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January 26, 2022
Quilterati: A New Look from Terificreations's Weblog

This morning scrolling through social media I learned of the passing away of hand quilter extraordinaire Elsie Campbell. Her accomplishments in the world of quilting include award winning hand quilter as recently as Road to California (scroll to the bottom), author, and teacher. Elsie’s latest quilt honored her fifty year marriage with her husband, Ken.… Continue reading Quilterati: A New Look

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slotted trimmers for scraps from Making A Lather

I was working on my red scrap projects for the month and I am trying a new block -star and crown-using my civil war reproduction fabric. I need 6 - 2 inch hsts per block. When I reached for my slotted trimmer to trim them, I realized I had another favorite scrap taming tool to share. I have had this trimmer for a couple of years. At first it was difficult to remember to not iron the hsts open. But, I grew to really like the results, and I can trim before I iron, while they are still sewn and laying ...

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Scrappy Quarter Cabins from Becca's Crazy Projects

I have a big bag of scraps left over from making charity quilts. I wanted some simple sewing so I decided to make some Scrappy Quarter Cabins. I learned this technique from Christina Cameli on her blog A Few Scraps. If you need more help than you like, there is also an online course. Nine blocks is a good start!
I'm sure I will be making these for a while before I have enough for a small quilt. I made a large one in August 2020 you can read about in this post

I will share my list of ...

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January 24, 2022
Heart Quilt : Together Quilt from Sewing Under the Little Mushroom Cap

Another heart quilt in the making, I just love heart shapes and always love the opportunity to make heart quilt blocks.

Previous Heart Quilt on the blog

This quilt in progress is a new start late last year. When I first saw the pattern, I knew straight away that I wanted to make it. Something about the alternate blocks and the varieties of the heart quilt blocks that makes me want to jump right in and start piecing. 

I also love the idea of making a few ...

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5 quilts January 24 2022 from Making A Lather

  My 5 quilts progress report.

1. Rainbow scrap challenge - color red - blossom time is a quiltville pattern from quiltmaker magazine. I think Bonnie Hunter made an actual pattern that can be purchased. I made 12 for the red month.




2. full stop quilt that Angela is doing for the rainbow scrap challenge at so scrappy.- I have started to finish each row to the size of the quilt I want. Right now, I am aiming for 69 wide. 




3. rhododendren mystery - hunter -  I am working on clue 5, adding the hst to the parts from a previous clue. 


oops ...

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Charity Quilting from Becca's Crazy Projects

I dropped off several quilted charity quilts with Annapolis Quilts for Kids last weekend. I also picked up a stack of quilts made by other members. This was the first one I pulled out to quilt. 
Pieced by Mary for Annapolis Quilts for Kids

If you want to contribute but don't have the time or skills, you can support the national Quilts for Kids by shopping through Amazon Smile. I don't earn anything from this link. This link lets your purchases support Quilts for Kids through Amazon. I don't add affiliate links to my charity quit posts ...

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January 23, 2022
Des petites avancées… from Atelier de Cocopatch

bonjour à toutes, aujourd’hui, je fais le point de ce début d’année. Je ne ferai pas d’engagement… Le QAL Sampler Piécé et appliqué a très bien démarré! J’avance doucement (le travail est chargé et compliqué en ce moment), mais j’essaie de faire un quart d’heure tous les jours… J’ai remis des kits à finir ou … Continuer de lire Des petites avancées…

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January 22, 2022
blossom time from Making A Lather

I have cut pieces for a stashbuster 2022 quilt in red. I haven't put one together yet but it looks fun. I have a small box of the right size pieces but not matching. So I will cut some more each month.


cut for stash buster challenge

I have relocated an older ufo to the sewing room to work on this year. Blossom time is a quiltville pattern. I started working on it from quiltmaker magazine, before there was a quilt pattern. I counted what I needed and cut the new pieces from red scraps. I think these blocks ...

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January 21, 2022
end of rainbow finish from Making A Lather

I have another finish for January from my rainbow scrap challenge at so scrappy projects. I sewed the crumb blocks here - during 2019 by color of the month. I found this in a -book here by Melissa Corey


it is 82x82 and used 20 yards

I used a cotton sheet for the back and a scrappy binding.

I did free motion swirls for the quilting. I really like swirls and may just do all of my quilts like that. Quick and easy is best.

wednesday wait loss

I am linking to:

TGIFF

TGIFF different     here  and here

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January 20, 2022
So, what do we do at the shop anyway? from QUilting By-You

How are you doing with your Ufo’s this week? We will just keep our updates/pictures to the first week of the month so that we aren’t going on and on and on about them, but I will say we are still making progress!

We thought we would take a little time and talk about the shop today. Some of you may be new to us or maybe you have a shop like ours in your area! We are not your typical quilt shop. We do not carry fabric or notions or batting. What we do have are ...

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January 19, 2022
Vintage Jenny | Colorado Quilt from The Cutting Table Quilt Blog - A Blog for Quilters by Quilters

Have you ever heard of a Colorado block? Many quilters know this quilt classic by another name, the Dutch Windmill. Using layer cakes, this traditional half-square triangle quilt block comes together in a flash creating a unique and vintage design that has been loved for many years. How many years to be exact? While Jenny couldn’t find much information on the original of the name Dutch Windmill, the Colorado quilt block can be traced back to 1941 where it was published in the Kansas City Star!

To stitch up this classic you’ll need two layers cakes, one of ...

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Exploring Collaboration: part 4 from Ellyn's Place

Today is the fourth installment of Exploring Collaboration, a series of blog posts offered up twice a month by Karen Bolan and me. We've really enjoyed sharing our thoughts with you and look forward to future conversations about collaboration with many fellow quilters.

For this week's exploration of collaboration, I have a specific idea that you might try with a group of friends.  Hopefully the world will soon begin to open up again and we will be more able to join with fellow quilters on retreats, for quilting days, workshops and other in person activities. Here's a ...

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a lifetime of scraps from Making A Lather

This has been an eclectic scrap bucket.   Sorting this scrap bucket, I have found some fun surprises. I obviously just threw everything I wanted to clean up into the bucket at one point. I really like old blocks and feel a real urgency to rescue them. But, I don't know what to do with them. So, with indecision, they were doomed to a scoop and tidy. 

aren't these wonderful vintage fabrics?



I had already cut the 10 inch square. This was the pile of  scraps that I thought were big enough to have a 5 inch square cut ...

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Florid Bloom Quilting from Becca's Crazy Projects

This quilt has waited longer to get quilted than most. You can learn more about this quilt in this post from September 2020, or this one also from September 2020. Those posts will tell you where to buy the Florid Bloom template set and Double Wedding Ring Quilts book from Victoria Findlay Wolfe.
I chose this fun daisy pantograph and let the machine do its magic. All this quilt needs now is some binding so it can be the quilt it has always wanted to be. 

Tools and supplies (affiliate links):

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Another Cow Quilt from Wedding Dress Blue

This is the third cow baby quilt I have made. They are so darn cute, you can’t make just one!

I make just three blocks and round the rest out with squares. A lot of visual impact without too much time. It finishes at about 36″ x 36″.

Another warm baby!

Another happy quilter!

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January 18, 2022
Everything you want to know about Pre Cut Fabrics! from Expect Moore

If you’re a quilter or have shopped for quilting fabrics, you’ve probably come across pre-cut fabrics. They are fabulous curated bundles of fabric that are so incredibly handy when quilting! Learn all about the most common pre-cut fabrics here. Half yard bundles, Fat Quarters, 10″ squares, 5″ squares, and 2 1/2″ strips are the most […]

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January 17, 2022
The Quilty Bucket List from Sewing Under the Little Mushroom Cap

If you have been in the quilting world for a while, you probably have a list of quilts you’d like to make someday. I call this my Quilt Bucket List

 

Well, in this post, I thought it’d be fun to share with you my bucket list of quilts I’d like to make someday.

 

And taking the spirit of the new year, I am probably going to start most of these this year too!

 

This list is definitely going to grow or maybe change, but for now, this is what I have:

Dear Jane Quilt

This is high ...

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5 quilts Jan 17 2022 from Making A Lather

 My 5 quilts progress report.

1. Rainbow scrap challenge - color red -candy is finished. I am sorting through the red strips and cutting for the next rsc project. These are the 2 1/2 inch strips. I want to clean up the bag and set a minimum of 12 inches in length to keep in the bag. Anything smaller will be sewn into 4 patches.




less than 12 inches

 I cut for Hunters star blocks using a new die I bought during the Holiday sales.

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Quilt Finish: Assemble! from Becca's Crazy Projects

I've had this fabric in my collection for a while. I knew it would become quilt binding one day. This past weekend was that day. I cut my strips and made that binding. The stripes on the fabric are not straight but sort of wavy. Striped binding is one of my favorites because it is just so much fun. 
Then, I attached it by machine and finished it with the machine for a quick finish. I rarely finish binding by hand any more. 
Second quilt finish of 2022. It took nearly a year from start to finish. Not because ...

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January 14, 2022
https://livingwaterquilter.com/post/673379794934710272 from Living Water Quilter

Hunter and Lemoyne Stars Made EasyYes, we can make our favorite quilt blocks, the hunter and lemoyne...

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