Please join me in welcoming today’s guest blogger Patti Lessell as she shares some insights into her own quilting journey.
It’s voting time!! The theme for this week’s contest is Springtime Renewal quilts. Grab yourself a cup of coffee and a pencil to make note of your faves. You can vote for THREE favourites this weekend.
My postage stamp quilt is almost done!!
It’s voting time!! The theme for this week’s contest is Hexagons and Other English Paper Pieced quilts and other projects. Grab yourself a cup of coffee and a pencil to make note of your faves. You can vote for TWO favourites this weekend.
In today’s Learning Center post, Pat Sloan has invited three guests to share their expertise and experiences in buying a sewing machine.
Anna Branch shares some great tips and practical advice on becoming a quilt pattern designer.
Please join me in welcoming today’s guest blogger Lindy Weber. Her story warms my heart and I’m thrilled to have played a small part in her dreams. Lindy will be a regular guest here as she embarks on her adventure of a lifetime. She’s giving away a beautiful framed piece of her own art work too.
A couple of weeks ago I posted a photo to Facebook with a caption something like “Please tell my mom, or my Nana, that I need a new bed!”. See what my friend Tammy made for him.
It’s voting time!! The theme for this week’s contest is Quilts for Babies. There are many, many fabulous quilts to inspire you. Grab yourself a cup of coffee and a pencil to make note of your faves. You can vote for SEVEN quilts this weekend.
In addition to running this web site, I also have my own web development business. This is the latest site I completed for Bytowne Threads. Quilting Gallery readers can save 10% too.
Please join me in welcoming today’s guest blogger, Scott Hansen of Blue Nickel Studios as he shares with us a bit of his own quilting journey. He’s also giving away a Moda layer cake, see below for details on how to enter his give-away.
It’s voting time!! The theme for this week’s contest is Scrappy Triangle Quilts. There are many fabulous quilts to inspire you.
I read over on Erin Russek’s blog earlier this week, that’s she’s created a gorgeous dresden plate with appliqué pattern and all proceeds from sales are going to help a little girl in her community. I purchased extra copies of Erin’s pattern to give-away to you!
Today’s Learning Center post contains info on some basic quilting tools to get you started, a few reference books, a couple of inexpensive tool ideas and links to standard quilt sizes.
Pokey Bolton sent us a bonus tutorial for making Fabric Collaged Artist Trading Cards. Get started and let your creativity soar!
In today’s Learning Center post, our host Pat Sloan invited several quilters to be her guest and introduce you to various quilting types and styles.
It’s voting time!! The theme for this week’s contest is Quilted Pillows and WOW do we ever have some gorgeous pillows for you to see.
Victoria of Bumble Beans Inc. asked me to participate in her Colourful Interviews series. How well do you know me .. what’s my favourite colour now and what’s my happy colour?
We are going to kick off this month’s Learning Center topic of “Quilting: Back to Basics” with terminology! First off, is it JUST me or do you also wish we had several words for the things the one word ‘Quilt’ means?
Today is my day to share a block with you for Kim’s Home Sweet Home Quilt-Along. My block is called A Home for the Birds and finishes at 12″ square. It is created with fusible web and a machine blanket stitch.