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The Fat Quarter Shop
wants to introduce you to the
2015 Snapshots Quilt Along
which will benefit
St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
The Quilt Along has 12 traditionally pieced picturesque
(novelty) blocks that capture and celebrate
moments of happiness in our lives.
The FQS will release the first block pattern
on January 15, 2015, when the
Snapshots Quilt Along officially starts.
On the15th of each month the next pattern
will be released for the rest of 2015.
All the FQS asks from the participants is
to donate to St. Jude every time
you download the patterns.
Fat Quarter Shop ...
This quilt top is made using 3 charm packs (2 print and 1 background). For the quilting, I did the fast and fun loopy meander in Aurifil 50wt. 2021, but my favorite thing about this quilt might just be the binding :)
I hope you enjoy the tutorial and thanks for stopping by,
You may remember my post from February that was titled scrappy nine patch. I started sewing mini charms together, not quite sure where it was going to take me. I am now finished and thought I would show you the results.
I am using assorted charm packs and have cut them in quarters OR using mini charms. Chain piecing in sets of 3 so it will be easy to join them all together.
The next decision will be how to put my 9-patches together. Fun ... read more
Yes, that's right.. it's been a whole year already.. funnily enough it feels like a lot longer!
As promised, I'm throwing another giveaway to celebrate 1 year and 100 followers. If you're looking for my Quilting Gallery Blog Hop giveaway for an Aurifil Thread Card, check this post!
Today I have the pleasure of offering up a PDF pattern from one of my FAVOURITE fabric and pattern designers, Camille Roskelley! But which one? Well, that's up to you!
Camille has some of the most adorable patterns, like...
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Let me tell you a little about my experience.
I attended market thanks to Camille Roskelley. I helped a bit with her and her mom's booths. I'm sure you've seen their Cotton Way and Thimble Blossoms patterns (Swoon, anyone??). They also design Bonnie and Camille fabric together for Moda. I've loved their fabric designs for quite some time and discovered Camille's Simplify blog through the Artful Blogging magazine a couple ... read more