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May 26, 2018
Clenching from Terificreations's Weblog

Several years ago while getting ready to have a bunion surgery I learned that the bones of my feet go off to the left/right accordingly, rather than going straight like they should. This creates a bit of swelling on the top of my feet, that sometimes makes standing, and walking annoying, painful, irritating. Problem is,… Continue reading Clenching

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May 24, 2018
Coming Soon! from Terificreations's Weblog

Quilt Market might be over but the fun is just beginning. I am eagerly awaiting images for a few fabric lines I fell in love with. One of them has the PERFECT yellows. It was one of the happiest booths. In the booth next door I may have picked up a fat quarter bundle and… Continue reading Coming Soon!

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May 23, 2018
Happy Wednesday! from Buttermilk Basin Design Studio

Happy Wednesday!  Today at the shop we're busy unloading all the things from Market!  There's furniture to get back in its places, samples to save, and orders to process!  It's our busiest time of year and we're SEW excited about what is to come!!

Have a great day!


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May 22, 2018
Then there was that time from Terificreations's Weblog

This text arrived: I fainted at the HQ Booth (They caught me before I hit) How’s your day? Lisa and I ditched Ken in the Pickle Pie booth and walked very, very quickly to the HandiQuilter booth to find Debby well taken care of and fine. We did, however, cut her off from any further… Continue reading Then there was that time

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May 21, 2018
Behind the scenes: Getting ready for Quilt Market Vlog from Quilt Addicts Anonymous

Two years ago I went to my first Quilt Market. I had no idea what to expect and it ended up giving me the tools I needed to take Quilt Addicts Anonymous from a blog and small online store into a full blown business.

Then I just had to get on a plane and go. Now, getting ready for Quilt Market is a marathon of sewing, last-minute marketing pushes, setting up meetings to make new and nurture old connections, all while working on very little sleep. And I still have to get on a plane, this time with an overweight ...

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May 19, 2018
Quilt Market - Day 1 from Kelly Ann's Quilting

Day 1 ... doesn't everyone start the day with a blue cow selfie? WOW...lots of fun stuff to see and I did not break out the phone to take any pictures. BUT...I did manage to hit the Sue Spargo booth... can you say WINNER WINNER CHICKEN DINNER This thread is a 12wt 2ply, 50/50 Wool/Acrylic Blend. Perfect for all the wool workers out there and will also be beautiful on hand embroidery.

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Quilt Market - Day 1 from Kelly Ann's Quilting

Day 1 ... doesn't everyone start the day with a blue cow selfie? WOW...lots of fun stuff to see and I did not break out the phone to take any pictures. BUT...I did manage to hit the Sue Spargo booth... can you say WINNER WINNER CHICKEN DINNER This thread is a 12wt 2ply, 50/50 Wool/Acrylic Blend. Perfect for all the wool workers out there and will also be beautiful on hand embroidery.

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An Early Morning Quilt Market Report from Terificreations's Weblog

Please permit me a bit of a reminisce and reflection here. It’ll only take a moment. I started attending when I took the Associate Editor position with Generation Q Magazine. Quilt Market will always hold a bit of magic and mystery. That first Market felt overwhelming, and I felt, like so many others, as though I… Continue reading An Early Morning Quilt Market Report

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May 17, 2018
Afternoon Picnic Quilt by Nancy Zieman Productions for Riley Blake from One Designer Pursuing her Dreams

Custom Quilting for Riley Blake and Nancy Zieman Productions, LLC. It was my honor to custom quilt this sample for Riley Blake Designs’ booth at Spring Quilt Market 2018. The beautiful small...

See more sewing and quilting adventures from Jen Eskridge of ReannaLily Designs

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May 16, 2018
Press On Paperdoll from Joy Studio

Presenting

P A P E R D O L L ,

our new fabric collection with Riley Blake Designs

at Spring Quilt Market in Portland!

Only a sneak peek shown here using one of our

JOY STUDIO MAKER’S GUIDES.

Aunt Henri

came through beautifully for us once again in her creation of this stunning applique piece using our ‘Press On’ pattern! The photos do not do it justice truly so, please if you’re in Portland for Quilt Market, come by and see her for yourself. She will not disappoint.

Riley Blake Designs – Booth #1437

Patterns are available at Checker ...

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Quilt Market this week! from Buttermilk Basin Design Studio

Hey Everyone!  

Quilt Market is HERE!  Stacy & Crew made it safe to Oregon and are setting up today!  

If you are a shop owner attending Quilt Market... we can't wait to see you at Sample Spree, Schoolhouse & at our Booth where we have designed a vast array of NEW designs in wool & cotton for you and your customers!  

There are specials, wholesale kit offerings and more below!  Be sure to read the info on the pictures so you don't miss out on our market happenings!  See you soon!






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May 15, 2018
It’ll be a backpack! from Terificreations's Weblog

A wee bit ago I started quilting a yard of fabric with the full intention of binding it and giving it to friends for display in their booth. Yeah well life sometimes gets in the way. Best laid plans. Hand baskets et al. Finished Quilting: Saturday afternoon. Started Cutting: Sunday morning. Started thinking and thinking… Continue reading It’ll be a backpack!

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May 14, 2018
My Spring 2018 Quilt Market Schedule for Portland, Oregon from Christa Quilts

Quilt Market begins this Wednesday in Portland, Oregon, which is the semi-annual trade show for the quilting industry. I usually attend each time with my husband Jason, but last year when I debuted my first fabric line, it became even more important. This spring I’ll be there promoting my next fabric line, Fandangle, which is a fun, silly word that means embellishment or ornamentation. It hits stores this summer and I can’t wait!

Fandangle by Christa Watson for Benartex

Click here for quilt market exhibitors and booth numbers.

In addition to meeting shop owners in my booth (#1846-47 in the Benartex/Contempo area), I ...

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May 12, 2018
Of Super Balls and Classes from Terificreations's Weblog

First up the class: And Now What?! Doodle Your way to Better Quilting Saturday July 14 Quilt Basket – Wappingers Falls NY. They are moving from Pawling to Summerlin Plaza 942 Route 376 Wappingers Falls, NY. Sign ups will be Mavailable soon.https://www.instagram.com/p/BinIw0pAv3t/?taken-by=terilucas The last week or so there are a whole big bunch of ideas bouncing around… Continue reading Of Super Balls and Classes

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Happy Mother's Day Weekend, and Other News! from Buttermilk Basin Design Studio


Happy Friday, and Happy Mother's Day weekend to all the mamas out there!  
Are you looking for a gift for your crafty mom?  Or maybe a Mother's Day gift for yourself!  If so...we're running a Mother's Day special on our exclusive Buttermilk Basin project bags!  This set of four zipper-close bags feature clear sides so you can easily find your goodies!  Quantities are limited.



We also released the next Buttermilk Homestead Mystery BOM!


Of course there are some darling new wool bundles, including this special Mother's Day edition!


This week we received our first ...

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May 8, 2018
A Quilt Show, A Dinner Date and a Finish from Terificreations's Weblog

It came upon a midnight clear…ooops wrong season, totally. Didja ever have one of those moments when you knew, just new that the next step would be incredibly painful? Me too! I torqued my back on Thursday. Making walking home just the most pleasant experience. Ow! Ow! Ow! Well it’s easing out and will be… Continue reading A Quilt Show, A Dinner Date and a Finish

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May 7, 2018
Quilt Market and New Releases from Buttermilk Basin Design Studio

Happy Monday from the Basin! We've been a little quiet online lately, but for good reason-- we're busy getting ready for Market! Stacy and a crew will be in Portland next week for the International Quilt Market, so things have been a whirlwind around here packing, completing designs, sewing, gathering models-- and keeping up with our usual releases and orders too! We are excited to unveil all the NEW things we're working on!

We were able to squeeze in a few new releases! You can now order our THREE newest "Simply Scalloped" Mats Thru the Year, June ...

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March 12, 2018
Project Bag and Fabric Buying from Alamosa Quilter

When I was at Fall Market I purchased a few bag patterns to test to see if I want to carry them in my shop. One of them was the Project Bag by Annie Unrein.


I've already ordered patterns for the shop as I love this one! It is easy to make and the pattern makes four sizes of bag - small, medium, large, and extra large. I chose to start with the medium size which finishes at 10" by 12". The large finishes at 13" by 13". The extra large finishes at 16" by 16 which would be a ...

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February 26, 2018
Playing with Ruler Quilting from Alamosa Quilter

When I was at Fall Quilt Market I bought a set of quilting rulers to try out. I'm just now getting around to playing with them.



These blocks are only 6" which is a nice size to practice with. Right now I'm just playing. Eventually I will develop a project or use the one that comes with the rulers and teach this as a class in my shop.

These are done on a domestic machine, not a long arm. They intrigued me for this reason. Not many of my customers have a long arm, but they all have ...

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December 15, 2017
Paper patterns & Quilt Market recap from Flying Parrot Quilts

I wanted to share a little about my new paper patterns and my Quilt Market adventure! Thanks to the Craftsy Quilt Designer Fellowship, I was able to have a booth at Quilt Market, the industry trade show, to launch a new line of paper patterns.

Flying Parrot Quilts patterns

I currently have 11 paper patterns out, all of which you can pick up here in my new online shop (you can, of course, also choose the PDF patterns instead!). I hope you will ask your local quilt shops to carry them, too.

As for the Quilt Market booth, Craftsy did a lovely article which ...

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