Rainbow Scrap Challenge Now is the time that people to start making plans for the new year. In honor of fresh starts, I am organizing a challenge to encourage people to use their scraps. One color theme will be presented each month along with some ideas for using scraps in fun and new ways. I am inviting anyone who would like to play along to try these ideas or some of your own. The plan is simple: comment to let me know that you want to participate in the challenge and I will start a list in the side margin. Already participating in another challenge? How do you get started? fiches patchwork Modèles de patchwork Revenir à l'accueil Courbes ludiques Mosaïque Rideau de porte Jeu de cartes Ronde des bandes Variations sur des bandes Etoile à 8 branches Nine patch décalé Rosace (nouveau) Variations sur des cercles (nouveau) Jeu de couleurs et formes (nouveau) Patchwork six couleurs Fushia en trapunto machine Vol d'oies en 3 D Un nine patch Quilt bébé puzzle Jeux de bandes Patchwork réalisé par le club d'Albias Eventail Une couronne Rideau origami Patchwork fait par les différents clubs La ronde des chapeaux Crayons de couleurs Des grenouilles amusantes Insertion de roses Une maison biscornue Tangram: formes géométriques Redwork pavés opéra Remonter D'autres fiches sont en préparation.
Scrap Quilts - Free Quilt Patterns - Learn How to Make Quilts Generations Quilt Block Patterns Some of the links on this page are affiliate links. If you buy thru them, I receive a small commission—at no extra cost to you. This helps me provide all the free information on this site. Updated August 29, 2017 80K+Save In our free Quilt Block Patterns library (click to skip straight to the blocks) you'll find illustrated directions for cutting and piecing your favorite patchwork block. Not just images, but pictures of the actual block during construction! For the beginning quilter, there are loads of pictures each step of the way and helpful tips for making more accurate blocks. If you've been quilting awhile, the cutting instructions, technique advice and any downloads may be all you need. For even more block designs, I've also included links to some of my favorite quilt block pattern books available from Amazon. The patterns on this site are for your personal use only. Keep it simple You SHOULDN'T HAVE TO buy a specialty ruler or tool to make a single block. That said...
Tips on How to Make a Quilt for Beginners Another UFO done and some more challenges I decided to redo my header and thought I would show you what the actual quilted item was. These were in my UFO pile. I made these placemats about 2 years ago but never finished putting the cluney lace around them. I also spent the day working on the Monochromatic Challenge that Judy is putting on. I am also taking part in her UFO Challenge and since #6 was drawn this is what I hope to finish this month. Then today I found another neat challenge - Rainbow Scrap Challenge by soscrappy.
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Quilt Patterns - Beginner patchwork quilt patterns and quilting lessons Designing quilt patterns using Excel and Paint I use Excel and Paint to design most of my quilt patterns (or the back of an envelope, lol), and someone suggested a post a tutorial on here for how to use them. So here it is! For this, I used Excel 2003. 2007 and 2010 work mostly the same, just things are in different spots. Quilting 101 - Quilt making tips and resources UFO Challenge 2011 | Patchwork Times by Judy Laquidara Many online groups/guilds, as well as real life guilds have UFO Challenges each year. If you’re participating in one of those and wish to do this one too, feel free to deviate from the “rules” here and make it work for you. Really, there are no “rules” but the whole purpose is to end 2011 with less UFOs. Here’s how this one will work. Dig out the UFOs! This sounds harder than it is. As far as definitions, use your own judgment. UFO – Anything you’ve started and not finished. Completed Project – For me, it will mean quilted, bound and ready to be given away or used!
Mitaines au crochet Moi aussi, je les voulais, mes mitaines. J'en ai observé des dizaines, sur Etsy et ailleurs, et bien sûr, pour un week-end où j'aurai le courage de sortir mes quatre aiguilles et mes plus belles torsades, je finirai par faire celles de Knitty. En attendant, je me suis bricolées les miennes, version flemme au crochet. Fournitures environ la moitié d'une pelote de laine noireun crochet N° 3Réalisation On utilise la bonne vieille méthode du crochet en rond, sur la base d'une chainette de 36 mailles en l'air, pour mes petites mains (je prends du "small" pour les Mapa ,-). Voilà, ça doit prendre, hum, à peu près deux heures pour faire la paire.
Designing a quilt with Excel | One million stitches … I didn’t get much sewing done this week; I was too busy doing some much needed deep cleaning and organizing in my house. But in my typical ADD fashion when it comes to quilting, I started a new project that I’m going to call “Rock Garden,” using some Kaffe Fassett fabrics in my stash, combined with a few others I bought at the time to go with them. Because Fassett often uses a lot of bold prints, I really wanted something that would show off the fabric, and I wanted to keep it a simple construction. I like this a lot, but when I saw this beauty (from Modern Quilts Unlimited), I knew I found my project: It’s a pretty easy concept to figure out, but I wanted some help placing the blocks since I plan to make mine bed sized. I had seen a tutorial for designing quilts using Excel awhile back and thought I’d give it a try. All I did was size the row height and column width to match so I’d have squares; in the image above each one would equal two inches finished. I don’t have too much done yet.