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MYoD - Week 11 - LisaHexe

MYoD - Week 11 - LisaHexe

User name of the quilter: LisaHexe

Name of the exercise: Coincidence Quilt Part III

MYoD - Week 03 - LisaHexe

MYoD - Week 03 - LisaHexe

User name of the quilter: LisaHexe

Name of the exercise: Coincidence Quilt - Part 1

MYoD - Week 07 - Kris

MYoD - Week 07 - Kris

User name of the quilter: Kris

Name of the exercise: Coincidence Quilt Part 2

Welsh Inspirations (Cushion)

Welsh Inspirations (Cushion)

Since their first trip to Wales and the Jen Jones Welsh Quilt Centre, Jutta and Johann have been huge fans of Welsh quilts and their striking quilting patterns. The celtic heritage and the rich texture created by the overall designs make Welsh Quilts a feast for the eye....

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Scrap Championships: 3rd Discipline

Scrap Championships: 3rd Discipline

Sewing by hand has seen a tremendous surge in popularity in recent years. No wonder – hand sewing projects can be taken along to amuse oneself whenever there is a risk of boring waiting times...

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Download for the Easy Denim Cushion

The Easy Denim Cushion

Yippee! The first Quilt around the World pattern is also available as PDF download... (04 September 2011)

Layered Leaves I - Assembly

Layered Leaves I - Assembly

Assembling the layers of the Layered Leaves book cover is certainly the most fun part of this project. First, you can play around with the rubbing plate and the paint-stick(s). Then, arranging and re-arranging the multi-coloured leaves brings colour and life to the solid black background. And finally, when everything is covered with bright red tulle, the entire object acquires an almost mystical quality.... (18 August 2011)

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Layered Leaves I (Book Cover)

It is widely acknowledged in the quilting world that keeping a sketchbook is a very good idea. In the best case, this sketchbook travels with you everywhere and is the last thing you “speak” to in the evening and the first to be told about your dreams when you wake up in the morning. It is evident that a confidante of such importance must be adequately dressed.

Feeling autumn already creeping up on us from every angle, we thought that falling leaves would be a very nice motif for our book cover. But as we are still a little reluctant to accept that summer is preparing for its final curtain of this year, we chose leaves in funky colours and gave them an interesting and multi-facetted environment.

The result is a surface which doesn’t reveal all its layers at once. The colour play fools the eye of the onlooker and only at second glance is it evident that the background fabric is actually black... (18 August 2011)

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