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A Quilty Adventure Part III: How to Sew with Wool - Suzy Quilts
You guys, if you live anywhere close to where I live (Chicago), you know that it’s cold out there. We need to go somewhere warm. No, I’m not talking about Waikiki (although I’m def willing to consider it). I’m talking about wool.Over here in the cold white north, we could use a lot more woolContinue Reading...
Craftsy.com | Express Your Creativity!
Craftsy is your online resource for all creative makers, where you can find everything you need – from basic instruction to advanced techniques.
Learn simple design principles to create unique improvisational quilts. Working without patterns, add 5 easy techniques to your improv toolbox (including circles, blocks, and strips), and watch the art unfold before your eyes. Focus on color combos and negative space to discover your personal style, and then add dazzling texture with free-motion quilting. Includes Cindy Grisdela's tips to hang finished art quilts without a sleeve, plus tried and true improv quilting tips to encourage…
Shoreline Quilt (back to my swoon)
pattern is shoreline by Tula Pink. Fabric is the Birds and the Bees by TP and Simply Color Ombre in Graphite and Aqua. Fabulously longarmed by Lisa Gapen. Label made using TP embroidery files from www.urbanthreads.com
The Latest from that Amazing Quilter, Gwen Marston (+ a Giveaway!)
At one time or another, I suspect we've all had the experience of meeting someone new and feeling that immediate "click" of connection--the perfect description of my first encounter (in 1989!) with legendary and beloved Michigan quilter, Gwen Marston. I wrote about Gwen, her then most-recent work, and her wonderful book, 37 Sketches, in a post back in January…
Gwen Marston :: Abstract Quilts in Solids — Kristin Shields
Let's go back in time again to April. This was just before my move and everything was really hectic, but I sure wasn't going to miss taking a couple of workshops with Gwen Marston (her last in Sisters)! The first was Abstract Quilts in Solids. This is the second time I'