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Here is a beautiful quilting pattern to use in your projects from designer and author Helen Squire.
Bet you smiled when you read Jennifer Rounds’s story about making a quilt that her college-bound son might actually permit her to give him (“Invisible Hug” in the April TQL). She shares the pattern as well, and you just may want to make one of these quilts for someone you love to take to school...
If you’ve read the newest (April) issue of TQL, you know about the old quilt I bought at the antiques mall. Barbara Brackman’s Encyclopedia of Pieced Quilt Patterns showed a pattern sort of, but not quite, like the block in my quilt, and called it Crossroads. That still seemed like only one piece of information....
This floral table topper designed by Pam Bono will be lovely in any decor. Fusible appliqué and template-free piecing make this project quick and easy, while hand embroidery adds a special touch. Click here for the corrected PDF of Stars in the Garden Placemats & Table Topper patterns by Pam Bono!
This DVD by Kathy McNeil will show you how to make nine different bird blocks while learning five different methods of appliqué. The DVD includes: turning edges with sizing/starch, needle turn, freezer paper, raw-edge appliqué, and machine appliqué. Watch a demonstration creating a little nest of thread embellishment. Learn how to shade your pictorial objects...
World Music is made with quilt-as-you-go construction.The basic block design is a variation on a Drunkard’s Path block, using a “quilt, cut, flip, and reattach” technique for the basic block. Click here to download your Free Pattern.
Cheryl Arkinson and Amanda Jean Nyberg are one of the perfect combos we feature in the February TQL. The modern quilters met online, and they didn’t actually meet in person until after they’d written a book together. And without ever being in the same room (or the same city, or even the same country), they...
This pretty pattern was designed by Cindy Vermillion Hamilton. The central medallion is reminiscent of  the layout of an English garden. You’ll get both the pattern and quilting motifs to make your own delightful quilt. Click here to download the Free pattern. Click here to download the quilting motifs.
Tree of Life designs have been adapted to surface decorations for centuries. Betty Alderman’s design features an updated black and white color palette, although you can use any colors you wish. You’ll get Betty’s article plus the pattern so that you can make your own Tree of  Life quilt. Click here to download your Free...
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