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February 24, 2017
Piecing And Joining Diamond Rows [Tute] from madebychrissied

Piecing and Joining Diamond Rows Tute by

Joining diamonds isn't as straight forward as joining squares.  It sure looks like it should be easy, those straight lines and angled corners line up perfectly ready to sew a 1/4" seam but that's not the case at all.  Let me show you what happens when you sew them together this way and then I'll show you how to line them up so they DO join perfectly.
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Ribbon Dance Quilt Tutorial from The Cutting Table Quilt Blog - A Blog for Quilters by Quilters

Another two for one tutorial!

The next Summer Olympics will take place in 2020. If I start practicing now, I might be ready to compete in my favorite event: ribbon dancing! All I need is a sparkly costume and 20 feet of satin ribbon. Oh, and a bit of superhuman strength & agility. (A girl can dream, right?)

Jenny found another way to show off some HST!

This week, we’re working on The Ribbon Dance Quilt. Click HERE to see how easy it is to create the look of a beautiful, twirling ribbon. This one is gold-medal worthy for sure!

Here is the diagram for Jenny's Ribbon Dance Quilt.

Click the diagram for a free downloadable PDF.

Watch the Latest Tutorial from Missouri Star Quilt Co!

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A Going-to-College Tee Shirt Quilt, with Tee Shirt Batting Tutorial from Gefilte Quilt

Finished in December: A tee-shirt quilt for my college freshman daughter. It's only one semester late!
One of my favorite shirts, because it so sums her up:
And below is the lovely going-to-college tee shirt quilt for my now-23-year-old college graduate son:
Yeah, I haven't made it yet, My son did a lot of sports. Sports bring a tower of tees. He's now in grad school, and probably doesn't realize that he's still waiting for that quilt, which, if I ever make it, may double as a termite tent.

On the other hand, my younger ...

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February 23, 2017
Square on Point Quilt Tutorial from Patchwork Posse

This past Christmas I had decided to use the flannel layer cakes that I had picked up last year at Spring Quilt Market.
They were super yummy and such a great deal.
Looking at the packs and trying to keep it simple I decided I only wanted to use the layer cakes + the quilt backing.
That’s it.
No border.
No sashing.
Simple and quick.
However, I couldn’t just sew the blocks straight across and together (I could, but did want to make them a little bit funner).
So- I made a few different quilts, all starting with the ...

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February 21, 2017
Creative Quilt Displays from Podunk Pretties

 With each passing day spring is getting closer. We've really no reason to complain here in Podunk.  Our winter has been very mild with about 4 inches of snow all season.  The temperatures have been just as mild rarely getting below freezing.  The only thing we've had to endure is mud, gray cloudy days and the lack of happy colors in our landscape.  Unless you consider multiple shades of brown to be happy colors.  In order to beat the winter blahs I try to keep things light and colorful in the studio.  The last couple of weeks have ...

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I Spy Quilt Block Video Tutorial from Patchwork Posse

The I spy quilt block (also referred to as the eye spy quilt block) is really a quick and simple quilt block.  It’s one that I’ve used a few times.

It’s a very forgiving quilt block as the points are lost in the process….not because you sewed them wrong!

The fun thing about the quilt block is that your conversation or spy fabric is going to be in the center of the block and will be surrounded by your background.  When you sew your blocks together, the centers will be on point- giving your quilt even ...

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Replacing Worn Quilt Blocks [Technique] from madebychrissied

Remember this quilt?  I made it way back in 2013 for my husband - who had been complaining for some time that I hadn't made him a quilt when "even the dog's got two".  So I finally made him his own quilt using his 100% cotton shirts and some linen shirts and trousers.
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February 20, 2017
Friendship Love - Sew Sweet Bee blocks from A Quilting Sheep

My mail box has been very busy! Here are the Friendship Love blocks that have arrived so far. =) You can find the tutorial for the Friendship Love block on this post. When they all get here, I will get a picture of them all together and decide what other colors I need to add. This quilt will be darling!

From Missy @ Missy's Homemaking Adventures. Isn't the pink heart darling! Cuteness!

Kimmy @ Kimmy Kitty Creations generously sent me three blocks and a mug rug. I had the hardest time opening the package because it was wrapped so beautifully! 

Elaine ...

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February 19, 2017
Friendship Love - A tutorial from A Quilting Sheep

For the last three years, I have been part of an online bee called Sew Sweet Bee. February is my turn to be Queen Bee. =) This is the block I have asked for them to make for me. It's simply a friendship star with a heart in the middle. Easy! 

Here is the tutorial for a 12" finished block.

From the colored fabric you will need: 
 (2) 5" squares
 (2) 2 ½" squares 
(4) 1" squares 

From the background fabric you will need:
(2) 5" squares
(4) 4 ½" squares
(2) 2 ½" x 4 ½" rectangles 

 Make 4 ...

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Tutorial: Strawberry Thief Hearts Quilt from Craft Gossip

The hearts in this quilt show off to perfection The Strawberry Thief fabric collection. The blog by the same name shares detailed instructions on how to make the blocks. The heart shape is pieced, not appliqued, and I have to say, it’s a straightforward easy-to-construct method. All that to say, don’t shy away if you’re a beginner.

Also, they do offer a kit that would include only Strawberry Thief fabrics. And as a Liberty of London lover, particularly this collection, this is a marvelous idea, if you can afford it. If not, no worries. Make a dive ...

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February 18, 2017
Let's Quilt It - A Valentine and Giveaway For You! from Karen's Quilts, Crows, & Cardinals

Greetings quilty friends...

I'm excited to share a Free Motion Quilting
recipe on the Moda Bake Shop today.
We start with a little

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February 17, 2017
Dresden Plate tutorial from The Crafty Quilter

If I’m not mistaken, Dresden Plate quilt blocks are making a comeback.  Maybe they never left! They were really popular back in the 20’s and 30’s, and I’m glad to see them being made with more variations

Today, I’ll share a tutorial to make a Chunky Dresden Plate that was used in my Enchanted Baby Quilt.  It’s really easy and fun to make!

Learn how to make a Chunky Dresden Plate with this tutorial from Julie @ The Crafty Quilter

Enchanted Baby Quilt using the Chunky Dresden Plate Tutorial @ The Crafty Quilter


Most Dresden plates are made with an 18 degree wedge ruler that requires 20 blades to form a full circle.  The math goes like this:  18 x 20 = 360 degrees.

My ...

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Kölle Alaaf – die Narrenkappe from Lalala Patchwork, Quilting, and More

Den kommenden Samstag machen mein Mann und ich einen Kurztrip zum Bodensee, wir sind dort zu einer Karnevalsparty eingeladen. Erst diese Woche fing ich nun an mir Gedanken um ein Kostüm zu machen, denn es besteht Kostümzwang mit einem Motto. In der Einladung steht: Ideenbehinderte setzten sich bitte eine Narrenkappe auf. Mit meiner Narrenkappe komme […]

Der Beitrag Kölle Alaaf – die Narrenkappe erschien zuerst auf lalala-patchwork.

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February 15, 2017
Quilt Snips Mini Tutorial – Checkered Lattice from The Cutting Table Quilt Blog - A Blog for Quilters by Quilters

Another fun spin on half square triangles! Check it out!

Create this fun block with a Layer Cake (10″ squares), and two Honey Buns (1.5″ strips) of contrasting colors! Can you say, “SEW much fun”?! Watch the full tutorial and get your supplies HERE!


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Mini Wednesday from Ravelly1

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February 14, 2017
Sew Crafty - Heart Pillow Tutorial from Art Gallery Fabrics-The Creative Blog

Hey there awesome makers!

Since Valentine's day has arrived, I wanted to inspire you to make an awesome gift of your quilty friends! I can't get enough of the pinks and pastel colors in Wonderful Things fabrics by Bonnie Christine so I decided to use her fabric collection to create this quick project I fell in love with. Today, I will teach you how to make a heart pillow in few steps. This project is a great way to add a little love to your decor or like I mentioned before, it's a nice way of showing ...

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February 13, 2017
DIY Sew Crafty Heart Block Video Tutorial from Art Gallery Fabrics-The Creative Blog

Happy Valentines Everyone,

Valentine's Day is around the corner and I am feeling the love! Join me in making a scrappy quarter log cabin heart block! It makes for a perfect scrap buster project! It turned out so cute I couldn't just make one! I used pink and peach shades from our Pure Elements collection and prints from Wonderful Things fabric by Bonnie Christine

Click on the video below to follow along! 


Lots of Love, 





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February 11, 2017
Tutorial: ‘Love Within’ heart block from Craft Gossip

Michele, (aka Mishka) of the Quilting Gallery, did a guest post at Craftsy blog showing how to make this quilt block. The contrasting hearts in red and turquoise make a visual impact I never get tired of seeing. Plus, as she points out, this is a good scrap buster project. This 12 inch finished block would be a good make for Valentine’s Day or any day you want to celebrate the loves in your life.

Click the link below to get the tutorial.

Love Within: A FREE Quilt Block Tutorial for Your Valentine, by Michele

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Infinity Scarf from Lily Patch Quilts

I am still working on using up my small yarn stash. I have one ball of this pretty purple variegated yarn from Deborah Norville. I was going to knit a long scarf but I couldn't find anymore of this yarn at the store so I turned it into an infinity scarf. It was just the right length for it. 


This type of stitching is called the Seafoam stitch and works up really quick. At first it looks like a mess because of all of yarn overs that I had to drop but I just kept on knitting away and ...

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February 10, 2017
Freezer paper quarter circle tutorial from Luna Lovequilts

Sometimes I am in the mood for improv quarter circles as I did for my Déconstruction quilt.
Parfois j'ai envie de quart de cercles improvisés comme je l'ai fait dans mon quilt Déconstruction.

Luna Lovequilts - Improv quarter circle

But depending on the style I want for my quilt design I choose to make accurate quarter circles. There are a few techniques to sew quarter circles. Machine or hand piecing as well as machine or hand appliqué. The best technique for me is the hand appliqué using freezer paper. I used it for my 66° Nord quilt and I have at the moment some ...

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