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FREE Video - Free Hand Machine Embroidery Workshop by Poppy Treffry

This is a charming and very informative look into a premiere workshop for free hand machine embroidery at the studio of Poppy Treffry. They work on vintage Singer machines, and this video showcases a full day of workshop study.  Enjoy!

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FREE Pattern - Whirl Pattern Quilt by Mary McGuire 

This delightful pattern engages the eye in a wide variety of ways, isn't it mesmerizing?  Mary McGuire is a gifted designer and this project features her own Cold Spring Dreams collection from RJR fabrics, which may not be available in your area, but you can feature whatever Spring fresh fabric selection you like.  Have fun with this truly beautiful project!  More from Mary:

"Recently, I've been asked about the kaleidoscope quilt I made from my CSDs fabrics. I just finished making a pattern for the quilt and decided to call it Whirl. The pattern is in PDF format and you can download it for free right here! I’d love to hear how it works out for you."

Finished Size: 60.5" x 48.5" (154cm x 123cm)

Skill Level: Intermediate

Visit the Website: Mary McGuire Design

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FREE Tutorial - Scrappy Irish Chain Quilt
by Jessie Fincham

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      That is a lot of squares!  Have you ever wanted to make an Irish Chain quilt but feel intimidated? Don't worry! Jessie Fincham of Messy Jesse has you covered with this wonderful tutorial. She helps make the complexity of this project easy so you can experience its full scrapliciousness. (It's a word if you know what it means, right?)  More from Jessie:

"I have an exciting pattern for you all today! The scrappy Irish chain quilt I've been working on. I've just finished the quilt top so I thought you would all like a free tutorial to join in too!? So do you have your scraps in order? Great, let's get started."

Finished Size: 90" x 90" (229cm x 229cm)

Skill Level: Intermediate


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FREE Tutorial - How to Make a Quilt
from Beginning to End by Amy Smart

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      "I wouldn't know where to start."
                        -- Non-Quilter Friend.  

We're sure you've heard this before, most likely right after you heard your friend admiring a quilt of yours.  This article will take the guesswork out of the process and show a beginner every single step of the process with a very easy, fun, and quick project!  Kari and Becky of U Create invited Amy Smart of Diary of a Quilter to create this project, and we think it's wonderful for any beginner!  More from Amy:

"I’ve recently talked to various people who want to try quilting but are feeling slightly overwhelmed about where to start, or how to even choose fabric. So this project today is going to help you get over that fear."

Finished Size: ~44" x 52" (112cm x 132cm)

Skill Level: Beginner

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FREE Tutorial - The McKinley Baby Quilt by Kristie

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      With a fresh, Spring-colored style and adorable floral attachments, Kristie of Obsessive Crafting Disorder delivers a beautiful design with this free project!  Be sure to check out Kristie's other free projects, she has a wonderful site, so please explore!  More from Kristie:

"I have had several e-mails of late asking for details about how I made the Mckinley quilt originally blogged here. I thought I would share my pattern for those who would like to give it a try. It is a very simple pattern, suitable for beginners, but has a big impact. I did not take pictures as I went along, so this is an entirely verbal tutorial. But it it pretty simple so I am sure you highly intelligent beings can figure it out with no trouble! 

"Happy quilting!"

Finished Size: 30" x 41" (76cm x 104cm)

Skill Level: Beginner

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Free Video - Using Stripe Patterns in Quilts
by Sherri Driver

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Learn the right ways to utilize stripe pattern fabrics in your quilt designs in this excellent video tutorial!  Sherri Driver gives us excellent examples of quilts that display their stripes beautifully.  Enjoy!

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FREE Tutorial - How to Sashiko Stitch
by Susan Fletcher

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      Have you ever heard of the Sashiko method of stitching?  It is a time-proven art of stitching from Japan that is both simple and elegant, and it can add a touch of class to your next project!  Susan Fletcher of Sachiko Stitchers is 'the Sashiko lady' of Canada, and is an authority on the art who loves teaching others.  There is a wealth of information on this stitching style on her site, so please explore!  More from Susan:

"This is our original basic tutorial for how to do sashiko stitching.  Since (this first tutorial) we have produced a number of project specific tutorials which may be a more fun way to learn sashiko stitching. I recommend Dragonfly Over Diamond Waves and/or Dragonfly Above the Earth for absolute beginners, but sashiko is easy so if you don’t like those, try a design you do like!

"This is still a good quick overview ‘how to’ plus it explains our favorite design transfer method."

Skill Level: Beginner


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FREE Pattern - Vintage View Bull's Eye Quilt
from McCall's Quilting

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     What a beautiful quilt!  This vintage design utilizes applique that truly make the quilt a classic!  Featured in McCall's Quilting magazine a few years back, this timeless design is a good challenge for intermediate level quilters.  Enjoy!

Finished Size: 61.5" x 76" (156cm x 193cm)

Skill Level: Intermediate


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FREE Tutorials - Bee Blocks of 2014
by Anne Marie Chany

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      If you like modern spins on classic block styles, this post chock-full of tutorials is for you!  Anne Marie Chany of Gen X Quilters participated in a block bee last year, and here is her collected list of tutorials for her wonderful block designs!  Just a couple examples in the photos to the side, plenty more where those came from!  More from Anne Marie:

"This post is for me to remember all those fabulous bee blocks I made for members of CMQG (now called Columbus Modern Quilters) in our 2014 Bee. It was fun to be a part of a bee again

"So here are my 2014 blocks. I've added the links to the tutorials if you like any of them!"

Skill Level: Beginner to Intermediate

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FREE Pattern - Lunch Box Bag
by Joanne of Craft Passion

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      What an amazing and useful gift idea!  This handy little bag is a fun project and includes a downloadable pattern along with a web page with steps and photos for you.  Good for any level of sewist, this lunch bag with a draw-string top was designed by Joanne L. of Craft Passion.  More from Joanne: 

"After skipping for a week from the tutorial update, I am back with a bag sewing pattern and tutorial. Here it is, lunch box bag with drawstring cover. The drawstring cover acts as the bag closure and will prevent the contents from falling out. The drawstring makes the lunch bag easy to open and close too. In additional, pay attention to the base of the bag, it is not the normal rectangle base, you will see it in the tutorial page. You may add a insulated lining to make a thermal lunch box bag. The bag lays flat when not in use so it won’t take up much space for storage.

"Even though I categorized it as lunch box bag but I think you can basically use it for any thing you want to carry around. I would say it is nice to carry a small craft project when you are on the go, for example, crochet, knitting, tatting, small hand-sew patchwork etc."

Skill Level: Beginner

Finished Size: 6" x 12.5" x 4" (15cm x 32cm x 10cm)


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Free Video - Pillow Cases with Hidden Seams by Aimee


Learn how to make your pillowcases have seams that are practically invisible!  Interesting and easy technique by Aimee of Quilt with Aimee. More from Aimee:

"A fun and easy way to make pillowcases for everyone on your gift list. This tubing technique will hide all those seams. Fabric requirements: 1/4 yd for sleeve, 3/4 yd for body and 1/8 yd for accent piece. When the kids were little we gave presents in pillowcases. I figured I spent the same amount of money on gift bags, tissue, and string and it all got thrown away. A pillowcase they kept and used over and over again."

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FREE Pattern - Hexagon Park Quilt
by Lynne Goldsworthy

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      What a fresh and delightful design!  This quilt project comes to us from the Moda Bakeshop, and designer Lynne Goldsworthy of Lily's Quilts.  It is presented with the Bakeshop's recipe flair of excellence, with clear instructions and informative tips.  More from Lynne:

"Hi, I’m Lynne, from Lily’s Quilts. I’m a UK quilter and leapt at the chance to design a quilt using the eagerly awaited new line from UK fabric designer, Aneela Hoey, Sherbet Pips.  

"One sashed hexagon quilt 80″ by 70″. Mine will be used for snuggling under on the sofa. I made it for me but I suspect my twin daughters may make it their own before too long. If you make this quilt, I’d love you to let me know via my blog, Lily’s Quilts."

Finished Size: 70" x 80" (178cm x 203cm)

Skill Level: Intermediate


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FREE Tutorial - Sixty-Degree Quilt by Kim Brackett

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      Fun with triangles!  If you have a pile of scraps and a ruler that can do triangles, you're all set for this amazing project.  Kim Brackett of Magnolia Bay Quilts put together this tutorial in three comprehensive but easy to follow steps.  More from Kim:

"This quilt is super easy to make. The difficult part is explaining how to put it together. I'm using lots of scraps, anywhere from (and this is a guess) 1" strips to 5" strips, or chunks of leftover fabric. All the units are different, and I haven't made two the same size yet. There isn't a pattern -- it's one of those make-it-up-as-you-go quilts. I'll show you how I piece a block, then show you some different ways to fill in areas. Once you know how it works, you can just sew like crazy."

Skill Level: Beginner

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FREE Tutorial - Matching Colors:
The Basics of Color Theory

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      It's pretty easy to throw a few of your favorite colors together in a quilt, but how do you know if you're picking colors that really go well together?  Perhaps you have a good eye for color, or you know someone who is like that, but if you're like most of us, learning the simple principles in this informative tutorial will have you color-matching like a pro!  This comes to us from Milhir Patkar who writes for a site called Lifehacker.  More from Milhir:

"Colors are important to making things look good, whether it's the clothes you wear or the presentation you give at work. But not everyone instinctively knows that orange and blue is a perfect combination. If you can't trust your own judgement, understand and rely on the basics of color theory to always pick the right colors."

Skill Level: Beginner


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FREE Tutorial - Diamond Lattice Pillow
by Sara Lawson

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      We love the cheerful color of this scrap-friendly project from Sara Lawson of Sew Sweetness!  This pillow is a great project of any level of sewist, and comes complete with a downloadable template for the diamonds and Sara's usual excellence in instruction on every step!  More from Sara:

"I’m so excited to bring you this pillow tutorial! I can’t get enough of these Good Folks fabrics. And the best part was that I got to try out my new Accuquilt GO! Baby! 

"Please check out my other Sewing Tutorials! If you have any questions about this tutorial while you’re working on it, feel free to post on my Flickr Group. I’d also love it if you’d post pictures of your finished projects there, too!"

Finished Size: 16" x 16" (40cm x 40cm)

Skill Level: Beginner


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  Bird Brain Designs ~stitcheries
  Birdblocks ~PP blocks (Dutch)
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  Blue Jean Blankie ~denim quilt
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  Bluebonnet Village Craft Network ~appliqué
  Bobby Socks Quilt Company ~redwork BOM
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