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Monday, January 24, 2011

Looms | Knitting Looms Markman Farms

Looms Knitting Looms Markman Farms

Tattered Garden: Snappy Bag Tutorial

Tattered Garden: Snappy Bag Tutorial

Whit's Knits: Four Felted Hot Pads - Knitting Crochet Sewing Crafts Patterns and Ideas! - the purl bee

Whit's Knits: Four Felted Hot Pads - Knitting Crochet Sewing Crafts Patterns and Ideas! - the purl bee

Fiber Fool » How to Use a Nostepinne

Fiber Fool » How to Use a Nostepinne

Online Personal Signature Maker - MyLiveSignature - Free Personal Signature Generator, Email Signatures, Blog Signature and Personal font

Online Personal Signature Maker - MyLiveSignature - Free Personal Signature Generator, Email Signatures, Blog Signature and Personal font

Hearts & Stripes Scarf | Red Heart

Hearts & Stripes Scarf Red Heart

Hearts & Stripes Scarf | Red Heart

Hearts & Stripes Scarf Red Heart

Knitting Pattern Central - Free Cozies Knitting Pattern Link Directory

Knitting Pattern Central - Free Cozies Knitting Pattern Link Directory

knitting nancy free patterns - Norton Safe Search

knitting nancy free patterns - Norton Safe Search

knitting nancy free patterns - Norton Safe Search

knitting nancy free patterns - Norton Safe Search

Sunday, January 23, 2011

Placemat, Runners, Toppers & Coaster Tutorial Links - Yarn-or-Fabric

Placemat, Runners, Toppers & Coaster Tutorial Links - Yarn-or-Fabric

Scrubbies and Cloths with Scrubbies | Dish and Wash Cloth Mania

Scrubbies and Cloths with Scrubbies Dish and Wash Cloth Mania

Knitting Paradise - Forum

Knitting Paradise - Forum

Crafted: Knitted Hearts | myLifetime.com

Crafted: Knitted Hearts myLifetime.com

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#details

Geocounter, free visitor counter geolocation by ip

Geocounter, free visitor counter geolocation by ip

Craft Bump: 68 Crafty Ideas Revisited {2008} : TipNut.com

Craft Bump: 68 Crafty Ideas Revisited {2008} : TipNut.com

Sew Much Ado

Sew Much Ado

Red Heads Craft More Fun: Coupon Organizer

Red Heads Craft More Fun: Coupon Organizer

Sew Much Ado

Sew Much Ado

Linky Tools - Formerly MckLinky - By Brent Riggs

Linky Tools - Formerly MckLinky - By Brent Riggs

SewHappyGeek @ Excell Crafts: Useful Craft and Sewing Links

http://excellcrafts.blogspot.com/p/useful-craft-and-sewing-links.html

SewHappyGeek @ Excell Crafts: Easy Quilted Camera/iPod/Mobile Phone Case Tutorial! Plus, there's still time to get in on the Giveaway!

http://excellcrafts.blogspot.com/2010/12/easy-quilted-cameraipodmobile-phone.html

ClustrMaps - map of visitor locations - zoom map

ClustrMaps - map of visitor locations - zoom map

Saturday, January 22, 2011

Free Christmas Pattern – Stocking | Quilty Pleasures Blog

Free Christmas Pattern – Stocking Quilty Pleasures Blog

Oven Mitt Pattern | Skip To My Lou

Oven Mitt Pattern Skip To My Lou

New Year's Eve Coasters - the purl bee

New Year's Eve Coasters - the purl bee

Love Laugh Quilt: little quilty gift!

Love Laugh Quilt: little quilty gift!

a pretty cool life.: Re-run of my guest post: Quilted coasters

a pretty cool life.: Re-run of my guest post: Quilted coasters

andie johnson sews: Quick Scrappy Crazy Quilt Block

andie johnson sews: Quick Scrappy Crazy Quilt Block

thelongthread.com » Pinwheel Quilted Coasters

thelongthread.com » Pinwheel Quilted Coasters

thelongthread.com » Sewing: For the Home

thelongthread.com » Sewing: For the Home

Crochet A Fun Sachet or Make A Cute Baby Mobile! - creative jewish mom

Crochet A Fun Sachet or Make A Cute Baby Mobile! - creative jewish mom

Crochet Sweet Flower Pin Cushions (For Shavuos, For Mom? For A Teacher? To Use For a Baby Mobile, Without the Pins?) - creative jewish mom

Crochet Sweet Flower Pin Cushions (For Shavuos, For Mom? For A Teacher? To Use For a Baby Mobile, Without the Pins?) - creative jewish mom

Handmade Holiday: Simple Crocheted Washcloths...Pure Luxury! - creative jewish mom

Handmade Holiday: Simple Crocheted Washcloths...Pure Luxury! - creative jewish mom

thelongthread.com » tutorial

thelongthread.com » tutorial

tutorials - maggie makes

tutorials - maggie makes

thelongthread.com » Top 100 Tutorials of 2010

thelongthread.com » Top 100 Tutorials of 2010

sewtakeahike: Patterns and Tutorials

sewtakeahike: Patterns and Tutorials

Alibris: quilting books

Alibris: quilting books

Help - Bonanza

Help - Bonanza

YouTube - Quilt As You Go!

YouTube - Quilt As You Go!

YouTube - 10 - Minute Blocks

YouTube - 10 - Minute Blocks

Moda Bake Shop: Index

Moda Bake Shop: Index

www.Clotilde.com - Seam Ripper

http://www.clotilde.com/detail.html?prod_id=1804&criteria=seam+ripper

Free Monthly Design

Free Monthly Design

American Quilter's Society - Authors: Author List - AQS Quilt Shows and Contests, Quilting Memberships

American Quilter's Society - Authors: Author List - AQS Quilt Shows and Contests, Quilting Memberships

quilt labels - Google Search

quilt labels - Google Search

A Quilt Label for Handmade Quilts

A Quilt Label for Handmade Quilts

Making Quilt Labels

Making Quilt Labels

Quilt Sayings and Dedications

Quilt Sayings and Dedications

How to Make Quilt Labels for Handmade Quilts: Adding a Label to Your Quilt is Worth the Extra Time and Effort.

How to Make Quilt Labels for Handmade Quilts: Adding a Label to Your Quilt is Worth the Extra Time and Effort.

Quilt Labels

Quilt Labels

Handmade Pleated Apron Tutorial with Built in Hot Pads

Handmade Pleated Apron Tutorial with Built in Hot Pads

Handmade Heart Sachet for Valentine’s Gift

Handmade Heart Sachet for Valentine’s Gift

Many different types of heart patches, and heart appliques. Embroidered Heart Patches and Heart Applique. Emblemworks LLC.

Many different types of heart patches, and heart appliques. Embroidered Heart Patches and Heart Applique. Emblemworks LLC.

Brandywine Valley Quilters Block of the Month

Brandywine Valley Quilters Block of the Month

YouTube - How to make your own fabric labels for FREE!

YouTube - How to make your own fabric labels for FREE!

Secrets of Embroidery, Product Search - Product Videos - Category Display46

Secrets of Embroidery, Product Search - Product Videos - Category Display46

L@ptop Bag

http://www.secretsof.com/content/6214

Big Cartel Pricing and Sign Up

Big Cartel Pricing and Sign Up

V and Co — the favorite bag pdf file

V and Co — the favorite bag pdf file

Monday, January 10, 2011

Free Tutorials « Feathered Fibers

Free Tutorials « Feathered Fibers

Quilt As You Go Tutorials « Online Quilting

Quilt As You Go Tutorials « Online Quilting

More Valentine Tutorials « Online Quilting

More Valentine Tutorials « Online Quilting

91 Reasons To Buy Fabric

91 Reasons to Buy Fabric

1. It insulates the closet where it is kept.

2. It helps keep the economy going. It is our patriotic duty to support cotton farmers, textile mills, and quilt shops.

3. It is less expensive and more fun than psychiatric care.

4. "Oh, it's not for me! I'm buying it for a friend!"

5. My cat/dog needs a fresh, new pile of fabric to sleep on and roll around on at least once a week.

6. Because it's on sale.

7. Okay, it wasn't on sale, but by the time it was, all the good stuff would be gone.

8. A sudden increase in the boll weevil population might wipe out the cotton crop for the next ten years.

9. I'm participating in a contest--the one who dies with the most fabric wins.

10. It keeps without refrigeration, and you don't have to cook it to enjoy it. Also, you never have to feed it, change it, wipe its nose, or walk it.

11. I need extra weight in the trunk of my car for traction on snowy, icy roads. This is important, even in Florida and Southern California, as you never know when the weather will change.

12. Because I'm worth it.

13. It's non-fattening. It has been confirmed by registered dietitians that a fat quarter has 100% fewer calories than a hot fudge sundae.

14. I am working on building a complete collection.

15. Like dust, it's good for protecting previously empty spaces in the house, like the ironing board, the laundry hamper, the dining room table . . ..

16. It's a medical test to see if your husband is still alive. If he is, a fabric purchase will make him start fussing about more fabric in the house.

17. When the Big Earthquake comes, all the quilt shops might be swallowed into the ground and never seen again.

18. Because it's there.

19. It's prettier than salt and pepper shakers.

20. It won't break.

21. A strong interest in fabric purchases will leave you no time to spend in the pool hall or out stealing hubcaps.

22. It's much cheaper to cover the floor with fabric than new carpeting, and you can change the look more often.

23. The devil made me do it.

24. Stress from dealing with the Fabric Control Officer (my husband) made me do it.

25. It's the only remotely artistic thing I have ever done.

26. If all else fails, you can use it for cleaning rags.

27. I'm might set up my own fabric shop and I'll need a starter inventory.

28. To keep the bed from falling down--we all know that most quilters store part of their fabric under the bed.

29. To save a beautiful fabric design for posterity. They might stop making it, and it would be lost to the world forever.

30. Neighborhood children might need just the right color for a scavenger hunt.

31. I need something new for show and tell party games.

32. My friend has more variety than I do, and I have to keep up with her.

33. Because I can't live without it.

34. It fights the empty nest syndrome--my youngest child is getting married, so I have another empty room to fill with fabric.

35. Because this fabric just talks to me and calls my name.

36. It comes in whatever size or quantity you want.

37. It's important to invest in cotton futures.

38. I'm too old to have sex. (This was suggested by a quilter's husband.)

39. I have new shelves for fabric storage, and if I don't fill them up, they won't look right.

40. They get angry when you steal it.

41. It will go with some I bought last year.

42. It's so pretty, and I'll use it some day.

43. I want my daughter to have a proper inheritance.

44. Well-known medical fact: prevents washing machine withdrawal symptoms on light laundry days.

45. Keeps the people who make cardboard inserts in bolts of fabric employed, thus supporting the national economy in yet another way.

46. Assists the little birdies with their nests when scraps, threads, and little whispies are allowed to blow in the wind.

47. Opens up new opportunities for curators and quilt show judges to ply their skills.

48. Opthalmologists recommend quilting to support the sagging eye glasses industry.

49. Without fabric I would have nothing to do with my rotary cutter and my mat and my sewing machine and my iron and my thread and my needles and my quilting books . . . . . (and my time).

50. I'm setting a good example for my children.

51. There's just one more piece I need, and I'll know it when I see it.

52. Buy it now, before your husband retires and goes with you on all your shopping expeditions.

53. Someone else has cornered the market on hog bellies.

54. It does not promote tooth decay.

55. Nobody told me not to.

56. It's raining (sleeting, snowing, hailing, thundering, sun's too hot?).

57. It's not immoral, illegal, or fattening.

58. It calms the nerves, gratifies the soul, and makes me feel good.

59. Buy it quick, before all the good stuff is gone.

60. Surgeon General says: "Ten yards a day keeps the blues away."

61. Step 32 of Master Plan to drive husband crazy.

62. Everybody else does it.

63. "Oh, what a feeling!"

64. A yard a day is all the quilt shops of America ask.

65. If you don't buy it now, you may never see it again.

66. If I don't buy it, my husband won't have anything to complain about.

67. It was awful! I was trapped in the quilt shop, and the only way out was to buy myway out!

68. Unless my fabric stash is reasonably impressive, people might think my family is destitute, and my children would be embarrassed.

69. A large fabric stash is the sign of a creative mind.

70. I owe myself a reward for that half-pound I lost last month.

71. "Because I don't have it yet!"

72 Like dust it's good for protecting previously empty spaces in the house like the ironing board, the laundry basket, the dining room table.

73 Its not immoral, illegal or fattening. It calms the nerves, gratifies the soul and makes me feel good.

74 A metre a day is all a quilt shop asks.

75 I NEED IT.

76 Just a moment I AM THE BOSS - I don't need any reasons.

77. Because I can't live without it.

78. It fights the empty nest syndrome--my youngest child is getting married, so I have another empty room to fill with fabric.

79. Because this fabric just talks to me and calls my name.

80. I have new shelves for fabric storage, and if I don't fill them up, they won't look right.

81. They get angry when you steal it.

82. It will go with some I bought last year.

83. It's so pretty, and I'll use it some day.

84. I want my daughter to have a proper inheritance.

85. Well-known medical fact: prevents washing machine withdrawal symptoms on light laundry days.

86. Opens up new opportunities for curators and quilt show judges to ply their skills.

87. Without fabric I would have nothing to do with my rotary cutter and my mat and my sewing machine and my iron and my thread and my needles and my quilting books . . . . . (and my time).

88. Buy it quick, before all the good stuff is gone.

89. Everybody else does it.

90. If I don't buy it, my husband won't have anything to complain about.

91. A large fabric stash is the sign of a creative mind.

Friday, January 7, 2011