Tutorial Design a Watercolor Quilt Tutorial on Designing a Strip Pieced Watercolor: Rather than re writing this info, here are the links for a 3 part tutorial to create a strip pieced watercolor lap quilt or wall hanging. Part 1 Part 2Part 3Frequently asked questions and posts with answers. Links to posts that may answer your questions or provide the details you need. Stained Glass Dragonflies Kit Stained Glass Dragonflies Kit Designed by Mim Schlabach Finished size without border (approx) 12” x 37.5” These two colorful examples of Stained Glass Dragonflies on a wall-hanging are sure to warm your heart as a reminder of your love of Dragonflies! They appear quickly, often in vibrant colors and love to bask in the sun! America's Quilting History, Quilt Styles and Quilting Myths Travel from Colonial times through the Civil War and theVictorian era up to the 20th century quiltmaking revival. Including the styles that you expect like Baltimore Albumand Crazy Quilts and others that will surprise you. Native American, Black American, Mexican American Hawaiian, Hmong & Amish quiltmaking history. Themes and methods through time including Bible, temperance, feedsack and kit quilts. Discover how researchers have separated fact from myth.The truth can be more interesting than fiction. Links to resources and a search of selected sites.
Manual This public domain document found in the Internet at is presented here only for information and historical purposes. It is not intended to be used as a medical guide of any sort. Medical treatments should always be done under the advice and supervision of a medical doctor. How to Make a Watercolor Quilt What is a Watercolor Quilt? Traditional quilts use different colors and shapes to make patterns. Watercolor quilts use the intensity of the colors and the values (light to dark) to create their patterns. The fabric is usually small squares or strips with brightly colored floral patterns. This post offers a brief description of how to design a watercolor quilt, it assumes that you already know how to make a quilt. Step 1 - Designing
Building Blocks Quilt FAQ Building Blocks Quilt FAQ The Building Blocks pattern and quilt along were launched by Leah and Josh Day in January 2014. For more than ten months, both Leah and Josh shared articles and videos to guide quilters through each step of this fun sampler quilt project. All of the videos have been collected together on this page for you to follow along block by block. These videos will remain online for you to enjoy so you can create your Building Blocks Quilt anytime! To get started, you will need a copy of the Building Blocks Quilt Pattern. Quilt History - A short introduction to period quilting By Lady Sarah Davies c/o Karen Evans 5 Deerfield Drive Easthampton, MA01027 aol.com The word "quilt" summons a host of images: thrifty pioneer housewives piecing elaborate patchworks for their families; album quilts signed by every member of a community as a gift for a departing mayor or pastor, or perhaps raffled for a worthy cause; perhaps even a wholecloth petticoat worn by a colonial dame as she danced with George Washington, or a brightly colored scrap quilt made by a grandmother or aunt during the Depression. The popular image of the quilt is of the quilt is modern, calico, and American.
No Knead Bread: so easy a 4-yr old can make it! Monday, September 10, 2007 No Knead Bread: so easy a 4-yr old can make it! It’s been almost a year since NY Times unveiled the secret to the revolutionary No-Knead Bread. And while fads come and go, this certainly is a recipe that has transcended the fickleness of foodies. Amish Quilting Patterns When you think of Amish quilting patterns, "bold" and "geometric" may be the words that come to mind. These beautiful quilts can be seen on nearly any clothesline in western Pennsylvania and other areas of the country with large Amish populations. Yet, pieced quilts were not made by the Amish until after 1870 because they were considered too worldly. Amish Quilts Evolve
Watermelon Topaz Adult Cuddle Strip Quilt Kit 60 x 72 The Adult Cuddle Strip Quilt is 60" X 72". The incredible soft quilt is made from Shannon Fabrics Cuddle Soft Minkee and is so soft you have to feel it to believe it. Everyone loves to snuggle in these soft quilts. The quilt is based on the basic "Sew and Flip" method where you sew through the back and batting as you attach each strip. When you are finished attaching the strips the quilt is ready to bind.