Oh, Fransson! Today is my stop on the blog tour for the lovely and talented Jennifer Sampou's new fabric collection, Shimmer. Shimmer includes nature-inspired prints in beautiful earth tones, all with a little bit of irridescent, sparkling shimmer. Continue reading "Shimmer Fabric Blog Tour" » I really love the 14" center of the Aviatrix Medallion and I think it looks fantastic as a larger block. For these quilted pillow covers, I used 24" and 20" versions of the block. Continue reading "Aviatrix Pillows" » Oh Joy! I'm excited to announce the launch of the Oh Joy for Nod kids' bedding and decor collection! Inspired by Ruby and her transition to a big girl room, the collection is a limited-edition bedding and home decor line for kids. It includes baby, toddler, and kids' bedding, pillows, lamps, plush toys, rugs, and a curated collection of art to go with it all. The Sundae Best collection is inspired by Ruby's favorite food—ice cream—and how fun it would be to sleep surrounded by your favorite treat.
Happy Quilting: Moroccan Lullaby - A New Finish This morning I a so very excited to share with you my newest finish and it's a big one!!!! I call it Moroccan Lullaby and I so love it!!!! This will be one of my newest patterns and I am hoping to get to teach it soon as well. I was planning on having the pattern ready for today, but life happened, so watch for it coming soon ;) I had so much fun making these giant blocks!!!
Search results for easy triangle method I'm so excited to show you a brand new product that I have designed just for you! I Dance in Circles Making this quilt felt a little bit like dancing. It is full of color and movement, and just the right touch of sexy. But don't be scared of all those curves; I assure you -- not a single pin or template was used in their construction. In case you don't remember me, I'm Tracey; I blog at traceyjay quilts. And for this quilt, I dance in circles.
notes from Terry Ann I had fun last weekend making some little woven baskets out of 2-1/2" batik strips. These baskets are often made out of paper such as magazines, newspaper, maps, potato chip bags etc. but I wanted to use fabric. I used interfacing to stiffen the strips and make them easy to weave. Materials needed: 20 strips 2-1/2" x 21" (I used precut batik strips) Note: One Bali Pop makes four baskets. 40 strips 1/2" x 20" (1/3 yd.) Give Your Quilt That Special Edge With Prairie Point Binding Are you looking for a different way to finish your quilt other than simple binding? Or, have you ever thought your quilt would look wonderful with folded fabric prairie points, but you didn’t quite know how to add them to your quilt? Read on to find out that prairie point binding is not as tricky as it looks, and it’s especially easy with our 10 step method for attaching prairie points! Let’s start by making prairie points There are many different ways to make prairie points, but here are two popular methods using squares.
ps i quilt: impromptu along. if y'all are looking for a fun summer quilt along, my friend, katy is hosting one using my impromptu pattern!!! (click HERE to see the announcement post.) impromptu is a pretty simple quilt to piece, but it's big. like 90 1/2" x 90 1/2" big. and sometimes when you're piecing a quilt that big, you need some extra motivation. insert the impromptu along. so, if you already have your impromptu pattern and fabrics, yayyy. if not, there's still plenty of time. we start on june 1st.
Original Paintbox Blocks Tutorial Here is a quick tutorial on how to make the blocks I used for this quilt. My quilt used 64 blocks -- 32 sets of two. Each block is 6.5" once sewn (7" before). About Bunny Hill Hi, I'm Anne Sutton, owner and designer for Bunny Hill Designs! I've always loved sewing and crafts. I've tried so many I can't count them all! From needlepoint, cross stitch, crocheting, knitting, embroidery, just to mention a few, but when I found applique, I knew I found my passion. Fabric Storage Box – Free Tutorial by Tina Craig + MIssouri Star Quilts I hope you enjoy this little fabric box tutorial. I thought it would be something we could make for teachers to put on their desks or for daycare, etc. A million uses come to mind which makes this tutorial and sewing project incredibly useful – practical. This handy storage box is simple enough to sew up in about an hour, which makes it perfect for a last minute hostess gift too. Fill it with cello-wrapped candy or baked goods!
Fabric Box Tutorial I hope you enjoy this little fabric box tutorial as much as I do. It is simple enough to complete in about an hour, which makes it perfect for a last minute hostess gift. Fill it with candy and you are ready to go! A friend gave me the pattern* a couple of years ago, but after I made the first sample, I lost the pattern!
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