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September 26, 2017
featherweight tote from Making A Lather

My Friend had designed a featherweight mate pattern for a carrier and table protector for the featherweight. She has a pattern on craftsy. I made one a bit ago, and it is getting worn out ( or I was just tired of it), so it was time to make another one. I wanted it to be a little brighter but still look good with the black of my featherweight.


It is so easy to put a sewing machine in and out of a case with it in the carrier. It has handles and when it is opened on the table, it ...

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September 20, 2017
churndash from Making A Lather

I had these started a few years ago and thought it would make a nice leader/ender project while I am finishing a few tedious parts of projects. I had nearly 30 blocks already made in the 6 inch size, and 20 un the 3 inch size. The little ones are so much fun and really bring out the smiles, but it will take a gazillion to make a quilt.


I have 30 more sets cut and pinned together.
And these are deep stash scraps.


The sets I cut with just 3 inch squares. The pattern calls for 2 7 ...

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September 4, 2017
Arbor Blossom Blog Hop - Churn Dash Babyquilt from Quiltmanufaktur


Zu meiner großen Freude startet heute der Arbor Blossom Blog Hop mit den wunderschönen Stoffen von Nadra Ridgeway mit meinem Churn Dash Babyquilt!

Die Idee, einen Blog Hop für die neue Kollektion Arbor Blossom von Nadra Ridgeway zu machen, war schon früh von uns 6 Köpfen geplant! Leider hatte Riley Blake zur offiziellen Einführung der Kollektion lediglich eine amerikanische Blog Tour organisiert - viel zu schade, denn im deutschsprachigen Raum gibt es schon unzählige Fans von Nadras Stoffkollektionen!

Dorthe, Katharina, ich, Verena und Nadra - Gesine fehlt leider!

Als wir uns dann neulich bei Nadra trafen, gab sie jedem von uns je ...

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August 10, 2017
CAMERA + QUILT + GARDEN = BEAUTY from Kwilty Pleasures

I love a beautiful garden - Franklin Park Conservatory
My Churning by the Sea quilt I made at the beach in January
(first two photos)
and my Cannon Point and Shoot Camera


They say a picture is worth a thousand words....
ENJOY THE READ!






















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May 19, 2017
Churn Dash from Pinkadot Quilts


Isn't this quilt wonderful!?!? Today I ran into my local quilt shop, The Quilt Block to pick up a pattern. As soon as I saw this I knew I had to make it and bought the pattern and all the fabrics so my wish can come true.
It looks even better in person (don't all quilts?). So if you are interested call the Quilt Block at 610-363-0404. Even if you live far away I think they would be happy to send it to you. Tell them I sent you!

Kelly

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May 5, 2017
And the Mystery Begins ... Now! from The Chester County Criswell Quilt


Churn Dash by Maggie Shaw - 1912 is the year she moved to Malaga, Washington
  



To complete this mystery quilt you will make a variety of blocks that were popular in the 1930s.
You will need:
2 - 12 inch blocks 
7 - 9 inch blocks
17 - 6 inch blocks
5 - 3 inch blocks

Finished quilt size is 36 x 42 inches, add borders to make a larger size.

There are no Quilt Police in sight.  If you don't like one of the mystery blocks, don't make it.  Substitute a repeat block or add your own choice.

The blocks are all ...

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February 28, 2017
6 Köpfe - 12 Blöcke Churn Dash - Vergrößern und Verkleinern von Quiltblöcken from Quiltmanufaktur

Schon wieder Ende des Monats und ich musste mich echt sputen, den Churn Dash nach Nadra´s Anleitung auf ihrem Blog ellis & higgs für unseren 6 Köpfe 12 Blöcke Quilt Along auf Facebook zu nähen. Passend zur Butterfass-Geschichte habe ich den gelben Tula Pink Stoff + Biene in die Mitte gesetzt - na ja, war wohl doch eher Zufall....


Ich mag diesen Block schon lange und habe mich bei unserer Planung im Vorfeld mächtig gefreut, das er es in unser Layout geschafft hat! Es gibt so wahnsinnig viel, schöne Quilts aus diesem Block - historische oder auch moderne Varianten. Durch die Stoffauswahl oder ...

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February 23, 2017
A Churn Dash by Any Other Name from The Chester County Criswell Quilt




Everyone loves a Churn Dash.  It's been around forever - mid 1800s - it's simple to piece and it's good design.  A popular block that has been used for over century collects a catalogue of names; Barbara Brackman lists the following:

Broken Plate
Double Monkey Wrench
Double T
Fisherman's Reel
Hens and Chickens
Hole in the Barn Door
Indian Hammer
Joan's Doll Quilt
Lincoln's Platform
Love Knot
Ludlow's Favorite
Monkey Wrench
Old Mill Design
Picture Frame
Puss in the Corner
Quail's Nest
Sheman's March
Shoo Fly
Colonial Design

There are two Churn Dash ...

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February 6, 2017
Quilter's Recipe Box Unit Two - Split Square from Pamela Quilts

Are you ready to master another basic Quilt block recipe?  This month's unit is a split square.  It's really simple, just a square divided in half.  As always, you'll get the best results if you make sure your cutting and sewing are super accurate!

By using four split squares and four half square triangles you can create a Churn Dash (or Monkey Wrench) block!

You will need the following cuts of fabric:
Four triangles and four rectangles of colored fabric
Four triangles and four rectangles of background fabric plus one center square.

 For my batik version I ...

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December 10, 2016
I Love Churn Dashes Book from Jackie's Art Quilts

Imagine my delight receiving my copies of the I Love Churn Dashes book from Martingale!


What an absolute thrill to have my quilt in it beside such a talented selection of quilters!
The quilts are simply gorgeous and there is something for everyone in this book! Martingale Publishing is so wonderful to work with, I have truly enjoyed every single minute working to get my quilt ready for publication.

This one is mine called 'Block Party'. I chose all bright solids from Riley Blake Designs to put together this quilt. 

'Churn Dash Slide' by Christa Watson

'Wavy Churn' by Gina ...

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I Love Churn Dashes Book from Jackie's Art Quilts

Imagine my delight receiving my copies of the I Love Churn Dashes book from Martingale!


What an absolute thrill to have my quilt in it beside such a talented selection of quilters!
The quilts are simply gorgeous and there is something for everyone in this book! Martingale Publishing is so wonderful to work with, I have truly enjoyed every single minute working to get my quilt ready for publication.

This one is mine called 'Block Party'. I chose all bright solids from Riley Blake Designs to put together this quilt. 

'Churn Dash Slide' by Christa Watson

'Wavy Churn' by Gina ...

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October 21, 2016
New Friday Tutorial: The Whimsical Shoofly Quilt from The Cutting Table Quilt Blog - A Blog for Quilters by Quilters

Make the Whimsical Shoofly Quilt with this Video Tutorial!

With a little creativity and a touch of courage, quilting can be a real “choose-your-own-adventure” experience. What happens if I rotate half my blocks? What if I switch out the white background for a bright solid? What if I use a 10-inch square instead of a 5-inch? Before you know it, you have created a totally unique quilt. You are an artist! You are an inventor! You are AMAZING!!!

Make the Whimsical Shoofly Quilt with this Video Tutorial!

Today Jenny will guide us through the Whimsical Shoofly Quilt, a simple variation of the shoofly or churn dash. You’ll be amazed to see what a difference a small change ...

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September 16, 2016
Making strings while the sun shines from Making A Lather


I decided to treadle while watching Ghost Whisperer last night on netflix. I made 10 more string blocks. I'm not a fan of string piecing, so I leave it to my treadle and that makes it better for me. I really like string pieced quilts though.

But, it sure doesn't look like I am using these up anytime soon.
I am making 10 inch blocks using Missouri star foundation papers. I like them, I can add them to my orders to make the shipping seem more reasonable when I buy the deal of the day. But phone book ...

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September 7, 2016
Progress here and there from Making A Lather

The good news: all 41 blocks for my chunky churn dash quilt are done. Bad news: They are very scrappy and I can't see what will go with them in the alternate hourglass blocks. Bonnie Hunter uses a navy. I will have to ponder and play to decide. But I can feel that I am ready to send them to ufo paradise for a vacation. We'll see. This is a free pattern here.

This really uses a lot of 1 1/2 inch strips and 2 1/2 inch squares from the scrap bins. Super easy, so that ...

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