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This pretty wallhanging is from the pattern Morning Glisten by Rami Kim.  It features sets of mirror-imaged, beaded, continuous prairie points that are used to create flower blossom bundles and border embellishments.  You’ll have fun and learn how to manipulate your fabric using a traditional technique with a modern twist. Click here to download your...
Dancing Ribbons by Cindy Rounds Richards was inspired by a marble inlaid table.  The completed project  can easily stand alone as a small wall quilt or become the center of a larger quilt. Even though the original was made with Thai Shot silk, quilting weight cottons work well for this quilt. Have fun picking out...
This week’s Quilt of the Week features a quilt by Linda Carlson named Amy’s Wedding Quilt. Linda began making this quilt for her daughter when Amy was only 13 years old. Linda explains how this beautiful quilt was based on an historical pattern from about 1870.  She reinterpreted the pattern and added her own personal...
Quilters kept asking Betty Alderman for more modern patterns, especially flowers, with large pieces that were easy to see and handle. Since  Betty’s  love of flowers equals her love of appliqué, she joyously tackled the challenge. The result is nearly three dozen beautiful appliqué blocks — circle, cross, and heart-shaped wreaths, and pretty little flower baskets....
This adorable wall quilt pattern by Betty Alderman features a delightful tea party complete with a kitty.
Sorry, bad pun, but I couldn’t resist. Back when we were just beginning the April issue of TQL, Ricky confessed his colossal obsession with the Titanic. It was no surprise that his obsession found its way into a quilt. After all, isn’t that what happens when we are totally immersed? I bet you’ve made at...
Celebrate the joys of the growing season with this whimsical garden quilt designed by Amy Cunningham-Waltz. This quilt  is bursting with color and energy. For the flowers, stems and leaves you will need a variety of black and white fabrics, and gray fabrics in medium and light values. For the background, look for a fabric...
This pattern may be copied for personal use only. Please request reprint permission for any other use. Get the pattern here.
Decorate Your Shoes, Create One-of-a-Kind Footwear You can make a fashion statement with your feet – Decorate Your Shoes! You can even make your feet match your quilt! This fun new book by Annemart Berendse contains: Easy directions for 11 fun designs Directions for any style of canvas, vinyl, man made leather or leather shoes....
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