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This was my entry for Project Modern, Challenge 2. Blogged at A Few Scraps.

This is amazing A Few Scraps: A Monochromatic Quilt: Construction, Quilting and Reveal

Since I know how to make flying geese (thanks, Jeanette!) I was intrigued to see the combination of colors in this pattern. Not all of them all the traditional light/dark version of the same color, but are more within shouting distance in the color wheel.

Modern and Colorful Patchwork Quilt by Red Pepper Quilts different take on flying geese. Be fun to play with.

Free Valentine's quilt patterns

Quilt Inspiration: Free pattern day: Hearts and Valentines Keep the Heart Truth Growing free wall hanging pattern by Jane Spolar for Janome.

easy modern table runner, 12 x 54", by Mary McGuire at Fons  Porter.  It looks great on this metal table.

Enjoy the Just the Right Angle digital pattern from Easy Quilts Spring 2013 issue. Pair fresh, clean solids with matching prints for a thoroughly modern look. This table runner features only rectangles and squares-all right angles-which make it a

Don’t Make these Mistakes! 6 Must-See Quilting Tips

Don't Make these Mistakes! 6 Must-See Quilting Tips

Great tutorial on the iconic chevron quilt! A lot easier than the tutorial I used to make Henry's baby quilt! My Quilt Infatuation: Easy Peasy Chevron Quilt Tutorial


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Key to My Heart pattern by Sweet Jane's, Pure fabric | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Key to My Heart - would be cool in primary colors to look like Legos for a little Boy's quilt! My grandson would love this quilt.

quilt blocks using squares | movin' on up

crazy mom quilts: Movin' on Up.Finished quilt top size is x Material: 12 squares.either use layer cake pieces or yardage from your stash. (if you are using yardage, you will need just under a yard of fabric) I used 12 different prints.

Mission Tie Quilt

such a cute quilt for father's day! This one used a pattern to make the ties, but would be cute using some of "dad's" old ties, then applique them onto squares. Would be more of a memory quilt.