Category Archives: Featured Quilters

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Carrots! – Just On Time For Easter!

I am absolutely delighted to have found Ameroonie Designs and you will be, too! Here is just one example of what you will discover on Amy Chappell’s Blog. Of course, you’ll find much more, so be sure to click on her link! Don’t you just love her fabric carrots?  The best thing is that they are quick …

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A Quilt Commission from Quilts for Sale

  Besides selling quilts made by our quilters, many Quilts for Sale quilters also accept special commissions. JoAn Craig recently accepted one from Karen Merrigan of Image X. Karen and her coworkers wanted a special birthday gift. Quilts for Sale put JoAn in touch with Karen and she accepted the commission . This is what …

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Texas Bluebonnets

Pat Giesecke,  a very talented quilter, among her many other talents, has graciously shared her wonderful photos of Texas Bluebonnets. Here is what Pat has to say about them: “I’ve lived in Texas almost all my life and I’ve only seen bluebonnets like this a handful of times. We were privileged to get to experience …

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Men Who Quilt – Rob Appell

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Victoriana Quilt Designs

Victoriana Quilt Designs is Benita Skinner‘s website. If you aren’t already familiar with it, you will want to be! Benita is an Independent quilt designer who’s living off grid in a forest. Her site Victoriana Quilt Designs always has something for you to save or try, including original quilt patterns, the free Block of the Month, Design …

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Victoriana Quilt Designs & 60º Scrap Quilt Tutorial

 If you haven’t visited Benita Skinner‘s  Victoriana Quilt Designs, you will want to do so soon! Lots of great patterns to be found there, among other goodies. You will like her Facebook page, too. Recently, on her Facebook page, Benita shared the link to a 60º Scrap Quilt Tutorial  from Magnolia Bay Quilts. This is a …

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This is a must read for all quilters! Hunter has said it all so perfectly. Be sure to spread this to all of your quilting friends! Read the original post and all the resulting comments here. All Inclusive I recently attended a guild meeting, where the speaker began her talk by making a statement along the …

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Kristy’s Quilt – a New Book by Brandy Maslowski

I am pleased to introduce you to Brandy Maslowski, author of a wonderful new book, Kristy’s Quilt and to have her as my first Guest Blogger. Here she is. Are you looking for a heartwarming quilt-related gift for a child or grandchild in your family? Brandy Lynn Maslowski, the host of Canadian Quilt Talk, is constantly telling …

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Passing It On

We quilters all want to pass on our skills to younger generations. It is very heartening to know that it is actually happening. Young Zoe, at the age of 8 wanted to learn to sew. She was making a stuffed animal – a squirrel in this case – and needed more fabric. Zoe went next …

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