Quick stats: Total submissions: 30 Total countries: 7 Total provinces: 2 Total states: 16 You can click on the photo to view a larger version. Alphabet QuiltBy: Meredith, Massachusetts, USA This pattern was the first I ever made. Now I
I have a confession to make … I’ve never participated in a block of the month (or similar type) quilt project. I know, shock, and I call myself a quilter. Well, that’s about to change, as I’ve committed to two
An important factor to consider when learning how to embroider is your choice of embroidery thread. If you are new to hand embroidery I would recommend that you choose a stranded embroidery cotton, such as DMC. There are lots of
Quick stats: Total submissions: 8 Total countries: 3 Total provinces: 2 Total states: 4 You can click on the photo to view a larger version. A Hole in OneBy: Maria Cherry, North Carolina, USA I made it in 1995 as
Thanks for including me as a guest blogger. My name is Saffron Craig I have been quilting now for about 5 years. Most of my time is spent designing fabrics. I run a small business from my home in Sydney
Yesterday, I dropped off two more charity quilts for Victoria’s Quilts Canada. Last week, their headoffice, located here in Ottawa, received requests for 80 quilts… in one week! They definitely need more quilters. It’s a fabulous organization, if you can
Quick stats: Total submissions: 13 Total countries: 5 Total provinces: 1 Total states: 8 You can click on the photo to view a larger version. All My HeartsBy: CieAngel, Florida, USA This quilt is from a Heart Block Swap. The
One of the most common mistakes that people make when learning how to embroider is that they don’t use an embroidery hoop. And there are others who admit that they have tried to use a hoop but they found it awkward.
Hello! In my day job, I am a machine quilter / teacher / cartoonist / beading designer, so I thought I would share a bit about quilting from a machine quilter perspective. Before I begin, let me say that 99.999%
By: Tammy Gilley Quilts were meant for sharing. I’ve been noodling about quilts. Women who make them. Women who need them. Quilts, especially those that are handcrafted, are really just a giant hug for anyone who wraps one around herself.