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May 25, 2019
We *heart* Curves! A Quilting How-To from Fabrics 'n Flowers

It’s no secret that orange peel is my favorite quilt shape. Playing around with ways to arrange these blocks and

The post We *heart* Curves! A Quilting How-To appeared first on Color Girl Quilts by Sharon McConnell.

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Stitch I Will! from Life in the Scrapatch


I am ready ... so stitch I will. 

There is a new Stitch Along coming in June to the happy cross stitch along group


All you really need is the 




You could use whatever cross stitch cloth and floss you have or prefer.

At the FQS, Kimberly Jolly always encourages her listeners to
" Just To Do You"
to find what works for you and makes you happy.

After much thought about how I wanted to do this pattern and
considering whether I could make the sewing machine look like my ...

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Engineered Wooden Flooring Gives Superior Outcomes Over Linoleum, Laminates, and Even Exhausting Wooden from Baby Geniuses Fabric Collections

Wood flooring have returned to reputation with a vengeance. 100 years in the past, hardwood flooring have been, for essentially the most half, the one ground sort obtainable to the general public. Tile flooring or pure stone was reserved just for the financially elite, massive firms, or authorities buildings as a result of value. As time wore on, different flooring was developed and slowly started to decrease the frequency of conventional wooden flooring Engineered ash wood flooring.

There was a revolution all through the 1950s via the 1970s, a linoleum revolution. Linoleum was wonderful. Straightforward cleanup from virtually any mess ...

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Engineered Wooden Flooring Gives Superior Outcomes Over Linoleum, Laminates, and Even Exhausting Wooden from Baby Geniuses Fabric Collections

Wood flooring have returned to reputation with a vengeance. 100 years in the past, hardwood flooring have been, for essentially the most half, the one ground sort obtainable to the general public. Tile flooring or pure stone was reserved just for the financially elite, massive firms, or authorities buildings as a result of value. As time wore on, different flooring was developed and slowly started to decrease the frequency of conventional wooden flooring Engineered ash wood flooring.

There was a revolution all through the 1950s via the 1970s, a linoleum revolution. Linoleum was wonderful. Straightforward cleanup from virtually any mess ...

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Block lotto quilt from Ellyn's Place

A couple months ago, I won a big stack of block lotto blocks at the McKinney Modern Quilt Guild! The blocks were navy and white rectangles. At first I wasn't quite sure what to do with them. Then, at a sew day with friends, they helped me shape them into bigger square blocks! Here are five of those big blocks, each one containing 8 small rectangle blocks....
I played with them on my design wall at home for quite a while before I came up with the final layout. Putting them on point and adding coral "kisses" triangles was ...

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A Tribute to Bob from Patchwork Times by Judy Laquidara

Today our town lost a very dear man. He’s been a Brownwood resident forever . . probably almost all his life. I know he and his wife lived other places during their younger years but, for the most part, Brownwood has been their home for their entire lives. Bob’s family had the main grocery store...

The post A Tribute to Bob appeared first on Patchwork Times by Judy Laquidara.

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Clamshell 3 from Virtual Quilter

Not quite the traditional style of Clamshell designs, but some interesting borders!

Includes some lines which would make great quilting designs.

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The Want for Worldwide Freight Providers from Baby Geniuses Fabric Collections

While you resolve to take what you are promoting a step forward of your trade rivals, it by some means turns into important to span different international locations other than your individual nation. However, well timed and safe supply of products usually seems to be a serious concern relating to transport of products to a brand new place. This concern can, nonetheless, be utterly eradicated by lowering transportation prices and points. You have got a large number of firms on the market to select from, offering wonderful abroad transport providers international haulage cost.

With famend worldwide freight firms, you get ...

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The Want for Worldwide Freight Providers from Baby Geniuses Fabric Collections

While you resolve to take what you are promoting a step forward of your trade rivals, it by some means turns into important to span different international locations other than your individual nation. However, well timed and safe supply of products usually seems to be a serious concern relating to transport of products to a brand new place. This concern can, nonetheless, be utterly eradicated by lowering transportation prices and points. You have got a large number of firms on the market to select from, offering wonderful abroad transport providers international haulage cost.

With famend worldwide freight firms, you get ...

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May 24, 2019
Keeping Calm & Weaving On...Not EasyPeasy from CollectInTexas Gal

 I am always trying to keep my Facebook Banners updated with whatever world of Fiber Art in which I am immersed or overdoing.  Currently, I am immersed, involved, caught up, occupied, engaged and engrossed (thanks synonym AtoZ Challenge) in pattern weaving.  As usual with something new to me, the OverDoSue is creeping in with the need to search and sort through pattern books and so far just about every 4 Shaft 6 Treadle Pattern Draft on Pinterest.  OMG there are so many!

In the effort to make said banners interesting and eye catching...I'm getting a chance to highlight ...

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Coming Soon: Woodland Wander Quilt Along! from The Cloth Parcel

Who’s ready for a summertime Quilt Along?  We thought it would be the perfect time to make a Woodland Wander Quilt!  This is our most popular quilt pattern of all time, and we have just added an extra option to the pattern to use a solid color background, as seen here.  It really is a […]

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Community {Part II} from Factotum of Arts

Part II of my community posts is about how you can foster your community with your own group activity, in this case a traveling quilt.  This past year, I had the amazing pleasure to work with Melanie, Valerie, Melissa, Jen, and Sarah in a traveling quilt group. I knew all these wonderful working mum’s before we formed this group and knew that we had similarities and an interest in modern quilting. I think its important to work with a group of people you know and so things like style, fabric choice and techniques are important.

Traveling Quilt Concept

How ...

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Glacier Quilts - Kalispell, Montana from My Quilty World

As we were driving back from Whitefish, Mister and I were commenting on the various stores along the way.  One of the ones I spot is Glacier Quilts and he turns right in.  Woohoo, one more shop to explore today. This shop is nestled in a huge shopping area of Kalispell, MT.  It's a great size and the first thing Mister spots is someone quilting on a longarm in the back.  He calls me back there

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Mini Easter Blessings by Bunny from Esther's Blog

Mini Easter Blessings by Bunny of Canada
This sweet mini quilt was an Easter project from a few years ago. Once day I'll include it as part of a seasonal project set but it isn't available as a pattern right now - mostly because I haven't completed mine. That's right; although I have many grand plans and schemes, most of them haven't eventuated yet because of my epic WIP pile! Once I get all my Easter Projects made and photographed, I'll release them, but for now I browse the beauties other people have managed to ...

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Cotton Cuts Project Progress from Adventurous Quilter


The Believe Unicorn block pattern by Unicornharts was a free download with this months Cotton Cuts fabric subscription box!


So I pulled all these fun fabrics from the current and previous Cotton Cuts boxes I've received this year and they combined perfectly to make this fabulous block.

Next week I'll make it a wall quilt so pop back to see the finish!

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Whitefish Quilts and Gifts - Whitefish, Montana from My Quilty World

Mister and I have run away for the day to explore the area and stretch our legs a bit.  About an hour from my mom's is Whitefish and I have located the cutest shop right downtown.  They are small, but really pack in the merchandise.  Owner, Teresa Wood, is available for a visit and some great insight on the building history of the shop.  With such a limited space, classes are not available, but I

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While I work... from Pieced Brain

I am finishing a secret project using Riley Blake Designs Christmas fabrics. The binding is taking hours to complete and I am doing so while listening to music. The binding phase of any project is, to me, like approaching the finish line on a race. Not because I have been racing to finish it (although it does happen sometimes), but because the quilt is practically done and it will be time to celebrate another finish. Next, usually, is the label or sometimes the hanging sleeve as it will be the case with this one.

This is how I bind - the ...

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Cat Protecting Yarn from Patchwork Times by Judy Laquidara

The other night when we were scurrying to get in position for a possible tornado, I walked through Addie’s little homework room where I have my yarn projects and the cat was there with her paw through one of my project bags. We all had our purses and our grab & go bags and it...

The post Cat Protecting Yarn appeared first on Patchwork Times by Judy Laquidara.

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Landon and Tori's quilt from Wont to be Quilter

Hi friends!
Landon and Tori's quilt. I had to add on to one end to get it long enough. I think mostly because I turned it the wrong way, The backing!
Then I turned it over and starched and Ironed it. Put it next to my quilting machine to quilt next week. 

Then I sandwiched the wheelchair quilt , this will be my second one and I have the top made for the 3th one.
Got to start on a quilt of valor soon and I have a donated top to quilt for our vets to.
We plan on making ...

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Landon and Tori's quilt from wont-to-be quilter

Hi friends!
Landon and Tori's quilt. I had to add on to one end to get it long enough. I think mostly because I turned it the wrong way, The backing!
Then I turned it over and starched and Ironed it. Put it next to my quilting machine to quilt next week. 

Then I sandwiched the wheelchair quilt , this will be my second one and I have the top made for the 3th one.
Got to start on a quilt of valor soon and I have a donated top to quilt for our vets to.
We plan on making ...

read more
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