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To Diane S. Hire, the word APP could only mean APPliqué! Even the most reluctant appliquér won’t hesitate to jump in and try one of Dianne’s 14 stylized floral designs in this new book from AQS Publishing. Who can resist an invitation to interpret a design in any way you wish AND in every way...
Cathy Wiggins, an award-winning quilter, author, and teacher, used her Fabric Paint by Number technique to create this Roses 44” x 44” quilt. Gorgeous shading is achieved with subtle fabric variations. Using fusible web and a fine-tip marker, you’ll simply “paint by number” with your fabrics using Cathy’s diagram. The technique is adaptable to many...
Here’s an in-depth video that explains the T-Shirt quiltmaking process! Enjoy this digital class from Trish Bowman, author of Easy Memorabilia Quilts: Ties, T-Shirts, Photos and More. “Use the right tools,” Trish says, as she gives terrific assembly tips and creative ideas in this t-shirt quiltmaking lesson. It’s a 20-minute video with lots of examples....
Piecing a complex block with set-in seams and pivots is often easier to accomplish by hand than by machine. Candy Goff’s 16″ Brilliant Cut block is complete with templates, cutting requirements, and hand-piecing hints. You’ll enjoy the relaxing art of hand-piecing and the result will be…brilliant! Picture this on a small round table in fall or...
Jane Sassaman puts personality prints into basic blocks, uses minimal piecing, and turns them into graphically bold quilt masterpieces. In her book, Patchwork Sassaman Style, Jane shows readers her innovative process step by step, using vibrant color photos and detailed, easy-to-follow ‘recipes.’ She calls them recipes because you’re free to add or take out anything...
Make the beautiful River Trees Quilt using the River Trees block by Jan Magee.
Here’s a pattern inspired by the very first issue of The Quilt Life! Alex Anderson and Ricky Tims held their first TQL Cook-Off in April, 2010.
Chimney Sweep Block from Ann Hazelwood’s book “The Funeral Parlor Quilt.”
Carolina Lily Block from Ann Hazelwood’s book “The Potting Shed Quilt.”
Here’s a project that’s a little different for autumn – and the kids can help.
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