Jewel Box Quilt Shibori Style (#102)
There is nothing I like more than a simple quilt pattern that looks complicated. Behold .... the Jewel Box quilt. Shibori is a Jap...
Quilt As-You-Go Made Modern, book Giveaways!
Before I begin, I have to get this off my chest… :-) …A heartfelt thank you to all that support my blog and facebook. I don’t have many quilty-friends (this is honestly my alter-e…
Heartspun Quilts ~ Pam Buda
I'm still sewing away on my Top Secret project, which means I don't have much to share at the moment. Kinda frustrating to tell the truth. I think I will be able to show major progress on my new pattern, Plantation Stars next week which will be fun. But for now....I wanted to share something you might enjoy as much as I do. I'm watching this series on Netflix while I sew and enjoy it immensely. It takes place in New York (and all around the Colonies) in 1776, and is about a cabbage…
Free Pattern - Log Cabin Quilt Block
Sewing a Log Cabin block is fairly easy – just straight sewing. However, it is important to have an accurate 1/4″ seam allowance. For my example, I’m using 2″ strips and squares, but you can use whatever size you like. Traditionally, half of the strips are lighter and half are darker
One quilt block, so many possibilities: day 2, Nine Patch (+ sale) - Stitch This! The Martingale Blog
We’re back with more one-block wonders! Yesterday we showed off the versatility of Snowball blocks. Today we’re talking about what may be the most-made quilt block ever: the humble Nine Patch. From The Blue and The Gray The term “Nine Patch” refers to the tried-and-true quilt block pattern, but did you know it also refers …
Purrfect Stitchers: Photo
My name is LaDawna and I am a crazy cat lady :) My interests are pretty eclectic, I love quilting, embroidery and lots of crafty stuff. I also love books and art. Purrfect Stitchers is the name of my Etsy shop. I have all kinds of handmade quilts, embroidery, sewing supplies and some awesome vintage jewelry. I hope you enjoy my blog. I love everything I post on here and I think that reflects my personality. I'm happy to answer any questions and hear any comments you might have.
1930's Rail Fence Baby Quilt
After making several of these, my 1930's stash has dwindled down to nothingness. How can anyone not love the soft, sweet colors of Aunt Grace (and other) fabrics?
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