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Gifty Galore – Project 9

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Sew Lovely
Hi there. I am Nancy Rink, a quilt pattern and fabric designer who has been sewing and quilting for oodles of years. Connecting Threads has several of my patterns available for download and you can visit me at my own website nancyrinkdesigns.com. So, let’s get started on our Gifty weekend project, Sew Lovely, a 33″ square wall hanging. My design process usually begins with fabric. When I saw the sewing themed fabric with images …

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Gifty Galore – Project 6

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Lesson 1
Recently, I attended a quilt retreat where everyone took some time out and made these lovely potholders!
This is an amazing project and SO doable in a few hours! That is from cutting to finished! All you need is two coordinating fat quarters and cotton batting. This project comes from the blog of Syzygy of Me and she has all the measurements and detailed instructions on how to …

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Gifty Galore – Project 5

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Sew Let’s Sew Quilted Wall Hanging
Designed by Barbara Weiland Talbert of Jo-Lydia’s Attic
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Celebrate your passion for sewing and quilting with this week’s Gifty Galore project: a colorful quilted wall hanging, featuring fabrics from the Mary Jo’s Sewing Room collection from Connecting Threads. As soon as I saw these prints, I knew just what to do for my Gifty pattern project. Sew Let’s Sew

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Gifty Galore – Project 1

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Hello my quilty friends!! My name is Karrie (AKA KarrieLyne) from Freckled Whimsy and I am here today to bring you a pattern made exclusively for Connecting Threads Gifty Galore Projects and for you!
This pattern originally was going to be just a baby quilt pattern, but I loved it so much I expanded the pattern to include more sizes.  How many sizes, you ask? FIVE! Of course, you can reduce or expand from there as you like, but …

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