Saturday January 9th 2016

Posts Tagged ‘Stockholm’

Stockholm Star: Step 5: Ready to start sewing

Stockholm Star: Step 5: Ready to start sewing

Confession time. Just in case you thought a quilt mag editor has all the latest and greatest new gadgets in her studio, here’s one of my secrets. Yes, I do have a lovely board that’s 14 inches square, covered with sandpaper, for arranging the patches for a block and [Read More]

Stockholm Star: Step 2: Making a paste-up

Stockholm Star: Step 2: Making a paste-up

Once again, I had to control myself. Though I was so excited to get started, I made a paste-up of two sections of the quilt. I’m glad I took this extra step because I quickly realized I couldn’t use all 10 fabrics, at least not in a quilt this size with fairly large [Read More]

Stockholm Star: Step 1: Fabric Selection

Stockholm Star: Step 1: Fabric Selection

Debra Lunn and Michael Mrowka’s quilt Artisan Star (the pattern in the June TQL that inspired Stockholm Star) is stunning. I knew right away I wanted to make the pattern, but I wanted to see how it would look in different fabrics. A line from Robert Kauffman caught my [Read More]

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Vintage One-Patch Block #1: The Equilateral Triangle.

Vintage One-Patch Block #1: The Equilateral Triangle.

Take a step back to a time when life was simpler, quilts were made with one template, and the colors came from the [Read More]

2015 Product Review: Best Books!

2015 Product Review: Best Books!

Take a closer look at last year’s top selling books in Overall, 2015 New Releases, and Fiction categories. Click [Read More]

Fusible on Your Iron? A Tip from Leanne Anderson.

Fusible on Your Iron? A Tip from Leanne Anderson.

Fusible raw edge appliqué is fun, but sometimes it can be a little messy. Here’s a tip from Leanne Anderson, [Read More]

Get Organized! Projects from Janome

Get Organized! Projects from Janome

The start of a New Year means a fresh slate with lots of resolutions. If you have organization in mind for your New [Read More]

Finish Your Forest Friends Scene

Finish Your Forest Friends Scene

Make a home for your six Forest Friends (see below for links) with these background elements. Make the scene your own [Read More]

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