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What Kind of Quilter Are You? Part 3: Sticking to Our Roots

Though many of today’s traditional quilters are pushing the boundaries and using new, unusual techniques to make their work with, most hold tight to the basic tenants of quilt making. On the other hand, a lot of art quilters, or those of us who make quilts as art, are constantly pushing the boundaries as to…

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Quilted Jewelry Part 1: From Scraps to Gem Stones

Do you stifle the urge to part with lovely leftover fabrics, but unsure of how to use them? Many of us save cut-offs and tid-bits, tossing them into containers to be consumed on a rainy day. Or, perhaps you clip leftover fabrics into strips which seldom see the light of day. Or maybe just collect…

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Pattern Freebies: GO! Sewing Machine Organizing Mat Pattern

If you’ve ever fantasized about having all your necessary notions right where you need them, right when you need them, you’re going to love the GO! Sewing Machine Organizing Mat. Featuring three roomy pockets perfectly sized for stowing scissors, templates, measuring tapes, and more, this handy organizer makes sure everything you need for a stress-free…

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Pattern Freebies: GO! Starstruck Throw Pattern

While most people think that artwork involves paper, paint, or chalk, quilters are quite certain that fabric should be included in the list of media. After all, fabric allows one just as much creative expression as other more traditional forms of art. In fact, for centuries, quilting was one of the few forms of artwork…

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Chain Reaction Quilt Patterns

June Dudley talks about Lee Heinrich’s piece “Chain Reaction” from Quiltmakers Magazine in March 2012. She also covers different versions of this piece made by Bonnie Stapleton, Melissa Radtke, and Donna Hanley. You can learn how to make this piece with the new sizes from precut 2 ½ inch strips.

Modern Quilts 4-Pattern Set

4-Pattern Set: Modern Quilts Collection Solid colors, fun designs and optical illusions come together in this four-pattern bundle from National Quilters Circle. These beginner to intermediate level patters are made using traditional piecing and the use of templates, however no special seams are required. Upon your purchase, the 4 patterns described below will be immediately…

Giraffe Pattern

Pattern: Giraffe The Giraffe Family of Three is a modern minimalist design with an African theme and features a family of three giraffes made using traditional piecing methods. No templates. No paper piecing. Only simple straight line sewing and diagonal seams. Easy to follow instructions are provided for every step of the way! The quilt…

Mermaid Pattern

Pattern: Mermaid Mermaid mini quilt finishes at 25″ x 20″ and, with 6 mermaid blocks, the lap quilt finishes at 52″ x 62″. The Mermaids can be made with Short Hair or Long Hair and includes: Complete materials and fabric requirements lists Fabric cutting instructions Full color diagrams Sewing directions Layout and assembly guide This…

:)Wobble Pattern

A quilt with movement in many directions. The large centers going diagonally down, the small squares moving diagonally up and the partial frames making a right angle. Cut the 8 ½” centers from fat quarters, quarter yards, precuts or fabrics from your collection. The framed squares are easy to build with strip sets. The fun…

Foundation Paper Piecing Class + DVD & FREE Book

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