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Riley Blake Designs Weekly Roundup!

It’s time again for the Riley Blake Designs Weekly Roundup, where we gather in projects made by talented sewists from the World Wide Web! Amy Smart, of the Diary of a Quilter blog, finished up this charming holiday quilt featuring fabrics from the Pixie Noel collection designed by Tasha Noel. That’s not all! Amy also…

Heart & Soul Scrap Jar Stars Quilt

The Heart & Soul Blog Tour continues today with a stop at Gigi’s Thimble, where she shares a gorgeous “Scrap Jar Stars” quilt, which includes a link to a FREE tutorial to make the blocks! The Heart & Sould fabric collection, designed by Deena Rutter, is bursting with modern, saturated floras and faith-filled messages. The…

Riley Blake Designs Weekly Roundup!

We have a fun assortment of projects, ideas and inspiration from talented makers everywhere in this week’s Weekly Roundup! From paper piecing to quilts, to clothes and Christmas decor, your creativity knows no limits! Starting things off, you want to grab the FREE pattern for this Sleepover Quilt featuring Simple Simon & Co.’s latest fabric…

Flit and Bloom Christmas Tree Mini Quilt

Blue Nickel Studios has a fabulous mini tree quilt project on her blog today you won’t want to miss!   What a fun way to show off Patty Young’s Flit and Bloom fabric collection! Alternating the dark green with the bright floral and geometrics creates loads of visual interest, making this simple project a work…

Bee Happy Sew Along: Week 11

This week, Lori Holt is showing us how to add borders to our Bee Happy quilt! This is the fun part where we see it all come together!   Isn’t that hexi border cute? Lori is once again sharing step-by-step instructions using her easy applique technique.   Click HERE to hop on over to Lori’s…

Bee Happy Sew Along Week 10

Welcome to Week 10 of Lori Holt’s Bee Happy Sew Along!   This week, Lori shows us how to make this cute flower block using her unique, easy applique technique.   Lori also gives us step-by-step instructions to make this adorable watering can block. Don’t you love that background? Click HERE to visit Lori’s blog…

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