Category Archives: patterns

New York Beauty

New York Beauty Quilts Electrified: 12 Fun, Skill-Building Projects Using Easy Foundation Paper-Piecing Techniques to Electrify New York Beauty Blocks by Linda J. Hahn, Deborah G. Stanley New York Beauty Quilts New York Beauty quilts were introduced in the mid-1800s. … Continue reading

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Rock That Quilt Block – Hourglass

A couple weeks ago designers Linda J. Hahn and Deborah G. Stanley had us ROCKING the Country Crown Block. (In case you missed it…here is the link). Today we will be ROCKING the Hourglass block! Rock That Quilt Block: Hourglass … Continue reading

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The Gnomes Are Here

You asked for it….You got it!The Gnomes are marching in! QuiltWoman.com announces new product lines. Well you get the idea…there are just too many colors to show! All can be found on QuiltWoman.com. You will find individual or bundles to … Continue reading

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Welcome to a New Designer

Bound To Be Quilting is excited to be part of the team at QuiltWoman.com. Wework almost daily either designing, writing, or sewing up patterns – it’s becomeour life! We are currently working with five fabric companies to provide them andyou … Continue reading

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Amazing Flowers Steal the Show in a New Quilt Pattern

Designer Cheryl Daines Brown joins us today: Flowers! I love flowers! I loved them enough when I was 5 that David Gilbert and I decided to try eating them. My dad had a beautiful bed of irises and the leaves … Continue reading

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Back To Basics

Many needlecrafts that were popular in years past have been having a surge of renewed popularity. Just visit Pinterest and search for Needle Punch or Rug Punch and you will be inspired to try a “new old craft”. I recently … Continue reading

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Summertime with Aunt Em

School got out this week and Memorial Day was last weekend.  Its official, summer is here!  YEAH!  Time for picnic’s and gardens. Aunt Em’s Beeline quilt is perfect for both. And heaven knows when that garden gets going you’re going … Continue reading

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Great New Northcott Pattern

A great new pattern from the girls at Upper Canada Quiltworks Publishing. Nellie Holmes and Christine Baker are the co-owners and designers at Upper Canada Quiltworks Publishing. They have been designing quilt patterns and writing books for over 15 years … Continue reading

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Humble Beginnings

Humble Beginnings Today I’m going to take you on a little journey behind the scenes. Let’s go all the way back to a quilt’s very humble beginnings, the cotton plant. Cotton plant Now this is what I call a blank … Continue reading

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On Pins and Needles Part 2

On Pins and Needles Part 2   Choosing the right hand sewing needle can be overwhelming. Their odd names often don’t help point you in the right direction either. Ultimately, you want a needle that feels comfortable in your hand, glides easily through … Continue reading

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