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Featured FREE Tutorial

FREE Tutorial - Blessings Patchwork Quilt
by Sally for Riley Blake


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      We are intensely loving the absolutely adorable style of this quilt, isn't it precious?  We love it!  Sally of Sally's Angelworks created this project for Riley Blake Designs and the tutorial includes downloadable instructions and a template for the flower appliqué.  We can't wait to try this one, and we hope you'll create your own Blessings Patchwork quilt too!  More from Sally:

"Hi there!! Sally from Sally’s Angelworks here with a fun easy quilt tutorial with a twist!! I hope you love embroidery as much as I do, because this quilt is the perfect avenue for your handwork to be featured. After your embroidery is done, you will be able to put this quilt together and finish it in just a weekend! For sure!! :) So let’s get this class started!! "

Skill Level: Beginner


 

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Featured FREE Pattern

FREE Pattern - Tribute Star Quilt by Becca Bryan
for Denyse Schmidt Quilts


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      Have you ever done a quilt as a tribute to someone very special to you?  When Becca Bryan saw the Florence line of fabric by Denyse Schmidt she was inspired to create this design as a tribute to her grandmother, and isn't it beautiful?  Denyse Schmidt provides a fine pattern for this project, which any level of quilter will enjoy.  More from Becca:

"A few weeks back when my guild got word we would be working on a challenge using Denyse Schmidt's new line I was thrilled. I was more than thrilled when I found out the new line is called "Florence". Florence is particularly meaningful to me because I had a grandmother named Florence. I actually never call her grandmother because she was always my mother's mother. She passed away when my mother was a young woman. But I'm sure she would have been a swell grandmother.

Skill Level: Beginner

Finished Size: 64" x 64" (163cm x 163cm)


 
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Featured FREE Pattern

FREE Pattern - Simple Sixteen Christmas Quilt
by Lindsey Weight


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      This beautiful quilt is from a Christmas in July project by Lindsey Weight of Fort Worth Fabric Studio.  We love the classic '30's look and the entire approach of this Simple Sixteen quilt. This quilt was pieced by Nettie Moore and quilted by Kathy Lefler, check out the original article below for more gorgeous pictures and a link to purchase the kit.  More from Lindsey:

"Hi there! I am really excited to share this quilt with you guys today for Christmas in July!

"This quilt has been in the works for a little while now, and I couldn't be happier with how it turned out! This quilt was made from the Back Porch Prints from Wilmington Prints. These prints are 1930's inspired Christmas prints, and are really spectacular. To stick to the vintage theme, we thought it would be great to use a linen fabric for the background fabric. The two different fabrics really play well with each other and give it an awesome vintage vibe and great texture."

Skill Level: Beginner

Finished Size: 57" x 57" (145cm x 145cm)


 

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Featured FREE Tutorial

FREE Tutorial - English Paper Piecing
Travel Kit & Pincushion by Haley Pierson-Cox


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     You really don't want to leave your favorite pastime behind you just because you have to travel, do you?  Haley Pierson-Cox of The Zen of Making put together two wonderful tutorials for anyone who loves English paper piecing: First up is her walk through on how to create a travel kit to let you take your paper piecing on the road!  She follows up with a clever and cute accessory: a hexie pincusion that attaches to the kit's magnetic snap!  More from Haley:

"Designed with mobile crafting in mind, my English paper piecing travel kit has two main compartments—one for holding fat quarters and spools of thread and the other for organizing stitched hexies and finished blocks—plus an outer pocket that’s the perfect size for two altoids tins—one for paper templates and one for sewing supplies—and a pair of scissors. Closed and fully loaded, the travel case is a 6" x 6" square that’s only about 3" thick, so it’s the perfect size to toss into a purse, tote, or project bag. Ready to make one of your own?"

Skill Level: Intermediate



 

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Featured FREE Video

Free Video - Tumbling Blocks Quilt
by Rose Smith


 



Do you like the Tumbling Blocks style of quilt with it's 3-D look?  We love it!  And Rose Smith provides a free written tutorial for the quilt as well!  Isn't she awesome?  Have fun with this wonderful quilt project.  Enjoy!

Skill Level: Beginner

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Featured FREE Tutorial

FREE Tutorial - Crazy Mom Triangles
by Amanda Jean


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      Triangles can be very fun, but crazy triangles are awesome!  Use these little things as building blocks for whatever you like, and put that huge scrap pile of yours to work!  Amanda Jean from Crazy Mom Quilts put this tutorial together, and it will be fun for any level of quilter.  More from Amanda:

"I'm working on a small project using small scraps. These triangles finish at about 3", give or take. I took this project to my little neighborhood quilting group on Saturday morning. They all know I'm off my rocker now. Or at the very least, living up to my blog name. :) Oh, well. I'm having fun!

"If you want to make some of these little babies yourself, here's how. You know, because I want to enable you to use your scraps, too. That way I won't look quite as crazy."

Skill Level: Beginner


 

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FREE Tutorial - Modern Hexies Mini Quilt
by Nicole of Modern Handcraft


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      Whether you like Christmas in the summer or want to use your own colorway, this will be a fun project for any level of quilter!  Nicole Daksiewicz of Modern Handcraft has done an excellent job on this tutorial, and includes numerous photos in her usual beautiful style (although some of them seem to not be loading).  Endless possibilities with this one!  More from Lindsey:

"This originally came together when I was working on a pillow for a giveaway on my blog several months ago. Several people have asked me since for some tips on how to recreate this pillow and I finally had time to whip up some instructions.

"In English paper piecing, hexagons are usually sewn together and the process can take a very long time. This was sort of an accident of being in a hurry, and a little lazy…"

Skill Level: Beginner


 
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Featured FREE Tutorial

FREE Tutorial - Binding Curves
by Julie of Jaybird Quilts

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      Ever wanted to dive into a project with curves?  Perhaps you've been intimidated by the prospect of binding something like that.  This tutorial from Julie Herman of Jaybird Quilts will show you the ins and outs of binding projects that abhor the straight line.  Dive into curves and have fun with your quilting!  Also, if you're needing to learn about binding in general, Julie has links for more tutorials!  Enjoy!

Skill Level: Intermediate



 

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FREE Tutorial - Water / Waves Quilt
from Must Love Quilts


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      We like the way the color progresses from light to dark across the blocks in this great quilt from the unnamed quilter at Must Love Quilts.  She put together a wonderful tutorial for us that very clearly shows how the blocks go together in this simple but beautiful design.  This project is great for any level of quilter!  More from our mystery quilter:

"Okey Dokey, here is my first attempt at a tutorial…feedback encouraged! Hopefully at least some of this makes sense. :)

"I’m going to explain the ridiculous way I figured out how to do the gradient water/waves quilt. It is entirely possible there is a better way to do this, but this way worked for me, so hopefully it works for you!

"First let’s take a look at the pattern repeat. The quilt is made up of two rows that repeat as many times as you’d like them to. You can use a variety of colors, but for this version I chose a six color version."

Skill Level: Beginner



 

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Featured FREE Video

Free Video - How to Bind Any Angle
by Terry Atkinson


 


Veteran quilter and long-time quilting educator Terry Atkinson often gets asked about binding at different angles, so she recorded this video to provide the how-to for you!  Enjoy!

Visit the Website: Atkinson Designs

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Featured FREE Tutorial

FREE Tutorial - Redbird and Berries
Mini Quilt by Karen Miller


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      Wouldn't you love to have a mini quilt this gorgeous to decorate with in your home?  This looks like a fabulous project, and Karen Miller of Karen's Quilts, Crows, and Cardinals has done a wonderfully thorough job of illustrating the steps for you. She did this project as a Moda Bake Shop recipe, and we're sure you'll love it!  More from Karen:

"Greetings Moda Bake Shop readers and Happy New Year! It's Karen from Karen's Quilts, Crows and Cardinals Blog excited to share the "Redbird and Berries" mini-quilt with you!

"Oh so luscious Mini Charms of Little Black Dress 2 by BasicGrey were used for the border of this cute little wall hanging while scrumptious coordinating Grunge fabrics were used for the background and applique pieces.

"The recipe includes a bit of piecing, applique, free motion and straight line quilting. You'll also learn to make Perfect Circle berries and bias stems. I hope you find the variety intriguing because when you're done the mini quilt will *Charm* all who see it!"

Finished Size: 22.5" x 30.5" (57cm x 78cm)

Skill Level: Intermediate



 

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Featured FREE Pattern

FREE Pattern - Oz Quilt by Kelli
of Jo's Country Junction


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      What a gorgeous quilt!  We love the delightful patchwork goodness in this design--can anyone else see a brick road in there?  Kelli of Jo's Country Junction has put this together as a tutorial complete with a pattern, and she did a great job!  Look at the beautiful floral quilting in that second photo!  More from Kelli:

"I hate letting good fabric to waste, so when Mom was thinking about some Oz fabric line scraps in with all her other scraps, I immediately scooped them up, knowing that I had a jelly roll at home with the same fabric line. With adding a bit of yardage for the half square triangles and background setting triangles, I had a quilt in no time.

Finished Size: 68.5" x 79.75" (174cm x 202cm)

Skill Level: Beginner



 

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Featured FREE Pattern

FREE Pattern - Naturally Nautical Antique
Remake Quilt from QuiltMag.com


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      We love the endless possibilities with the design of this quilt, what an excellent blue & white remake from Quilt magazine!  They don't credit anyone with the design, our guess is they just did a pattern remake on an antique quilt, but either way, they've done a great job with the pattern and this project will be fun for any level of quilter.  Enjoy!

Skill Level: Beginner

Finished Size: 64" x 78" (162cm x 198cm)



 

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Featured FREE Tutorial

FREE Tutorial - Shrinking Squares Quilt
by Kelly Cole


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      Got a ton of small scraps you don't know what to do with?  Look no further, Kelly Cole of Bluebird Sews has a project that will help you turn your scraps into an amazing quilt!  This is a great project for any level of quilter, and Kelly does a wonderful job in her tutorial.  More from Kelly:

"I really like this quilt for a few different reasons...let me tell you about them. ;)

"First off lots of scraps get used up in this quilt and the more prints the better. Scrappy tends to look good all mashed together. Secondly cutting and piecing take hours to complete. Once I had my fabric picked out it was just a few naps times later that it was all sewn together -- because this entire quilt is chain pieced together! And it also happens that you can use so many color combinations. Set the squares is white, black or any other color...I bet it looks great set in grey with red and aqua...or rainbow colors.....or all solids....or, or, or! So many options....I almost made one with red pieces and black sashing."

Skill Level: Beginner


 
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Featured FREE Mystery BOM


Block Eight: Paris, France

What world travel spree would be complete without the City of Love, Paris, France? This month Pat relives her youth in Europe and the times she visited the city of lights with a wonderful block. So stroll along with us as we add this next-to-last piece to the great puzzle!

Click here for the new pattern from Pat Sloan!

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