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October 1, 2021
Jewel Heart Quilt from The Cutting Table Quilt Blog - A Blog for Quilters by Quilters

The Jewel Heart Quilt Tutorial from Missouri Star Quilt Co.

Jenny Doan loves to quilt everywhere she goes: In the studio. On the couch. In waiting rooms and on long drives. (Can you relate?) Life is more fun with a needle and thread in tow!

The Jewel Heart Quilt Tutorial from Missouri Star Quilt Co.

In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Jenny has whipped up a quilt-as-you-go heart quilt using fat quarters and the fabulous Jewel Template. Best of all, these pretty hearts can be sewn by machine or by hand! 

Jewel Heart is a great project for long waits and nervous energy, and it makes such a sweet gift, too!

Watch the Latest Tutorial from Missouri Star Quilt Co!

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November 1, 2020
» The Quilt Ladies Book Collection

Here's the quilt that is on the back of my Chair at my computer now

I took a border class I think when we lived in Windom, MN, YEARS ago.
It measures about 14" x 20"


Each block is 5" x 5"


Machine Pieced


And I hand quilted


 

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May 30, 2020
Pink Double 9-patch quilt is finished from Northern Deb Quilts

It's done!! And I love it❤
I finished this pink and blue Double 9-patch shirtings quilt today. 
 I used an older, stained dress shirt for the binding. Since we we're under "stay home" orders, I dug through my stash to find binding. This shirt just made it! I used the little "Polo" insignia so no fabric would go to waste and am glad I did. I love that it shows a shirt was used.
 I've been collecting shirts for years. A local resale marks them down after a month of them not selling. Many times it's ...

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May 19, 2020
Quilting, reading, relaxing.... from Northern Deb Quilts

Still quilting the quilt....
The weather has been SO wet lately...perfect quilting weather but it's also arthritis weather...so I quilt a bit then read a bit. And every so often I just get lost in memories. This quilt is full of them. Little pieces of Al's shirt, Lisa's dress, 80's and 90's fabrics that I never got around to using...or used and these are the leftovers.
Then there's pieces that Lisa bought me as a birthday present. Those were feedsacks. Some were REALLY tiny (but so CUTE) that I was only ...

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