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To Every Needle, There Is a Purpose

While rummaging through a drawer in my studio, I find a forgotten stash of hand needles. There are long needles, short needles, thick and thin needles, some with big eyes, tiny eyes, and even two eyes. As I sort through the needles, I realize: I have no clue as to what these needles are used for. My needles have [...]

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One-Patch Quilts Demo with Marci Baker

Get Marci Baker's inside look into Wonderful One-Patch Quilts and the techniques behind it in the video below! Follow my blog with Bloglovin

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Join Piper's Girls for a Row Along in 2018!

Hi everyone, my name is Erin and I am one of the authors of Quilting Row by Row, a new release that came out in September. This book was a co-creation between myself and my mother -in -law, Jeanette. We were also creative partners for many years at a quilt shop called Piper’s, located in Utah. We taught many, [...]

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Make a Traditional School House Block

This week's free project is taken from The ABCs of Quiltmaking by Janet Lundholm McWorkman.  The School House block is one of my personal favorites. If you search the web for these blocks, you will discover an enormous variety of quilted styles, from midcentury modern to simple designs built from only four pieces. The traditional School House block featured in The Quilter’s Primer is complicated. There are [...]

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Three Steps to Turning Your Hobby Into a Real Business

Photo from The Little Spark—30 Ways to Ignite Your Creativity. Everyone’s dream job is to make money doing something they love. The reality is that most people don’t get to do this. But if you have a marketable skill or a hobby that you’re truly good at—say, quilting, sewing, or embroidery—you can turn that into a real business if you [...]

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Quilt As-You-Go Made Vintage (My Latest Book!)

Hi everyone! I did a post on my blog about my new book back in March, but now that my book has finally released this month (!!), I thought I’d do another post with some videos and pretty project photos. Below you can find two videos. The first is a quick two-minute overview of my book, [...]

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Wen Redmond Shows You How to Use Shiny Substrates

Add flair to your project by printing on shiny substrates with this demo from Wen Redmond's Digital Fiber Art. Follow my blog with Bloglovin

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Floral Abundance Quilt Excerpt

An excerpt from Floral Abundance Quilt: 9 Blocks Plus Borders, Bonus Pillow Instructions, a pattern pack by Deborah Kemball. Introduction Floral Abundance 1 With its central blocks of hearts and wreaths, corner olive trees, and flowing floral borders, this quilt is a delight to make. Its exuberant mix of flowers is typical of my signature style, and I love the [...]

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Sew a Cafe Curtain for Your Home

This fantastic project is taken from Sew Home by Erin Schlosser.  Café curtains are great for a little privacy in a breakfast nook or kitchen window. Use a fun kitschy print or a classic geometric pattern and get sewing! Café curtains also work well to cover open shelves and vanity openings when you want to hide a bit of clutter. Techniques Learned/Practiced: Sewing a blind hem Materials and Supplies • Light/medium-weight home decor [...]

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