Here’s a great idea for hand-made Christmas cards with free template patterns and excellent how-to instructions included. I love the multiple layers, and the use of cross-stitch fabric in the background… I think I have a package somewhere. I love
Here’s a great way to use up some of those string pieces of holiday fabric and make a lovely Christmas Tree Skirt. Once the piece is sewn together and quilted, you’ll cut a circle opening for the tree, and bind.
Here’s a unique Block of the Month quilt pattern, Above the Buffet. The block instructions are detailed and easy to follow. Join Marin & Colusa as this project comes to life, each block at a time.
No doubt, many of us quilters all have this same problem… What to do with our fabric stash? Here are some articles I’ve found on the subject. Organizing your Stash into books Fabric Folding Scrap User’s System! Fabric Stash Organization
Here’s a great Rag Quilt Tutorial with lots of photos and detailed instructions. Jen wrote me to say she’s not much of a quilter, but she loves to cook. I want to make a couple mini ones of these for
Just in time for Halloween, is this cute Pumpkin Mini Quilt created by Phyllis Dobbs. Add some ric rac, buttons and beads and it’s sure to delight all. Finishes at 9 1/2″ square.
Check out this gorgeous table runner designed by Phyllis Dobbs, using her Meow, Meow fabric. Love the beautiful colours. The pattern can easily be adapted to use other fabrics too.
Here is a great video by Eleanor Burns where she shows how to make her crazy quilt and strip stockings. It’s a great way to use up scraps and have fun experimenting with the various stitches on your machine. Here’s
November 15, 2008 – March 1, 2009 Wellington County Museum & Archives RR#1 Fergus, Ontario (Canada) N1M 2W3 0536 County Road 18 Township of Centre Wellington Opening Reception: Friday, November 14, 2008 Discover the beauty and art of quilting in
Please join me in welcoming another Guest Blogger to the Quilting Gallery. If you’re interested in being a Guest Blogger, just drop me an email to discuss. Hello quilters! My name is Chris Dahl, and I am so glad to