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Daily Update - January 12, 2022

What am I Doing?

Quilt as You Piece Block

I am working on a series of Quilt Block Videos done in the Quilt as You Piece method. When I am done, there should be 30 quilt blocks that I will then put together with sashing in between the blocks. I do plan to make a video of putting the quilt together. This is the primary way I make quilts.


The quilt in the photo is the front of the quilt block, the back is the same pattern, just different fabrics. The patterns and materials list are on the site as well, the same day I post the video I make for each block. The very first block, Five Strip Rail Fence is free for everyone, no points needed and no membership needed. Most of the rest of the blocks for this quilt will be for Members. You can get them with points or for $1.99 each or as a Gold member, you will not need to redeem points or pay anything for the PDF files.

Oh My Goodness! I just ordered an Accuquilt Go Big Electric Die cutter! There will be an unboxing video when I get it. I have big quilting plans in the future. If you are interested in knowing about the Accuquilt die cutting system, you can check it out at this link: Accuquilt Web Site. This is a referral link. If you buy anything at their web site, with this link, you will get 20% off of your purchase!

Featured Pattern

Today's Featured Pattern

This pattern is Free on January 12th only.

These mittens are made with Red Hearts Baby Sport Pompadour yarn and made with the Checker Stitch.

Checker Stitch Mittens

Featured Bead Sheet

Today's Featured Bead Sheet

This bead sheet is Not Free.

Beads made from this sheet would be pretty with black, white, silver or blue beads in any piece of jewelry!

Winter's Icy Chill

Latest Video


Recent Addition!

Recent Addition

This is the 20th quilt block tutorial in a series on how to make quilt blocks using the new Quilt as You Piece Method.

Split Five Strip Rail Fence Block

Video Available!

This Week's Tip

Crafting Journal

Have you ever considered keeping a journal of all the major projects you make?? You could take pictures of the item, then put them into a photo album with the information about the item. The information to write down would be, the name of the pattern, where the pattern came from, the list of materials used in the project, how long it took to make, the date you started the project and when you finised it, and then who you gave it to and when. And the special occasion as to why it was given. If you keep all this information, then future generations will have a better sense of who you were. Keep it with the family geaneology information. I may start to do this myself for significant projects that I make and give.

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Checker Stitch

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