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November 25, 2018
Magical Forest quilt panel from I Patch and Quilt

Last week I shared exciting news with you about my fabric designing adventures.  There was some ‘about-to-burst-excitement’ and two sneak peeks!

Magical Forest
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Well…. here is the complete design!

Six variations of the Magical Forest quilt panel.

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Magical Forest – Morning Light

 

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Magical Forest – Autumn Dawn

 

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Magical Forest – Golden Hour

 

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Magical Forest – Cotton Candy

 

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Magical ...

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November 18, 2018
Exciting news!!! from I Patch and Quilt

I am just about to burst!

I have to tell you something exciting!

I am now a designer for Honest Fabric, the new fabric company by Karlee Porter!!!

Karlee has become famous for her stunning graffiti quilting and her latest masterpiece ‘The Royal Huntress’ quilt that was admired by many at the recent Quilt Market. Her latest endeavor is a new fabric company that creates custom printed quilt tops. Not only is it amazing that we can now have digitally printed fabric, which gives us amazing colors and possibilities, but by only printing what we need the environment will be ...

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October 30, 2018
Three of 3 on A Tuesday | 29 | from Sewing Under the Little Mushroom Cap

.Welcome to another “Three of 3 on A Tuesday”. I will have THREE things or links of 3 topics for you to visit/read on Tuesday to either showcase tutorials, inspirations, random daily thoughts or it could be any fabric/notion sales running that particular week. So for today, here are the THREE of 3 things:

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Craving for Free Motion Quilting

I am craving to free motion- can you really crave something that you can ...

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October 6, 2018
Power Lines - A Ruler Quilting WorkshopI am thrilled to share my... from Living Water Quilter



Power Lines - A Ruler Quilting Workshop

I am thrilled to share my new ruler workshop, Power Lines. The workshop features designs and techniques using ONE acrylic free-motion quilting ruler. Power Lines is a foundational ruler quilting workshop. We explore basic ruler quilting techniques, straight and curved line designs. Some of the designs learned are featured HERE.

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To make it a fun and easy one-day workshop, I’ve designed two pre-printed panels exclusively for the workshop. The 16-inch square panels are designed so you, the quilter, can apply techniques and designs learned in the workshop to a fun mini quilt that ...

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August 20, 2018
Free-Motion Framework Quilt Panels From Spoonflower from One Designer Pursuing her Dreams

Grab Your Quilt Panels Today! I’m so happy to announce the new release of Free-Motion Framework PANELS! These 36″ x 36″ square panels are directly inspired from the best-selling...

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

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February 15, 2018
nest quilt, cube & stash from Charm About You


It is sometimes difficult to find fabric I love for babies. The new Nest collection by AGF Studio, Art Gallery Fabrics is adorable, wonderfully neutral and low volume. It features a few panels, which are so easy and quick to turn into a quilt.


For this baby quilt I just added some strips of fabric top and bottom, the dots and stripes at the side are part of the print - pretty cool! I quilted simple wavy lines, please excuse the fold creases! This is one of the simplest and quickest quilting patterns and I like the movement it adds. 


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January 21, 2018
Peggy’s To the Moon and Back Baby Quilt from Quilted Joy

There are so many adorable panels available that are perfect for a baby quilt, and sometimes you don’t need to make a heavily pieced quilt for baby.

Peggy found the perfect fabric panel for her baby quilt with cute little animals and the phrase, "I love you to the moon and back." See how Angela quilted this adorable little quilt!

This is Peggy’s baby quilt, and isn’t it adorable? It’s a quilt panel themed after the saying “I love to the moon and back.”

Peggy found the perfect fabric panel for her baby quilt with cute little animals and the phrase, "I love you to the moon and back." See how Angela quilted this adorable little quilt!

The little owls, sheep, and elephants are so cute! This panel is so perfect for a little one!

Peggy found the perfect fabric panel for her baby quilt with cute little animals and the phrase, "I love you to the moon and back." See how Angela quilted this adorable little quilt!

We loved the starry night sky that is portrayed in the panel, so we looked for a pantograph that perfectly fits that theme. Peggy choose the ...

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November 13, 2017
Patriot Inspiration from Gray Barn Designs

Thank you to the Veterans of the United States Military for your service to our country!

My quilt guild held a two day retreat this past weekend.  Since it was Veteran’s Day Weekend, I decided to finish tacking down the binding on my American Flag Quilt.

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The flag in the quilt is actually a panel by Timeless Treasures Fabrics that I purchased at Red Rooster Quilts in Dublin, Ohio.  Red Rooster designed the quilt by adding a wide inner border of off white fabric and a wide outer border of Timeless Treasures blue & white stars.  The quilt is finished ...

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February 22, 2017
Quilt Panels 101 from PatternJam

Why Use a Quilt Panel?

 

Using a quilt panel can be a great alternative to piecing a quilt when you want to make a gift for someone that doesn’t really appreciate the labor that goes into a hand-pieced quilt!  With PatternJam, you can still apply your creative talent, but we eliminate the need to piece the finished project.  Have grandkids you want to make quilts for?  Have them design the quilt right on PatternJam and quilt it for them– they won’t know and won’t even care if you didn’t piece it!

Another use for panels?  To ...

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