Simple Landscapes with Stitch and Paint Tutorial
Fibre artist and quilter Ana Buzzalino explains in detail how she creates exquisite landscapes in her fibre art pieces. Ana Buzzalino www.anabuzzalino.com Instagram: ana_buzzalino Facebook: anabuzzalino
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Abstract Quilted Landscape
Quilter Elaine Theriault encourages you to take a break from rules and regulations of most quilting patterns and enjoy the process of quilting ad lib to create original one-of-a-kind fibre art quilted pieces. She explains the process of creating scenes according to your wishes and colour choices. Enjoy the flow! Designed by Elaine Theriault crazyquilteronabike.blogspot.ca
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A Simple Spring Landscape Quilt
Sometimes simple shapes can be very effective in conveying a spring-like landscape. Tania Denyer puts the fun into quilting by creating a colourful idyllic spring scene. Designed by Tania Denyer Instagram: tania.creates
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Harvest Time Glasses Case with Clasp
Reminiscent of her favourite place in the world, the Ukrainian countryside where her grandmother lives, is Olesya Lebedenko’s source of inspiration for this stunning and practical landscape project. The Harvest Time Glasses Case is a showstopper and a conversation starter wherever you take it. Designed by Olesya Lebedenko Patreon.com/olesyalebedenkodesign [email protected] Instagram Facebook
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Hosta Leaf in Fused Reverse Appliqué
Elaine Quehl is fantastic at capturing the details and nuances of a Hosta Leaf, and many gardners have admired her art quilts dipicting the varieties of the Hosta Leaf. In this feature she shares a simple project for a small, fused appliqué quilt with only two layers to get your feet wet and try quilting one of these beauties yourself. Designed by Elaine Quehl Quilt Artist and Designer elainequehl.com elainequehl.blogspot.com
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Fall Foliage Wall Quilt
Are you ready for your next step in your quilting journey? Award winning quilter Claire Haillot was ready to let go of quilting rules and work with her gut feeling therefore improvising the design for the Fall Foliage Wall Quilt. The technique involves working with 60-degrees rulers. See how she went about making this fall splendour quilt. Claire Haillot www.quiltingwithclaire.com
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Canada the Majestic Wall Quilt
A dynamic machine embroidery duo collaborates to make two versions of the same quilt, replicating four majestic Canadian landmarks. Annette uses applique and Betty uses PhotoStitch Wizard in the mySewnet™ embroidery software, both create this masterpiece on the PFAFF® creative icon 2. Full instructions given from photo to finished wall quilt. Annete Janca Education and Marketing Administrative Support SVP Canada Inc.
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Sea to Sky Lap Quilt
The Sea to Sky Quilt is a beautiful design using log cabin quilt blocks. It's an intermediate project which is sure to encourage a beginner quilter to explore this challenging quilt block. This design is easier to make than it looks. Designed by Heather McArthur [email protected] shutupandquilt.wordpress.com
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The concept and importance of RESILIENCE
In this detailed tutorial, Ana Buzzalino describes step-by-step how to use oil-based paint sticks to make an art quilt that reflects her experience of the pandemic. Her word is ‘resilience’. Instructions include step-by-step photos and useful tips. Ana Buzzalino www.anabuzzalino.com Instagram: ana_buzzalino Facebook: anabuzzalino
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Give Thanks Table Runner
Quilter Elaine Theriault stitched out her expression of gratitiude from an embroidery file she designed in the mySewnet Embroidery Software, a software with over 246 fonts and the ability to create additional fonts. Elaine then played with the shape of the word ‘thanks’ and created a mirrored motif rather than have the word stand out by itself. What’s not to love about the subtle look! Designed by Elaine Theriault crazyquilteronabike.blogspot.ca
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Family and Friends Quilt
Family and friends are what comes first for Paul Léger, and some friends can be more like family, hence the banner. Family is also represented in Braille in this banner. Designed by Paul Léger www.paullegerquilts.com
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Teach Peace Flower Power Quilt
A beloved symbol stands the test of time and is now more relevant than ever before. Inspired by living a peaceful life as a desired state of mind, Clodagh Coker of The Quilt Store created this stunning flower power quilt as a token to remember to always choose peace in our hearts, daily life, and in all relationships.The quilt measures 51" x 58". Designed by Clodagh Coker The Quilt Store 17817 Leslie Street, Unit 40 Newmarket, Ontario L3Y 8C6 www.thequiltstore.ca 905.853.7001
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Live a Life Quilt
Blind contouring is a very liberating form of quilting for those who wish to express themselves through the art of quilting. It's a way of soothing emotions and the soul. Quilting artist Tania Denyer expresses what Covid brought into the light for her, bringing a better understanding and acceptance of herself. Includes instructions for the process of making your own design, threads, and fabric used. Designed by Tania Denyer Instagram: tania.creates
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Words of Gratitude and Wisdom Tree Subway Art
Words of gratitude and wisdom are machine embroidered on canvas in this heartwarming portrait of a tree using ribbon embroidery, the mySewnet App, and theHUSQVARNA® VIKING® DESIGNER EPIC™ 2. Detailed instructions and photos make it a breeze to follow every step of the machine embroidery process. Designed by Betty Biberdorf Product & Event Specialist Educator Event & Sewing Specialist Coordinator PFAFF® and HUSQVARNA VIKING® Sewing Machines SVP Canada Inc. [email protected]
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Puzzle of Time Quilt
Cathy McClean creates a memory quilt that reflects her experience during the pandemic. A time for replacing daily routine with a new way of life inspired her to keep what was most important. Working with Gütermann Threads, Odif 404, 505 sprays, HeatnBond, UNIQUE quilting Template Plastic, lend a helping hand. Designed by Cathy McLean Product Specialist www.hakidd.com
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Beautiful Quilt Journal
The beauty of the Beautiful Quilt Journal is that there are many ways to make it! Make this quilted fibre art project your own by using words that are meaningful to you, piecing the backdrop with your favourite scraps, and adding the amount of metallic threads you desire. This pattern includes the article Get Your Metal On! 7 Tips for Using Metallic Threads, with step by step instruction photos. Designed by Heather McArthur [email protected] shutupandquilt.wordpress.com
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Floral Fancy Cushion Cover
Floral Fancy cushion cover will brighten any room in the home. It's a wool applique project using wool and Valdani Threads to easily accomplish a stunning look - kit available. Designed by Christine Baker Fairfield Road Designs P.O Box 64 Brockville, ON K6V 5T7 613.342.1042 www.fairfieldroaddesigns.com www.uppercanadaquiltworks.com
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Dazzling Diamonds Table Runners
Playing with scraps is always a lot of fun! Here are 2 table runners using the same diamond block pattern. It’s one of those quilting projects you want to make to relieve stress, it’s so easy and quick to make! Designed by Elaine Theriault crazyquilteronabike.blogspot.ca
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I LOVE colour! quilt
In this easy yet impactful quilt, Paul exercises his love of colour in this stunning rainbowlike quilt. He uses different triangle measurements to add interest so it’s not an HST quilt. Fabrics used are from the Michael Miller Fabrics Cotton Couture Collection. For the neutral backdrop he chose a taupe colour called Coin from the same collection. Designed by Paul Léger www.paullegerquilts.com
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Pop Pouch
This is an adorable and easy to make pouch pattern that will be a favourite for years to come. The front block is paper pieced, and the pouch is quilted. The tiny parts of the design are hand pieced, then sewn by machine as the front block gets larger. Step by step photos included. Designed by Olesya Lebedenko Patreon.com/olesyalebedenkodesign [email protected] Instagram Facebook
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3-D Pinwheels Wall Hanging
For the Neutral with a Pop of Colour theme, Clodagh Coker of The Quilt Store had the brilliant idea of making colourful three-dimensional pinwheels the stars of this quilted wall hanging! Designed by Clodagh Coker The Quilt Store 17817 Leslie Street, Unit 40 Newmarket, Ontario L3Y 8C6 www.thequiltstore.ca 905.853.7001
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Modern Monogram Cushion
Step by step instructions on how to execute the luxurious embroidery on a decorative cushion cover using the beautiful built-in monogram embroidery designs on the Brother Luminaire XP2. Customized cushion covers are some of the most popular gifts to commemorate a special person or event. Designed by Lynn Swanson Brother Educator www.brother.ca
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Star Gazing Table Runner
An expert educator for PFAFF and Husqvarna Viking Machines, Betty Biberdorf shares an indepth tutorial on how to machine embroider a runner on the PFAFF creative icon 2. Also using the mySewnet PLATINUM Embroidery Software, SewNotice App, creative Grand Quilters Hoop. Designed by Betty Biberdorf Product & Event Specialist Educator Event & Sewing Specialist Coordinator PFAFF® and HUSQVARNA VIKING® Sewing Machines SVP Canada Inc. [email protected]
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A Splash of Red Quilt
This is an easy and fun quilt to make! In this case it's making the printed fabric do all the work, all you have to worry about is choosing your pop of colour and pencil quilting for an irresistible lap quilt. 4 other sizes included. Designed by Cathy McLean Product Specialist www.hakidd.com
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Green is for Golf Shoe Bag
Heather McArthur creates a shoe bag for her newly acquired golf shoes! This bag is made of cotton fabrics and Polyurethane Laminate. Designed by Heather McArthur [email protected] shutupandquilt.wordpress.com
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Cardinal Woods Quilt
Cardinal Woods Quilt
There is nothing more beautiful than the stark contrast of the Red Cardinal against a bright winter sky. The inspiration behind this piece are the pair of cardinals that nest in Clodagh's trees every year. Instructions complete with templates. Designed by Clodagh Coker The Quilt Store 17817 Leslie Street, Unit 40 Newmarket, Ontario L3Y 8C6 www.thequiltstore.ca 905.853.7001
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Under The Canopy Quilt
Under the Canopy Quilt
Awesome new quilting technique! After paying close attention to the trees on her daily walks, Elaine saw some beautiful patterns on the tree trunks. More walking and daydreaming gave way to the bark pattern as the quilt design emerged. The colours represent fall colours. The seams are wonky, as are branches in real life. Now wouldn’t you want to make a quilt fort using this quilt? Designed by Elaine Theriault crazyquilteronabike.blogspot.ca
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The Pixelated Tree Quilt
The Pixelated Tree Quilt
Inspired by a quilting retreat about improvising and composition Paul Léger attended in 2016, he plays with that concept creating a pixel art tree without an initial set design, using his fabric stash. See how it's done. Designed by Paul Léger www.paullegerquilts.com
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A Tree for Every Season
A Tree for Every Season Quilt Blocks
Created specifically for this issue, Olesya was inspired by the beauty of trees in every season to create 6" quilt blocks. Designed by Olesya Lebedenko Patreon.com/olesyalebedenkodesign [email protected] Instagram Facebook
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Family Tree Wall Hanging
Family Tree Wall Hanging
Using the capabilities of the Brother Luminaire XP and the versatile ScanNCut to create a family tree. Designed by Lynn Swanson Brother Educator www.brother.ca
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