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Red Pepper Quilts D.I.Y. « ohmygoodknits! By Lisa Gutierrez on 03/08/2011 Here is a gallery of the patterns/tutorials featured on this blog. Some posts will lead you to other websites (mainly posts I’ve writted for the Craftsy Knitting blog) and a couple were written by guests. Click on the image for the pattern/tutorial you want to view! Most of my patterns/tutorials are free for personal use. Crochet Doily Blankets Photoshop Actions & Printables Patterns are for personal use only unless otherwise stated. Most of these patterns/tutorials are available for free.

WhatTheCraft.com – Your one-stop destination for D.I.Y. tutorials, tips, and supplies Moda Bake Shop Happy Quilting: Scrappy Rainbow Star Tutorial Well I finished my bee block and decided to take some photo's along the way :) This is a great block to bust some of those scraps and who doesn't love working with rainbows :) Enjoy! To start - You will need some white yardage and scraps sorted by color. Shown is my red pile, but you will need a pile of red, pink, purple, blue, aqua, green, yellow, and orange :) We'll start by cutting squares from our yardage. And now you are ready to start building some scrappy blocks. Now time to start adding. Once again, create a new straight line and add a new piece. Also remember, don't bother trimming pieces as soon as you have added them. And lastly, if you find you have a long line you want to add to but want to keep the scrappy look, you can always sew 2 scraps together first and then add it to the straight line created. Just keep making straight lines and adding until you have at least a 5 1/2" x 5 1/2" squares. Once your block is large enough, cut a 5 1/2" x 5 1/2" square from it.

Diary of a Quilter - a quilt blog diy :: using porcelain paint pens {valentine’s plate} you know i always talk about my next creative endeavor? well, i can assure you, this will be it! {tea for two and fine} it always amazes me when i find a new craft, it’s like how did i survive without knowing this? {diy painted porcelain} and the best part is? {busybeeson} {porcelain decoration tutorial} think about all the possibilities- plates, bowls, mugs, subway tiles, coasters, pitchers… i have a set of plain ‘ol porcelain plates just waiting to be doodled on! wrap up: {art} {craft} {customize} {diy} {doodle} {paint pen} {porcelain} {project}

Sewing Machine Troubleshooting to Solve Sewing Machine Problems and Knotting Thread How many times have you been in the middle of a project and your trusted sewing machine has decided it doesn't want to sew? The fun part of sewing is completing our creative inspiration, not fighting the machine! Many times it is a very simple problem that we overlooked while absorbed in our project. Here is a simple checklist for machine problems. Many things vary by machine and this list is not a complete guide to your sewing machine. Skipped stitches The most likely cause for you machine to skip stitches is the machine needle.

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