Welcome to the Christmas Memories Quilt SAL!
This stitch-along will feature the complete set of patterns and instructions for making this 52″ wide x 62″ long lap quilt. Sorry the image of the finished quilt isn’t the best – I will try to get a better image soon.
The quilt is completely pieced. Don’t let all the little pieces scare you – the quilt is actually very easy to piece together, and I’ll be breaking it all down into small chunks for you. Continue Reading “Christmas Memories Quilt SAL”
Stitch a Redwork BOM Quilt this year! Redwork is the term used when working a pattern in basic embroidery stitches worked using red thread. It’s normally worked on white or natural-colored fabrics, and is usually finished as a quilt. Continue Reading “Redwork BOM Quilt”
Gather up all of your worn out or outgrown pairs of blue jeans and recycle them into a sturdy throw, perfect for picnics! This project works up quickly, and using ready-made, pre-packaged bias binding really cuts down on the time needed to make the throw.
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This Spring project can help you use up an assortment of crafty odds and ends. Use leftover scraps of quilting fabrics and half-used bottles of acrylic craft paint, and raid your stash for buttons to be used as the flower centers.
You can get as creative as you want while painting the frame and pots. Add stripes and polka dots, or paint them solid colors – the choice is yours! Continue Reading “Fabric Flowers in a Frame”