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This is a t-shirt quilt top (not quilted yet) I made for a client.
She was so excited to finally get all of her sports team memorabilia into a quilt where she could enjoy it!
I was so pleased to create this quilt. It’s now ready to move onto the longarmer!
Making t-shirt quilts are SO much fun!
If you happen to have my Denim Circle Rag Bag pattern you might be interested in the brand new cutting directions. I created a detailed breakdown (diagrams) of how to cut all of the pieces you will need from the denim jeans.
It’s just not the same to cut up jeans as it is to cut up traditional yardage! So…I wanted to further clarify this process.
If you’d like a copy, just click on this link:
As always Thank You all for visiting!
Up until today, I’ve been trying to figure out how to make one of those cool photo collages I see on other people’s blogs all the time! You know, the one’s where they have a bunch of pictures beautifully arranged in a table with a banner over the top that says, “15 ways to decorate a pumpkin!” Or something like that…
I accidently stumbled onto a site today that will do this! It’s called PicMonkey, am I the last person to find out about it? This site let’s you make a variety of photo collages in lots of different shapes and sizes! It doesn’t do the pretty banners though…still looking for those.
Here’s an example using quilts I have for sale in my Etsy Shop! I LOVE the way PicMonkey does this for you! So professional!
This is a beautiful quilt by NanaChar. I found it in a post at the QuiltingBoard and I just LOVE it! You can find the quilt HERE.
I think this is the best Canning Jar quilt I’ve ever seen. I’m definitely inspired to make one now that I’ve seen NanaChar’s!!
BTW, LOVE the adorable little dog in the center of the quilt!
And these fabrics would look SOOOOO good in it!
There’s just something so appealing about fruit and vegetable fabrics! I think it’s the bright colors and of course, the FOOD!