pastiche - n. [Fr] Artistic composition made up of bits from various sources.
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Our readers have grown very fond of Reeze Hanson’s wonderful EQ lessons. Now, she’s provided us with even more! We begin a lovely series quilt by Reeze called The Summer Iris Picnic Quilt. This quilt presents you with just enough challenge and variety each month to keep you engaged through the northern hemisphere’s winter and spring. By late spring, you’ll be appliquéing beautiful irises so you can finish your quilting just in time for summer!
Click here to join Reeze Hanson for this series.
We begin a new mystery quilt by Cindy Mccoy called Take Me For a Spin. Choose just three fabrics with good contrast and you’re set. This mystery is sure to keep you guessing each month as you complete each new step. As usual, Cindy has outdone herself by creating a mystery that will create two quilts! One wall-sized quilt measuring 36" x 36" and another table topper challenge measuring 34" x 34".
Click here to join Cindy for this mystery.
Make just one fun block each week and you can have a twin quilt top in about 6 months. Jump in and have fun!
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Just wanted to share with you all a video clip of my dear Husband that aired on our local television station.
It was a early (and cold!) Saturday morning when we made our trek to the station for this live interview.
Help! I think I need a formula to expand the amount of time I have for quilting. That or I need to clone myself.
I just finished another top and when I went to add it to my "To Be Quilted" list, I noticed that there are 39 projects listed before it!
Does anyone else have this problem?
I tested the Cathedral Windows in the December issue and didn't want a pillow. I was making it for my granddaughter so I replaced the buttons with appliqued circles. I had a few circles left over and decided to make the whole thing into a little doll blanket for her. I'm babysitting tonight so I'll be giving it to her tonight.…Continue
I entered "The Hummingbird's Trumpet" at a local quilt show over the Labor Day Weekend. When I went to pick it up on Monday I discovered it had won a First Place Viewer's Choice Ribbon in the Wallhanging category.
This quilt was my first time using invisible thread and the quilting stitches…Continue