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Et Roseteppe, AnnAKa design

Et Roseteppe, AnnAKa design

Anyone know where this pic came from?  I found it on FB with no reference to it's origin.

Anyone know where this pic came from? I found it on FB with no reference to it's origin.

The Edge of Reason: The Perfect Winter Project: Rag Quilts (instructions included)  I am trying to use up my existing fabrics. This looks like a great and quick way to do it! ;)

The Edge of Reason: The Perfect Winter Project: Rag Quilts (instructions included) I am trying to use up my existing fabrics. This looks like a great and quick way to do it! ;)

Wandering geese 2 http://www.canuckquilter.com/2014/05/bloggers-quilt-festivaloriginal-design.html

Wandering geese 2 http://www.canuckquilter.com/2014/05/bloggers-quilt-festivaloriginal-design.html

Blossoms quilt pattern with Veranda fabrics In honor of her guest post today on Buttons and Buttonholes for my Sewing Back-to-School guest post series, Amanda Murphy is giving away a 6-pack of her new quilt patterns! Amanda also has a new fabric line, freshly released for Robert Kaufman fabrics, called Veranda. I’ve actually used some …

Blossoms quilt pattern with Veranda fabrics In honor of her guest post today on Buttons and Buttonholes for my Sewing Back-to-School guest post series, Amanda Murphy is giving away a 6-pack of her new quilt patterns! Amanda also has a new fabric line, freshly released for Robert Kaufman fabrics, called Veranda. I’ve actually used some …

Beautiful! The description card says, Crazy Quilt 1883-1893 - Silk, cotton, wool, and linen, pieced and embroidered with silk and cotton threads - Crazy quilts, which emerged after 1850, were usually composed of small, irregular-shaped fragments of silk, wool, and other fragments pieced together. The seams were then embroidered using a variety of stitches. They acquired the name crazy quilts because of the strong colors and busy, confusing nature of their designs, typi

Beautiful! The description card says, Crazy Quilt 1883-1893 - Silk, cotton, wool, and linen, pieced and embroidered with silk and cotton threads - Crazy quilts, which emerged after 1850, were usually composed of small, irregular-shaped fragments of silk, wool, and other fragments pieced together. The seams were then embroidered using a variety of stitches. They acquired the name crazy quilts because of the strong colors and busy, confusing nature of their designs, typi

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