The bunny is coming… Retro Mama created this great Easter Egg tutorial. These Easter eggs are fat-free, zero calories, and pretty as can be. Have fun making these cuties!
My mom just sent these photos to me in an email … aren’t they just the cutest. I want one!
What a truly wonderful story this is, The centenarian quilter. Emily Harrell has been quilting since she was 8, and she’s now 100. I’m sure we could all learn a few tricks from her. Found via Twitter by @konabayfabrics.
Quilting is a billion-dollar industry where creativity and skill entwine. Seth Doane reports on the booming art form and talks with quilting celebrity, Ricky Tims. Found at the latest member of the Quilting Bloggers directory, Artisan At Heart – Quilting
Here’s a great video from Eleanor Burns, Quilt in a Day on designing a sewing studio. Topics covered include: Proper height of sewing, cutting and ironing tables. Learn how to make a design wall. Transform a farm table into a
Miri has created this adorable Elephant Quilt Block. How cute is this? Perfect for a kid’s quilt. The block finishes at 10″ Download the PDF pattern.
Reeze Hanson has created this gorgeous free Flower BOM project, Midnight Posies. This pattern is a great beginner project and is a wonderful “first quilt” for those who want a pretty throw quilt with simple piecing. The fusible machine-applique border
By: Kim Lapacek I am going to try to break down for everyone the steps I took in making my woven wonder quilt. Unfortunately, I did not take pictures during the process and I have no near plans to recreate
Shawn Bailey from Bailey’s Quilting HeadQuarters made this excellent video on how to make a scrappy Wonky Log Cabin quilt block. She makes it look so easy, and lots of fun too. I’ve never really been inspired to do a
As a fundraiser for The Quilters Hall of Fame July 2009 induction ceremonies of Merikay Waldvogel, Kim Wulfert from Women On Quilts is sponsoring an invitation to women to write a creative story about growing up as a female, between
Please join me in welcoming a Guest Blogger to the Quilting Gallery. Find out how you can be a Guest Blogger. I am honored to be considered for guest blogger on Michele’s blog which I have been following for some
I’m really glad I’m not participating in Judy’s Stash Busting exercise, as I’d be high into the negatives this week. Here are the pretty fabrics I needed to complete projects for Spring Market, that I’ll be attending as an exhibitor.
Just checking out the new Quilter’s Home magazine web site, and came across this point, in the article 23 secrets for stress-free quilting. 8. Needling All needle points aren’t the same, girls. Use sharp, denim, or topstitch needles, which will
Please join me in welcoming a Guest Blogger to the Quilting Gallery. Find out how you can be a Guest Blogger. Thanks Michele for allowing me to share my love of quilts especially antique quilts and quilt history. If this
As promised in my post earlier today, presented below is the large fabric basket tutorial. It comes with a story that I wanted to share with you all. I made quilts for both of my nieces for Christmas. With Lucy’s
Hi all, I decided to take a week off from blogging to let everyone get caught up reading the fabulous guest blogger posts from February. If you’re interested in being a guest blogger, please read the guidelines, then send me
Below is one quilter’s appeal to helping the victims of the Bushfires in Australia. Also check out this web site for other efforts: Handmade Help. Hello, A few days ago, I sat down in my favourite chair, reached out and
… Quilting Bloggers that is to reach 2,500!!! Go invite your friends, please. Have a wonderful Sunday (or Monday if that’s what it is where you are) Michele UPDATE – March 2, 2009: The Quilting Bloggers directory surpassed the 2,500