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Red Pepper Quilts: KJR Quilt - A Block Jumble (could use a charm pack and jelly roll for this)

Red Pepper Quilts: KJR Quilt - A Block Jumble (could use a charm pack and jelly roll for this)

MATERIALS  · Scrap fabric in 7-10 patterns, cut into ten 14" x 1½" strips per pattern  · 12" round foam floral and craft ring  · Scissors  · 6" length of floral wire 1.  Loop a fabric strip around the ring, right side out, and tie in a double knot at the front. 2.  Continue around the entire ring, alternating fabric patterns and staggering placement of knots. Every few inches, scrunch the strips together  3.  Loop floral wire through fabric on the back of the wreath to create a hanger.

MATERIALS · Scrap fabric in 7-10 patterns, cut into ten 14" x 1½" strips per pattern · 12" round foam floral and craft ring · Scissors · 6" length of floral wire 1. Loop a fabric strip around the ring, right side out, and tie in a double knot at the front. 2. Continue around the entire ring, alternating fabric patterns and staggering placement of knots. Every few inches, scrunch the strips together 3. Loop floral wire through fabric on the back of the wreath to create a hanger.

MessyJesse: Flying Geese Quilt Finish. I like the patterned background fabrics

MessyJesse: Flying Geese Quilt Finish. I like the patterned background fabrics

The “Ianthe” pattern was originally created in 1900 by French designer R. Beauclair and was used by the company Liberty of London. The print comes in many color combinations and is still used for fabric designs today. source.

The “Ianthe” pattern was originally created in 1900 by French designer R. Beauclair and was used by the company Liberty of London. The print comes in many color combinations and is still used for fabric designs today. source.

wonderful mix of #patterns

wonderful mix of #patterns

I made this quilt using two layer cakes from Primitive Gatherings, by Moda. This is a dissappearing  four patch. Makes a nice masculine quilt!

I made this quilt using two layer cakes from Primitive Gatherings, by Moda. This is a dissappearing four patch. Makes a nice masculine quilt!

I really like this pattern. It looks pretty easy too, just time consuming.

I really like this pattern. It looks pretty easy too, just time consuming.

pattern mix

A Light and Textile Filled Philly Apartment

pattern mix

A great way to use vintage fabric to make a unique curtain

A great way to use vintage fabric to make a unique curtain

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