Atkinson Designs: “Tag Along Tote” Project: Tag Along Tote designed by Terry Atkinson, featuring “Urban Couture” fabrics by Basic Grey.
Click here for bag pattern. Click here for fabric collection. Finished Size: 7” x 8” x 2” Skill Level: Confident Beginner Techniques: Free Motion Quilting Binding Basic Bag Construction Useful Supplies: Machinger’s Quilter’s Gloves (click here) Fusible Fleece (click here & here) Aurifil 28 weight thread for machine quilting, top-stitching, and bag construction. Project Description: The pattern states: “For a fast fashion statement, make this tote in your favorite colors. I’ve made a lot of bags lately, and some pattern designers clearly stand apart from the crowd.
I love the way this little bag comes together. Also, the fabric requirements are simple. Disclaimer: This blog is meant to illustrate the ease of bag construction, and demonstrate some useful tips. Let’s get started… Dresden Plate Quilting. It has been a busy week (3 days of volunteering).
I am hoping to finish machine quilting the Dresden Plate quilt on Saturday. There are 12 feathered wreathes all quilted and the scalloped edge around the Dresden Plates. Notes from Terry Ann. Hollyhock Quilts. Fresh Cut Quilts Pattern Co. A stitch in dye. Quilt in a Day - Quilting Fabric, Quilt Patterns, Quilt Books, Quilt Rulers and Quilting Supplies by Eleanor Burns. Quiltville's Quips & Snips!! Butternut Street. Patchwork Times by Judy Laquidara. My Quilted World. Cattails & Clover Charming Thursday Winner.
Congrats to Lisa Marie - you're the winner of the Charming Thursday Cattails & Clover charm pack and pattern.
There's only one more edition of Charming Thursday this week, then the grand finale begins on Thanksgiving Day with the most charming giveaway of all: over 1200 KT 5" charm squares - one of every fabric so far! You'll have 2 weeks to comment. What a great Christmas present to yourself! Yesterday, I reintroduced several projects we're now offering as single patterns from previous books or quilt shop exclusive clubs. Today, I have a few more for you - Wildflower Baskets Charm, Pinwheels in my Garden Charm,Twinkling Stars and Flowers by the Cabin. Flowers by the Cabin is a former KT Stash Society favorite.
On traditional log cabin blocks. Twinkling Stars is another KT Stash project. Simple little baskets make good use of a charm pack for a spring wall quilt to brighten up your entry. Pinwheels and a pieced border offer the perfect background for fused and raw edge (heck, on any block!) My Blog by Eleanor Burns « Eleanor Burns – Strip Quilter. My son Orion has been after me for months to start a blog but since I had no idea of what a “blog” was, I was reluctant.
I saw the movie “Julie & Julia” and finally understood what it meant to “blog”. This is my very first one so please bear with me, I’m not sure what to write about so I may ramble. For so many years my whole life has revolved around quilting and I wouldn’t have it any other way! I love the creative process and figuring out how to make things easier.
It is a real learning experience and I am loving every minute of it. Orion just gave me my calendar for the first part of the new year and I am already overwhelmed! I enjoy staying close to home a lot more these days so I can be with my 2 grandchildren. Guess I better get back to work. Happy quilting, enjoy the ride! Rag Quilts. Here's my first rag quilt I made about 3 years ago.
It's made of dusty/muted colored flannel, raw silk and chenille fabric. I like this texture combination, both visually and the way it feels on my lap. It's a bit heavier, but, I like it that way-so cozy in the morning while reading my favorite magazine or book. It just feels good. For a first time quilter, especially teenagers or children, making a rag quilt is a great option. Blackbird Designs - One stitch at a time.