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There are triangles galore in this block by Jinny. Do you know what it is called? Play the game and find out.

 
 
 

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Using his Innova, Jamie Wallen shares three different background "fillers."

Star Members can learn more about Jamie in Show 1708: Jamie Wallen's Playground.

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Mel recently completed two challenges just in time for the QuiltCon deadline. To learn more about Mel and find out how she completes her challenges (somewhere around 18 this year alone) watch Show 2112: Creating Improvisational Patchwork and Modern Molas & A New Spin on an Antique Quilt.
 
Mel recently wrote about her design process for both challenges in her Nov. 30th and Dec. 1st blogs, read it about them here.
 
Free Stylin', Spiralin' & Flyin' Geese
 
Peace by Piece

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A new exhibit was unveiled at the Houston Quilt Festival this year highlighting "Rising Stars" in quilting. Alex caught up with one of those stars, Karlyn Bue Lohrenz, and learned from her what it was like to be chosen. They walked through the exhibit and talked about her quilts.

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Julie at The Crafty Quilter has a pretty cute pillow tutorial just for the ho! ho! holidays.
 
 
 
 

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Gail writes about Climate Change, "A study in extremes: warm versus cool and gently curving versus jagged edginess. Climate change is neither gradual or calm, but can be quite violent as evidenced by the hurricanes and wildfires of 2017, four years following the completion of the quilt. Freezer paper foundation and curved seam piecing as well as hand embroidery. Longarm machine quilting by Kris Vierra."

Star Members can learn how to create quilts like Gail in Show 2111: Working with Curved Flying Geese and Foundation Paper Piecing & Creating a Contemporary Antique Quilt.

ClimateChangebyGailGarber - 35 Pieces Non-Rotating

ClimateChangebyGailGarber - 100 Pieces Non-Rotating

ClimateChangebyGailGarber - 300 Pieces Non-Rotating

ClimateChangebyGailGarber - 35 Pieces Rotating

ClimateChangebyGailGarber - 100 Pieces Rotating

ClimateChangebyGailGarber - 300 Pieces Rotating

Original Photo: Mary Kay Davis

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Gail writes about Climate Change, "A study in extremes: warm versus cool and gently curving versus jagged edginess. Climate change is neither gradual or calm, but can be quite violent as evidenced by the hurricanes and wildfires of 2017, four years following the completion of the quilt. Freezer paper foundation and curved seam piecing as well as hand embroidery. Longarm machine quilting by Kris Vierra."

Star Members can learn how to create quilts like Gail in Show 2111: Working with Curved Flying Geese and Foundation Paper Piecing & Creating a Contemporary Antique Quilt.

Original Photo: Mary Kay Davis

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Don't you love making handmade gifts? It makes your present extra special and one of a kind. Here's a holiday pillow that is full of happiness and cheer from Art Gallery Fabrics and WeAllSew.com.
 
 

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It all started over 100 years ago with a soot stain. One of the villagers in the town of Zalipie, Poland, decided to hide the stain by painting a flower on the ceiling. It started a trend and in 1948 an annual painted cottage competition was begun to help recover from World War II. Now every surface in the village is covered with flowers.

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Betty's quilt, Therapy, saw her through relationship difficulties, a flood, five surgeries, and two auto-immune diseases. Concentrating on the beauty of the materials and technique helped her to remember there is beauty in the world and this quilt reflects that beauty.

A photo of the quilt can be found under the video.

 

NEW...Introducing our 2017 Halo Medallion Kit by Sue Garman  in Batiks!

Kits are now shipping! Order yours now as we have a limited quantity!

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