Halloween Countdown Calendar

03 Jul 2010

Halloween Countdown CalendarCourse Instructor: JaiCi Razak
Boo to you (600x450)

I must first start out by saying that while this is one of the cutest craftsI have in my home...it took some serious TIME!! It was not a hard project,but it was *very time consuming....but worth every second........Supplies:1 yard Riley Blake Boo To You Orange, Black or White Scatter1 yard Riley Blake Spider Web (I used black, but any color would do)1/4 yard Riley Blake White Boo DotDouble Sided Iron-on InterfacingBattingVelcroSharpiePencilThread and Sewing NeedleGood pair of scissorsCALENDAR PIECES1) First, take your Orange Scatter Fabric and decide which ... ...read more

Felicity Quilt

07 Jun 2010

Easy-Peasy Simply-Strippy Fat-Quarter-Friendly Quilt Finished Size 60x69 Course Instructor: Lisa Sipes
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http://thatcrazyquiltygirl.blogspot.com I have made this quilt many different ways, many different sizes andwith many different fabrics. I chose it for this lesson because itgoes together quickly (which makes it an excellent gift), is veryforgiving and is very easy (which makes it perfect, even forbeginners).Supplies list:- 15 Fat quarters of assorted colors/prints/print sizes for quilt center- ½ Yard for First Border- 1 2/3 Yards large print for Second Border (You may want to have alittle extra for straightening)- 3 ¾ Yards for Backing- Batting measuring ... ...read more

Summer Song Sun Dresses

03 May 2010

Summer Song SundressCourse Instructor: Melissa StramelLilac Lanehttp://melissaslilaclane.blogspot.com
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Supplies:Depending on the child's size, you will need varying amounts of fabric. Up to size3T, you will only need 5/8 yard of the main fabric. For size 4T to 7, 1 1/2 yardswill be necessary. An adult's dress required 2 yards.1/2 yard contrast fabric for bias tape1/2 yard contrast fabric for ruffle (1/4 yard for 3T and smaller)1/4 yard contrast fabric for pocketsfun trim if desired, I used 2 yards of Riley Blake pompomsmatching threadSewing Instructions:1. Today I ... ...read more

Writey tidy

11 Apr 2010

Writey Tidy Course instructor: Amanda Herring The Quilted Fish thequiltedfish@typepad.com
AV finished book (489x600)

Supplies: 3/8 yard fabric for outside cover* 3/8 yard fabric for inside cover* ¼ yard fabric for large pocket* ¼ yard fabric for small pocket* 1 yard fusible interfacing 1/4 yard of Peltex 1 yard of rick rack One 1” button *based on 45” wide fabric, there is enough of this particular item to make two books.   Cutting instructions: Cut one 5 ¼” x 10” fabric for outside cover Cut one 11 ¼” x 10” fabric for outside cover Cut one 10” x 16” fabric for inside cover Cut ... ...read more

Table Runner 101

17 Mar 2010

In Pieces Table Runner  Course instructor: Mary of Mary’s Cottage Quilts www.maryscottagequilts.com 
mary's table runner (600x400)

Finished Size: 19-1/2” x 35-1/4”Fabric Requirements: all seams are ¼” unless otherwise specified. Please read all instructions before starting this project.Sixteen coordinating 5” x 5” Squares½ yd. light background (goes between pieced rows – referred to as “sashing”)¾ yd. backing1/4 yd. binding1-1/8 yds. ric rack Cutting Corners Tutorial1). Choose sixteen 5” squares and sew them together into two rows of eight squares each. Press. 2). Cut three strips of light colored fabric 4” x width of fabric. These are your sashing ... ...read more

Cutting Class

20 Feb 2010

Jina and I had a great time "cutting class" with American Quilting. Click on "Cutting Class" and see the fun retreat we were invited to attend. Maybe we need to invite them to teach at Cutting Corners College.
Retreat gift1 (600x449)

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Checkbook cover

03 Feb 2010

Checkbook Cover 101 Instructor: Emily Bailey Emsscrapbag.blogspot.com
Cover Checkbook (600x450)

Supply List: Scraps of Bloom and Grow Fabric Cut: From background: 2-2” squares cut on diagonal twice 6- 1½”x ¾” rectangles 2- 2 ¼”x 1 ¼”rectangles 2-2 ¼” x ¾” rectangles 1-7”x4 ¼” rectangle 1-7”x1 ½” rectangle From Contrast: 1-7”x 6 ½” rectangle 1-7”x13” rectangle From various scraps: 3-1 ½” squares for houses 3-2” squares cut on diagonal for roofs 1-2”x 6” rectangle for pen holder Sewing: Sew a 2” triangle of background fabric that has been cut on the diagonal twice on either side of a 2”  roof triangle.  Do this ... ...read more

Hot Pads 101

20 Jan 2010

Course Instructor: Jina Barney         
Logo Butterfly Kisses

Class supply list: ¼ yard fabric (you can get 5 squares 8 ½” which will finish 1 hot pad)2 squares 8 ½” x 8 ½” batting (I use my left over quilt batting)This is a great project for left over fabric and batting.1.    Cut 5 squares 8 ½” x 8 ½” of fabric and 2 squares 8 ½” x 8 ½” of batting. Photo does not show, but second square is doubled for a total of 5 squares.  Second piece will be used for bottom of hot pad.2.    Iron 4 squares of fabric in half.3.    Place batting on bottom ... ...read more
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