Quilting Patterns, patchworks and projects 2014-09-21T02:38:00Z http://quilting.craftgossip.com/feed/atom/ WordPress Scarlett Burroughs http://quilting.craftgossip.com <![CDATA[Tutorial: Wildwood crib quilt]]> http://quilting.craftgossip.com/?p=23548 2014-09-21T02:38:00Z 2014-09-21T02:37:05Z tutorial baby quilt Wildwood Challenge

Made from the Wildwood fabric collection by Cloud 9 Fabrics, this pretty in pinks and blues quilt is the work of Kirsty at Bonjour Quilts. Of the project she explains,

The pattern only requires simple patchwork sewing, using colour gradation to create all the

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tutorial baby quilt Wildwood Challenge

Made from the Wildwood fabric collection by Cloud 9 Fabrics, this pretty in pinks and blues quilt is the work of Kirsty at Bonjour Quilts. Of the project she explains,

The pattern only requires simple patchwork sewing, using colour gradation to create all the interest.

This would come together quickly for a gift quilt. Get the tutorial: Wildwood Challenge: Crib Quilt}

{Image credit: Wildwood Challenge: Crib Quilt}

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Kym Terranova <![CDATA[10 Fall Quilt Tutorials]]> http://quilting.craftgossip.com/?p=23523 2014-09-17T04:15:30Z 2014-09-17T17:55:23Z 10 fall quilt tutorials

 

Fall officially starts in a few short days – if you’re not ready to say goodbye to summer, one of these ten fall quilt projects will quickly put you in the spirit! Each of these tutorials will help you … Read More ...

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10 fall quilt tutorials

 

Fall officially starts in a few short days – if you’re not ready to say goodbye to summer, one of these ten fall quilt projects will quickly put you in the spirit! Each of these tutorials will help you create some warm and cozy decor, including blankets (obviously), a table runner, a centerpiece, and even a Thanksgiving Tree.  If you’ve never quilted before, don’t worry!  We’ve also included a beginner quilt in this roundup to get you started.  So pour yourself a pumpkin spice latte and settle in to craft mode.  You’ll have a new fall quilt in no time.

 

 

fall pillow

Scrap Buster Fall Pillow – Cluck Cluck Sew

 

 

large-hexagon-quilt-tutorial

Large Hexagon Quilt – The Polka Dot Chair

 

 

table runner wpumpkin

Pumpkin Table Runner- Green Fairy Quilts

 

 

fall quilt tutorial

Disappearing Nine Patch – The English Geek

 

 

fall tree

Thanksgiving Tree – Free Quilting

 

 

fall runner

Charm leaf runner – Anjeanette Klinder

 

 

fall lap quilt

Awesome Lap Quilt – Moda Bake shop

 

 

candycorn

Candy Corn Centerpiece – Freemotion by the River

 

 

 

 

beginner fall quilt

Simple Quilt Pattern - Elizabeth Chandler Design

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Scarlett Burroughs http://quilting.craftgossip.com <![CDATA[DIY: Euro pillows headboard]]> http://quilting.craftgossip.com/?p=23538 2014-09-17T17:13:26Z 2014-09-17T17:12:33Z DIY Headboard I made this temporary headboard from a *cutter quilt top and two European-style 26″ x 26″ pillows. If you live in the United States, you can find these reasonably priced at HomeGoods, that’s where I bought mine. *Quilters use this term to describe … Read More ...

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DIY Headboard I made this temporary headboard from a *cutter quilt top and two European-style 26″ x 26″ pillows. If you live in the United States, you can find these reasonably priced at HomeGoods, that’s where I bought mine. *Quilters use this term to describe a quilt top that is not fit to finish, but still good to cut up to make into other home decor items. {image uploaded by editor}

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Scarlett Burroughs http://quilting.craftgossip.com <![CDATA[Pretty Liberty of London top]]> http://quilting.craftgossip.com/?p=23520 2014-09-16T02:15:01Z 2014-09-16T02:15:01Z Liberty Patchwork Top

If you are a Liberty of London fabric collector, I’m sure you keep all your scraps after wrapping up a project. Vicky of Mad for Fabric made good use of some of hers with this adorable patchwork top. She says her … Read More ...

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Liberty Patchwork Top

If you are a Liberty of London fabric collector, I’m sure you keep all your scraps after wrapping up a project. Vicky of Mad for Fabric made good use of some of hers with this adorable patchwork top. She says her secret for making scraps look good together as a garment, is to use either an analogous or complimentary color scheme. Whatever you choose, you’ll be wearing a unique creation you are sure to love.

Learn more: Visit DIY Liberty London Patchwork Top

{image credit: Mad for Fabric}

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Scarlett Burroughs http://quilting.craftgossip.com <![CDATA[Rotary cutter blades a rip off?]]> http://quilting.craftgossip.com/?p=23514 2014-09-16T01:41:28Z 2014-09-16T00:59:01Z Rotary Cutter Blades After buying this carpet cutter at my local Harbor Freight, I feel like Lee in that Swiffer commercial who exclaimed, “I’ve been living in a fool’s paradise.” Notice the product description says, “Ideal for Cutting Carpets or Quilts“. Right now, if you visit Jo-Ann Fabrics online, … Read More ...

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Rotary Cutter Blades After buying this carpet cutter at my local Harbor Freight, I feel like Lee in that Swiffer commercial who exclaimed, “I’ve been living in a fool’s paradise.” Notice the product description says, “Ideal for Cutting Carpets or Quilts“. Right now, if you visit Jo-Ann Fabrics online, they are selling 1 blade for $17.99.  Yes, it’s the top brand, an Olfa, but is the ‘better quality’ enough to justify the difference in price? I plan to find out. I’ll use these in my next project and let you know. If you have already used a carpet cutter to cut fabric, do share your thoughts with us. {Image uploaded by editor}

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Scarlett Burroughs http://quilting.craftgossip.com <![CDATA[Tutorial: Quilted mini tote]]> http://quilting.craftgossip.com/?p=23506 2014-09-08T12:10:05Z 2014-09-08T12:05:46Z Leaf mini tote Susie of  Susie’s Sunroom made a quilted basket that would be the perfect size to catch all the bits of thread that happen as you sew. It’s also a brilliant way to show off embellishments, like this pretty pink leaf. … Read More ...

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Leaf mini tote Susie of  Susie’s Sunroom made a quilted basket that would be the perfect size to catch all the bits of thread that happen as you sew. It’s also a brilliant way to show off embellishments, like this pretty pink leaf. But there’s more. On the other long side, is an origami butterfly. She shares on her blog a tutorial for how to make the mini tote/basket. Follow the link: Leaf ‘n Linen Mini Basket Tutorial [Image credit: Susie's Sunroom]

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Scarlett Burroughs http://quilting.craftgossip.com <![CDATA[Tutorial: Spooky Halloween Quilt]]> http://quilting.craftgossip.com/?p=23492 2014-09-06T11:44:29Z 2014-09-06T11:34:53Z Witch Hazel Halloween Quilt with CatThis cat has me under its spell. It’s part of a Halloween quilt made by Amanda of Jedi Craft Girl. She did a guest post at Riley Blake Designs’ Cutting Corners blog where she shares how she made it. Done to showcase the Witch Hazel fabric line, she … Read More ...

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Witch Hazel Halloween Quilt with CatThis cat has me under its spell. It’s part of a Halloween quilt made by Amanda of Jedi Craft Girl. She did a guest post at Riley Blake Designs’ Cutting Corners blog where she shares how she made it. Done to showcase the Witch Hazel fabric line, she does it justice with pompom trim and scalloped edges. Follow the link and get started: Spooky Quilt Tutorial See a list of online retailers who carry Riley Blake Designs. [image credit: Riley Blake Designs blog]

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Scarlett Burroughs http://quilting.craftgossip.com <![CDATA[Clever use of Halloween panels for quilt]]> http://quilting.craftgossip.com/?p=23484 2014-09-05T11:54:04Z 2014-09-05T11:51:36Z Clever use of Halloween Panels for QuiltMake an interesting seasonal quilt. Riel of The Q and the U did (top in progress) by fussy cutting 6 Halloween fabric panels, then sewing them together in a Kaleidoscope design. Also called a One Block Wonder, if you are not familiar with this technique, … Read More ...

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Clever use of Halloween Panels for QuiltMake an interesting seasonal quilt. Riel of The Q and the U did (top in progress) by fussy cutting 6 Halloween fabric panels, then sewing them together in a Kaleidoscope design. Also called a One Block Wonder, if you are not familiar with this technique, check out Kay Sawyer’s Pinterest board, One Block Wonder Tutorials. Click the links to learn more: Halloween One Block Wonder with a Twist and her progress report. [image credit: The Q and the U]

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Scarlett Burroughs http://quilting.craftgossip.com <![CDATA[Kickoff: Boos and Ghouls Quilt Along]]> http://quilting.craftgossip.com/?p=23468 2014-09-05T10:27:40Z 2014-09-04T03:38:18Z Boos and Ghouls QAL Get your spirits soaring this Halloween with mini quilts to adorn your walls. Designed by Becca of Bryan House Quilts, she invites her readers to join her ‘Boos and Ghouls Quilt Along’. Every week, starting September 8th, she’ll share instructions – first on cutting out your fabric, … Read More ...

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Boos and Ghouls QAL Get your spirits soaring this Halloween with mini quilts to adorn your walls. Designed by Becca of Bryan House Quilts, she invites her readers to join her ‘Boos and Ghouls Quilt Along’. Every week, starting September 8th, she’ll share instructions – first on cutting out your fabric, then piecing followed by binding. Visit her introduction post for the schedule. [image credit: Bryan House Quilts]

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Scarlett Burroughs http://quilting.craftgossip.com <![CDATA[Tutorial: Lovebirds Pillow 1 of 4]]> http://quilting.craftgossip.com/?p=23460 2014-09-03T12:06:20Z 2014-09-03T11:58:51Z Bird Pillow This is 1 of 4 pillows Debbie of Wow I Like That made from a single fat quarter and thrift store sheet. She machine appliqued and embroidered a sweet bird scene in the center square, oh la la. The border, in blue, is straight line quilted. Turn it over … Read More ...

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Bird Pillow This is 1 of 4 pillows Debbie of Wow I Like That made from a single fat quarter and thrift store sheet. She machine appliqued and embroidered a sweet bird scene in the center square, oh la la. The border, in blue, is straight line quilted. Turn it over and you’ll see a pieced back, which is a great use of the smaller cuts of the sheet. I do love a thrifty sewer, and a generous one. She takes you step-by-step how she did it, including where she got the Lovebird pattern. Get Pillow #1 Tutorial: http://www.wowilikethat.com/can-thrifted-sheet-1-fat-quarter-make/ [image credit: Wow I Like That]

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Scarlett Burroughs http://quilting.craftgossip.com <![CDATA[Patchwork Threads for cool clothing]]> http://quilting.craftgossip.com/?p=23449 2014-08-31T13:33:24Z 2014-08-31T13:20:41Z BabyOnsieFutureQuilterBoysTshirtSailboatHalfSquareTrianglesGirlsTshirtPatchworkHeartinPastelsI found these quilt-themed graphic garments under the Kids section of Patchwork Threads. My thanks goes to Chris of The Tattooed Quilter for introducing me to this online shop through his interview with Lindsey – who along with her husband – founded it. … Read More ...

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BabyOnsieFutureQuilterBoysTshirtSailboatHalfSquareTrianglesGirlsTshirtPatchworkHeartinPastelsI found these quilt-themed graphic garments under the Kids section of Patchwork Threads. My thanks goes to Chris of The Tattooed Quilter for introducing me to this online shop through his interview with Lindsey – who along with her husband – founded it. Chris engages his readers by prompting them to enter “t-shirts for quilters” in a Google search and see what images come up. Well, I did it, and I can tell you what comes up; tons of T-shirt quilts that commemorate the likes of high school and college. Sweet, but not particularly cool. Conversely, Patchwork Threads is cool. Click the link to read the interview: Emailing with the Tattooed Quilter [image credit: Patchwork Threads]

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Scarlett Burroughs http://quilting.craftgossip.com <![CDATA[Tutorial: String quilt block]]> http://quilting.craftgossip.com/?p=23214 2014-08-30T12:35:00Z 2014-08-30T12:32:30Z StripStringQuiltBlock This is the start of a quilt says Leena of Creative Instincts. The singular block started as an 8 inch square piece of paper pencil-marked on the diagonal in varying widths. Next, she cut yardage in narrow strips and began sewing them down, one after … Read More ...

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StripStringQuiltBlock This is the start of a quilt says Leena of Creative Instincts. The singular block started as an 8 inch square piece of paper pencil-marked on the diagonal in varying widths. Next, she cut yardage in narrow strips and began sewing them down, one after another. She admits her inspiration came from a quilt made by Carole Collins. She takes you step-by-step how to make the block. Follow the link to learn more: Tuesday tutorial: Strip block [image credit: Creative Instincts]

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Scarlett Burroughs http://quilting.craftgossip.com <![CDATA[Tute: Tot’s Triangle Tote]]> http://quilting.craftgossip.com/?p=23431 2014-08-29T03:15:39Z 2014-08-29T03:15:15Z Tot's Triangle Tote Free tutorial

Fill this cute tote with things to keep the little ones busy and your next outing will be a cinch. The bottom is made of pieced triangles sewn into rows. The handles sit between this and the top band. All of it … Read More ...

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Tot's Triangle Tote Free tutorial

Fill this cute tote with things to keep the little ones busy and your next outing will be a cinch. The bottom is made of pieced triangles sewn into rows. The handles sit between this and the top band. All of it is quilted for stability. This project features fabric from the Playground collection by Camelot Design Studio.

Click the link to go to the free project: Tot’s Triangle Tote

[image credit: Camelot Fabrics]

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Scarlett Burroughs http://quilting.craftgossip.com <![CDATA[Quilts described as modern]]> http://quilting.craftgossip.com/?p=23424 2014-09-08T11:07:25Z 2014-08-28T12:08:07Z Modern Quilt using line Barbara Brackman I’m taking issue with the use of the word ‘modern’ in today’s quilting world. I’m not alone. Mrs. Sew McCool recently wrote Four Reasons to Banish “Modern” from Sewing Vocabulary. If you only have time to read one blog post today, this … Read More ...

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Modern Quilt using line Barbara Brackman I’m taking issue with the use of the word ‘modern’ in today’s quilting world. I’m not alone. Mrs. Sew McCool recently wrote Four Reasons to Banish “Modern” from Sewing Vocabulary. If you only have time to read one blog post today, this one is it.

If you want to see some examples of 20th century quilts that look like they could be made today, you owe it to yourself to visit Historically Modern. A site curated by quilt historian, Barbara Brackman, she devotes an entire blog to this type of quilt.

Click the link: Line for Line’s Sake: Vintage Quilts

[image credit: Historically Modern]

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Scarlett Burroughs http://quilting.craftgossip.com <![CDATA[Churn Dash Stitch Along]]> http://quilting.craftgossip.com/?p=23412 2014-08-25T01:16:16Z 2014-08-25T01:15:58Z Elefantz_ShabbyChicChurnDashQAL

Jenny, of Elefantz, offers us a sweet activity to mark the end of summer with her “12 Week Shabby Roses Churn Dash Stitch Along”. You’ll start by embroidering a design (each one unique) on a solid ground. This will become the center of a Churn … Read More ...

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Elefantz_ShabbyChicChurnDashQAL

Jenny, of Elefantz, offers us a sweet activity to mark the end of summer with her “12 Week Shabby Roses Churn Dash Stitch Along”. You’ll start by embroidering a design (each one unique) on a solid ground. This will become the center of a Churn Dash quilt block.  “Peace” is stitchery week one.

Click here to learn more: The 12 week Shabby Roses Churn Dash invitation!

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