Making Hexagon Quilt Blocks by Machine
Making Hexagon Quilt Blocks by Machine
Join Ana Buzzalino in her studio as she is inspired by Kaffe Fassett’s floral fabrics to make a hexagon quilt. This is a tutorial on how to make the hexagon quilt blocks instead of using English paper piecing. Includes: the material list, photos, and instructions on how to prepare, cut, and piece the hexagon quilt blocks together. Ana Buzzalino www.anabuzzalino.com Instagram: ana_buzzalino Facebook: anabuzzalino
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Owl-Flower Pencil Case
Owl-Flower Pencil Case
Elements of flowers as animals have been floating through Olesya Lebedenko’s imagination for several years. But one day walking by a garden full of gerberas she envisioned them with owl faces surrounded by colorful petals. She created this pencil case to carry with her wherever she goes. “I love flowers and wildlife! I always have a flower in my pocket!” says Olesya. This Owl-Flower pencil case is made using sewing and quilting basics and appliquéing the flower on the front side of the case using blind stitching by hand or sewing machine if you prefer. Includes: material list, instructions, templates, and order of stitching, step-by-step instruction photos. Designed by Olesya Lebedenko Patreon.com/olesyalebedenkodesign [email protected] Instagram Facebook
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On the Other Side of the Picket Fence Wall Quilt
On the Other Side of the Picket Fence Wall Quilt
A row of Gerber daisies pops up above the picket fence to say hello! Appliqué, piecing, curved checkerboard piecing, thread play, and colour wash are exciting quilting methods used to make this sunny wall quilt. This quilted piece has a pieced background with green at the bottom behind the fence moving into the blue for the sky. It has a colour wash effect, and the sky is a curved checkerboard pieced design. Designer: Jennifer Houlden Quilts by Jen FB QuiltsByJen 705.835.3064
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Simple Landscapes with Stitch and Paint Tutorial
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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Harvest Time Glasses Case with Clasp
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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The concept and importance of RESILIENCE
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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Beautiful Quilt Journal
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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Pop Pouch
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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Green is for Golf Shoe Bag
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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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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Oh, Christmas Tree Advent Calendar
Oh, Christmas Tree Advent Calendar Quilt
This is one of the most charming advent calendar quilt patterns you'll find! Made primarily out of flying geese and in the shape of half a Christmas tree. Designed by Heather McArthur [email protected] shutupandquilt.wordpress.com
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The Baby Quilt Block
The Baby Quilt Block
To commemorate the arrival of a friend's baby, Olesya Lebedenko created this adorable baby quilt block. This is the 326th quilt block in her 365 Days Quilt Scraps Challenge. Designed by Olesya Lebedenko Patreon.com/olesyalebedenkodesign [email protected] Instagram Facebook
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Pop Art Pet Banner
Pop Art Pet Banner
Pop Art is so much fun when paired up with the image of your favourite pet! See how to go about making this adorable pop art banner using easy sewing techniques! Designed by Heather McArthur [email protected] shutupandquilt.wordpress.com
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Moroccan Mug Rug
Moroccan Mug Rug
The inspiration for this design was a window grate in a photo of an old door in Morocco. But in this feature, Judith also gives you many options for capturing design ideas to embroider. The Moroccan Mug Rug instructions include design options on the same theme and diagrams, including diagrams for embroidery stitches used. Designed by Judith Marquis Amberlane & Amberpetites www.amberlane.ca
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Blossom Quilt
Blossom Quilt
Inspired by her book Edge-to-Edge Walking Foot Quilting Designs, Melissa Marginet created this adorable table runner as an example of the many more brilliant designs possible using her walking foot quilting design technique. Designed by Melissa Marginet Instagram: @melissamarginet Facebook: Melissa Marginet Etsy
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Another Brick in The Wall Quilt
Another Brick in The Wall Quilt
Quilter Paul Léger loves bright colours, he always did, even when they weren't really a fashion trend. He highlights bright colours whenever possible in his quilting. Another Brick in the Wall quilt is another example how you can use up your favourite scraps and un-used fat quarters. Designed by Paul Leger www.paullegerquilts.com
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Under Construction Quilt Pattern
Under Construction Quilt
The fabrics used in the bricks, the border, and the words were made using the photocopier function on an INKJET printer. The fabric for the mortar and the binding are commercial prints. Elaine used the bricks on her house as the guide for the sizes. Feel free to change up the sizes to suit your project. There are many novelty or architectural prints on the market that you can use instead of creating your own. Designed by Elaine Theriault crazyquilteronabike.blogspot.ca
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The Windmill Quilt Block
The Windmill Quilt Block
The Windmill is the 140th patchwork block in Olesya’s year-long quilt scrap challenge 2019. The challenge has been a resounding success for Olesya, on social media and published book, Moments in Pieces, to celebrate the achievement. In this feature, she shares her windmill pattern with ANPTmag. Designed by Olesya Lebedenko Patreon.com/olesyalebedenkodesign [email protected] Instagram Facebook
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Maritime Houses Quilt Pattern
Maritime Houses Quilt
Clodagh Coker of The Quilt Store was inspired to make this wall hanging after the Covid-19 lock down. Using machine embroidery and patchwork, she inspires people to keep busy with their quilting while in isolation. 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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Sol y Mar Bed Scarf
Sol y Mar Bed Scarf
Inspired by her trip to Loreto in beautiful Mexico, Lynn Swanson created a bed runner mimicking the ornate tiles where she was staying. Make it as a bed or table runner or as a single tile for a hot plate, using the Brother ScanNCut SDX225. Patterns for tile designs included in the instructions. Designed by Lynn Swanson Brother Educator www.brother.ca
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Criss Cross Quilt
Criss Cross Quilt
Heather McArthur re creates a barn doors design in this modern quilt. Full instructions and diagrams. Designer by Heather McArthur [email protected] www.shutupandquilt.wordpress.com
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Whimsical Pin Cushion
Whimsical Pin Cushion
Learn how to make this adorable pin cushion. Fabric scraps will be perfect to use in this project. Designed by Nubia Moreira That Sewing Place 16610 Bayview Ave # 10 Newmarket, ON L3X 1X3 905.715.7725 thatsewingplace.ca facebook: TSPNewmarket
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Woven Pathways Quilt
Woven Pathways Quilt
Daphne created this quilt to commemorate her connection to her mother and grandmother. The intricate links in this one-block quilt design represents how the three women are linked together through the generations. Designer by Daphne Greig Pattern and Fabric Designer, Instructor 2013 Professional Quilter Teacher of the Year Nominee www.daphnegreig.com daphnegreig.blogspot.com www.patchworkstudio.com Pinterest Facebook
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This is How I Roll Quilt
This is How I Roll Quilt
A quilt that expresses Elaine Theriault's passion for cycling, with quilted treads and cycling prints as the focal point of the fabrics from Northcott, it will be the favourite of all cycling aficionados! Designed by Elaine Theriault crazyquilteronabike.blogspot.ca
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Black Cat Quilt Scraps
Black Cat Quilt Scraps
This itsy-bitsy patchwork block is from Olesya's 365 days quilt scrap challenge. It measures 3½" square and will give you such satisfaction in piecing it together! Full piecing instructions and diagrams. Designed by Olesya Lebedenko Patreon.com/olesyalebedenkodesign [email protected] Instagram Facebook
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Forty – a Birthday Quilt
Forty – a Birthday Quilt
This very quick and easy quilt is done using large flying geese while exploring interesting prints. Great quilt pattern to practice your flying geese method. Designed by Sarah Vanderburgh www.sewjoycreations.com
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Amy’s Reading Cushion
Amy’s Reading Cushion
This is the perfect gift for the avid reader in your life. Created using cool features on the Brother Luminaire XP1; full instructions for making the cushion. Designed by Lynn Swanson Brother Educator Western Canada www.brother.ca
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Spotted Spools Quilted Banner
Spotted Spools Quilted Banner
A refreshing take on spools, this banner reflects our love for everything sewing and quilting. This is an easy quilted banner to make for your sewing space or to make for a favourite quilting friend. 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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Water Resistant Lunch Bag
Water Resistant Lunch Bag
When looking for a gift idea for children and grandchildren, there's nothing that starts off a school year with a fresh new lunch bag from Mom or Nana. Full instructions on how to make it using UNIQUE therm fleece, Gütermann Threads, OdiCoat. Designed by Cathy McLean www.hakidd.com
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Repurposed Pottery Pin Cushions
Repurposed Pottery Pin Cushions
These pincushions are based on a long ago summer camp craft project. Back then, we used empty frozen juice cans. I found these pottery pieces on a trip to a local thrift store for less than $1. You can use cups and saucers too. Just glue the cup to the saucer with some seriously strong glue. The saucer can corral stray buttons, a bobbin or two, or provide a resting place for scissors. Create these Re-purposed Pottery Pincushions for yourself, a few of your stitching pals, or for sale at a fundraising bazaar. Designed by Nancy Devine 905.841.8333 [email protected]
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