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Down To Sew: Emily's Urban Birthday/Wedding Quilt. This is another family-made quilt for my cousin Emily's wedding gift.

Down To Sew: Emily's Urban Birthday/Wedding Quilt

The pattern is Urban Birthday using Jenny's Quick Curve Ruler. It went together so fast and easy! Temecula Quilt Company: Go Four It. I have been sharing my APQ Quilt Along progress on Instagram.

Temecula Quilt Company: Go Four It

Here are the details in case you would like to join in on the fun. Check out the current issue of. §. §. §. Land.missouriquiltco.com/illusion-block/ Lilly's Wedding Quilt Quotes by Kelly Long. Quilt Label Sayings and Quotes for Memory Quilts.

That girl... That quilt: Half Square Triangles Tutorial {3 ways} In preparation for piecing our blocks for our Chasing Chevrons quilt along, I decided to work ahead and show the three different ways that I make half square triangles {HSTs}.

That girl... That quilt: Half Square Triangles Tutorial {3 ways}

Each way has both pro's and con's and in the end, the method you use relies the most on your cutting, piecing and pressing accuracy. By rolling this tutorial out ahead of time; hopefully you will have time to practice and decide which method works best for you for when it comes time to piece the HSTs for your Chasing Chevrons quilt. Please note, the measurements for these methods and blocks are not the same as the quilt along so don't go getting crazy and start cutting your fabric for the actual quilt. Lots and Lots of Bow-tie Blocks.

I'm back and still trying to settle in properly.

Lots and Lots of Bow-tie Blocks

It feels so odd to leave the routine of my life for a couple weeks and then come home only to view things from a fresh perspective. My youngest sister had an unexpected sewage problem that ended up with some major master bath/laundry room remodeling issues. » Custom Labels for Quilts. The art of creating quilts has again become popular as people realize the beauty that only a custom made quilt can bring.

» Custom Labels for Quilts

Adding custom woven labels to your quilts is the perfect finishing touch.

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Getting settled/Estableciéndonos. Embroidered Quilt Label - Custom Layout. Custom Printed Cotton - Twill Clothing Labels. For those who care about the environment, and want to provide with 'green' labels for their products, or maybe give them a more earthy feel to their presentation, cotton labels are a great choice.

Custom Printed Cotton - Twill Clothing Labels

Available in both Natural or White color, cotton labels feel very soft to the tact and we are confident you will certainly feel very pleased with them. Printed on soft natural cotton with your choice of PMS colors. Bee In My Bonnet Co. Patterns. Product Categories Personalized Labels. Labels by MommieMadeIt by MommieMadeIt. Welcome and thanks for stopping by!

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<a href=" more</a>. </p></div> Help Etsy Cart Close Sign In Using Facebook. Embroidered Quilt Label - Custom Layout. On the Windy Side. How to sew straight lines... Quilt Labels- the Cute and Easy Way! I've had so many questions and comments lately regarding my quilt labels.

Quilt Labels- the Cute and Easy Way!

Make a Quilt Label. As anyone who has ever stitched, admired, or snuggled with a quilt knows, quilting has a history steeped in resourcefulness, storytelling, community, and warmth.

Make a Quilt Label

In honor of National Quilting Month, which marks its 20th anniversary this year, Amy Milne, the director of the Alliance for American Quilts, has penned a how-to project and a call for the importance of labeling quilts (and artworks of all kinds) for the sake of staking a spot in handmade history and taking pride and authorship in your craft. Do you have a quilt that holds a special spot in your heart or family history? Be sure to share your story in the comments below. Quilting Board. Mini Medallion Quilt Tutorial + Sew-Along. Corey Yoder from Little Miss Shabby, is the author of the new book Playful Petals: Learn Simple, Fusible Appliqué. Corey recently shared her Big Stitch Quilting + HST Pillow Top tutorial and we were thrilled when she designed this Mini Medallion Quilt for our Spring Sew-Alongs! This is the first part of Corey’s tutorial; the second set of instructions will follow next week.

Sew in April and May, selecting either our DYO Sampler Quilt or the Mini Medallion. Share progress pics and updates now through May 31 via your blog with a link in the comments below, or share on social media with #dyosampler and #minimedallion. WIP wednesday: gypsy wife update. I’ve made a bit more progress on my Gypsy Wife quilt: I’m afraid I might have been a little too proud of the perfectly protected points on this block: When I say the points are “protected,” I mean the points that face toward the outer edge of the block. See how there is a substantial 1/4 inch surrounding them? That means when the block is joined together with the other blocks, the points will still be nice.

But then this challenging block came along: A Few Scraps. §. §. Mommy by day Crafter by night: La Passacaglia Quilt Pattern. A couple months ago, while I was looking at my instagram feed, I came across the most amazing/crazy/insane quilt pattern I have ever seen. I was so intrigued by it and put it onto my to-do list right away! I love how all of the "cogs" intersect and connect. Amazing!!

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Borders and binding and backs. Blogs. Design or colors. History. Machine quilting. Polish Quilters. Paper piecing. Patterns. Quilt supplies. Trend Report. Needlework, new laminates, and notable trends... by Rhianna White It’s been a few short (very short) weeks since the close of spring Quilt Market in Salt Lake City, and we’ve officially had time to recover (sure...let’s go with that!) , reflect, and review some of the exciting new designers, products, and trends to which we were introduced at the show. While there were some definite surprises on the show floor, much of what we saw appeared to be a continuation of the smaller trends and design themes noted at previous editions of Market—amplified to a larger scale this show. Fads in fabrics While traditional prints remain major players on the fabric stage, it’s the modern prints in vibrant colors that are really stealing the scene.

Still, we couldn’t help but notice that, among those vivid hues, the “gray as a neutral” trend we first mentioned after fall Quilt Market is still in full effect. The Pure Elements Collection from Art Gallery Fabrics. The softer side of laminates U.K. One million stitches … Quilting. The Free Motion Quilting Project. Stitched in Color: {Tutorial} Quilt-As-You-Go Log Cabins.

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Techniques & Tips. Life 4 - Hello Dear, What Did You Do Today? The quilt is now sold. Images of the quilt will shortly be available on tea towels, aprons, cards etc. Please contact Annabel on annabelrainbow@yahoo.com direct if you would like to purchase. Craftsy. The Quilt Index. Double Wedding Ring (ca. 1890) Ind. Jinny Beyer Studio. Quilting, $3.5 billion industry, seeing bolder colors, bling and recycled-bottle batting. Quilting is certainly an art — an art, a craft, a hobby, a pastime, an outlet for creativity, even a form of therapy. But in today's world it is also an industry — an industry that recently returned its annual International Quilt Market to Salt Lake City for a second time and drew hundreds of people from around the world to the Salt Palace.

Not open to the public, the show brought together people in all aspects of the industry, from fabric, thread and notion manufacturers, to book and magazine publishers, quilt shop owners, quilt designers and pattern-makers and more, to give them a chance to see what's new, what's exciting, what's going on in the world of quilting.

Gone are the days when quilting was only a cottage industry, when quilts were only made out of necessity. Today, it is a $3.58 billion industry in the United States with 21.3 million quilters, nationwide. Fourteen percent of U.S. households are home to at least one active quilter. 1. Quilt Industry, August 2014 Market Research & Statistics. Downton Abbey Mystery Quilt Along! « LoveBug Studios. A Wave of Sewing Jobs as Orders Pile Up at U.S. Factories. The issue wasn’t poor demand for the curtains, pillows and other textiles being produced at the factory. Quite the opposite. The owner, the Airtex Design Group, had shifted an increasing amount of its production here from China because customers had been asking for more American-made goods.

The issue was finding workers.