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  • Total submissions: 67
  • Total countries: 9
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  • Total states: 22

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4Birds 4Birds
By: TrischP,
Kansas, USA

I made the three improv blocks at a workshop using Echino fabric that was leftover from recovering a chair. I played with the blocks for quite a while before I came up with the idea for the background.

Quilt size: width: 27" height: 39"

A nation Divided A nation Divided
By: Joyce Scaggs,
Missouri, USA

“150 years since our “CIVIL WAR”
top-underground RR blocks (safe house & go south w/ 2 blocks depicted in one block) & US Am flag

middle- border state flags ,Cherokee & Qauntrill and an appliqued Eagle.

bottom- Cot quilt BL., Confederate flag & a block that spoke of Sherman’s march across

Quilt size: width: 42" height: 42"

A Pearl for Me A Pearl for Me
By: Sberrymum,
New Zealand

This was made to celebrate 30 years for my local guild (Rose City Quilters). The sand is formed with rectangular shapes (Gloria Loughman style) and the sea is painted. Oyster shells were made with brown paper bags, the sea sponge from a French knitted length of wool (over-dyed).

Quilt size: width: 19" height: 39"

A Promise of Spring A Promise of Spring
By: Heather,
Ontario, Canada

This was made for a challenge from Northcott Fabrics. While I didn’t win, I did have fun making it and pushing myself to try machine quilting. It is now on loan to my dentist and is hanging in his office.

Quilt size: width: 32" height: 32"

Appalachian Beauty Appalachian Beauty
By: Sharon Elliot,
South Africa

My first attempt at wall art. Original pattern from Bigfork Bay Cotton Co. I played with the colors and decided to do something different and use only tones of pink. It was a fun project to do.

Quilt size: width: 24.5" height: 27"

baby rattles baby rattles
By: beaquilter,
North Carolina, USA

Baby rattles, a quilt I designed in EQ and foundation pieced using Riley Blake vintage baby fabrics. May have seen this in McCall’s magazine :)

Quilt size: width: 48" height: 48"

Basket Of Flaowers Basket Of Flaowers
By: Rita McCart,
Missouri, USA

I found this old 6″ pattern in a junk store, thought it would be cool to make a huge one for this contest.
I added the multi colored border to bring in and accentuate the colors in the urn.
This is my first time quilting like this! I think I did an excellent job!! :)

Quilt size: width: 33.5" height: 33.5"

Bear Lake Bear Lake
By: Nellie,
Tennessee, USA

If you’ve ever walked to the far side of Bear Lake in the Rocky Mountain National Park, you’ll recognize this view. For a number of years I had in mind to create an art quilt about my beloved Colorado and this was it.

Quilt size: width: 45" height: 34"

Beginning to Bud Beginning to Bud
By: Heather Gunter,
Missouri, USA

Originally a guild challenge quilt with the theme “3Bs,” members were challenged to create a wallhanging using a green batik (given), 3 or more buttons (mine are layered), and another B word (budding flower design). Hand quilted and based off of a design by Debbie Mumm.

Quilt size: width: 14" height: 36"

Bekah's landscape Bekah’s landscape
By: Mary Ellen,
New York, USAtarget=”_blank”>thestarryhomecrafter

I was challenged to make a landscape quilt and I decided to do it from my cat’s point of view. I used hand dyed fabrics and hand quilted bugs onto the sky.

Quilt size: width: 23" height: 18"

Blocks boxes Blocks boxes
By: Lies Bos-Varkevisser,

I love quilts with an extra. In this case the 3D-effect. Made in a complimentary color scheme. I designed the quilt myself. The drawing was made on isometric paper.

Quilt size: width: 23" height: 27"

Blooming Aussies Blooming Aussies
By: Sue Preece,

Once I saw this Australian native floral fabric range I fell in love with it and so did my husband! I chose to free motion outline all the flowers to highlight them using embroidery thread.

Quilt size: width: 39" height: 39"

Blue Pomegranate Blue Pomegranate
By: Bunny,
Ontario, Canada

This is a pattern by Esther Aliu It is in Australian Patchwork and Quilting Vol.19 No.3. I belong to Esther’s Yahoo list and one of the gals on our list made one and I loved it. I found the magazine on eBay. It was red in the magazine but I am a blue person so I made it in blue.

Quilt size: width: 22″" height: 26″"

Bubble Bubble
By: Ina van Engen,

This quilt i made after receiving a piece of lace made by a patient.I’m a RN and nursed this very creative woman who suffered from a stroke.
Not being able to design and make anything she so loved,we enjoyed talking about techniques and everything that has to do with fabric.

Quilt size: width: 19" height: 41"

Chasing Rainbows Chasing Rainbows
By: Linda Byrd,
Texas, USA

I like to make quilts using even the smallest scrap of fabric. I pieced this string quilt on a muslin foundation and arranged the blocks to form a star. The name of the quilt was inspired by the Goose Chase border surrounding the rainbow colors of the quilt.

Quilt size: width: 50" height: 50"

Cinco de Yellow Cinco de Yellow
By: Vicki in MN,
Minnesota, USA

My inspiration for this quilt was Angela Walters-I took her machine quilting modern class last year and love her style of quilting. The pattern for this quilt was a freebie on her website and I used fills from her class/book for the quilting designs.

Quilt size: width: 38" height: 38"

Circle on a circle in a circle, round and round by round Circle on a circle in a circle, round and round by round
By: maritm,

This is a wall hanging that I made in connection with an online course on Quilt University. The course was called “going in circles” by Leslie Lacika. It was a extremely creative process and fun. The quilt is made ​​from bali fabrics, beads, felt balls and some washers from the hardware

Quilt size: width: 12" height: 24"

Cobblestone Cobblestone
By: Barbara Kemp,
Ontario, Canada

Civil War fabric and wool applique. I want to make several minature quilts for the wall by our hall stairs.

Quilt size: width: 18" height: 18"

Come to the Water Come to the Water
By: Elaine,
California, USA

I took a Rob Appell workshop and this was the end result. it was a gift to my DIL for her birthday. It is appliqued with heavy quilting.

Quilt size: width: 42" height: 42"

Curvy points Curvy points
By: Angelahen,
United Kingdom

This is my first art quilt. I have used curved piecing techniques to assemble the quilt. It has then been heavily quilted both by hand and by machine.

Quilt size: width: 17" height: 29"

Dragon Fly Quilt Dragon Fly Quilt
By: Lynn,
Oregon, USA

This is reverse Applique. When I got the pattern I was just learning Needle Turn Applique now I love it. It was quilted by a good friend of mine.

Quilt size: width: 24" height: 36"

Dresden Plate Dresden Plate
By: grumil,
Bosnia and Herzegovina

For this project I chose the most beautiful materials which I had. I wanted to do something special for the largest fabric store in our city, as a sample of my work. People in the shop are fantastic responded to my offer to work with them and my work.My Wall hanging is still with them!

Quilt size: width: 16" height: 16"

Dutch Windmill and Flower Field Hanging Dutch Windmill and Flower Field Hanging
By: Yvonne Bamlett,
Alberta, Canada

This is what I think the fields of colourful spring flowers in Holland would look like, with the huge windmill as a backdrop. The windmill and sails are all appliqued. The border sashing is mauve and pink tulips.

Quilt size: width: 21" height: 27"

Elephant Elephant
By: Flo @ Butterfly Quilting,
Saskatchewan, Canada

I fell in love with this amazing image of the charging elephant, and the vibrant colours of the sunset.
This is my imaginary African Safari!

Quilt size: width: 36" height: 30"

Fishy Wall Hanging Fishy Wall Hanging
By: Rhianon Taylor,
United Kingdom

This was made to use up my batik scraps. Decided to do the fish and seahorse blocks to break up the string blocks. I used transfer foils to add shimmer. It is my own design and is free motion quilted on my domestic machine.

Quilt size: width: 43" height: 47"

Flight to New York Flight to New York
By: Mary L,
Kansas, USA

New York Beauty Blocks made as part of a group challenge. My original border.

Quilt size: width: 36" height: 36"

Flying Fish School Flying Fish School
By: Karen H,
Ontario, Canada

This is a challenge & one of the three fabrics was goldfish. I turned them into birds hence the name Flying Fish. The centre of the quilt is a school of fish fry made only of challenge fabrics. I added blues & whte. Soon the fry will soear above the waves like the othersi! Close-ups are on my blog

Quilt size: width: 28.5" height: 28.5"

Garden hexagon wallhanging Garden hexagon wallhanging
By: Helen Meppem,

I loved making little hexagons and got the inspiration from Janette Huff’s book “Quilts from Grandmother’s Garden”. I have it hanging on the wall under a special little shelf my husband made for me. I am into gardening as well so it suited me.

Quilt size: width: 14.5" height: 16.5"

Girls' Night Out Girls’ Night Out
By: Barb@Witsend,
Ontario, Canada

I made this quilt for my sister, from a kit she bought. It was originally called the Ninepatcher-Family Reunion by Mickey Depre, but I made all the Nine Patches girls so we call it Girls’ Night Out. If you look closely you can see they are all wearing crystal jewelry.

Quilt size: width: 32" height: 39"

Gone Fishing Gone Fishing
By: Quiltingranny,
Washington, USA

I made this wall hanging several years ago for my husbands home office wall. I tea died the main fabric, placed our names inside the heart, used an old shirt of hubbies for the overalls and fabric paint to outline the sun, water and fish. I found the pattern in an older quilting magazine.

Quilt size: width: 11" height: 13"

greens and reds greens and reds
By: jane,
United Kingdom

This is a quilt that I made for a baby going into a cotbed for the first time.

I chose the red’s and greens to reflect the colours of tulips and grass that grow so rich and lush here. The black lines are the field wall’s that separate the farmers areas along the mountains.

Quilt size: width: 34" height: 54"

Heart Wallhanging Heart Wallhanging
By: Norma,
California, USA

This pattern was reduced down to a wall hanging by a local quilt shop. It hangs in my bedroom and always makes me smile in the morning, I love the pretty colors. I finished on Feb 13; just in time for Valentine’s Day!

Quilt size: width: 32" height: 39"

Hearts, Hearts, Hearts! Hearts, Hearts, Hearts!
By: dawn,
Illinois, USA

I made this wall hanging after stitching these cute hearts that I found on the blog, Kviltstina back in 2010. I was new to blogging and quickly become engrossed by all the inspiration. I hadn’t stitched anything in a very long time and I had never included stitchery in a quilt before.

Quilt size: width: 24" height: 18.5"

Hexagon Break Hexagon Break
By: Karen Klamczynski,
Utah, USA

This quilt has hand-made double hexagons appliqued onto a whole cloth background. These are my first hexagons; each has a layer of batting inside. I free-motion quilted around the hexagons with my home machine, quilting “ribbons” and different fillers. I love the look of the batik double-hexies!

Quilt size: width: 21" height: 27"

Hillside Village Hillside Village
By: Nancy Rogers,
Massachusetts, USA

I made this quilt during a trip to the beach with quilting friends in 2011. It is from Flavin Glover’s book A New Look at Log Cabin Quilts (I think that’s the name, I don’t have the book any more.) It was fun to make and took MANY 1″ strips of different fabrics.

Quilt size: width: 37" height: 37"

Improvo Tulip Improvo Tulip
By: debble,
Pennsylvania, USA

This was my first attempt at both improvisational piecing and free motion feathers. It is completed without a binding.

Quilt size: width: 19" height: 26"

In the Garden of Good and WeEvil In the Garden of Good and WeEvil
By: Lynn Provencher,
Florida, USA

Quilt designed for Project Quilting – the challenge was to create something from page 28 of a random publication. I chose a gardening catalog. That page featured bugs, pests and plant diseases. Yikes!!! Free form pieced carrots and appliqued ‘friends’. I had a blast!

Quilt size: width: 33" height: 22"

Jacaranda Tree Jacaranda Tree
By: Jennifer Houlden,
Ontario, Canada

While we lived in Outback South Australia my husband photographed a lone tree in the Outback. As I created this piece was inspired by the purple jacaranda flowers and the peeling bark on the gum trees in the town we lived in. I’m also a huge fan of Bargello and use them to build depth in my quilts.

Quilt size: width: 37" height: 51"

Lady in red Lady in red
By: Turid Bakken,

I made this for a TV auction for charity. I don’t know who is the owner now, but I know that they got a nice sum of money for it.

Quilt size: width: 9" height: 17"

By: Linda Douglas,
Montana, USA

“Little Red Bird Quilt” is a 20″ square Wall Hanging of Red and White cotton fabrics machined pieced and top stitched with hand Redwork Embroidery of the little bird. It was so fun to make and will be gifted to a friend.

Quilt size: width: 20" height: 20"

Metamorphosis Metamorphosis
By: Krista,
Ontario, Canada

This quilt was inspired by Escher’s “Metamorphosis” drawing. I designed it in black and white, morphing from triangles through diamons to hexagons. One block of each shape was highlighted in red, for added visual interest.

Quilt size: width: 40" height: 30"

MIgrating geese MIgrating geese
By: Christa,
Saskatchewan, Canada

Ever since I went to International Quilt Festival in Chicago I have loved compasses. I love how the geese are trying to find their direction while swirling around the compass!!

Quilt size: width: 30" height: 40"

Morning Glow Morning Glow
By: Marie Joerger,
New Hampshire, USA

The quilt was created for a challenge for my art group – The Creative Conglomeration and was my first attempt at Cathedral Windows. I made 2 identical quilts then cut them to use in the ‘windows.’ It turned out much more involved than I thought :) but then these creative challenges usually do!

Quilt size: width: 15" height: 15"

My Husband's Valentine My Husband’s Valentine
By: Newbie Jen,
California, USA

I made this wall hanging for my husband for Valentine’s Day this year. The heart is pieced using both precise curves (top) and improv curves (the bottom). I also free motion quilted the lyrics to a song we played at our wedding, “I love you more today than yesterday” in my own handwriting.

Quilt size: width: 22" height: 22"

ocean eddies ocean eddies
By: Diane,
New Jersey, USA

I made this quilt when taking Daphne Greig’s Ripless Paper Piecing class. When Daphne saw the colors I picked she said that they reminded her of modern quilts. I searched for more info about modern quilting on the internet. I found a whole community with my quilting aesthetic and never new existed!

Quilt size: width: 25" height: 25"

Once Upon a Time Once Upon a Time
By: Kathy Gentry,
Illinois, USA

This quilt was a birthday present for my 4-year-old granddaughter, Julia. It is all hand appliqued and hand quilted. The pattern is from a book entitled “Once Upon a Time” by Bonnie Kaster and Virginia Athey. The pattern is actually called “Cinderella”.

Quilt size: width: 39" height: 28"

Our Wild Lilies Our Wild Lilies
By: Jenny in NZ,
New Zealand

A design by Adrienne Walker called Starlit that I fell in love with, these lilies grow wild in marshland around Northland and although beautiful can be very invasive.
It has hung in our bedroom for the last 4 years since I completed it.

Quilt size: width: 40" height: 52"

Reindeer Games Reindeer Games
By: Patti,
Saskatchewan, Canada

This paper pieced wall hanging is made with Oakshott shot cottons. The pattern is from Amy@ During Quiet Times.
I did some straight line quilting through each block. Bound with a black and white stripe fabric.

Quilt size: width: 16" height: 24"

River's frogs and dragonflies River’s frogs and dragonflies
By: Bonnie Coleman,
Florida, USA

River’s wall hanging quilt was made for my nieces little girl.. Her nursery theme was frogs and dragonflies. I embroidered the blocks using Anita Goodesign’s spring curls designs. I designed the quilt in EQ 7. The quilt can be used as a playmat or hung in her room..

Quilt size: width: 46" height: 46"

Roaming the Hills Roaming the Hills
By: Karey Hardesty,
Texas, USA

A landscape quilt with a 3D buffalo bordered with barb wire.

Quilt size: width: 36" height: 25"

Seas the Day Seas the Day
By: Anita in Florida,
Florida, USA

This was a quilt I made for a Doll Quilt Swap. I really love how it turned out. It is all raw edge applique.

Quilt size: width: 16" height: 16"

Self-Made Man Self-Made Man
By: Glenda Penner,
British Columbia, Canada

Original design. Machine pieced, hand appliqued, hand quilted. A rugged, weathered settler and draft horse toil in silhouette against the pieced and plaid backdrop of a Canadian homestead. Some of the plaid fabrics used are from shirts worn by my father (1924-2010) and my father-in-law(1902-1983)

Quilt size: width: 19" height: 16"

Sheep Sheep
By: Joy Morgan,
United Kingdom

Quite a few years old, but always much admired. My Sheep wallhanging was loosely based on an old quilt pattern I had, which sadly I can no longer find.
The sheep themselves I made from a wooly fleece type of fabric.
The quilt is stitched mainly using freemotion quilting.

Quilt size: width: 15" height: 25"

Shokaku (Flying Cranes) Shokaku (Flying Cranes)
By: Beret Nelson,
Alaska, USA

I have a wildlife photographer friend who allows me to use his photos for my quilts, (sparkyphotos.com) which has been lots of fun!

Quilt size: width: 40" height: 32"

So Romantic! So Romantic!
By: Jennifer Schifano Thomas,
North Carolina, USA

This is my first of two Improved Nine Patch quilts I am making. It has yet to be quilted, but I already have a special spot for it to hang in my studio when it is complete. I love it – it’s So Romantic!

Quilt size: width: 32" height: 32"

Steampunk Rainbow Steampunk Rainbow
By: Teri Emerson,
North Carolina, USA

Original design modern art cogs & shapes. Includes various quilt techniques. There is a 3D moving zipper element with 3D quilt ID tag, paper-pieced flying guess circle, plus hand & machine applique with text fabric. Made as a gift for a man, the look is masculine, modern, contemporary & colorful.

Quilt size: width: 24" height: 24"

summer summer
By: tricia scott,
Pennsylvania, USA

Applique bird house with bird, bee, lady bug, and turtle. Flowers made from tiny yoyo’s and beads for centers

Quilt size: width: 16" height: 20"

Summer Lovin Summer Lovin
By: Lea Brummett,
Indiana, USA

Summer Lovin was made for my quilting studio. The applique pattern is Miss Kelley, by Erin Russek. I changed the border to a inner scalloped border. Fusible raw edge applique for the center. Invisifil 100wt thread was used for blanket stitch around the applique and for the quilting.

Quilt size: width: 35" height: 35"

Sunrise Twister Sunrise Twister
By: Lee Franklin,
Florida, USA

This was made in a class at my guild, from a charm pack. I’m happy with the results.

Quilt size: width: 25" height: 30"

The Lincoln Home The Lincoln Home
By: Homesewn by Carolyn,
New Hampshire, USA

The Lincoln Home is a quilt I made as a thank you to the people who took care of my grandmother. I made it from their brochure.

Quilt size: width: 40" height: 25"

By: Jean,
Ohio, USA

This is a wall hanging with over 100 pieces appliqued on a pieced background. It has hand embroidery as well. It is machine quilted. I made 6 of these one Christmas and gave 5 of them for gifts. They were the first to finish on my new sewing machine.

Quilt size: width: 48" height: 48"

The Wizard of OZ The Wizard of OZ
By: Nina,
Virginia, USA

The Wizard of Oz is my favorite movie. I used a panel of images from the movie and arranged them in order of the story with “filmstrip” borders. One of my favorite quotes is at the bottom.

Quilt size: width: 21" height: 37"

Thimbleberries Tisket a Tasket Thimbleberries Tisket a Tasket
By: Tina,
Florida, USA

BOM Pattern By Bunny Hill Designs. I Made This Wallhanging With My Thimbleberries Bee For Our Year Project. It Was Challenging To Find The Right Thimbleberries Fabric.

Quilt size: width: 37" height: 47"

Tree wall hanging Tree wall hanging
By: Marelize,
South Africa

This quilt was inspired by a photo I’ve seen in a magazine (can’t recall which). I chose free motion quilting designs inspired by nature from The Free Motion Quilting Project with Leah Day

Quilt size: width: 26" height: 26"

Trilliums Trilliums
By: Ruth Quinn,
Ontario, Canada

Took a class to learn how to make an art quilt. Used my own picture and here is the finished result.

Quilt size: width: 15" height: 20"

Underground 150 Underground 150
By: Dianna Rush,
United Kingdom

This quilt celebrates the 150 year of the London underground. I looked at lots of designs and images and found many circles in the imagery. So I settled on this as the focus. I used colours of some of the tube lines. The circle represents the many tunnels covered by the trains running underground.

Quilt size: width: 30" height: 30"

Word Salad Word Salad
By: Purdygirlpeg,
Washington, USA

A work-in-progress made from the quilt pattern in Shannon Mullen’s “Your Space.”

I will be quilting the project with machine-embroidered words inspired by the colors of the fabrics interpreted with an organic/gardening theme: orange, beet, avocado, radish, lettuce, etc.

Quilt size: width: 36" height: 42"

Quilted Wall Hangings

209 thoughts on “Quilted Wall Hangings

  • April 29, 2013 at 4:38 pm

    One tool I have purchased recently, albeit for a gift, was the 6.5 x 12.5 inch ruler by Creative Designs. I find it the PERFECT ruler for just about everything after the initial cutting is over. I use it ALL the time for paper piecing as the 1/4 inch line is clearly visible. I use it to do my sub cuts. I use it ALL THE TIME. This ruler has everything a quilter could need and is the PERFECT gift for a quilter.

  • April 29, 2013 at 4:39 pm

    Love the broken star pattern. Pat

  • April 29, 2013 at 4:44 pm

    I won an Eleanor Burns goose ruler and I would recommd it. Thanks for a chance to win Marie’s new book. I have read the Cobblestone Quilts series and loved them all.

  • April 29, 2013 at 4:46 pm

    I bought a purple thang and I’ve used it every day since helping guide fabric under the presser foot, pushing out little corners when something has to be turned inside out – loads of uses.

  • April 29, 2013 at 5:04 pm

    I got a flying geese ruler that is a large triangle with markings on each corner to ell you where to cut. I have tried to use it and have not been able to figure it out so NO I would not recommend it.

  • April 29, 2013 at 5:05 pm

    I purchased a new seam ripper..seems like I use it more than I’d like to.

  • April 29, 2013 at 5:06 pm

    I love using the Clover wonder clips when doing my bindings.

  • April 29, 2013 at 5:30 pm

    Water-erasable marking pen for hand-applique or for any kind of markings on the right-side of fabric. Test before using!

  • April 29, 2013 at 5:50 pm

    I LOVE the new Pin Pal Magnetic Pin Catcher. You wear it around the neck of your shirt by putting the large decorative part of the magnet on the front of your shirt and the other behind. As you need pins or take them out, you “wear” them and know right where they are. Best of all, they are always with you!

  • April 29, 2013 at 5:51 pm

    I bought a couple of Pat Sloan’s Sullivan Edge rulers. They help to keep the rotary cutter sharp. It fixed one of my blades. Thanks for the giveaway.

  • April 29, 2013 at 6:12 pm

    I purchased the Clover Clips to use when I sew binding. They work great & it is so easy to get a quarter inch width all around.

  • April 29, 2013 at 6:29 pm

    I purchased a Clover needle-threader, but have not yet used it. Thanks for a wonderful weekly quilt show!

  • April 29, 2013 at 6:29 pm

    I just bought a stiletto and have not tried it yet. I hear it is a must have for sewing curves

  • April 29, 2013 at 6:38 pm

    I just bought the Angle Ruler for making HST’s. I think, but I’m not sure yet, that I like it better than any other method.

    Would love to win this book. Thanks.

  • April 29, 2013 at 6:51 pm

    An 8 1/2″ x 24″ ruler. Works great for strip cutting fat quarters.

  • April 29, 2013 at 6:53 pm

    I’ve not really bought any tools recently, but I’d love to try a flying geese ruler.

  • April 29, 2013 at 7:14 pm

    The last notion
    lil’ twister
    everyone needs a tesselating ruler for fun

  • April 29, 2013 at 7:17 pm

    wordpress said I entered my comment too fast!

    Here goes again
    Please enter me into the giveaway for a copy of her book.
    Latest notion, and everyone should have a fun tessalating gizmo, is a Lil Twister tool.

  • April 29, 2013 at 7:56 pm

    I purchased the Hunter’s Star Rapid Fire ruler. I haven’t used it yet. My mother and I are going to learn to use it together when she visits in the next few days for a couple of weeks.

  • April 29, 2013 at 8:07 pm

    Like a few others here I purchased a new seam ripper. It is a must have for every quilter/sewer but I seem to wear mine out and they go blunt!!

  • April 29, 2013 at 8:43 pm

    Recent purchase (why didn’t I do this years’ ago!!!!)
    Easy Angle and Easy Angle II rulers are most wonderful for cutting 1/2 sq and 1/4 sq triangles!!!

  • April 29, 2013 at 9:02 pm

    I have the mini wonderclips. They are fantastic because the stay clamped on no matter how much I move the quilt.

  • April 29, 2013 at 9:05 pm

    Just today I bought Marti Michell’s one-patch template for the windmill block. Haven’t had time to use it but it sure looks like fun. Her directions are wonderful

  • April 29, 2013 at 9:09 pm

    I bought a little container of “Thread Heaven” at a quilt show. I was so happy to find the product.

  • April 29, 2013 at 9:25 pm

    Like others, I, too, love the little red Clover Clips. I’m a tool girl, so I’m always on the lookout for a great new tool. My latest favourite – and the most efficient one I’ve used in ages is the Rapid Fire Hunter Star ruler. It makes piecing a table runner or quilt top so efficient, easy and fun – and the results in precision work are excellent! This little ruler helps create the trapezoid pieces – and then is just dead-on in helping you square them up to the desired block size. Your project will go together so quickly – and slickly – you’ll be amazed! I love this little ruler!

  • April 29, 2013 at 9:34 pm

    I love the “Wacker” It looks sort of like a hammer, you give your thick seam 2 shots of steam with your iron and 2 wacks with the “Wacker” and your seam is flat as a pancake!!

  • April 29, 2013 at 10:03 pm

    Seam ripper! A definite must have!

  • April 29, 2013 at 10:34 pm

    My most recent quilting notion purchase was 3 different colored pencils. Very valuable to be able to use it on different colored fabrics.

  • April 29, 2013 at 10:45 pm

    I purchased the Qtools Cutting edge notion. It has helped me cut accurately and quickly.

  • April 29, 2013 at 11:05 pm

    The most important piece of equipment that I have purchased lately is a good solid sewing machine.

  • April 29, 2013 at 11:13 pm

    Bought and used Crayola washable markers to mark a quilt top for machine quilting. Not a speck of marker left after machine washing!!

  • April 29, 2013 at 11:16 pm

    I just purchased a Machine Seam Gauge from Dritz. Since I use different machines at different times it’s any easy way to check my 1/4 inch seam.

  • April 30, 2013 at 12:26 am

    I bought the jumbo “donut” for storing my extra large bobbins in. I LOVE it…now i can see my bobbin colors and my bobbins to clink together..LOVE IT, LoVE It love it!!!

  • April 30, 2013 at 12:33 am

    The latest hing I have bought is a 12 1/2 inch ruler. So great for squaring up 12 inch blocks and I ahve used for it many other sizes too.

  • April 30, 2013 at 12:47 am

    My husband made me a wooden stiletto and seam ripper. I LOVE them both. Best gift he ever made next to the design board and ironing table.

  • April 30, 2013 at 1:35 am

    I love my ‘Quilt Halo’ that I bought for quilting. It is amazing and so much easier to quilt. Highly recommend it. Cheers

  • April 30, 2013 at 1:43 am

    I recently purchased some EPP hexagons to use as a cutting pattern. I don’t EPP, I hand piece them. My mother hand pieced and hand quilted a Grandmother’s Flower Garden quilt which was stolen. It had never been on my bed. I found a few pieced blocks, some blocks which had been cut and bagged, and some fabric for another quilt. So, I hope to eventually “replace” my heirloom. One can never replace the love of a mother that went into a quilt.
    Recently I recieved a seam ripper in the mail. My brother bought the hardware and turned the wood for it. He does not have any wood from the farm we were raised on. However, it came from his father-in-laws farm which was about 1/4 mi from us. So, it very special.

  • April 30, 2013 at 2:29 am

    I bought a 10″ half hexagon ruler to get a head start on making Christmas tree table runner gifts! One down and __ to go! I’ve just begun reading this series – so delightful!

  • April 30, 2013 at 5:13 am

    I also bought a 10″ half hexagon ruler. I plan on using it to make a House quilt inspired by Jenny of MSQC’s video tutorial.

  • April 30, 2013 at 8:47 am

    I bought a cheetah print rotary cutter. My whole sewing room is done in cheetah accents – makes me smile!

  • April 30, 2013 at 9:30 am

    I just bought a package of new blades for my rotary cutter. It may seem like a common purchase BUT it is so important to have a sharp blade and blades need to be changed frequently. A sharp blade makes a world of difference.

  • April 30, 2013 at 10:33 am

    The last notion I bought was Jean Wright’s Log Cabin Trim Tool. It is so great. You use it to make log cabin blocks out of strips you may have in your scrap pile – and you don’t have to cut them – just be over 1 1/2″ wide. So fast – love it! Thanks for the chance!

  • April 30, 2013 at 11:51 am

    I highly recommend the Wonder Clips by Clover. I like them so much I have been giving them as gifts to my other family members who quilt.

  • April 30, 2013 at 12:18 pm

    Just purchased Fons and Porter’s mechanical fabric pencil but haven’t t tried it yet.

  • April 30, 2013 at 9:34 pm

    an OTT light every quilter should have a few !!!

  • May 1, 2013 at 6:04 am

    The most recent tool I bought was a lighted seam ripper. I liked the light but the seam ripper itself is dull so it’s not useful at all. I need to complain to the co that made it, but haven’t yet.

  • May 1, 2013 at 9:47 am

    Accuquilt cutter – it’s to DIE for!!

  • May 1, 2013 at 10:28 am

    Blades for my rotary cutter…

  • May 1, 2013 at 1:59 pm

    I just bought a magnetized scissor nanny so I can do applique in the car and not drop my scissors between the seats. Yes, I get really frustrated when that happens :*D

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