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Pattern Trends

In the last two blogs I talked about the top 20 patterns that were purchased by our customers during June. In case you missed them here are the links. 20 Patterns – Part 1 and 20 Patterns – Part 2 … Continue reading

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20 Patterns – Part 2

This week I will be sharing #10 all the way to #1 of the most ordered patterns in June. If you missed #11 -20 here is a link. #10 QBE-104 USA Patchwork Showcase some interesting large prints or Full size … Continue reading

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20 Patterns -Part 1

In a previous blog (Classic Pattern Redo) I talked about how fun it is to fulfill the daily orders that come in to QuiltWoman.com. I love to see the different styles and interests of our customers, and also getting the … Continue reading

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Flip Flip Dot

While browsing the Quiltwoman.com website I saw a classic pattern that I really liked. I liked it because the pattern looked very versatile. With just a quick change of fabrics it could be used for anyone. It is called Flip … Continue reading

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Classic Pattern Redo

Even though I have worked for QuiltWoman.com for many years I still have not seen all of the patterns that we currently carry.  There are just so many of them!  The bonus of working for QuiltWoman.com is getting the first … Continue reading

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Water Lily Surprise

I am still in the first year of owning my new home here in Western NY. Fall was beautiful as the large maple tree in front showed its colors.  Winter gave me a chance for rest and settling in.  Now, … Continue reading

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Stitch and Flip Adventures

by Kathleen Khosravi of Olive Leaf Quilts Have you ever looked at a quilt with thousands of little pieces and wondered how someone found the time and fortitude to make such a thing. Well, sometimes there are easier ways. My … Continue reading

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Quick and Easy Machine Quilting

This is one of the main features that encouraged Sandy Petsche to design her new pattern series “Quick Kids Quilts”. Big pattern pieces, no triangles, beginner friendly, all two-color quilts, and all smaller size quilts – all of these features … Continue reading

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“It’s the Little Things” Kit-of-the-Month

The other day I was thinking that I have SO many quilts and a crazy number of pillows that I just don’t “need” any more but I still want to keep making things. I love playing with my GO! Cutter … Continue reading

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Twisted Hearts

by Mary Ann Sprague, of Mary Ann’s Makings Over the last few years, I’ve experimented with foundation paper-pieced quilts and table runners. Through paper-piecing, I’ve explored the world of Celtic knots, incorporating shadows into the quilt top to show the … Continue reading

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