Sochi Olympics inspired table runner

Becky of Patchwork Posse couldn’t help but notice a patchwork theme at the Sochi 2014 Olympics; check out the torch carrier, official mascots packaging and the web store banner. All this inspired her to create this colorful quilted …

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fire quilt savedThere are two heroes in this story. The husband who grabbed he and his wife’s wedding quilt on the way out the door of their burning house and Jackie, a friend who restored the quilt. It survived the flames fine, …

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hands and hearts quilt for Lori

Quilts have aesthetic value certainly, but my favorite quilts are the ones made and given for a special reason. Lori’s (Humble Quilts) sweet quilting friends made her this traditional hands and hearts quilt during a rough patch in …

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good home photos quilts MariaElkins

Quilts are notoriously difficult to photograph, yet  we quilters understand we should at least document the quilts we make. Maria Elkins thinks anyone can learn to take just good enough photos right at home. Go HERE to learn more.…

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Memorial Quilt for Fallen Soldier

These are the sewing projects you never forget. Rachael of Rachael Rabbit made this quilt incorporating some pieces from a fallen soldier’s uniform. The doll is for his little girl. Read more about it and see more great photos of …

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fave prayer flag sunshineVivika’s Prayer Flag Project has taken on a new meaning after a recent diagnosis of breast cancer. Read more about it at Generation Q Magazine’s Facebook page or here.

‘You are My Sunshine’ reminds me so much of my …

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Stitched in Color exercise

Rachel Hauser of Stitched in Color works through a range of emotions after attending QuiltCon. This led her to share with her readers an exercise in defining one’s quilting style. She’s standing in front of one of two of her …

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Quilt Dad is backQuilting superstar John of Quilt Dad rejoined the blogosphere today after a short absence. I’ve missed his witty writing, so want to join others in welcoming him back to the fold. Go HERE to catch up.…

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Giveaway and burnoutAngela of Quilting Is My Therapy shares her thoughts on burnout as part of her Business of Quilting series. She offers four steps she says helps her move through it. In addition to the great tips, she is giving away …

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Don’t miss this. Wendy of Musings of an Artist’s Wife shows on her blog a photo of a painting by George Rodrigue who depicts quilters gathered to stitch outside under oak trees. Be sure and enlarge it to get a …

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The 2013 Quilter’s Shirtless Man & Spicy Burrito calendar is out and I cannot wait to get my hands on one – the calendar not the man! No joke, these guys on the cover are hot! We owe a big …

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On a visit to Pinterest this morning, it wasn’t long before I found something to Pin, screenshot of my Pin, shown. Here’s what happened. I Pinned this Leaf Art project onto my DIY Crafts and Sewing board, (visit me

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Kathryn Clark finished this commission quilt, Cleveland Foreclosure, and sent it to its new home in Denver, Colorado. Soon after, she said she ran across an article in Remodelista where the author talked about her series of quilts based …

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Such is the case with Kheli at Remember your Karma who talks about the impending loss of her beloved MIL. Both women are quilters. Go HERE to read her touching post.

Image credit: Remember your Karma

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Just wow. Melody Johnson at Fibermania made the commemorative quilt, Eternal Horizons, that inspired Don Freund to write a musical score. You can hear the music, Quilt Horizon, and see closeups of her beautiful quilt on her blog. …

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