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Today Amy Chappell of Ameroonie Designs is here to share a sweet hand-stitched Christmas Ornament Tutorial. She’s got a free pattern for you, but the fun part is that she has multiple additional designs to choose from in her shop that fit this size ornament/hoop. And here she’ll walk you through all of the steps of assembling and finishing the decorative hoop.

The post Christmas in July – Hand Stitched Christmas Ornament Tutorial appeared first on Diary of a Quilter - a quilt blog.

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Well, here we are – I just checked and we are officially past the halfway point of our summer vacation (school vacation). But more on that in a minute. (If you’re interested.

The post In search of my ‘sewjo’ and other tales of summer appeared first on Diary of a Quilter - a quilt blog.

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I mentioned a few posts ago about our visit to the east coast of the United States, including a stop in the Portsmouth, New Hampshire area where my husband’s family lives. I love to visit local shops while I’m traveling whenever I can. I visited Pintuck and Purl a couple of years ago, but they have since moved to a new location in North Hampton, New Hampshire.

The post Pintuck & Purl – Modern Fabric and Knitting shop appeared first on Diary of a Quilter - a quilt blog.

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Hello, friends! Thank you so much for your kind words on my travels post. (I’m never sure if those are just too boring- like sitting through someone’s travel slides.

The post What I’ve been working on appeared first on Diary of a Quilter - a quilt blog.

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Why hello again friends. Wow – that was a longer absence than I had planned. But you know what, turns out it was needed.

The post Quilts (and other pretty things) along an Eastern States Road Trip appeared first on Diary of a Quilter - a quilt blog.

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Another fun tutorial today that’s perfect for a quick summer-sewing finish. This guest post is by Stephanie from Swoodson Says where she shares so many creative ideas for a variety of fun sewing projects! This quilt block coaster would make a fun mug rug gift for a friend.

The post Quilt Block Coaster Tutorial by Stephanie of Swoodson Says appeared first on Diary of a Quilter - a quilt blog.

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I’ve got a new variation on a favorite baby quilt tutorial to share with all of you. I’m still a big fan of traditional star quilt blocks, and as you know, I love blowing them up to make a pretty (and fast!) baby quilt.

The post Easy Lone Star Crib Quilt Tutorial appeared first on Diary of a Quilter - a quilt blog.

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I’m always excited for guest posts from the talented Sedef Imer. Check out this adorable leaf coaster tutorial – perfect for gifts or summer entertaining! This tutorial features Sedef’s beautiful new collection, Rhapsody coming out in June from Riley Blake Designs.

The post Quilted Leaf Coaster Tutorial by Sedef Imer appeared first on Diary of a Quilter - a quilt blog.

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Greetings from the end of May. Does May wipe out anyone else? I feel like I’ve been sprinting to the end of something, which, I guess in a way I have.

The post Denim and Gray Patchwork Quilt appeared first on Diary of a Quilter - a quilt blog.

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  If you’ve been reading my blog for a while, then you know by now that I am a big fan of online fabric shop, Pink Castle Fabrics.  I just love their style and selection. In addition to the online shop, they also have a brick and mortar Pink Castle Fabrics shop in Ann Arbor if you are in the area and want to check it out!

The post Memorial Day Fabric Sale from Pink Castle Fabrics appeared first on Diary of a Quilter - a quilt blog.

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