By

Betsey Langford
February is National Embroidery Month and we want to celebrate with you! Embroidery is a craft of decorating fabric with needle and thread. What is your flavor of embroidery? Assisi, Blackwork, Canvas, Chicken Scratch, Drawn Thread, Goldwork, Jacobean, Cutwork, Crewel, Brazilian, Needle Lace, Crazy Quilting, Stumpwork, Silk Ribbon, Needle painting, Kutch, Mountmellick, Redwork, Counted Cross...
Please take a few moments and share your embroidery experiences with us. We will come back next week and share the results of the survey along with a beginning hand embroidery guide. If the survey above doesn’t work, please visit the survey here.
Any traditional piecing methods could be used to make the Patchwork Square block. However, this block contains 100 pieces with a lot of seams to match up.
We would like to extend a special thank you to The Decorative Arts Center of Ohio for sending us information about their new exhibit so we can share it with you. “Dazzling,” Award Winning Quilts to Make Debut at  The Decorative Arts Center of Ohio “Circular Abstractions: Bull’s Eye Quilts,” exhibition, curated by quilt-maker and artist,...
Snuggle up with your little one on this adorable nap mat.
School Block Challenge is an annual nationwide quilt block contest and exhibit for students in grades K-12th.
Try Toby's method that turns a blah block into an amazing block using symmetrical fabrics.
Will he see his shadow? Appliqué your very own groundhog and see what he prognosticates.
Get ready for Valentine's Day with strands of adorable hearts!
Juicy Lucy Block from Rock that Quilt Block: Weathervane
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