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December 13, 2017
Make This: Snowball Fight Quilt Tutorial from The Cloth Parcel

On the 13th day of Christmas, we thought it would be fun to gift you a free quilt tutorial!  We are so happy with how this fun Christmas quilt turned out.  We used Tula Pink’s holiday line, Holiday Homies, and threw it into a snowball pattern.  This is the perfect way to let those large-scale […]

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December 12, 2017
How to make a SeeSaw Quilt Block Tutorial from Art Gallery Fabrics-The Creative Blog

Hello Makers, 

 Do you have a favorite go to quilt block? Pinwheel blocks are one of my favorite blocks! The SeeSaw block is the new addition to the AGF Quilt Block Collection which consists of a cute pinwheel center and flying geese at the edges. For this block I used one of AGF's new Fusion collections, Floralia  Fusions. The greens and pinks have me dreaming of spring time!  


 Watch the video below to give this cute block a try. Remember to post your quilt block creations on Instagram with the #AGFQuiltBlockCollection to be enter to win our monthly fabric ...

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December 9, 2017
Christmas Gift Idea Round-up from Kat & Cat Quilts

No finishes for me this week. At least none I can show you until after Christmas ;)  Instead I thought I'd do a round-up of some of my favorite Christmas gift ideas and crafts from previous years.  Feel free to share any of your favorites with me in the comments section!

First up, here's a tutorial I posted last year for quick, lined Christmas stockings.  This is a middle-of-the-road stocking that looks really nice but doesn't take too long so you can make a bunch.

Next, here's how I fold my quilts for gifting. It keeps them ...

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December 8, 2017
Jitterbug Quilt Tutorial from The Cutting Table Quilt Blog - A Blog for Quilters by Quilters

Learn to make this fun Jitterbug Quilt!

The Jitterbug was one of the most popular dances of the swing era, but how did it get such a funny name? Turns out “jitterbug” is just a combo of two cute little words: jitter and bug. But put ‘em together and you’ve got a name worth remembering!

Learn to make this Jitterbug Quilt with Jenny!

This week we’re working on the Jitterbug Quilt. And, like it’s namesake, it’s based on two simple little elements: the 4-patch and the half-square triangle. Combine those quilting powerhouses with an extra dose of creativity, and you’ve got a quilt as swanky as the swingingest jitterbug on ...

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December 7, 2017
DIY Quilty Holiday Ornaments from Art Gallery Fabrics-The Creative Blog

Happy Holidays Everyone, 

 In need of some new ornaments for your tree this year? Instead of heading to the store this holiday season DIY some Quilty Holiday Ornaments by following along with our new tutorial up on the weallsew blog. We made our ornaments with AGF's first holiday fabric collection, Little Town fabrics! Which ornament is your favorite? It's hard to choose but I am really loving the tree with decorative stitches! 


Want to get your hands on some winter fabric? We put together a fantastic bundle of fabrics to get you in the holiday spirit! Head over ...

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December 6, 2017
Work in Progress-Applique Borders from The Inbox jaunt

Good Morning, Quilters! I have been keeping my pledge to work on my Boxes and Vines quilt–though I admit to some quite a few detours on small projects! I think I need the small distractions–big quilts are still hard work–not just … Continue reading

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December 5, 2017
Christmas and Hanukkah Machine Quilting Tutorials from The Inbox jaunt

  Good Morning, Quilters! Today’s Tuesday Tutorial is a round-up of tutorials from the last several years!  I’m confident this will keep us all busy in between shopping and wrapping! MY CREATIVE BLOCK To be honest, I am going through … Continue reading

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December 4, 2017
AGF Quilt Block Collection Blog Tour Recap from Art Gallery Fabrics-The Creative Blog

Hello Makers,

I am just aww struck from all the amazing projects that were made in the AGF Quilt Block Collection Blog Tour hosted by Sharon McConnell from Color Girl Quilts. The Blog tour showcased 9 talented designers turning their favorite block from the the series  into pillows, table runners, mini quilts and so much more! 

Take a look below at all the hard work these wonderful designers put in and learn more about how you can incorporate these quilt blocks into your sewing projects! 



1. Jack in the Box Mini by Sharon McConnell

 Sharon made the Jack in the ...

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December 3, 2017
Quilting Elvis: Small Holiday Postcard = Big Gift from Gefilte Quilt

Uh oh! The holidays are upon us! If you're still stuck for a fast gift to make for people who deserve  more than an e-card, consider a quilted fiber art postcard. If you use novelty fabrics from your stash or LQS, they can be thoughtful, personal, and fun, all at the same time. (If elegant is more your style, consider making batik postcards, instead.)

Here's one of my latest:

(Elvis is singing Shalom, which means hello/goodbye/peace in Hebrew. Elvis had a non-secret Jewish  history!) The card is one of six I made in September:

This one ...

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Tutorial and Pattern Sale! from Quilting by the River

Thinking about a new tablerunner for the holidays? This is a fast and easy one to make.

Christmas Pinwheels Table Runner Tutorial

Pattern sale

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December 1, 2017
Candilicious - Free crochet coaster pattern from Made To Treasure

As a part of getting out of my comfort zone first you tube tutorial is on air ...

Candilicious , crochet coaster pattern... 

I named it after the candy colours I used to make this coasters.

This is crocheted using Anchor knitting cotton using no.2 steel hook.

These candy colors of Anchor knitting cotton is sourced from Pradhan embroidery store .

Made a set of 6 coasters using solid and variegated combos.

Shade no. used for the project is mentioned in the video tutorial.

I'm happy to share with you my first video tutorial..

Please feel ...

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November 30, 2017
DIY gegen Novemberblues – Geschenkbeutel Teil 2 from Lalala Patchwork, Quilting, and More

Heute am letzten Tag des „DIY gegen Novemberblues“ zeige ich euch nach Teil 1 den Teil 2 meines Tutorials – einen Patchwork-Geschenkbeutel.

Und schon ist der November zu Ende. Heute und hier endet nun der Blog-Hop „DIY gegen Novemberblues“. Hach ich so begeistert! Der November 2017 war für mich keineswegs trüb oder grau, noch nebelig. Er war bunt und kreativ! Im letzten Jahr gab es ja auch einen 30. November und ich habe euch im letzten Jahr dieses Kissen gezeigt.

Patchwork Geschenkbeutel

Hier ist der Zuschnitt vom Patchwork-Geschenkbeutel:

  • zwei Quadrate dünnes Volumenvlies (im Bild nicht zu sehen) 8,5 x 8,5″
  • insgesamt ...

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November 29, 2017
Definitely Positive Quilt Tutorial from The Cloth Parcel

We hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday!  We thought we might take a minute to just say how much we appreciate all of you for helping to make our company a success.  Sometimes we wonder if the time and energy we spend is worth it, but when we look back at all the things […]

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November 28, 2017
Be the Best Secret Santa EVER!- Quick, easy, projects to make for the holidays! from Art Gallery Fabrics-The Creative Blog

Ho Ho Ho, 

Is it beginning to look a lot like Christmas or what? Thanksgiving is over and I had a blast and in Minnesota but I am happy to be back in warm sunny Florida! I know retail stores have been playing Christmas music for a while now but it is officially Christmas Crunch time in the AGF headquarters! We got our Christmas music on blast and are sewing up projects full of holiday cheer!

We are also getting ready to pick our Secret Santa's for the month of December! This is my favorite tradition at AGF where ...

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November 27, 2017
How I choose a quilting design from Luna Lovequilts

For some projects I settle on the quilting design already during the assembly step. But if I have no particular plan I sketch a few designs before getting into the quilting. I took a few picture to show you my process.
Pour certains projets, je suis déjà fixée sur le design du quilting lors de l'étape d'assemblage. Mais si je n'ai pas d'idée particulière, je dessine quelques possibilités avant de me lancer dans le quilting. J'ai pris quelques photos pour vous montrer ma démarche.

Luna Lovequilts - Detail of hand quilting on my Feux Follets quilt
Detail of the quilting design on my Feux Follets quilt

First ...

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November 22, 2017
AGF Quilt Block Tour of Makers from Charm About You

I was delighted to be invited to join the Art Gallery Fabrics Quilt Block Collection Blog Tour, hosted by the wonderful Sharon of Color Girl Quilts

Art Gallery Fabrics have created a series of video tutorials, the Quilt Block Collection, that teaches you how to make a whole variety of quilt blocks using different techniques. 

I chose a classic quilt block, Spiderweb and used the Arizona After fabric collection by April Rhodes. The way this block comes together is clever and there are just so many possibilities to create completely different looks!

Spiderweb quilt blocks

To begin I separated the fabrics into light ...

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November 21, 2017
Sashiko Subscription Box Beta coming soon! from The Ardent Thread

What is the Sashiko Subscription Box (beta), you ask? The beta part refers to the first box being a limited release which will also come with a feedback questionnaire so you can tell me what you think needs to be improved or what works well. The goal is to have a presentable subscription box that will launch in January with a seasonally appropriate project and/or set of nifty items every month. Prototypes are in the works right now.

Over the past year a few magazines approached me to design projects for them, and I couldn’t do it. I ...

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The Poppies Machine Quilting Tutorial from The Inbox jaunt

  Good Morning, Quilters! Oh the drama of Poppies!  There are very few flowers that have the visual impact of this ornamental flower.  Poppies are a symbol of the fallen soldier on Remembrance Day and they also symbolize peace.  If … Continue reading

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November 20, 2017
Sewing for the Season- Rustic Crossroads Mini Tutorial from Art Gallery Fabrics-The Creative Blog

Hello Makers, 

The ColorFun color of the month is the rich, beautiful rustic orange which usually makes its appearance this time of year in nature and in our home decor! Which is how the Rustic Crossroads mini came to be. This 20" x 20" mini is perfect to use as a center piece for your Thanksgiving table or to make as a large decorative pillow to bring out during the holiday season. Check out Fat quarter shop to find the Rustic Orange bundle to sew yourself some Thanksgiving decor!


Fabrics Used: 

Fabric A- ART-43103-Mahogany Blocks
Fabric B- WAN-13303- Painted Pony ...

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November 16, 2017
How The Flowers Grew – or how I sew Ribbon Flower Blocks from Quilt Obsession

I was at least halfway through making the blocks for the Garden Gone Wild top before I finally realized just how much fun I could have with these blocks as they’re not only all curved piecing, but almost all continuous stitching! I think it was because I began with a ribbon flower block that had pieced “blades” and those that weren’t pieced.  That’s my excuse and I”m sticking with it. Once I identified this sewing sequence, I couldn’t get enough of making them!

Flower Step Onewtmk

The first step – make two sets of six of the centre shapes ...

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