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pastiche - n. [Fr] Artistic composition made up of bits from various sources.

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Joanne Maner (PeePs Rep) left a comment for Ronnie
"Welcome Ronnie. I was reading your profile and I see you are interested in many avenues of quilting. I am sure you will find many projects here to keep you entertained. Please check out the groups and join the ones you are interested in (or all of…"
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Joanne Maner (PeePs Rep) left a comment for Nanette Benson
"Welcome Nanette. Glad you have joined our little community. We have lots of projects on the go and some great friendly members. Please check out the groups and introduce yourself. You can set up your own photo album with projects you have made. We…"
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Joanne Maner (PeePs Rep) left a comment for Carol D Williams
"Welcome to Pattern Pastiche. Glad you decided to join the fun. Take your time and look around the site.Check out the groups on the left hand side of the screen. If you have any questions do not hesitate to contact me and I will try my best to answer…"
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Leann McClain joined TQPM's group
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Fat Quarter Fun

Welcome to "Fat Quarter Fun"!Each month we give away 5 pre-washed fat quarters.Click the "Join Fat Quarter Fun" button at the top of this page to request membership in this group.Rules: 1. You must be a subscriber of TQPM. 2. Your Icon cannot be the…See More
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12-Star & Points Spinning on a Square

"One of the favorite quilts I've made.  Thank you for your comment, Bonny."
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Bonny Peters commented on barbara peace's photo
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"This is a beautiful quilt. I love how the quilting accents the center star."
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Bonny Peters commented on Leann McClain's photo
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12-Star & Points Spinning on a Square

"I love the quilting. The prairie points are a fun addition."
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Bonny Peters commented on Leann McClain's photo
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13-Hero Star

"someone is going to be very pleased with your contribution. I particularly like the placement of the red "square"."
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Bonny Peters commented on Leann McClain's photo
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14-Dawn of Inspiration

"Great play of colors and the quilting makes them pop."
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Bonny Peters commented on Evelyn Nodal's photo
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String Stars

"What a wonderful way to remember past quilts and decorate your office at the same time. Just marvelous!"
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Brad's Thank You Quilt

"I know you will be forever thankful for the lighting and he'll be forever thankful for the quilt. I love the various shades of blue and brown with the splashes of green."
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Caitlyn's Quilt 7

"I'm sure she will love it - I love the dark print with butterflies and the quilting. What a treasure she will have."
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Nanette Benson is now a member of Pattern Pastiche
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Bonny Peters updated their profile
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Anneke updated their profile
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Carol D Williams is now a member of Pattern Pastiche
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Rose Pullen commented on TQPM's group Around a Star Mystery
"I{ like the two borders"
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Bonny Peters commented on TQPM's group Around a Star Mystery
"Tonya - I love it. The background fabric is wonderful and using it as the outside border was a terrific idea."
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Fat Quarter Fun

Each month we give away 5 pre-washed fat quarters.

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Flying Balloon Zoo BOM

Barbara used easy fusible appliqué to create each block of Flying Balloon Zoo BOM. Choose your favorite machine stitch to quickly finish the edges; then the fun begins.

Click here to join Barbara in this lifting project.

TQPM EQ Creativity Call

TQPM presents an exciting new program for EQ designers and block lovers!

You do not need to have EQ to make the blocks.

You do not need to be an advanced EQ designer to submit a block.

This is a bonus project for TQPM subscribers.

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TQPM 2014 Quilting Retreat

Join our virtual retreat!

Sun., Oct. 5 to Thurs., Oct. 9

Benefits of the retreat:

  • Get a free retreat quilt pattern.
  • Enjoy regular posts/pictures/updates.
  • Take part in daily chat sessions.
  • Chance to win a door prize.

Click here to join Isobel in this fun get away.

In the Beginning BOM

Cindy Mccoy’s In the Beginning was designed to help beginning quilters refine their skills, but it’s bold, simple design will appeal to quilters of all skill levels.

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Discussions

Flying Ballon Zoo: On the Fence? 8 Replies

Flying Balloon Zoo:  On the Fence? I was on the fence with this one as well. I am a tester for TQPM and when this pattern came up for testing I was undecided as to whether to sign up for it. I had a few other projects on the go and wasn't sure if…Continue

Started by Joanne Maner (PeePs Rep) in Members' Discussions. Last reply by Nancy - Cat Lady (TQPM staff) Aug 16.

Does anyone have a Thompson Mini Walking Foot Sewing Machine?

I somehow got an "Instruction Manual for Model PW-201 Thompson Mini Walking Foot Sewing Mahcine"and if any of you have one and need a perfectly preserved manual which includes parts list etc.Just send me your address and I'll be glad to mail it to…Continue

Started by Marion Jonker in Members' Discussions Aug 13.

Tug Boat Quilt from April 8 Replies

I finally got the  Photo loaded of the Tug Boat quilt I made  from the April  issue I think for my Sister's Great Grandson. In the Photo's  I hope I did it right.  Carol Morgan in Delaware Continue

Started by Carol Morgan in Members' Discussions. Last reply by Lynda Van Haren Aug 13.

Quilting Dilemma and Procrastination 8 Replies

Ok, so I am sitting here at the computer, taking a break from crawling around on the floor marking a quilt so I can start quilting it.  It is hot outside and humid and I am putting off turning on the air conditioner.So as I sit here procrastinating,…Continue

Started by Barbara Douglas (TQPM Staff) in Members' Discussions. Last reply by Barbara Douglas (TQPM Staff) Aug 7.

Do you have a Thompson Mini Walking Foot sewing Machine #PW-201 2 Replies

Found this manual at a thrift shop - if anyone has this machine and needs the manual, please write me and I'll be glad to send it to you.   best wishes,  MarionContinue

Started by Marion Jonker in Members' Discussions. Last reply by Marion Jonker Aug 2.

Needle-Turn Appliqué: Hints, Tips and Advice 4 Replies

Joanne Maner (PeePs Rep)  and I have been having a discussion about needle-turn appliqué.  I know there are a lot of members of Pattern Pastiche who use this method of…Continue

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Started by Nancy - Cat Lady (TQPM staff) in Members' Discussions. Last reply by Nancy - Cat Lady (TQPM staff) Jul 20.

Blog Posts

What I Hate about quilt making!

Posted by Nancy - Cat Lady (TQPM staff) on June 15, 2014 at 4:30pm 23 Comments

I believe I have found the one thing that I hate the most about quilt making: ironing yardage of fabric after it comes from the washer and dryer!

I am in the process of ironing 10 (ten) yards I recently purchased for a current project.  Even though I was able to cut it into three segments, that is still a lot of yardage to iron.

And yes, I have to wash it.  Terrible thing, you know, to be allergic to some of the chemicals used in your avocation.

Is there something you hate about quilt making?

Drowning in Stash

Posted by Joanne Maner (PeePs Rep) on April 25, 2014 at 12:04pm 6 Comments

Well I am looking for a piece of border print fabric today. Since I haven't been able to find it, I did the dreaded . I started taking fabric out of a 5'x2' closet that has stretched out into the room. Now covering an area about 5"x8"x6" high. Some of it is in boxes. Some in ziplocks. But most just stacked.

Here is a picture of what I have removed so far.

Frantic, thou name is ...

Posted by Nancy - Cat Lady (TQPM staff) on April 10, 2014 at 2:23pm 1 Comment

I am trying to work through a pile of UFOs that have been resting on my flannel board for ages.  A number of them are tops that I have pieced as I have been testing patterns for The Quilt Pattern Magazine as well as other designers.  So far this year I have removed and quilted thirteen items. Admittedly most of them have been table runners, table toppers or small wall hangings, but they are now finished!

Today I removed the top three pieces and laid them aside briefly so I could see what was under them.  These three are lap sized or larger and will require a larger area cleaned up on my cutting table before I can get them pin basted for quilting.

Under them I found three table toppers that had been pieced and were waiting for the appliqué pieces to be added before they are ready to quilt.  In the pile of fabric I have stacked on and next to my cutting table, I found the section that went with these three tops.  I normally do not put the fabric away until the top is finished, or at least until the piecing is done and the binding is made and the top is ready to quilt.  We will discuss piles of fabric at another time.

However, the pattern was not with the fabric.  Nor was it in my pile of paperwork.   And since this was not a TQPM pattern it was not available on my computer.  One of the benefits of TQPM, I could have gone back to the issue it was in and downloaded it again.

Frantic!!!

Luckily, after a little more digging I found one of my  plastic storage containers that had the fabric I was using to make bias for the stems.  It also contained my bias tape makers.  And on the bottom of the container I located the directions for the tops with the applique templates.

Yeah! 

Now, I just need to make more quarter-inch bias for the stems, get everything cut out, find matching thread, and then I can have a nice relaxing hand appliqué project to do in the evenings.

Question:  Do you…

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In the Beginning

Posted by Cindy Mccoy (TQPM staff) on April 3, 2014 at 7:55pm 3 Comments

I have been working all day on a beginner project.  It is for the newsletter after the "Around a Star" mystery.  Boy am I all tuckered out!  And I am only half way done.  I hope to finish it tomorrow.

Batting frustrations (and I do not mean baseball)

Posted by Nancy - Cat Lady (TQPM staff) on April 1, 2014 at 1:26pm 1 Comment

I have been trying to use up scraps of batting lately as I have been quilting table runners and smaller projects.  Today I was going to baste a table runner that measures 40" x 22".  I have a piece of black batting that would be perfect, only it measures 44" x 21-3/4".  Not enough of a difference to piece some more onto it as I will often do.

Guess this one goes back into the pile and I will have search for some more appropriately sized piece(s).

Welcome to Quilted Inspirations

Posted by Karen Rogers on March 9, 2014 at 6:52pm 0 Comments

Just finding time to share a little of what I do as a quilt designer, teacher, retreat coordinator, wife, mom and Nana.

Please visit my website http://www.quiltedinspirations.net/ and my blog http://quiltedinspirations.blogspot.com/ and check out some of my creations.  

I am currently teaching at our amazing local quilt shop Quilter's Haven quiltershavenllc.moonfruit.com. Below is the class I will be sharing. This is one of my original designs using the traditional "School House" Block. Also, is a banner I put together to compliment my quilt. Then, I put a twist on another "School House" quilt with a primary theme with a number of learning  factors, such as colors, letters, shapes and soon to be numbers. Just need to get it quilted.  Stop in at my website and blog and I hope you enjoy what I love to do! I am hoping to be more diligent in my posts and keeping you up to date with what I do.  Be sure to checkout my up-coming retreats.…

mystery quilt link

Posted by jamie crowe on December 31, 2013 at 7:31am 1 Comment

Hi Cindy

I clicked on the link for the new mystery quilt that is starting in January as instructed on the main page.  The new page has nothing on it about the new mystery quilt, am I missing something?

 

Husband on TV!

Posted by Nancy - Cat Lady (TQPM staff) on December 9, 2013 at 10:55am 2 Comments

Just wanted to share with you all a video clip of my dear Husband that aired on our local television station.

http://fox4kc.com/2013/12/08/holiday-ornaments-from-tiny-bear-wild-...

It was a early (and cold!) Saturday morning when we made our trek to the station for this live interview.

Hope you enjoy.  And if you are so inclined, please visit our website and see all of the beautiful ornaments we have to offer.

 
 
 

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