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Free tutorial, Tutorial, wall hanging -

A tutorial showing how to make the Beautiful Birds Attic Window wall hanging.

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bag, Free tutorial, mini charms, storage, Tutorial, zipper case -

We love our Mini Charm packs here at Cobar Quilt Shop. We always have a large selection to choose from. They can make up into so many different things but today I'm going to show you how I made this gorgeous box zipper case. So What's in a Mini Charm pack?, you may ask...They have a packet of FORTY-TWO 2 1/2" squares and a fat quarter to match. We sell them for just $12.50 and for that price, they make great gifts for friends or colleagues. This bag measures 10cm x 10cm x 20cm and is perfect for sewing supplies,...

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Pink, QAYG, quilt, Quilt As You Go -

Hi everyone It's time to get organised for another 2 day workshop. Next up in the ICED VOVO quilt. It's delicious looking quilt that will be made in it's entirety by YOU. That's right. YOU'RE going to be quilting this yourself. Never fear though. I'm going to break it down into bite sized pieces. We have requirements to make 2 different sizes. You can make the large size that is 72" x 72" or there is a smaller version which is 54" x 54". Do you see all those gorgeous stitches?! I bet you've been wondering what on Earth you...

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Yep, every single time! Everytime we cut a kaleidoscope, we never stop with just one. Seeing the fabrics emerge so differently there is a constant desire to just 'see how that fabrics would change' and do 'just one more' So once you've mastered the ripping and stacking of the Kaleidoscope blocks you can go pretty crazy. The possibilities are endless and wonderful. To get this result we used the drunkards path template and stacked 4 repeats. The blocks are only half made but we just had to share them with you all. Whenever you do a kleidoscope the devil really...

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Kaleidoscope, Workshop -

Last week we held a kaleidoscope workshop. It was well attended with a full house of ladies. We worked hard to create these beautiful blocks. Although we worked hard on our scone eating and tea drinking as well, so no-ones quilt was 100% finished over the 2 days. Some were smaller and used only 6 blocks while most undertook a large quilt making 16 blocks! First came the ripping! I know right! R-I-P-P-I-N-G. Yes, ladies, we ripped fabric. Yikes Next came the pinning. Lots and lots of pinning! Then we cut our strips and began cutting our blocks. Once all...

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