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August 7, 2021
Beauty and the Beast - Vitrine from Sew Preeti Quilts

Once upon a time before the great pandemic, I was at a fancy store admiring beautiful jewelry.  I have plenty of jewelry including some exquisite pieces from India. But the glittering stones beckoned to me.

Jewelry from India - Necklace, Earrings and Bangles


Only if I had all MY jewelry in a catalogue/showcase that I could admire every time temptation struck. 

This is how this quilt feels - my pretty and adorable fabrics, including low volume beauties in a transparent display case. Hence I have named it Vitrine, a fancy word for a glass display case :-)

New Finish!!!

I had made ...

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June 6, 2021
2020 Roundup from Splendiferous




 In My Mind's Eye, 20 x 20 inches



Woven Rainbow (pieced in 2019, quilted in 2020). 60 x 60 inches


What's Your Excuse?  33 x 37 inches




Rainbow Leaves (SAQA Benefit Auction donation) 12 x 12 inches



Cicadence 24 x 24 inches



The Very Grungy Caterpillar, 32 x 46 inches



Baby Quilt 30 x 41 inches



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May 7, 2021
Sunshine and Rainows from Podunk Pretties

Hello Quilting Friends!  I just wanted to pop in and give you an update on my current leaders and enders project.  Slowly but surely I'm finishing up the cornerstones and sashing.  

 

When most of us think of a leaders and enders project we think of a Bonnie Hunter quilt.  Bonnies quilts more often than not do not have one consistent fabric let alone two or three.  The idea to keep this a 100% leaders and enders quilt sounds like a good idea but I'm at the point of just get it done.  Learning to use the leaders and ...

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December 22, 2020
Rainbows in the pines from The Academic Quilter

 Hi everyone, and happy week before Christmas! Are you feeling very merry? Thanks for all of the great holiday stories on the blog hop on my last post! I really enjoyed putting my feet up and reading about your families. After the year that we have had, no one could blame us for just sitting around eating cookies, drinking something warm, and telling happy stories for the next couple of weeks, could they?

Down in the sewing room, I have finished another repurposed project, just in time for a some nice photos in the snow. Yahoo! Here is the Rainbow ...

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November 28, 2020
Strung from the trees from The Academic Quilter

 Hi everyone, and happy after-Thanksgiving! I hope you are having a really restful weekend following what was, for us, a very strange holiday. It was just us here, which was very, very different from what we usually have. I actually did my first 5K the first thing in the morning (see sweaty picture at the bottom of this post), then relaxed and cooked a small dinner for the two of us.We had turkey thighs (which are incredibly inexpensive), potatoes, gravy, and Zoomed with the family, and somehow we polished off a whole pie. I have no idea how that ...

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July 20, 2020
Piece on Earth from Ann Quilts


Hello, everyone! 

I haven't posted here in well over a month....

All healthy, so no worries there, in case any of you noticed my absence and were worried.  The whole situation in which we find ourselves took over my attention and energy, and certainly my ability to express it all in words.  But I’ve been busy, and here’s what I’ve been doing.  It’s been a while, so this will be long!  Grab an iced tea (in my hemisphere anyway), and settle in.

— I haven’t been doing much quilt repair.  At first, I was too ...

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May 16, 2020
Andra Tutto Bene from Sew Karen-ly Created...

Yesterday while sewing a stack of somewhat subdued colours into half-square triangles, I could hear a little voice whispering, "Pssst...you know there is a rainbow in the basket behind you."
I ignored it as long as I could, but somehow that basket ended up on my sewing table and sure enough...out spilled a rainbow...of Hoffman 1895 Bali watercolours.
The previous day, I had read a post on the Aurifil blog about a small wallhanging designed by Sheri Cifaldi-Morrill of  Whole Circle Studio.  The post says, "Andrà Tutto Bene (Everything Will Be Okay in English) was inspired ...

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May 4, 2020
Bias Tape Appliqué from Art Gallery Fabrics-The Creative Blog

Hello my fellow makers!

It has been a while since my last post, I missed so much connecting with you! To make a good come back I decided to co-design a wall art with my little one, Carlota. She loves to participate in my projects, and I love to keep her busy and motivated with creative tasks.

When she showed me her drawing of a rainbow that is also a sun to bring joy and happiness to our lives, I decided to use the bias tape appliqué technique to translate her idea into our quilty project. Today we will talk ...

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April 25, 2020
Working on a serie of quilt can help you improve your skills from Quilting with Claire

If you’re bored and looking for a new challenge, might I suggest working on a series of quilts to improve your skills. That’s what I realized when I decided to work a my rainbow series.  But little did I know that it wasn’t just the piecing of the quilts… it was also a learning experience … Continue reading "Working on a serie of quilt can help you improve your skills"

The post Working on a serie of quilt can help you improve your skills appeared first on Quilting With Claire.

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April 10, 2020
Happy Easter! from Stof genoeg

Quilt designs with stars, rainbows and cheerful colors, to symbolize joy and hope! Stay home, stay safe! XXX Annika Continue reading

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March 29, 2020
Because Every Storm Runs Out Of Rain!! from Kitty and Me Designs

Normally, I like to release several new designs at one time.  Under the circumstances at this time however, I thought we could all use a rainbow to remind us that every storm eventually runs out of rain!

This is my latest in the Colorful Cats series of Cross Stitch patterns.  What do you think of Rainbow?


Available as printed pattern leaflets and as instant digital PDF downloads in my Etsy shop.  Or, ask your favorite needlework retail stores to stock my patterns!!

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March 15, 2020
Silent Sunday from The Inbox jaunt

 

The post Silent Sunday appeared first on Lori Kennedy Quilts.

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November 12, 2019
A Tropical Escape: Colour & Inspiration Tuesday from Clever Chameleon

Tropical Escape fabric colours from Island Batik at Clever Chameleon

Another secret sewing – this time a pattern in the works

Secret sewing and changes afoot here at Clever Chameleon. Little plans, big dreams and small signs of what is coming and what is hopefully to come. More wonderful quilts on the Island Batik Summer 2019 fabrics blog hop. And our Tuesday Colour & Inspiration party, of course.

Happy Tuesday!

Change is a-comin’

Since I don’t have a lot I can show you this week, now seems as good as anytime to drop some news. The Chameleon is going bush for a year! And not just to the countryside. Remote bush ...

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August 21, 2015
Spray the rainbow from Ibisco Quilt

Oggi mi sono cimentata in alcune prove che intendevo fare da settimane, ovvero da quando mi sono arrivati i colori spray per tessuto della Marabu.
Visto che volevo testare anche l'intensità dei colori, li ho usati tutti, disposti secondo l'arcobaleno.
In precedenza ho tinto tessuti con i colori batik, ma ero rimasta insoddisfatta dal tono un po' spento dei colori e soprattutto dall'aspetto delle fibre del cotone dopo la tintura a caldo: sembrano quasi cotte, e il tessuto ne risulta rigido e difficilmente lavorabile con la tecnica hawaiiana. Poi ho provato i Soleil della Pebeo, ma la ...

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