Monthly Archives: July 2014

Ann-Pressed
Binding Completely by Machine – Part 1

Quilters seem to have mixed feelings about binding. For some, it is a relaxing, pleasurable last step in completing a quilt, perhaps providing time to reflect on the person to whom the quilt is being given or how it will be used in the home for years to come. Others may find it a bothersome, time-consuming task keeping them from the next exciting quilt project. I tend to be somewhere in between. I enjoy hand-sewing and don’t mind adding binding. However, ...

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JudyMugRug4
Stars and Stripes Candle Mat

I love this cute little Stars & Stripes Candle Mat Pattern by Farmhouse Threads. I have eyed this pattern several times and couldn’t resist it any longer. It is such a quick and easy project a beginner could make. It would also make a wonderful gift if I could part with it. I used scraps that were left over from projects sewn in the Hometown Summer collection. The ...

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WIP Wednesday – Let Freedom Ring

So I just realized that next weekend is the Fourth of July weekend, it’s possible I’m running a little behind on decorating… On the other hand I could just be really early for next year! I’m sadly lacking in Independence Day Decor and have been shuffling the Let Freedom Ring Pattern around in my to-do pile for ever.   When I saw the

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Small Projects
Welcome Gifty Galore 2014!

Gifty Galore is back and better than ever! For those who aren’t familiar, Gifty Galore is a Quilt Along where we offer a new, fun, and clever gift idea each week through December 8th. This year’s Gifty Galore lineup features a mix of larger, weekend projects created EXCLUSIVELY¬†for you by Independent Designers, and a variety of smaller projects originating from online blogs that you can complete in less ...

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