anne of Peacock Hill shows some cat love with this make, a quilted backpack. It’s her entry in the Umbrella Prints Trimmings Challenge. Visit Anne’s blog to see more fabulous photos of her fab Fat Cat Backpack. The …

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Set Sails Quilt Tutorial Molly Flanders

Mary of Mollie Flanders Makerie wants her readers to know about liberated quilting, an approach to piecing first popularized by Gwen Marston. With this in mind, she created a summer quilt, part of it shown here. The sails are brightly …

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Mod Circuitry quilt Elizabeth Dackson

Patchwork praise for “Mod Circuitry” designed by Elizabeth Dackson. Her color choices – brilliant. Visit her Tutorials page to download the free pattern.

Image credit: Don’t Call Me Betsy

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3 Spring free quilt pattern

This quilt showcases the fabric collection Blueprint Basics designed by Valori Wells for Robert Kaufman. Follow this link to download the free pattern, “Spring”.

Image credit: Robert Kaufman

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Fandom in Stitches Down the Rabbit Hole

This is Mother Bird by Michelle Thompson – one of two new quilt block patterns she created depicting characters from Alice in Wonderland. Visit Fandom In Stitches to download Mother Bird.

Image credit: Fandom In Stitches

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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!

Image credit: Snippets of a Quilter

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Scrappy Quilt As You Go Table Runner

This table runner designed by Teri Stillwell is the perfect project to learn the Quilt-As-You-Go technique. It’s a small size (16″ x 42″) with large impact. Follow this link, Scrappy Quilt-As-You-Go Table Runner to get the free download.

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Disappering pinwheel block in a churn dash

We’ve all heard of the disappearing nine patch, but this Quilt Hollow blogger nestled her pinwheels inside a Churn Dash to get these great looking blocks. Read her Disappearing Pinwheel Block post to get the full story.

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