I am so looking forward to seeing and hearing about other quilters and patchworkers work. I shall show what I am up to and share wherever I can Warm regards Dee
Is that the sweet smell of cookies coming from your kitchen? If so, invite us over already! If not, well, do forgive us...we've got cookies on the brain, after interviewing designer Elizabeth Hartman, whose new book, The Practical Guide to Patchwork: New Basics for the Modern Quiltmaker (October...
Our project is well on it's way and we're all enthusiastically contributing to the cause. We've cut 6 1/2 inch squares of flannel and are making them 72 x 90, so as you can guess, they're pretty good sized quilts! We think the fun part is seeing how we each decided to arrange our blocks...
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Mon, Nov 8 2010
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While I was jammed in US thanks to Eyjafjallajökull I had opporunity to visit a very nice quilt shop is Grayslake, IL... " QUILT PLAY " here the video where my friend Shelley MacGregor welcomes me in her amazing location
Long Arm - 1st prize Claudia Pfeil Cordoba"
Part 3 is the ‘Birds in the Air’ pieced block with appliqué… your making 2 identical units for Part 3. Here is the first colorway that I’m making my quilt in The Meadow Breeze Part 3 unit And how it looks in the layout! And a 2 nd colorway! I mocked up the 2 nd colorway...
Hi this is Pat Sloan! I know you’ve been waiting for Part 2 of Meadow Breeze!! “Meadow Breeze” is a 9 part Mystery Block of the month. The quilt is both appliqué and pieced and finished to a 36″ square.. perfect to hang on the wall or use as an accent on a nice big table...
I designed "Meadow Breeze" as a Mystery Block of the month. The quilt is both appliqué and pieced and finished to a 36" square.. perfect to hang on the wall or use as an accent on a nice big table! This is our first block, the heart. I really love asymmetrical appliqué and...
What happens when a great Italian thread maker joins forces with a bold American quilter? You get thread with a passion . Mark Lipinski
Pat’s starter box of colors is perfect to begin your collection of appliqué threads. Pat Sloan Quilt and fabric designer, author and lecturer
By hand or by machine, Lana adds that homespun touch to all your folk art and country wool projects …Marianne Byrne Folk art and country quilt designer, The Cinnamon Patch
From beginning to end, by machine or hand, my threads give the perfect touch to any project! Edyta Sitar.Moda fabric designer and pattern designer for Laundry Basket Quilts