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February 26, 2019
Today's quilts from near and far. from Koolkat Quilting

 Win from the Gold Coast got together with friends to send quilts for our March Madness offer.  The "foxy" quilt isn the first photo is being quilted with the deb's swirls e2e pattern.  All the way from Penguin in Tasmania, Kali sent the grey quilt which is being quilted with the circle meander pattern.  The third quilt is another from Win, and is being quilted with the roseleaves pattern. Debby from Belivah asked for the I Love It trailing hearts pattern for the last quilt shown.




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July 16, 2018
All Gussied Up: Fabric Collage Penguin from Quilted Joy

I have been waiting to show you this since the Spring and I can finally reveal it! I’d like to introduce you to my friend Guss.

Isn’t he fabulous? You may have noticed that we are in love with the Laura Heine style fabric collage animals here. Our students have made a bunch of them. Penguins are my spirit animal so I wanted to create my own using a line drawing. Here’s a photo of him in progress taped to my wall.

I used Steam a Seam 2 which is sticky and repositionable which allowed me to ...

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December 4, 2017
in and out #sncaswap from Charm About You

Every Saturday I join Meg and Rachel in hosting the Saturday Night Craft Along on Instagram. It's an amazing community of makers, encouraging each other and crafting the night away! This year we decided to have the first (in what we hope will be at least annual) swap. With three time zones joining in each week, it was quite the task to organise but we mixed it up and became swap mamas for other continents so we could join in the fun!

My swap partner was Jen aka Mum In The Madhouse, who I met this year at the ...

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November 17, 2017
Beginner’s Guide to Machine Quilting: Quilting Feathers, Part 1 from Quilted Joy

One of the techniques many new (and experienced) longarm quilters want to jump into is quilting feathers. Who can blame them? Feathers are a classic and beautiful quilting design. Unfortunately, they can be a little challenging. I’ve heard a few quilters say they simply can’t do feathers. Practice is the key to mastering feathers on your longarm, but it also helps to find the style of feather that speaks to you.

Did you realize there are a huge variety of quilting feathers? If not, I’d highly recommend you jump over to the APQS blog. We recently began ...

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July 20, 2016
Zoo Babies Quilted Wall Hanging Pattern from The Joy of Sewing...and Quilting, Too!


Zoo Babies Quilted Wall Hanging Pattern
My newest quilt pattern is now available at www.craftsy.com. This darling quilt is perfect for a zoo-themed nursery or child's room, complete with nine of the most popular animals at the zoo. Meet Ellie Elephant, and Lucas the Lion, along with other favorites, including Penny Penguin and Molly Monkey, all done up in easy fusible machine applique. Although there are lots of pieces for each animal, their size is deceiving in the quilt illustration, since the blocks finish at 9" square within the sashed quilt top. Make it to use as ...

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