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My January monthly mini is made of Old Italian blocks (sometimes called X blocks). I think I first was introduced to this easy construction ...
Liz Knudsen saved to Quilts
Top US Quilting Blog Lella Boutique shares block 7 "Game Board" for Moda Blockheads 4 free block of the week. Download the free PDF here!
Tomo Robinson saved to パッチワークパターン
The easy Friendship Wreath quilt pattern options are easy projects for a first time quilter. This pattern includes detailed instructions!
Mary Routhier saved to Quilt ideas
Most quilters can't bear to part with scraps of favorite fabrics and tend to keep them in little bins and boxes for future use. Crumb quilting, although not a new idea, is enjoying a resurgence!
Sew Sweetness saved to Quilting Tutorials
Riley Blake Designs released 3 free bird block patterns using popular sewing techniques; traditionally pieced, paper pieced, and applique. The real fun began when they tasked designers to create something unique with these free blocks. We think you will be inspired by these makes to look at your blocks in new ways. From mini quilts […]
Pat Norris saved to Quilt Blocks
11. Happy House I love the idea of making this to match my house! 12. True Love Mini Nothing is sweeter than sharing your love. 13. Diamonds I’d love to see this mini made in a full size. 14. Ri
Leigh Adams saved to gotta make this
As a maker of lots of mini quilts, I am always looking for ideas on how to hang them. This one, from Quilts Actually, is a great one. I don’t make hanging sleeves for most of my minis. For …
Peggie Richardi saved to Sewing
Making mini blocks again. This is block 80 from the Farmers Wife Sampler Quilt. Fabrics are from Rose Parade by Moda. Some seams went a little wonky with my final pressing, but it finishes up at the right size - 2" unfinished for a 1.5" finished block. More on my blog. Free pattern: www.craftsy.com/user/883701/pattern-store
Don't worry if you don't have a robust scrap stash. These pretty table toppers only need a small amount of fabric. Plus, they come together quickly!
Shirley Carney saved to Quilting