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Tuesday Teaser: Frozen Kisses

Our new Eskimo Kiss novelties are so sweet, we had to share a sneak peek with you! The cute, wintry prints remind us that a long winter can actually be fun (ice fishing, anyone?).

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Tuesday Teaser: I Made You a Mixtape

We are so thrilled about our upcoming novelty print collection I Made You a Mixtape that we had to let you catch a glimpse. Quirky glasses, film cameras, winning mustaches, all the jams you need stacked up in your glove box; remember the days?

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Tuesday Teaser: How Does Your Garden Grow?

Our upcoming Mini Series: How Does Your Garden Grow?, is so cute, we just couldn’t resist sharing a little peek with you. With the cold blast hitting us hard in NYC recently, this charming little collection brings happy thoughts of the coming Spring.

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Make a Fabric Takeout Box for V-Day Goodies!

I’m Cheryl from Sew Can Do and I’m thrilled to share a new tutorial here at SewTimeless: A Fabric Takeout Box. Using the super cute Tossed Hearts print and a coordinating pink Soho Solid, this makes a great Valentine’s Day project. Perfect for holding sweet treats, a special gift or to use as a fun little handbag.

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Project Inspiration: Freddie and Freda

Freddie and Freda looked into each other’s button eyes and fell in puppy love just in time for Valentine’s Day. We know you fall in love with this project idea!

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A Very Funky Owl Thanksgiving!

Thanksgiving is right around the corner! Nicole of Modern Handcraft is guest posting today to show us how to make some festive Fall Owl Napkins, perfect for your dining table this holiday season.

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Candy Corn Bunting by Modern Handcraft

Finished your Ms. Bindweed’s Boots table runner and looking for more Halloween fun to sew up? Nicole of Modern Handcraft has a festive tutorial up on her site today for homemade candy corn… bunting, that is!!

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Ms. Bindweed's Boots Halloween Table Runner

Hi! Eva Garlick here to introduce you to the latest pattern from Sew Much Good just in time for Halloween! Ms. Bindweed’s Boots is a whimsical two-sided table runner that has everyone smiling. The step-by-step instructions make it simple enough for all levels of sewers.

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"Wrapping Up" Christmas in July

So, you’ve taken advantage of your local quilt shop’s Christmas in July sales and events, and now you’ve got stacks piled high of your favorite holiday fabrics just calling out to you from the sewing table. What next? How about these festive stockings and adorable reversible apron to go along with the Gift Boxes Quilt we shared yesterday? All three projects are perfect to “wrap up” the month!

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Fourth of July Popsicles

We just came across this fun recipe on Fat Quarter Shop’s Pinterest (view the pin here), and couldn’t help but notice it looks exactly like our Patriotic Popsicles print! How fun would it be to make some of these frozen treats in preparation for the holiday, along with your festive Fourth of July bowl cozies we shared last week?

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Quick & Easy July 4th Project

These festive cozies are perfect for transporting potluck dishes to a party, or covering food outdoors to keep the bugs away. Whether you’re hosting or attending the party, they’ll certainly come in handy!

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100 Blocks Vol. 7 Blog Tour & Giveaway!

Welcome to Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks Blog Tour! We are so excited to help kick off this event. In today’s post, we’re giving you a peek at some of the fun you’ll find when you dive into 100 Blocks Vol. 7, on newsstands May 7.

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Amanda Jean Nyberg's Sunshine Quilt Top

Love this quilt top by Amanda Jean Nyberg so much that we had to share! She used a vibrant array of our Soho Solids to make it. Click here to see the original post on Amanda Jean’s blog, Crazy Mom Quilts.

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