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July 13, 2020
Give Love | Easy Gift Ideas from The Cutting Table Quilt Blog - A Blog for Quilters by Quilters

Nothing says holidays like homemade. Instead of spending all of your time this year trying to figure out what to buy for that special someone in your life, harness all of that creative energy into a unique crafty gift! Handcrafted gifts come from the heart, each stitch placed carefully with love.

Remember that when it comes to handmade gifts, Jenny always says “finished is better than perfect.” Wrap up any fears you have about creating a homemade gift and show off your craftsmanship with an easy gift idea that will be adored this holiday season! Give love this holiday season ...

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June 4, 2020
Pin It Weekly #339 from Fleur de Lis Quilts and Accessories

Things for you to pin. Starting with ideas for your home: 







Custom Last Name & Monogram Vinyl Decal Set - Family Vinyl Wall Art Decal, Last Name Vinyl, Personalized Vinyl, Home Decor, Monogram, 26x16 by TheVinylCompany on Etsy


46 Cozy Farmhouse Living Room Decor Ideas That Make You Feel In Village - BUILDEHOME

And also crafts to keep the kids busy. 
These Birdhouse Crafts for Kids will be enjoyed by children of almost any age. #diyhomedecor


#gluedtomycrafts Paper Plate & Tissue Paper Tropical Fish - Kid Craft


Silly Monster Craft for Kids - Fun recycled craft idea with egg cartons, paper rolls, and more. Halloween craft idea!


Transform a humble toilet roll into a pretty princess all dressed to go to the ball. A beautiful princess craft for kids. A gorgeous TP roll princess craft for fairytale mad children. The tulle netting adds a little bit of extra pizazz to this fairytale craft. #paperrollprincess #TProllprincess #princesstoiletpaperroll #princesstoiletroll #princesstoiletrollcraft


Fun & creative ways for kids to paint with leaves.  Fall leaf crafts for preschool and elementary. #leafart #leafpainting #leafprintart #leafpaintingforkids #leafpaintingdiy #leafcrafts #leafcraftsforkids #leafcraftspreschool #leafartprojectsforkids #leafprinting #fallcrafts #growingajeweledrose #activitiesforkids

Have you ever used crafts to teach your children about God? That is exactly what Mary Kate from Christianity Cove does. With games and crafts you can teach your children bible lessons that they will remember! Today she is here sharing a Light of the World Paper Lanterns craft. It is cute, fun and easy to do! Light of the World Paper Lanterns Craft: Materials Needed: - Construction paper or patterned Scrapbooking Paper - 1 sheet for each child -


Painted Rock Photo Holder Craft for Kids: These make perfect homemade gifts for Christmas, Mother's Day or any special day! A fun art project for children of all ages! #buggyandbuddy #rockpainting #homemadegift #craftsforkids #kidscrafts #artforkids #artprojects



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May 30, 2020
Sew Sampler May 2020 Box Reveal from Fat Quarter Shop's Jolly Jabber

Be inspired to cultivate something beautiful with our May Sew Sampler box! This box will help you to grow to learn new skills like free-motion quilting! Let’s dig right in and see what we included. Watch Kimberly reveal this box here.

Petite Bloomington Layer Cake by Lella Boutique for Moda Fabrics
Fat Quarter Shop Exclusive

Welcome to a verdant valley of wild blossoms, lush meadows and sweet clover. This collection captures the rich and pure notes of Spring, with all the promise of Nature’s bounty.

In this curated selection of 20 Layer Cake squares, vivid blues, greens and ...

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April 30, 2020
Sew Sampler April 2020 Box Reveal from Fat Quarter Shop's Jolly Jabber

No need to RSVP, you’re all invited to our Sew Sampler anniversary box reveal! Whether you are brand new to Sew Sampler or have been a member since the very beginning in 2016, we are sew thankful for the support you’ve given us! It’s been an amazing journey thus far, and we couldn’t do it without you. Watch Kimberly reveal this box here.

At Home Jolly Bar by Bonnie & Camille for Moda Fabrics
Fat Quarter Shop Exclusive

Home is where the heart is, and this collection comes straight from the heart. Beautiful florals and vintage prints ...

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March 30, 2020
Sew Sampler March 2020 Box Reveal + Goodness Grows Quilt Revealed! from Fat Quarter Shop's Jolly Jabber

Something magical is stirring in our March Sew Sampler box this month! The colors are out of this world, the ruler is pink and a mythical creature makes his debut! Let’s unveil this box of goodies and see what we can find!

Petite HomeMade Fat Quarter Bundle by Tula Pink

There is nothing better than something homemade, especially when it has a touch of Tula Pink! This five-piece fat quarter bundle features prints from the HomeMade fabric line. It is inspired by quilters, for quilters in a palette of zesty lime, pink, purple and blue haze.

Love the collection ...

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March 7, 2020
Hand Sanitizer from Patchwork Times by Judy Laquidara

Chances of finding hand sanitizer in a store or online are slim. If you do find them, they’re probably outrageously expensive. I am not giving any kind of medical advice. I am not a chemist. Please do your own research! Do not count on anything you read here as medical or safety advice! Also, please...

The post Hand Sanitizer appeared first on Patchwork Times by Judy Laquidara.

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December 21, 2019
Perfectly Imperfect from Appalachian Quilts

Yesterday was supposed to be a "me" day.  I had big plans and so many thing to choose from.  My list of things to get done included everything from making fudge, making ornaments, making body butter, making soap and quilting a couple quilts.

Our day started in the goat barn.  We wormed everyone, trimmed hooves and had to give Barnabus a shot.  He still fights pneumonia. 

Into the house I went.  I started melting the oils for the body butter.  While that was melting, I started the fudge.  I went down to the basement for just a quick minute to ...

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September 16, 2019
The Undermining of “Craft” from Where Art & Life Meet

“Crafts” have occupied a large part of my life. I was fifteen years old when I knitted my first sweater.  My mother taught me to knit when I was so young my fingers had trouble wrapping the yarn around them.  I didn’t realize it then, but being left-handed certainly must have made it more difficult… Continue reading The Undermining of “Craft”

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