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American Jane 9 Patch Baby Quilt | Made with a charm pack of… | Flickr

Made with fabrics from American Jane's line Peas & Carrots. The border is Kona Orange, backing is an orange pezzy print, and binding is from Fox Trails line of fabric by Doohicky Designs. I pieced and quilted it in Aurifil 50 wt thread and hand quilted in the border with DMC perle cotton in size 8. The binding is hand stitched to the front with Aurifil 28 wt. thread. Size is 36" by 44" and batting is Warm & Natural. Blogged at coraquilts.blogspot.ca/2013/07/american-jane-tumbler-baby...

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I’ve been planning to make a barn quilt since we first took down the old barn to rebuild on our property (in 2012). What can I say? It takes a long time to see some of my plans come to fruition. But oh … I think it was worth the wait. Come ON? I’m doing a happy […]

Learn how to piece the easy and versatile Windmill quilt block. Photo tutorial from NewQuilters.com. #quilting, #piecingquiltblocks, #quiltingforbeginners

Learn how to piece the easy and versatile Windmill quilt block. Photo tutorial from NewQuilters.com. #quilting, #piecingquiltblocks, #quiltingforbeginners

Sew'n Wild Oaks Quilting Blog: A Gorgeous Heritage Quilt

Hello Everyone, I love to receive emails and pictures from quilters around the country who've made my patterns. When I opened this email f...

Temecula Quilt Company: Scavenger Hunt Sew Along - Row Six

* C l u e S i x * Temecula’s history is deep in the past, and Butterfield Blues is sure to make it last. The log cabin block has stood the test of time, and these special ones are a favorite of mine. * H i n t * Make 24 Log Cabin blocks using cutting instructions on page 67 and assembly instructions on page 68-69 of Returning to Temecula. Additional Pieces - cut as follows: from dark prints - 2 strips, 1" x 4" from light prints - 2 strips, 1" x 4" Assemble Row Six using diagram above, add…