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Do you have ferns in your yard or on your porch? If they haven’t wilted from the heat of summer, they may be growing healthily in wide green strands out of the pot or across the patio. This week’s quilting pattern, designed by Regina Carter, is like that! Take this fern design and enlarge or...
This pieced quilt is a unique example of tessellating. The block design is visually obscured, and a subtle illusion of curves is created. Although the version shown is done in Japanese and Japanese-style prints, it will look equally fabulous when made from your stash favorites or in any combination of fabrics with light and dark values....
Bring your blooming garden inside! Pam Bono’s STARS IN THE GARDEN pattern for place mats and a table topper combines fusible appliqué with no-template piecing. That means quick construction, and a touch of hand embroidery adds finesse! Click HERE for complete pattern and instructions for STARS IN THE GARDEN! Keep scrolling on the above PDF...
Sometimes not quilting is as important as quilting. Invisible Line is a longarm technique that draws the eye along a line that is not actually there. Channel locks and a basting stitch make invisible line design a cinch! Want to give it a try? To prep the quilting area, using a ruler and chalk, make...
Thanks to Janome for a fun summer project! This appliquéd and embroidered runner has a pillowcase edge, and no binding is required! The center of each block is embroidered with a motif that will fit within a 5″ circle. Two different motif designs are included. One is done on the Janome Horizon Memory Craft 15000,...
Create BOLD & BRIGHT, a 16" x 16" art quilt by Dr. Joyce Mori! It was featured in American Quilter in May 2014.
Here is a tribute to summer and all of its cherry and berry pie goodness!
In the early 1980s while living in Lake Charles, Louisiana, Judy Laquidara was wasting time during her lunch hour when she stumbled across a little quilt shop. In the days and weeks following, she spent many lunch hours (and most of her earnings!) in that little quilt shop. From the purchase of a “longarm” machine...
Gammill presents a fun new project! Chase away the summer doldrums with a new tradition for you and the little ones in your life. Work together on the most colorful, whimsical quilt you (and they) can imagine! Click HERE for Playtime with Gammill: Whimsical Memories.
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