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Oopsie. Japanese Afternoon Quilt Pattern from Springs Creative. There are currently no images from other crafters. close Terms & Conditions You must enter into this Agreement if you want to submit digital images or other content to Prime Publishing through Sharing Customer Images (the "Service").

Japanese Afternoon Quilt Pattern from Springs Creative

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Quilted Placemats Tutorial

I hope you'll sew up some too! Here is the tutorial for making a singleplacemat and a potholder made in a verysimilar way. As usual, seam allowance is 0.25"unless otherwise noted. Here we go! Cut out 26 pieces of fabric pieces, each measuring1.5" x 3.5". Lay out the pieces of fabric to come upwith 2 sets of panels made with 13 pieces. Sew them together. Fun! Press seams open. Now it's nicely flat! Cut out 13.5" x 13.5" square from white Kona. Sew the patchwork panels to the sides. Press seam open again. Cut out a piece of cotton batting a bit largerthan the top panel, then cut out a piecefrom the same Kona white even larger thanthe cotton batting. Use quilter's basting spray to makethe sandwich nicely attached to each other. Now using a water-soluble pen,draw one line like this in thecenter of the placemat. Just one line should be good enough ;) HollyJolly-Placemat. Fabric Tree Flare. There are currently no images from other crafters. close Terms & Conditions.

Fabric Tree Flare

RosMadeMe: Christmas Tutorials Start Here - Chris's Patchwork Decorations. OK, can you believe four months today Christmas Day will be over?

RosMadeMe: Christmas Tutorials Start Here - Chris's Patchwork Decorations

We started a Christmas countdown at this time last year, so throughout the year I have been collecting ideas (and discarding them, too!) Ready for the fray. In fact I have even prepared my very own Christmas list... more of which later, however Christmas is also about presents and to that end, I have two bow makers which I am going to give away to two lucky winners who post on this post by Friday 29 August 2012. So no more shilly shallying, let's get cracking, you will need: Paper, pencil, protractor (go on you know you can borrow it from your children's new school set... just to see if it works), a ruler and paper scissorsChristmas fabric scrapsPins, needle, thread, dressmaking scissors, small sharp scissorsFish knifeRibbon or hairy stringIron and ironing boardWizard little bowmaker (I will be giving away two, Merry Christmas!)

Now pin the other side to the middle diamond and sew it as above. Repeat for the other side. Samelia's Mum: 12 Days of Christmas Runner - a tutorial. My 12 days of Christmas table runner is complete.

Samelia's Mum: 12 Days of Christmas Runner - a tutorial

It was very easy to make and great for a beginner so I thought I'd show you how I made it. As we're approaching the festive season, I thought I'd make a Christmas one, but it doesn't have to be. You can use any fabrics you like. I started off with a charm pack though all you'd need is 27 x 5" squares of your favourite fabrics. You want to make 3 x 9 patch blocks so swap your squares around until you find combinations you're pleased with and sew those together. Stuffed Star Ornaments. (Orginally published on 11/2/08

Stuffed Star Ornaments

This week we used a broad interpretation of the Unplugged Challenge theme FLAG... and went more Stars and Stripes as inspiration for these Star Ornaments. We had so much fun that even Gammy joined in and made her own. You can visit for her pattern. Tutorial: Fabric Basket. Thanks for those of you who asked for a tutorial on the fabric basket project I updated yesterday!

Tutorial: Fabric Basket

This is gonna be my second tutorial on my this blog. If anything isn't clear, feel free to leave me a comment and ask me for help. Remember that all seam allowances are 1/4" throughout the process, and seam allowances are included in all the fabric pieces used in this tutorial. Coasting Along « Hissyfitz and Honey. Have you ever used a coaster to keep condensation off of your table and found that the water just accumulated on the top of the coaster and when you picked it up all the water just drained off onto the floor?

Coasting Along « Hissyfitz and Honey

Come on, what good was the coaster when you end up having to grab something to wipe it up after all?! How to Sew Oven Mitts. Oven Glove Pattern Homemade oven mitts: a free sewing pattern with step-by-step photos and instructions.

How to Sew Oven Mitts

A sewing pattern for oven gloves is often one of the first projects offered to sewing beginners because it sews up quickly and is fairly easy to make. This free oven mitts sewing pattern is no exception, with lots of photos and simple sewing instructions to follow. Oven Mitt Sewing Instructions: Quilted Placemats Tutorial. A Feathered Nest: Birdie Ornaments. Okay, Ladies - it's October and I didn't really get into Halloween junk this year, although my kids probably wish I had, but I decided to jump right into Christmas stuff.

A Feathered Nest: Birdie Ornaments

I think I'm done with my Peppermint Tree {gasp} and don't be sad, but it had to happen eventually. You knew that, right?! Besides, the candies were all popping out of my garland and I'm bored of peppermint - I'm ready for multi-color!!! {Plus, I need ornaments that a baby can pull off, suck on, and NOT destroy before I have time to rip it from her solid, slobbery grasp.} So here are my newest friends! Lella Boutique: Baby Boy Texture Book. Sew Sunny Homestyle RUCraft. Quality Time: dresden petal handbag - a tutorial. Have a lot of really sweet scraps lying around? Tutorial Tue: Disarmingly Charming Quilted Potholder. Tutorial: Quilted Potholder Have any of you decided to enter Moda Bake Shop’s Contest? I have, but I don’t want to reveal my entry just yet! But I did make a potholder with my leftover fabrics, and although there are about a million potholder tutorials online, I’m going to share this one anyway.

It’s for my little sister Serena, who’s just moved to Alaska with her USAF husband, John. RosMadeMe: The Rustic Domestic Angel - Christmas Tutorial no 14. I know how much time is spent in the kitchen before, during and after Christmas... so here she is, your very own Angel of Domesticity, complete with her apron and ready to go. And if you want to know her name - it's Marion, and she loves a little bit of Welsh rough! You will need: A cup of black tea (the sacrifices I make for you readers as a seasoned tea loather!)

A 12” square of Calico A 6” x 12” piece of cotton ticking and the same again of gingham. 101 Patchwork Patterns by Ruby Short McKim.