Tag Archive: applique

Jul 07

Shipshewana Quilt Festival 3 – More Appliqué Than You’ll Ever See Me Do

This time we will look at some gorgeous appliqué quilts. And, as the title says, you will never see me do this much appliqué in one quilt or over a lifetime, unless something drastically changes. This first one is actually an in the hoop project from The Hoop Sisters. It is Sew and Seeds by …

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Oct 26

Books on Monday – The Quilter’s Appliqué Workshop

I originally borrowed The Quilter’s Appliqué Workshop: Timeless Techniques for Modern Designs by Kevin Kosbab from my local library. I figured I really didn’t need another appliqué book and the designs looked a bit modern for my usual taste. But I did want to read it, and it is not often that I find a …

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May 11

Books on Monday – Quilts with a Spin

Today we are looking at Quilts with a Spin: 7 New Projects from Piece O’Cake Designs by Becky Goldsmith & Linda Jenkins. I got this one because I saw a picture of a quilt made from this book that I fell in love with; I just don’t remember where or when. What I do know …

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Apr 13

Books on Monday – Teach Me to Appliqué

Today we are looking at another appliqué with Pat Sloan’s most recent book – Pat Sloan’s Teach Me to Appliqué: Fusible Applique That’s Soft and Simple. Yes, I do know that someday I need to actually do some appliqué instead of just reading about it and watching video. And, as usual, yes the link below …

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Jan 26

Books on Monday – Mi Amor Legacy Appliqué

Today we are looking at a book that I’ve avoided for awhile, but I finally caved and bought it. Today’s book is Mi Amor Legacy Appliqué by Margarete Heinisch. The link below is, as usual, an Amazon Associate link which will help to support this blog. The appliqué in this book is amazing! The embellishment …

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Feb 24

Books on Monday – Patchwork Plus

I’m later than I like to be in getting this posted which is ridiculous because I spent all weekend telling myself to get this post written and scheduled! What a slacker! If you see anything about new books and have read many of my posts about appliqué, maybe you expected this already. Today we are …

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Jan 12

Deep Sunday Thoughts

Over the last several months, I have realized more and more that I really like quilts with both piecing and a bit of appliqué. I like the way they set each other off. I think one of the reasons I’m not a big Baltimore Album fan is that there is not obvious piecing involved. I …

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Jan 01

2014 Quilty Resolutions

I should really not bother making resolutions. I think we can see from yesterday’s post that I don’t do well at keeping resolutions. I think I rebel against the expectations I put on myself. I guess we’ll see how that really goes this year. I may carry over a few resolutions. 1.  Complete at least …

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Dec 30

Books on Monday – Hand Appliqué by Machine

Sorry about missing the last couple of Mondays. I just didn’t have time to go through books and write some reviews. But this week I have one for you, Hand Appliqué by Machine by Beth Ferrier. Yep, we’re still looking at appliqué books. There’s a method to my madness. You’ll see next year. Oh, yes, …

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Dec 09

Books on Monday – The New Appliqué Sampler

Today we are still looking at appliqué with The New Applique Sampler: Learn to Applique the Piece O’ Cake Way by Becky Goldsmith and Linda Jenkins. I will tell you right off the bat here that this book is really about hand appliqué, not the machine appliqué I’ve been considering. Okay, enough of that! On …

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