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August 19, 2017
Picked By Jen - Two-hand Casserole Pot Holder from Patterns by Jen

This Picked By Jen is from Hey Lets Make Stuff

You can find the pattern and tutorial here: The Easy-Sew Two-Handed Casserole Pot Holder.

This really is a quick and easy sew and makes a great gift. In fact this Picked By Jen came about because my husband requested some like his mom's. Since his birthday was yesterday I thought it would be the perfect time to whip it up.

The instructions are easy to follow, but definitely take the time to cut slowly. I was in a hurry and my cuts weren't exactly equal. I made my ...

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August 17, 2017
Modern Handcraft now on Youtube! from Modern Handcraft

Hi friends! I have been a little MIA from the blog these days, but great news – I am making some of my more popular tutorials into Youtube videos for you to enjoy! As a visual learner myself, I love […]

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August 16, 2017
Hello Jane Teacher Tote from Sew Incredibly Crazy

If you are looking for 
a fun little tote for a special teacher
or one for yourself, 
I made a little tutorial 
for Thermoweb showing you 
how to do it.  

I used these adorable fabrics
by Windham Fabrics.

They are a fun touch of vintage.
The fabric line is Hello Jane.

I decided to use the purple prints for this 
cutie with a touch of green. 
I quilted it with Aurifil #1243.

      I also used cork for the bottom of the tote.
It was the first time that I used this material for any project.
It is so fashion forward ...

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August 15, 2017
Applique letters with fusible web --- "draw on the fabric" method from A Beautiful Day - O Zi Frumoasa

Letters applique is one of the easiest methods to create something from almost nothing in no time.
Placing a monogram, a meaningful word or a name on a pouch, pillow cover, or quilt is a creative and fast way to transform a common object into a special one. 


Usually, when using fusible web the main applique steps are these:

1. Print out the letters of the size that you like.
2. Reverse the printed sheets with letters and tape them on a window or light screen. You need to reverse the letter so it reads the correct way on the ...

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August 13, 2017
Wave Tuck Pillows from I like to Quiltblog

Also Kissen mit Stehfalten.
 habe ich eine tolle Anleitung dafür gefunden.

Viele Streifen schneiden, zusammen nähen und gaaanz viel Bügeln.

Schwarz oder Grau, ich konnte mich nicht entscheiden und habe gleich 2 Kissen genäht,
und brauche ich mich auch jetzt nicht festlegen welches mir am besten gefällt ;-) 

 Neues Blogdesign!

 Ja ich hatte Lust auf Veränderung,
Blogger bietet ja so viele verschiedene Designs an, 
da fiel mir die Entscheidung nicht leicht.
Jetzt teste ich erstmal dieses Design 
und eigentlich ist es auch gar nicht so viel anders als vorher,
einfach das Menu-Icon oben ...

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August 11, 2017
Make Sweet Petunias Quilt With Jenny! from The Cutting Table Quilt Blog - A Blog for Quilters by Quilters

Learn to make this fun Petunias Quilt!

Petunias are the unsung hero of the flower garden. Those vibrant petals and long-lasting blooms adorn my yard with color all summer long. Of course, as fall draws near, my petunias tend to look a little “long-in-the-tooth,” and by first frost, they’re ready to be retired.

Watch as Jenny shows you how to create this darling Sweet Petunias Quilt!

If you’re looking for a petunia that can stand the test of time, today is your lucky day! Jenny is stitching up an everlasting garden of simple blooms in our newest tutorial, Sweet Petunias. Click HERE now to watch!

Here is an easy break down of the Sweet Petunias Quilt, follow the links to watch the tutorial!

Click the above image to view the FREE PDF Download of this tutorial ...

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August 9, 2017
Coney Island Pillow from Amy Made That

Hello, Friends!
If you're like me, you don't have a lot of free time
for sewing, especially in the summertime.
Pillows are a great project,
because they're both practical and pretty...
a smart way to use precious time!

I made this particular pillow with a mini charm pack
of Coney Island, by Fig Tree Quilts for Moda.

The colors and prints capture summer's
carefree moments perfectly.

When it came time to choose the backing,
this apple green solid caught my eye.

This little ...

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August 8, 2017
Back To School Blog Hop Introduction from Quilt in Piece

Back To School Blog Hop Introduction Post So what is next in the calendar of big events? We will be going back to school…. wait what?! Yes! We are going back to basics with sewing and quilting tips and tutorials. Our host for this event is Sam Hunter from Hunters Design Studio Sam has collected and amazing group of people who will be helping you along the way.  There will be a variety of topics from machine cleaning, threading, paper piecing, piecing, applique, binding, fabric storage, tools and just so much more. I can’t wait to see what everyone ...

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August 7, 2017
Ruler Anxiety from Lisa H Calle's Blog

If I’m repeating myself it’s because what I’m about to say may be a little important.

That being said, the #1 question I am asked is:

“What rulers should I start with since I don’t own a single one?”

 Answer to the most asked question:

Hands down, you MUST have a straight edge.  BUT, don’t waste your time or money purchasing the biggest one out there, bigger isn’t always better.   I suggest getting a ruler that fits comfortably in your hand, because let’s face it if you can’t maneuver the tool easily ...

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I Love Home-Block One and a Giveaway! from The Inbox jaunt

  Good Afternoon, Quilters! Welcome to all the quilters joining us from the I Love Home blog hop! Today is the first day of the Jacquelynne Steves Block of the month project.  There are eight quilters participating–a great chance to … Continue reading

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August 4, 2017
Carry Case Tutorial for a Featherweight from Patchwork Posse

Long story short– I am a big yard sale shopper….however lately I haven’t been going….sad, I know.

Many, many years ago I picked up a Featherweight.  It got a little love at the first, but then I kind of just set it aside until I was reminded that I have one and need to use it at sewing retreats or days with friends.

I got it out, tinkered for a bit and it’s running very nicely now.  However– My carry box for my featherweight is a little worn. In fact.

The handle is a little on ...

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August 3, 2017
All Things Mini- Sunset Rays Mini Quilt Tutorial from Art Gallery Fabrics-The Creative Blog

Hi There, 

How is everyone enjoying their summer? It gets so hot in South Florida that I tend to be spending my weekends indoors at the movies, shopping, and sewing! There are two things I love most about sewing. First is COLOR, and second is making quick, fun, rewarding projects. If your anything like me you are going to love that we decided to celebrate our love for color by using the ColorFUN color of the month to create a mini of the month.  

The Sunset Rays Mini was made with fabrics from the Tangerine ColorFUN bundle. I also mixed ...

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Paper Piecing Tips- How to Make a Crossed Canoes Block from Art Gallery Fabrics-The Creative Blog

Hello Makers, 

Ready to take your quilting projects to a whole new level? For the next addition to the AGF Quilt Block Collection we will be making the Crossed Canoes Block featuring Le Vintage Chic fabrics. Paper piecing can be so much fun but a little nerve racking if you have never done it before but don't worry by  the end of this video you will have accomplished the basics in paper piecing and will be way on your way to becoming a expert. 

Le Vintage Chic fabrics was such a beautiful choice for this block with modern fabrics ...

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July 28, 2017
Handmade Fish Toss Game with Fabric Bucket from Patchwork Posse

It’s a toss game and way super easy to sew up and play with the kiddos.  Pack all the little fishies in their bucket for a picnic game.

The fabric used was from the Breezy Batiks Collection. I loved, loved sewing with this fabric.  The prints are fun and don’t get me started on the colors! I don’t use batik fabric too often, but when I do I love them!

Handmade Fish Toss Game with a Fabric Bucket

Summer of fun fish toss game! This in the instructions for the bag and the fish. Love them both! What a fun idea.


The handmade fish toss game can be sewn however you like.  Matching fish –like 3 per person so you ...

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July 27, 2017
IT'S CHRISTMAS......... from Smiles From Kate

and my stop on the 12 Days of Christmas in July Blog Hop hosted by the lovely and very generous Sarah @Confessions of a Fabric Addict.  There are the most wonderful giveaways on this hop (and I'm not talking charm packs), and Sarah is giving instructions for a new quilt, you'll find all the details at the end of the post.

So now, without any further ado (unusual I admit) is my contribution to the hop...........

It's Christmas

and it's partner, the second of the matching pair............

I Believe

We all love cushions (pillows) and they ...

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July 26, 2017
Phliippians 4:4 Part 2. Patrick's Strength. Glue Basting Tutorial. Book Date. from Faith, Trust and Breast Cancer

Philippians 4:4 Part 2
Part 1

Application con't.
Yesterday we defined rejoice, joy and noted the section in red. Joy - and the ability to rejoice always - comes from God!  

I certainly could not have rejoiced through many of my challenges without Him!  I remember when we discussed 
joy and Philippians 2:11.  His joy is our strength.

To the best of our abilities,
let us not grieve
past hurts,
present challenges
future fears.  

Let us draw on God's joy 
so that we may be 
healed from past hurts,
strengthened to face present challenges
have ...

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July 25, 2017
marmalade quilt--the beginning from Crazy Mom Quilts

Last weekend I had the opportunity to retreat with some of my friends at our annual Gruber's retreat. I believe that this was year 8! I'm so thankful for good friends from all over the country who were brought together through the internet and our common love of quilting! We have expanded our retreat to a 5 day stretch--what a treat that is! It still goes too fast. :)
My main project for this retreat, other than my pincushion a day (of course!), was to work on this quilt! I opened up a much loved (and hoarded) layer cake ...

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The Open Leaf with Spiral-Machine Quilting Tutorial from The Inbox jaunt

Good Morning, Quilters! Today we are going to review one of the earliest motifs offered here at The Inbox Jaunt–it is a “fan favorite”–The Open leaf with Spiral. Last week we looked at Four Secrets to Better Spirals HERE This … Continue reading

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July 24, 2017
Winter in July- How to Make a Winterberry Block from Art Gallery Fabrics-The Creative Blog

Hello fabric friends, 

Who is ready for Christmas? Christmas is my favorite season and I am so excited for the release of AGF's first holiday collection called Little Town. Since it is the middle of summer I decided to create a quilt block a bit more summery. The Winterberry Block was such a fun make that I plan to create a whole quilt just with this block! 


Make sure to download a copy of the Winterberry Block instructions and follow along with the video below! 

Nothing would make me happier then to see all of your beautiful creations so ...

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July 21, 2017
Journal Cover Tutorial from Butterfly Threads

If you click HERE you will find the step by step tutorial I wrote for this fast and fun journal cover. I've made many journal covers over the years, and this one is my favorite because it has a closure and a pen pocket. What else could you want in journal cover?


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