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September 12, 2019
Once Upon a Story: The Pied Piper from Clever Chameleon

The Pied Piper quilt block by Ursula Prandtstetter

It’s Story Time!! Once Upon A Story…..

Once Upon a Story blog hop button

…. there was a hardworking and dedicated quilt blogger at Seams to be Sew. Her name was Marian.

One day, Marian decided to go into the internet forest in search of quilt designers to help create a huge blog hop. A blog hop where there would be a free quilt block pattern at every stop, and lots of prizes too.

Marian’s idea was a huge success. Five years later it was still going strong. It turns out that the internet forest is full of keen designers, quilt magic and readers who like ...

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September 11, 2019
A wee bit o’Wednesday Morning Fun from Terificreations's Weblog

Early this afternoon I’m heading out to visit a new to me shop. So fun. In the meantime, did you know there’s a shop hop in Connecticut? It starts September 12 and runs through the 22nd. Click here for more information. Take a road trip, visit some great shops. Win some prizes. Cool. There are… Continue reading A wee bit o’Wednesday Morning Fun

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September 10, 2019
Pulling my Hares Out: Colour & Inspiration Tuesday from Clever Chameleon

Hares and Castle colour board at Clever Chameleon

Still Working on Things

Once Upon a Story row-along at Seams to be Sew

Another sneak peek today for the Once Upon a Story blog hop. Today I’m pulling my Hares out. Don’t worry, just my applique ones. And I am not reverse-stitching, just unveiling. </p>
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September 3, 2019
Hello Beautiful!!: Colour & Inspiration Tuesday from Clever Chameleon

Hello Beautiful Ogre color board from Clever Chameleon

Hello Beautiful Ogre!

Once Upon a Story row-along at Seams to be Sew

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and this guy has a face that surely only a mother could love. But he has a good heart, and this much maligned but very amenable Ogre is our feature today because….. this is a sneak peak of a quilt panel I am working on for the Once Upon a Story row-along, organised by Marian of Seams to be Sew. And this row-along starts today! Read on to find out more about it.

You will want absolutely to find out more… there are free patterns and raffle prizes at ...

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August 30, 2019
Introducing The Sponsors For Once Upon A Story RAL… from Seams To Be Sew

This is the one event each year where I try very hard to cover each blogger/designer with a giveaway from one of the wonderful companies I’ve been priveleged to work with over these last five years on my blog. Some of these companies have participated in every event I’ve offered, while others have participated in every row along. I’m always looking for new companies, but to be honest, I love working with companies whose products I do use. With that said, these are this year’s companies who are sponsoring wonderful giveaways for you to enjoy ...

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August 10, 2019
Still Waters from Terificreations's Weblog

Thirty-one years ago I met my Sweetie. We were friends for nearly two years before we started dating, and dated for about another two or so before we got married. I’m still smitten. He took this photo sometime after we started dating and carries it around in one of the books he keeps with him… Continue reading Still Waters

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July 9, 2019
Broken Panes Quilt Along - Quilting Prep from Patterns by Jen

It's quilting prep time!




I'm going to show how I get my quilt top ready for quilting on my domestic machine. I use my hardwood floor, you could also use a table.




Supplies needed

Top
Backing
Batting
Masking/Painters tape
Curved safety pins
Kwik Clip tool

Backing prep

If you are having your quilt quilted by a long arm quilter you will want to make sure you have 4" of extra fabric and batting all around the top. Stephanie has blog post on prepping your quilt for the long arm quilter. Read it HERE. When I'm quilting ...

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July 4, 2019
And the Winners Are…Drum roll Please from Terificreations's Weblog

Before announcing the winners I have to show you Nate the Narwhal made by my own hands using the Funky Friends Factory pattern. I really enjoyed the process of making and will make more (with some flavor of Northcott fabric) as time permits. Nate will travel with Professor Platypus until I can return her home… Continue reading And the Winners Are…Drum roll Please

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July 2, 2019
Broken Panes Quilt Along - Assembling the top from Patterns by Jen

The top is getting pieced together next.




You should have your sashing strips cut and ready to go. If you haven't yet, then go back to the Cutting post for a quick look at how to cut them correctly.




We want our sashing and block ends to match up when sewn, because we won't be trimming these. Pin your sashing to your blocks to make sure they are sewn evenly. Sew with the sashing on top. Follow the pressing arrows in the instruction.




When adding the next block, lay out your blocks to make sure they are all ...

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June 26, 2019
Rockets Red Glare from If These Threads Could Talk

The fabrics used to make this quilt were given to me by Northcott Fabrics.

What I love about EQ8 is once you have drawn a block, you can easily rotate it, edit and change the color.  Rockets Red Glare came about as I was playing with Studio 180 Design’s BlockBuster 12 Double Trek .  This block is made with the Corner Beam , Tucker Trimmer I tools and the Sliver Technique Sheet.

This is the Original BlockBuster 12 Double Trek Block and the quilt layout I first came up with.  It seemed there was too much empty space.

Double Trek Block

I added a ...

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May 1, 2019
Coming Up from Terificreations's Weblog

The next few weeks are full. I’m on the road visiting shops in Western NY, more on those in a couple of weeks. There are a couple of quilt shows I’m working on going to so I can see a few of my shops. First up the Northern Star Quilt Show this weekend. Happy 40th… Continue reading Coming Up

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February 1, 2019
A Time for All Seasons BOM, First Blocks - Free BOM from Sew Incredibly Crazy

We are so excited to begin our 4th annual 
Block of the Month
If you missed the announcement, 
this year it is 




I am so excited to be kicking off
the BOM.  
If you were curious about the theme, 
you no longer have to wait.
We again are having the best of both
worlds, 

If you like to piece blocks, 
or if you love to applique, 
we will be having both.

So here is our first blocks, 


It is fun 10 1/2" pieced block
featuring a four hearts.



Here is the link to our first 
block, 
A Piece of ...

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January 22, 2019
Speaking Gig from Terificreations's Weblog

I’m visiting with the Huntington Quilt Guild in East Northport on Tuesday February 5th. I met Alyson at the City Quilter a few years ago, striking up a conversation with her, and her mom. We were still doing the magazine and I thought the idea of parent/kid quilt duos were a neat story idea. It… Continue reading Speaking Gig

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December 5, 2018
Calm Seas from If These Threads Could Talk

The fabrics featured in this post were given to me by Northcott Fabrics.

A Storm at Sea quilt has been on my “need to make list” for a long time.  I especially love the kind that use graduating colors.  Lucky for me, fellow Studio 180 Design Certified Instructor Michelle Hiatt created her pattern “Calm Seas“.  This fabulous pattern offers you a choice of 3 sizes; Throw, Double or King.  I chose to make the Throw size (62″ x 72”).  Calm Seas is a companion pattern for Studio 180 Design’s Large Square/Squared, Diamond Rects & V Block Tools.

I chose ...

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December 4, 2018
It’s Social Media Official Peeps from Terificreations's Weblog

Right over there I have a big, somewhat orderly tub, filled with line cards, caps, and a whole lot of work. On Saturday I announced on fb that I’m now an Independent Sales Rep for Northcott Fabrics, Banyan Batiks, and Figo. I’m just now bringing it here as I’ve been looking at the lines, building… Continue reading It’s Social Media Official Peeps

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December 1, 2018
It's a "Wild" Life - A Midnight Picnic - 11th Block from Sew Incredibly Crazy

I am so happy to 
be the designer of the 
11th Block in the 
Yes, the 11th!!
We are so close to finishing up this 
BOM and what 
better way to join our 
"Wild" life but with a 
Midnight Picnic.


A Midnight Picnic can be found 
HERE.  
It is available for free for the
entire month of December 2018.
After that, it will be available for 
a small fee.
If you have missed our previous blocks, 
here is a quick recap.

November  
 "Wishful Love"
You can find the pattern HERE.  


October
I "Moose" Go Camping
You can find the pattern ...

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November 22, 2018
2019 Word of the Year from Terificreations's Weblog

Please allow me to congratulate Susan Spiers and Carole the winners of my Half Century give away. I will contact you for addresses shortly. A Look Back Connect is an apt Word, and Descriptor for 2018. As I mentioned here it’s a word that will last into 2019 and beyond, for many reasons. I connected… Continue reading 2019 Word of the Year

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October 9, 2018
My Happy Place Row Along Show and Tell Day from Clever Chameleon

Panda Friends colour scheme by Clever Chameleon

Welcome to the My Happy Place Show and Tell Colour Inspiration Tuesday Day!

Today is the last day of the “My Happy Place” row-along and blog hop – the Show and Tell Day. This is the day where a few of the “My Happy Place” blog hoppers come back for an encore….. to show you how they finished their rows (or multiple rows) into usable quilted items.

Being Myself with You appliqué by Clever ChameleonI have finished my “Being Myself with You” row into a wall hanging with a small extra border and some free-motion embroidery. The My Happy Place embroidery template is included in today’s post ...

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September 26, 2018
Border Quilt Quilt Along - Checkerboard Border from Patterns by Jen

Welcome to Week 2 of Patterns By Jen's
The Border Quilt Quilt Along!



During this two week period we will be making the checkerboard borders, as well as adding the background borders.




If you are just finding us, there is plenty of time to grab your pattern and fabric and join in. With each border there is a two week time period to make the border before we start on the next. You can stop at any point for any size you quilt you like.

Grab your pattern!


Etsy Digital: The Border Quilt

Craftsy Digital ...

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September 22, 2018
New Years Star from If These Threads Could Talk

The fabrics featured in this post were given to me by Northcott  Fabrics.

This fabulous pattern, “New Year’s Star” by Deb Tucker is fun to make using your V Block & Tucker Trimmer I tools.  It can be made in 3 sizes: 50″ x 66″, 66 x 82″ & 82 x 102″.  I love pink and aqua & retro fans.  I guess you can say the photo above shows my fan club (HAHAHAHA).

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I chose 4 fabrics from Northcott’s “Strokes of Brilliance” collection.  The colors are so deep and rich.

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Pinwheels:  Making the pinwheels begins by  making half square triangles using ...

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