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Friday
Sep082017

Graffiti Quilting by Karlee Porter

Graffiti Quilting is a modern quilting technique developed by me, Karlee Porter, and today I want to tell you all about it! It combines all your favorite quilting motifs and absolutely none of the planning that you’re used to. Okay, maybe a little planning, but not much. Graffiti Quilting is a great opportunity for you to give yourself permission to let go of your free motion quilting inhibitions. So kiss the quilt police goodbye, and say hello to living free and letting your creative juices flow! If you really love this article, you can check out more of Karlee's work at www.karleeporter.com.

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Friday
Aug252017

Sweet Strawberry Pillows

Want to make some really sweet memories with your little one? Try this perfect mommy/daddy and me project — A sweet tooth fairy pillow creates a treasured heirloom complete with a tiny pocket for the magical tooth exchange. Then amp up your pillow making skills with a 3 dimensional plush berry pillow to top your sweetest projects list! Have fun together while encouraging your kids to develop sewing skills and the confidence to make something truly special with their own two hands — how sweet is that!

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Thursday
Jul272017

Cactus Trio

Don’t have a green thumb? Perfect! Here’s a plant that requires no watering! All you need is a little imagination and display skills. Try making a felt cactus to add a little creative decor to your home or office. Bonus! The only needles this cactus has are the ones you sew with. 

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Monday
Jul242017

Folk Art Fantasy By Amanda Murphy

Hi everyone!  My name is Amanda Murphy.  For those of you that might not know me, I'm BERNINA Quilting and Longarm Spokesperson, a fabric designer for Benartex's Contempo division, a pattern designer, teacher, and author with C&T Publishing.

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Friday
Jul072017

Sallie Tomato

Hello! My name is Jess, and I’m owner of Sallie Tomato Patterns and Purse Hardware.  I originally opened my shop in 2014, selling handmade bags to help fund my college tuition.  I discovered my passion for pattern design in 2015 when I launched my first pattern.  Now I have a growing collection of handbag, home décor, and novelty patterns.  Each of my patterns are meticulously tested by my group of pattern testers to ensure that you are purchasing a quality pattern, free from errors.

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