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by theneedleworkpages.com on 07/23/2014 - 01:58 pm
Categories: quilting, sewing

Welcome to QUILTsocial!
YES, it’s an AWESOME quilting blog, but wait!…it’s also a weekly bulletin, a monthly newsletter, and a quarterly e-magazine focused on the love and art of making quilts. Best of all, it’s ALL FREE from the publishers of A Needle Pulling Thread Magazine.
QUILTsocial was created for all quilters, beginners and experts alike, to empower them with the skills, techniques, and creativity required to make quilts that will be cherished forever. Our goal is also to keep viewers abreast of new quilting products, and how to use them effectively to make quilting easier and enjoyable.
QUILTsocial will feature a variety of knowledgeable and impassioned g ...

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Quilts by Jen

by theneedleworkpages.com on 03/08/2013 - 01:21 pm
Categories: .Canada, quilting

Hello, my name is Jennifer Houlden.  I am Canadian, a nurse by profession and live with my husband and 3 animals in the magnificent Ontario township of Oro-Medonte.  I am extremely passionate about quilting, teaching and designing.  One day, long after the first quilt I had made for my niece at the age of 12, I was reintroduced to quilt making.  A new shop had opened up in Yellowknife, NT, Canada and I decided I was going to learn how to quilt.  
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Judy Cooper's Blog

by theneedleworkpages.com on 07/23/2012 - 01:08 pm
Categories: .Canada, quilting

 visit my blog http://judycooper.blogspot.ca/

Underground Crafter

by theneedleworkpages.com on 07/23/2012 - 12:50 pm
Categories: .United States, hand embroidery, knitting, quilting

Needlecrafts, handmade creativity, and other good stuff
Marie Segares, Proprietress of the Underground Crafter, has been crocheting for over 27 years.  She learned to crochet during summers spent with her maternal grandmother.  Marie is also a knitter, quilter, embroiderer, and soapmaker.
 visit my blog http://undergroundcrafter.com/blog/

Jean Boyd's Blog

by theneedleworkpages.com on 07/23/2012 - 12:42 pm
Categories: .Canada, quilting

I am a quiltmaker and pattern designer with a special interest in Memory quilts. I have been designing patterns for 12 years. My pattern range includes designs for Memory quilts, Traditional quilts, Redwork and Stitchery. 
visit my blog http://jeanboyduppercanadaquiltworks.blogspot.ca/

The Quilting Blog

by theneedleworkpages.com on 07/23/2012 - 12:34 pm
Categories: .Canada, quilting

 visit my blog http://www.thequiltingblog.com/category/joan-bouwmeester

Sipiweske Blog

by theneedleworkpages.com on 07/23/2012 - 11:48 am
Categories: .Canada, quilting

You have reached the blog of designer Marlene Biles located in Manitoba Canada. Sipiweske Quilt Designs was founded in 2003 and currently includes 32 paper pieced patterns available under that name. I am currently revamping and hope to add more pieced and applique patterns in the future.Everyone asks about the name "Sipiweske"! I guess the quickest explanation is that it was the original name of Wawanesa, Manitoba and is locally interpreted as "Light Through The Trees".Visit my blog http://sipiweskequilts.blogspot.ca/p/welcome.html

Christine Baker's Blog

by theneedleworkpages.com on 07/23/2012 - 11:20 am
Categories: .Canada, quilting


Christine is a quilter, quilt pattern designer, punchneedle pattern designer & author. She publishes her designers under her company Fairfield Road Designs. Her blog will feature news about her company, insights into her family life and previews of new patterns and designs.
visit my blog http://christinebaker-fairfieldroaddesigns.blogspot.ca/


by theneedleworkpages.com on 07/18/2012 - 01:24 pm
Categories: .Canada, beading, quilting


A Designer's Musings on Creativity & A Forum to Share the Inspiration ..... Whether in Silk Ribbon, Crazy Quilting or Beading ............................ With a Bit of "What Ever" Tossed in for Good Measure!
visit my blog http://sredeluxe.blogspot.ca/


by theneedleworkpages.com on 07/17/2012 - 12:10 pm
Categories: .Canada, quilting

 All good stuff. But how to translate it to fabric. Yes I could quilt in these types of lines ...even vary the thickness.But it occurs to me looking at these, that there are a multitude of fabrics with similar linear patterns. I'm going to try an image by combining linear patterns and see what happens.
visit my blog http://pamelartnews.blogspot.ca/