Red, White, and Blue Table Runner
Crafty Staci
by CraftyStaci
5d ago
If you’d like to celebrate red, white, and blue, but in a semi-subtle way, I’ve got the table runner for you! I’ve been sharing tutorials on my blog for over a decade, and I’m frequently asked how they can be printed or saved. The answer is here! You can find this printable tutorial in my shop, which contains the instructions, color photos, and templates from the original blog post, without the extra things you don’t need to make the project. The file is in PDF format, so you can either print or save it to your computer. Red, White, and Blue Table Runner Printable Tutorial $4.00 Add To Cart A ..read more
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Driving through the Mountains Quilt Block
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by CraftyStaci
2w ago
This quilt block is the next best thing to an actual drive through the mountains! It’s time for our June BOM, and this month our theme is Mountains. My entire life has been spent looking at mountains. I grew up at the base of Mt. Hood in Oregon, and now I can look at the Big Belt range right outside my back door. I’ve had some beautiful, and some harrowing, drives through the passes. I’ve gone camping, off-roading, and searched for the perfect Christmas tree. Every season has its own personality in the mountains, and they’re all worth experiencing. This block shares that adventure without the ..read more
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Unicorn and Log Cabin Construction Quilts
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by CraftyStaci
1M ago
I’ve been working on these Unicorn and Log Cabin Construction quilts for months, but they’re finally finished! This post contains affiliate links. For my full disclosure policy, click here.  Last fall my daughter let me know that the kids were going to be getting new beds. Jumping from toddler to queen size meant that their cute little crib quilts were no longer going to work at all. Of course, the first thing I said was “I’ll make them new quilts!!!” Two queen size quilts. Over the holidays. Yeah. I started with my granddaughter. She’s a big, BIG fan of a book series based on a cha ..read more
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Bison Skull Quilt Block
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by CraftyStaci
1M ago
Bring a touch of the wild to your next project with this bison skull quilt block! It’s time for our May BOM, and this month our theme is the Desert. It happens that I live in the high desert in Montana. I had no idea that was the case until we started preparing to move here. We’re surrounded by cacti, juniper shrubs, and rocks. We don’t actually have bison here, but I do have one that hangs on the wall that my granddaughter named Bubba. You might have caught the quilt with a hole I made to hang behind him a while back. The desert theme put those two things together in my head a few months ago ..read more
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Oval Mug Mat
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by CraftyStaci
2M ago
Let me show you a great way to use up some of those strips of scrap fabric - make them into an oval mug mat! I’ve been sharing tutorials on my blog for over a decade, and I’m frequently asked how they can be printed or saved. The answer is here! You can find this printable tutorial in my shop, which contains the instructions, color photos, and templates from the original blog post, without the extra things you don’t need to make the project. The file is in PDF format, so you can either print or save it to your computer. Oval Mug Mat Printable Tutorial $4.00 Add To Cart If you haven’t heard, a ..read more
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Ocean Sunset Quilt Block
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by CraftyStaci
2M ago
One of my favorite things about the west coast is watching the sun go down over the water, so I decided to make it into an ocean sunset quilt block! It’s time for our April BOM, and this month our theme is the Beach. When my husband and I were dating, we used to hop in the car after work and speed to the coast once in a while, just so we could see the sun set over the ocean. The drive was only a couple of hours. It was Oregon, so more often than not we were met with a wall of clouds or fog, with the sun completely hidden. The trip paid off a couple of times though, with a dazzling sunset over ..read more
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Thrown a Curve Quilt
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by CraftyStaci
3M ago
I made a little quilt with curved piecing for my MQG swap quilt, and got something beautiful back in return! After I’d been in Montana for a while, I had a couple of conversations with other quilters in town about how fun it would be if we had a branch of the Modern Quilt Guild in our town. Last summer we started one! Even after all these months, we’re still learning about the resources available to us. There are so many fun videos, projects, challenges, and ideas. One of those was a mini quilt swap they organized a few months ago. The options were to swap in person at QuiltCon or by mail. Si ..read more
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Coordinated Placemats and Napkins
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by CraftyStaci
4M ago
Want to brighten up your table? Make a set of these matching placemats and napkins! About a year and a half ago my husband and I were in a local shop that sells wood. That might sound kind of boring, but I could spend all day at this place. They have pieces in all sizes and species. We were there to find something to use for the mantle above our fireplace, which we found, but I also fell in love with this beauty. It was a slab of black walnut, measuring about eight feet from top to bottom. I figured we’d have to store in for a few years until after we build the house, but I couldn’t leave wi ..read more
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Canning Jars Quilt Block
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by CraftyStaci
4M ago
Preserving your own food is pretty fulfilling, and so is making a canning jars quilt block to commemorate it! Now that the longest month of the year is over, let’s talk about the February BOM! This month’s theme is Maker. That’s a pretty wide-open topic, and of course I thought of a maker of quilts. But someone can be a maker without ever touching a sewing machine, and I wanted to make sure they were celebrated too! There are also lots of other designers ready to share their version of a maker block, and they feature all kinds of creativity. As a reminder, all blocks are 12” x 12” finished (1 ..read more
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Into the Sewing Room Quilt Pattern and Panel
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by CraftyStaci
5M ago
I can’t be the only one who wants some new sewing room decor in January, can I? My newest quilt pattern is available today! It’s called Into the Sewing Room, and comes with the panel you see in the center of the quilt. Into the Sewing Room Quilt Pattern and Panel This is the third in my series of sewing room quilts and like the others, this one is perfect for a confident beginner skill level and up. I haven’t had a chance to sew all of the variations I’ve been playing with, but I’m excited to! This one would just require shades of grey for the colors, and one heart made in reds, of course ..read more
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