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My 10 Favorite Things About the 2015 International Quilt Market

I always get so excited when I know a quilt show is approaching. Imagine my excitement when I learned this year’s spring International Quilt Market was taking place in my home state of Minnesota! Needless to say, I was thrilled to find myself in Minneapolis last weekend, attending one of the biggest (and in my…

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National Quilters Circle Blogger Awards: And the Winners are…

Roll out the red carpet and drum roll, please… National Quilters Circle is proud to announce the winners of its first ever Blogger Awards! With an impressive array of nominees and over 5,000 votes submitted, we are thrilled to be able to now share the winners and runners-up of each category! For the past month,…

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How to Make a Rag Quilt

Rag quilts made from flannel fabric are a great way to add texture to your next quilting project. Ashley Hough shows you step by step how to make a rag quilt. Tips for Making Rag Quilts The first step in learning how to make a rag quilt is knowing what supplies you will need and…

Stuft Nappers

Pattern Get the little ones to nap with these comfy pillow stuffed nap sacks. Pattern contains two different designs: the Hugs & Kisses and the Zig-Zag. Finished size: 26” x 60” and uses (3) Queen size pillows for one napper. This pattern is a downloadable and printable digital PDF.

How to Make a Dog Bed Using Fabric Scraps

Whether you are new to quilting or you’ve been doing it for years, you’ve probably already started accumulating fabric scraps. While many of the larger scraps can be used in future quilting projects, some might be either too small or just not a fabric you want to use again. Kelly Hanson shows you how to…

Jelly Roll Rug

A jelly roll rug is a fun and easy project to make from 2 ½” pre-cut quilting fabric strips, known as jelly rolls. Ashley Hough shows you how in this jelly roll rug tutorial. Supplies and Preparation Ashley begins by going over the supplies needed to make a jelly roll rug, which include fabric, batting…

Geese on the Loose Pattern

Pattern: Geese on the Loose This is a prize-winning design – a fantastic show piece! Foundation piecing included. Machine or hand applique’ bias bars, or feel free to use optional fusible bars. This pattern is delivered as a 8-page Downloadable PDF, which you can view and/or print. Quilt size: 52″ x 52″. Block size: 7″.

Using Teabag Paper in Quilts for a Rustic Look

When it comes to creating an art quilt, whether you are adding embroidery or other embellishments, painting on a quilt or quilting with old blankets or other fun fabric alternatives- anything goes! Heather Thomas shows you a fun way to incorporate teabag paper, along with fabric, into your next quilt. Teabags used in Quilting Teabags…

Announcing the 2015 National Quilters Circle Blogger Awards

Big news, quilters! National Quilters Circle is pleased to announce the first ever Blogger Awards! What are Blogger Awards, you ask? It’s a fun new online competition where you get to determine this year’s best quilting blogs. We love reading what’s new and exciting in the quilting community by checking out all the latest blogs,…

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Designed by the Experts; Created by the Inspired DVD

DVD: Designed by the Experts; Created by the Inspired 53 minutes. Chapter Topics: Tool Center: New Display Options Every Quilt Has Two Sides Trying Something New: Quick and Easy Rag Tag Quilt Finishing Touches: Edge Your Quilt with Cording & Satin Stitch