Such a delightful post and a spectacular quilt. I love this series and meeting new to me quilt designers!
Make sure to take a look at the video as well as head on over to her blog post for the full instruction list for this lovely tutorial that she has put together for us!
We’re excited to share Lynette Jensen’s all new 2016 BOM class, Garden Charm. It’s a free block of the month class exclusively available through Craftsy.
Along with the Free Class, Craftsy is offering an exclusive kit featuring beautiful, hand-picked fabric from Lynette’s two newest RJR collections, Home Again and Sand & Stone. Warm, welcoming and adorned with charming ditsy and floral prints, these fabrics come together for an enchanting, 84″ x 92″ quilt that you’ll cherish for years to come.
Hello Quilters! I am excited to be able to share with you my Neutral Territory fabric line. The colors range from cream-tan-grey and black. This reproduction group was inspired by the Civil War Blacksmiths and their traveling forge who traveled with both the North and South Armies to repair the wagons, artillery, horse shoes and tools.
This quilt Web in the Window was created using Neutral Territory and a Black Cotton Supreme Solid by RJR Fabrics. I like the way the shades of fabric blend to give the quilt depth. This quilt is designed for the confident beginner and goes together in a snap! It is available on the Legacy Patterns website.
Another pattern that will be released in January is called Salt & Pepper. It was designed using precut 2 1/2” Pixie Strips. It is perfect for a retreat or weekend project. I love the time saving feature using the precuts.
Watch and Win! Watch Indygo Junction’s new video Sew a Perfect Bias Neckline Facing and ENTER TO WIN fabric and patterns!
I’m a Belgian woman, 36 years old, with 2 kids, who studied history. I’ve been a bookseller for 12 years. I started to sew 7 years ago and my fingers have never stopped moving. My hobby transformed into a craft with Octopurse’s birth. Octopurse was born after I created some purses as gift for the teachers of my kids and they love it. I’ve done many tests to find the best shapes and a great “puffy touch”.
Octopurse allows me to share my love for colorful japanese and US fabrics. Meeting a lot of kind people all around the world is the best reward 🙂
The beautiful clutches can be can be purchased at her etsy shop.
Mary McGuire wrote her final post for Point of View. She provided her instructions for basting a quilt with her recommended quilting instructions.
“This is the first time I have designed a Fall/Harvest collection for RJR. I focused on the traditional icons and colors associated with the fall season. I wanted this collection to be timeless and versatile to compliment a variety of quilting projects and home décor. The colorations are inspired by the rich, vibrant shades of New England fall foliage. I have often enjoyed driving country roads throughout New England to take in the changing of the season.”
“The panel design is extremely versatile. The individual squares in the focal panel print measure 5 ¼ inches. They can be fussy cut individually or combined and used in a multitude of ways— grouped in fours and pieced together in a larger panel, combined in rows for borders or in elongated projects, such as table runners, and so much more.”
To celebrate the changing of the seasons, we’d like to share a fat quarter bundle of Dan Morris’ fabric collection, Shades of Autumn. To be entered in to win a fat quarter bundle, please leave a comment below about your favorite part of the changing of the seasons for Fall.