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Learn to make a perfect reverse appliqué Sunburst block with Marti Michell. Marti's method eliminates the bulk that is sometimes a problem with this traditional quilt block.  She shows you how to use freezer paper and simple measurements to make a perfect block every time.
This owl handbag is full of whimsy and rich color choices that will appeal to just about everyone, from the young to the young-at-heart.
Take a look at the photo of Frosty Flakes, Cheryl Lynch’s elegant winter wall hanging, in the December issue of TQL. That picture was actually taken in August, at the home/studio of TQL photographer Gregory Case and his wife/photo stylist Elena Morera. TQL editor Irene Berry and I were there to try our hand at...
Marjorie Rhine designed this block for the background of her quilt, Transformed, which won an honorable mention in the 2009 Hoffman Challenge.
The Quilt Life is here! Click here to take a peek at what you will find inside the December 2012 issue. We added a couple of quilt block patterns for you, too. Still haven’t subscribed, click here!
Batik fabrics enhanced with pretty embellishments make this lovely tablet tote both beautiful and functional.
Moya Hu, the owner of Moya’s Workshop, hosts a popular handmade-themed blog that has had more than 2 million visitors since its inception. She started quilting in 2006 and has already authored two successful books on handmade topics published in the local market. She lives with her cute dog, Bogi, in Taipei, Taiwan. Moya’s Workshop...
One day while attending the Calgary Stampede, it occurred to Agnete Kay that the colorful bandanas typically worn by cowboys and cowgirls (and farmers, of course) have printed designs which could be useful in quiltmaking. The designs are usually symmetrical, and bandanas are available in a variety of patterns including intricate, swirling floral and paisley...
Kimberly Einmo loves to doodle with her mouse while using Electric Quilt 7, her favorite quilt design software. With nothing more than a vague idea in mind, the click of the mouse conjures up all sorts of potential designs. While playing with the traditional T block on the design drawing board, Kimberly found an interesting effect when she...
Have you ever been stymied about what kind of border to use on your circular quilts? Quilt designer Gail Garber is giving you three circular border patterns for you to choose from. She has included the Pointy Dude border, Spiral border, and her Sunrays border. Turn you next circular quilt into something really special with...
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