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  • Finished pillow-cover wooly: 15˝ × 30˝ In spring we finally put away our winter blankets and wool coverlets. It’s time to bring out the fresh spring bedding and brighten up our spaces with thoughts of longer days and the sweet scents of...

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  • To try your hand at the triple straight-line appliqué, I designed a mug rug just for you! A mug rug is a great project to try out a new technique. They are small, easy to complete in one sitting, and functional. They also make cute little token...

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  • Inspired by the Felt Mug Warmer from “Urban Scandinavian Sewing” by Kirstyn Cogan (published by Stash Books). This simple project is a fun alternative or addition to any Easter basket! Finish by filling the felt wrapped mugs with candy...

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  • From Sew Home 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...

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  • We would love to share another design with you, a simple plus sign pillow called Candy Plus. Candy Plus is a 20" pillow design with a plus sign surrounded by scrappy squares that is beginner-friendly. The surrounding squares can be from a charm pack,...

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  • Please enjoy this free project from Dresden Carnival! A visit to the fair isn’t complete without some cotton candy. Picture the cotton candy as it swirls around the cone in subtle gradations from dark to light. This combination of colors...

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  • Located in the area of Istanbul, Eyüp is on the Golden Horn, and the region extends to the Black Sea. The town itself lies beyond the walls of Istanbul and is known as a burial area. The Eyüp Sultan Mosque is a sacred place, as it holds...

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  • Enjoy this free project from Sandra Clemons' Scrap Patchwork! These fabric boxes are great! They can be used for storing stash or scrap fabric. The color of each box represents the colors of the scraps inside. I used Mochi Dot Linen by Moda,...

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  • Instead of the fastest draw in the west, I’m writing to tell you about the fastest way to make a pillow. This title should not be confused—I'm definitely not saying I’m the fastest sewist! (Not that every time you make a pillow it needs...

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  • I love bed runners. They’re a great quilted project to dress up your bed without having to make a full-size quilt. Moreover, their smaller size makes them easier to quilt. If you wish to make a full quilt, simply follow the placement...

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  • This content is an excerpt and a free pattern from Euphoria Tapestry Quilts by Deborah Kemball. In a way, this is the anomaly in my repertoire. I like to try to give all my flowers some sense of movement and flow, but here is a couch potato of...

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  • Finished Block: 3" x 3" • Finished Pillow: 18" x 18" We're so pleased to offer you a sample project from Visual Guide to Patchwork & Quilting! This patchwork pillow from Sherri McConnell is perfect piecing practice. From Sherri: "The...

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  • Lovely embroidered hills add a lot of delicious charm to this little village. This project is perfect for experimenting with decorative stitching and for making some of your own patterns. Fill one hill with an abundance of French knots in various colors;...

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  • Every year, I find myself once again looking for the perfect pumpkins for my porch and walkways. These pumpkins usually are not perfect at all. I like them lopsided, with spots, and always with stems. These wooly pumpkins are my way of bringing them into...

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  • Happy St. Patrick's Day! The Shamrock Pillow is a scrap-busting project featuring reverse appliqué and the option for simple hand embroidery. I had fun digging through my scraps to see what unusual combinations I could come up with for this St...

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  • A pillow is a great first project because it’s small and simple. And you can make it in a fabric and color that goes with your room. Choose a fabric you love that is also machine washable. You’ll probably want to wash it if...

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  • These beautiful, one-of-a-kind watercolor-looking ribbons can be used to wrap a special package, tie in hair, wear as a belt, or make a bracelet. They add a personal decorative touch to a special event or party. For an array of textures...

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  • Please enjoy this free project by Wendy Williams, from Make Pillows! What a charming village! The background fabrics for this pillow are shot cotton in two shades of gray. Try using other colors or even small prints. Choose colors that allow...

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  • Afraid of curves? You shouldn’t be. With a little practice they are really very easy to sew and can give you a lot of design options. I once was afraid of curves, but I overcame that fear and now I love them. Here are two quick and easy patterns...

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  • Insul-Fleece is easy to sew through and you can machine wash and tumble dry with no bunching. And with just one craft pack you can make a whole lunch bag, several pot holders, or two of the below handy, dandy Christmas Casserole Carriers...

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  • In honor of Love Note Day, we're sharing this beautiful free project from Adventures in Hexagons by Emily Breclaw. What a wonderful way to let someone know how much you love them!  Hexagon Size: 2 ̋ • Finished Quilt: 39 3/4 ̋ ×...

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  • For me, September means Fall and the start of the holiday season. I’m from Michigan and that’s usually the month we get the first chill in the air and the apple orchards are prime for picking and warm cinnamon donuts at the...

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