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South West, England
About Blog - The quilting magazine that shares your passion for fabric! We publish 13 times a year, featuring must-make projects, essential techniques, interviews, news and reviews from the world of modern quilting. 100 pages of quilting, patchwork and fabric projects, features, news and reviews with a truly contemporary focus.
About Blog - I am a self-taught quilter and have been designing and sewing my own quilted crafts since 1997 when I suddenly decided to make a baby quilt for a co-worker. I immediately fell in love with the idea of painting pictures with fabric instead of watercolour. I am greatly inspired by tea, Japanese country patchwork, and the online craft community where I am known as PatchworkPottery.
About Blog - Hi, I’m Kerry, I’m 29, and I have fingers in many pies- I have made and sold chocolates and jewellery for many years, but now I’m expanding into other areas and just love patchwork. I like how all the little pieces come back together to make something great! I enjoy making pictorial quilts especially.
About Blog - I'm crazy about applique and patch quilts and hand quilting. Married 39 years and retired. Living in North Bay, Ontario, Canada. My blog is about my passion for quilting and just a little bit about my life and family. I make the quilts that my heart tells me to.
Denver, CO USA
About Blog - Blog where millions of members are inspired to create with online video classes, supplies and patterns. Check out the Craftsy Blog for tips, techniques, project ideas and more. Enjoy endless inspiration.
Fort Collins, Colorado
About Blog - Quilting Daily is a community for quilters who want inspiration, innovation, motivation, quilting content and quilt patterns for all levels and interests. Learn Modern, handmade patchwork quilt patterns, techniques, and projects using patchwork quilting.
About Blog - The Moda Bake Shop is a website/blog created by Moda Fabrics to provide “recipes” using Moda pre-cuts. The recipes are free and they come with step-by-step instructions and plenty of pictures of gorgeous Moda Fabric. The recipes also come with a list of ingredients, and they are rated for level of difficulty.
About Blog - This is the Tilda studio blog where we post a little inspiration and wish you a creative day. The studio is where Tilda products are designed and books are made, from beginning to end. This is where we build scenes for book photography and create the Tilda atmosphere.
About Blog - The ultimate patchwork and quilting resource, from the publishers of the UK's essential quilting magazine, Popular Patchwork. Mission is to Bring traditional and contemporary patchwork & quilting to the fabricaholics of the United Kingdom.
About Blog - I am a designer, author, illustrator, stitcher and I just love crafting and making things. I live on the North West coast of England with my lovely husband. My family mean the world to me - I have two amazing grown up daughters and three sweet grandchildren - two boys and a girl.
About Blog - My name is Lynne Tyler and I live in New England in the USA. I've been sewing since 5th grade and making quilts since college. I love working with abstract shapes and color. I love strip piecing. I'm trained as an artist, and I love the graphic quality of quilts. I'd rather take the time to make something beautiful than buy something ugly.
About Blog - Basically, this blog is a diary with pictures. It follows patchwork and quilting projects made by myself in my Quilty Quarters, and those made by all the lovely people who come to classes and workshops. There will be quite a few snippets about daily life in my very own quilt shop too.
About Blog - I am a mother to my 3 children , i am a hopeless romantic, constant daydreamer, i love Patchwork,Crochet,Vintage shops, Cath kidston, Shabby chic, Painted furniture, Cosy nights in by the fire , Candlelight, Old black and white movies.
About Blog - The NIPG meet on the 1st Saturday of the month usually in Cultra Folk and Transport Museum. The Guild is vibrant, hard working and dynamic. It is also fun and a great way to meet and share and have a bit of craic!
About Blog - In 1995 Robin Gartner, who at the time was a teacher at Wauchope Public School, organised the first meeting for the group. There were, and still are, two meetings a week during school terms. Over the years the group has grown and we now have a membership of just over 60 strong. A typical meeting would be full of chatter, the sharing of projects, techniques, ideas and help.
About Blog - Maclean Patchwork and Quilters is a not for profit group of crafters that is affiliated with the , Lower Clarence Arts and Crafts Association Inc. The group was formed in 1989. We meet every Tuesday in Maclean to stitch and enjoy friendship. We raise money for charitable organisations throughout the year and make quilts to donate to worthwhile causes.
About Blog - This page is where I will be sharing all my exploits into the world of several different needlecrafts. My first love is patchwork and quilting but I also try my hand at embroidery, crochet and knitting.
About Blog - Marcelle’s Patchwork Cottage stocks a variety of fabric (from the likes of Moda, Free Spirit, and Dashwood Studios), has a range of nifty notions, and is a registered Bernina Dealership. Marcelle also provides a long-arm quilting service, to help you add the perfect finishing touches to your latest creation.
About Blog - Elm Grove Patchwork has a strong focus on reproduction fabrics and traditional quilt making. Our aim is to provide high quality fabrics, tools, and service, so you in turn can produce exquisite quilts which your family will treasure for many years to come.
About Blog - We are a group of quilters with different skill levels and experience who foster the art of patchwork and quilting from traditional to modern and art quilts. We make friendship the cornerstone of our Guild, and encourage our members to share and extend their skills.
About Blog - Waverley Patchworkers has over 300 members and is based in the eastern suburbs of Melbourne, Victoria. We focus on all things quilting and patchwork and meet regularly to practice our skills, share knowledge and support the community.
About Blog - Our dynamic group has membership of over 80 women, who come from many walks of life; some with young children, mothers of school aged children, empty nesters and some older. The common thread that binds us is our love of the art of quilting, of textiles and textile arts.
About Blog - Hi! I’m Allison, an obsessive patchwork quilter who has no desire to be cured! I’ve been developing my skills and knowledge by paying attention at my local quilting group and by putting my questions into the computer search engine.
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