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Esch House Quilts Connemara: FREE Ireland-Themed Quilt Block Pattern Skill LevelCONFIDENT BEGINNER Finished Block Size12" x 12" Free Quilt Block DownloadDownload a PDF of this FREE Connemara Ireland Quilt Block Pattern. (Problems downloading our PDF? Share your Ireland QBOM block photos on our Flickr® group:Ireland QBOM (Quilt Block of the Month). Click here for all Ireland-themed quilt blocks. Cutting Instructions(cut in order listed)Pink mottled batik (flower petals) 8 squares 2˝ x 2˝White-on-white print (background) 4 squares 3½˝ x 3½˝ 8 rectangles 2˝ x 3½˝ 4 squares 2 3/8˝ x 2 3/8˝ 12 squares 2˝ x 2˝Green mottled batik (leaves) 4 squares 2 3/8˝ x 2 3/8˝ 8 squares 2˝ x 2˝Light green print (leaves) 4 rectangles 2˝ x 3½˝Light pink fairy print (center) 1 square 3½˝ x 3½˝, fussy-cut centering fairy Piecing the Block Draw diagonal line on wrongside of pink 2˝ square. Draw diagonal line on wrong side of white 2 3/8˝ square. Referring to Diagram IV, sew 3 rows using 4 white 2˝ squares, 4 pink/white pieced rectangles, and light pink fairy print 3½˝ square.

The Story of Cain and Abel [historia en español] by Leanne Guenther Sometimes when we read the Bible, we wonder why God cared about some of the things He cared about. The story of Cain and Abel is one of those stories for some people. A long time ago, just after Adam and Eve had to leave the garden of Eden, they were very sad about disobeying God. They asked God how they could show Him how sorry they were. After awhile, Adam and Eve had two sons. Cain was a farmer. Adam and Eve (their mom and dad) told Cain and Abel about the message God gave them that they should sacrifice a lamb to God to show how much they appreciated all He'd done and how sorry they were for their sins. Abel was very concerned that his sacrifice be special to God. Cain thought his little brother was a bit silly for giving up his best lamb. Cain's reasoning sounds pretty good when you first hear it, doesn't it? That could mean only one thing! Cain was jealous! And then the Lord spoke, "Cain, where is your brother." Cain shrugged, "I dunno!

Cathedral Window Quilt Tutorial The Cathedral Window Quilt pattern is gorgeous. The Origami-like folding of fabric, the jewel like tones of the "windows", the layers of fabric and stitching - all combine to create an amazing, complex looking quilt. The reality is that the process is not that hard, and with a little learning and patience, you can do it quite easily. The Cathedral Window quilt is a quilt-as-you-go project, meaning that there is no backing or quilting to be done once you have finished the quilt top. The quilt simply grows and grows as you make it, and once you've done enough squares to be satisfied, it's done. Brilliant. First, a word about materials. This quilt works really well as a charm quilt, so any scraps of cotton prints you have lying around in your stash will be well served by this pattern.....otherwise, you can think about the design a little more if you want. The pattern here is for a 9 inch square, which is folded and pressed into a block which will give you a 3 inch 'window'. xxx

Cross Stitch Block Tutorial // Slice & Insert Method » Pile O Fabric This post is part of the Technique Tutorial Tuesdays Series. Click here to see all of the posts and learn more about the series. Scroll down for tutorial instructions. Back in 2012 I posted the Cross-Stitched Quilt Block tutorial, which I was inspired to post after I made a Cross Stitch Heart Quilt. Since then I have seen some really amazing quilts pop up on Flickr and Instagram using the tutorial. This one I shared with you all a few weeks ago, the Mr. A very special gift wall quilt by LethargicLass (Katy) Cross My Heart Mini by The Hohnstreiter Ohana I want to share with you a quick and easy way to make the Cross Stitch Block in multiple sizes. The Sizes This block could be made in a ton of sizes, but here are the measurements for 10 different sizes. The Instructions Step 1: Cut out one square of the background fabric and two cross strips per the size chart above.Step 2: Cut the square in half diagonally, creating two half square triangles. Step 11: This is a great time to glue baste. Alyssa

Libritos Historias Biblia. A.T. 1 * Libro Grande en el mismo principio A4 tapa frontal Paisaje: Descargar PDF Otra idea: agujeros en árboles de manzana y gelatina de serpiente hilo polo. * Big Book Adam & Eve no tocan Tree Landscape A4 portada: Descargar PDF Adán y Eva no tocan Tree Landscape A4 Contraportada: Descargar PDF Adán y Eva no tocan Tree Landscape A4 Libro Grande: Descargar PDF * Libro Grande Cain & Abel A4 portada Paisaje: Descargar PDF * Big Book Caín ¿Dónde está tu hermano A4 Horizontal portada: Descargar PDF Caín ¿Dónde está tu hermano Landscape A4 Contraportada: Descargar PDF Caín ¿Dónde está tu hermano A4 libro Paisaje grande: Descargar PDF * Big Book God Made abejas A4 Horizontal portada: Descargar PDF Noé construye un barco col Landscape A4 Contraportada: Descargar PDF Noé construye un barco col A4 libro Paisaje grande: Descargar PDF Noé construye un barco b & w Landscape A4 Contraportada: Descargar PDF Noé construye un barco b & w A4 libro Paisaje grande: Descargar PDF Josué y Caleb Color: PDF Folleto Cubierta

A Stellar Block - Quilting In The Rain I hope you all had a wonderful holiday! Thank you to all that participated in my November fabric giveaway - the winner has been drawn and I've emailed them directly. On a different note, here's a block tutorial that will be featured on Sew We Quilt on the 30th - just wanted to share it with you all first! This block is a different take on the cathedral window design and uses only charm squares (pre-cut 5" squares). Materials for 1 block (measures 9.5" x 9.5" finished): four pre-cut 5 inch squaresfour pre-cut 5 inch squares in solid white Step 1 - Start with one printed and one solid white 5 inch square. Step 2 - Take the solid white 5 inch square and fold all four corners inward as shown below. Step 3 - Place the smaller, folded square on top of the printed square as shown below. Step 4 - Since you sewed from corner to corner in the previous step, the sides of the smaller square should be open, almost like little pockets. Do this for all four sides: And there you have it! Happy quilting!

Treasures from Ireland: FREE Irish Quilt Block of the Month Pattern Skill LevelCONFIDENT BEGINNER Finished Block Size12˝ x 12˝ Free Quilt Block DownloadDownload a FREE PDF of this Treasures from Ireland Quilt Block.(Problems downloading our PDF? Check out our troubleshooting tips.) Share your Ireland QBOM block photos on our Flickr® group:Ireland QBOM (Quilt Block of the Month). Click here for all Ireland-themed quilt blocks. Cutting Instructions (cut in order listed)Green mottle (center, geese) 2 squares 3˝ x 3˝, cut in half diagonally 8 rectangles 2 5/8˝ x 4 3/4˝Cream/pink floral (center square) 1 square 3½˝ x 3½˝Pale green mottle (geese backgrounds) 16 squares 2 5/8˝ x 2 5/8˝Green shamrock print (setting triangles) *1 square 8˝ x 8˝, cut in half twice diagonally *2 squares 4¼˝ x 4¼˝, cut in half diagonally*The green shamrock print setting triangles on all edges and corners are cut oversized for subsequent trimming. Piecing the Block Draw diagonal line on wrong side of pale green mottle 2 5/8˝ square. Check out our website for...

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