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June 2, 2017
Stack & Flip Quilt from The Cutting Table Quilt Blog - A Blog for Quilters by Quilters

Check out this fun idea for a gradation quilt!


“I want you to remember something: YOU are the designer of this quilt!” – Jenny

The Stack and Flip Quilt is a super simple jelly roll pattern. The real fun comes with great fabric choice – and the choice is all yours! Jenny uses rainbow-hued Spin Basic Bright 2.5″ Strips by Timeless Treasures, but any jelly roll with graduations of color will work.


Let Jenny show you how to create this adorable strip quilt made with a rainbow of colors!

We’ve put together a whole list of pretty jelly roll options for you HERE. Find something you love, and give it a try! You are the designer! (Be sure to share a pic of your Stack and ...

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March 20, 2017
Quilty Box! Color Wheel Quilt Blocks from The Free Motion Quilting Project

It's Quilty Box time! Yep, this is a post with affiliate links to support our business. I received an awesome box of gear this month filled with beautiful fabrics and supplies selected by Allison Glass and I challenged myself to make this pretty Color Wheel Block with the fabrics:

I've made many Dresden Plates over the last few weeks, but this is the first plate I cut into a circle to create a wheel block. It's not hard, but I do recommend having a good circle cutter to make it easier. I like the True Cut 360 ...

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March 10, 2017
Baby Quilt Number 3 from Needle and Foot

I don’t know if you remember but when I was posting about the lattice square baby quilt I made last fall, I said that there would be three new babies born in the start of 2017 in our family. This will bring my parent’s number of great-grands up to 12!  I wanted to make a quilt for the third baby who is due at the end of this month. This  morning I finished the quilt top.

Isn’t it adorable? The bright, rainbow colors make it a cheery quilt for a new baby girl.

Using this free pattern ...

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November 3, 2016
I Lost My Mind For a Minute (and NTT) from My Quilt Infatuation

Happy NTT, y'all!  This is the edition where I show you everything I possibly can, without actually revealing the quilt that I made from the scrappy rainbow improv blocks I showed last week.  The quilt is for publication, so even though that fact is a big personal hooray, being secretive still stinks.  So, we'll just have to make do with a few peeks.

You all know that ordinarily, I use all of my leftovers on the backs of my quilts.  Well, when I'm quilting from my scrap jars, sometimes I'm at a loss.  Rainbow stripes to ...

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September 11, 2016
Oh Scrap! September RSC Blocks from Quilting Is More Fun Than Housework

Thanks so much for all the great comments on my Pig Race quilt.  Looks like it was popular!

I didn't do a whole lot of scrap quilting this weekend, but I did get my September Rainbow Scrap Challenge blocks finished up. The color I am sewing for September is red.

On the top,  are my two RSC blocks for some donation quilts I am making this year.  The small blocks on the bottom are for my RSC16 Column Sampler.  
I think we have just one more block design to make and we can start sewing it together!

Here is ...

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August 14, 2016
Oh Scrap! : RSC16 August Blocks from Quilting Is More Fun Than Housework

The Rainbow Scrap Challenge color for August is a dusty purple.  Having already used a dusty purple in some of my previous blocks, I decided to go with gray for this month.  To make my blocks, I didn't have to travel very far from my cutting table for all the scraps I needed.  Guess I have been working with a lot of gray recently!

 On the top, are my 12 blocks for the RSC16 Column Along and on the bottom are two blocks for my donation kids' quilts I have been working on this year.

I was curious to ...

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