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February 1, 2019
Welcome February from Humble Quilts

Here's a cute little simple ditty to kick off the month. Designed by Cheri Payne and I copied fellow quilter Kelley in the changes she made. 

I don't know if anybody remembers this cute little fellow. He was dumped and wouldn't let anybody near him to catch him. Well, he claimed a home and although they are the only ones that can pet him, he is warm and fed and looks so healthy. His name is Red and although he is so shy I always smile when I see him, remembering the day I stopped in winter ...

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September 21, 2018
Finally on a Friday from Humble Quilts

I'm so glad to be back to posting, hopefully on a normal schedule again.
I  suggested you try and get your 2 parts of the Liberty quilt together. I took my own advice!

It isn't the best photo, but the bottom row is all that's left! Whoop! Whoop! Next Friday we will have a linky party and see how everyone is doing. Monday October 1st will be the final instructions!! Cheri would be so proud of your creativity!


I won this cute panel to make a fall/halloween banner from Quilters Coop. I haven't had a ...

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August 16, 2018
Quilting made easy with Riley Blake and Cricut – Part 3 of 3 from Expect Moore

Welcome to the 3rd part of this video and quilting series! Over the past weeks I have been working on making a Christmas Quilt using Riley Blake Fabrics and the Cricut Maker. In Part One I showed you how I selected the fabric and pattern. In Part Two I showed you how all the pieces were cut. And today… today we are piecing the Half Log Cabin Throw quilt top!

Quilting Made Easy with Riley Blake and Cricut PArt 3 - Learn how to piece the quarter log cabin quilt pattern!

 

To finish up this series I’ve created another video. This video is long, but oh-so-comprehensive! I’ll be holding your hand and taking you step-by-step through how to make ...

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July 27, 2018
Quilting made easy with Riley Blake and Cricut – Part 2 from Expect Moore

I’m excited to share part 2 of my “Quilting Made Easy” series with Riley Blake and Cricut. When Cricut offered to send me a Riley Blake quilt kit of my choice to share with y’all, and show you how easy it is to whip up a quilt when Cricut takes care of the bulk of the cutting, I was excited! I love sharing innovative ways to approach quilting, and these quilt kits are a fantastic way for both beginners and experienced quilters to put together quilts that look beautiful every time!

Last week I showed you how easy ...

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December 22, 2017
Merry Merry Christmas! from Humble Quilts


Christmas is almost here!
I want to wish you all love, peace and joy, now and throughout 2018. 

 I feel like I kept my decorating to a minimum. Just enough to enjoy it, but not enough to make it a big chore.



 This adorable applique quilt was made for me for a small quilt swap. 







I had a brunch the other day and it was so much fun hosting!
This book was a gift to me by another generous blogger! Thank you Julie K! Isn't it the sweetest applique quilt?  Julie is a prolific scrap quilter. I swear she ...

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December 7, 2017
Scrap-Busting Holiday Crafts from The Cutting Table Quilt Blog - A Blog for Quilters by Quilters

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas in downtown Hamilton! With wreaths and candles in every window, a living tree adorned with lights, ornaments and ribbons, and window displays in all the shops, our little town is overflowing with Christmas cheer!

On Saturday, we celebrated the season with a town-wide Christmas festival, featuring make and take fabric crafts in the Missouri Star Quilt Co. shops. Some of our talented team members showed off their creativity with mug rugs, fabric bracelets, felt poinsettias, fabric scrap ornaments and fabric holiday cards.  

We enjoyed diving into our scrap stash and creating ...

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November 17, 2017
Holiday Tea Light Tutorial from On The Go Quilting

Yesterday I taught a class here in the Park.  I’ve been asked to chair the Arts and Crafts Committee which I was happy to do.   I did say I wouldn’t guarantee a class EVERY week but I would try for two a month and then if others want to step up and do a class we will have more.

This was my first class of the Season.  I taught the class how to make Holiday Tea Lights.  We focused on Christmas designs but you could do Fall or Halloween, or Spring or Easter, or non-holiday.

Supplies needed:

Plastic ...

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