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3d quilts

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How To Make A Shadow Block Quilt | Quilting Land | Bloglovin’

Shadow Block Mini Quilt This Shadow Block Mini Quilt designed by Debora of Studio Dragonfly, The Tutorial is available for free. Full Post: How To Make A Shadow Block Quilt

3D Tumbling Blocks Quilt - Man Sewing

They say there are no shortcuts. If you want to become a world-class surfer, you’ve got to hit those waves on a daily basis. To obtain massive biceps, you’ve basically got to live at the gym. And to grow the ultimate lumberjack beard, get ready for the long road of whisker growing ahead. Cool stuff just takes time…usually. But if you’re itchin’ to put together a tumbling blocks quilt, I’ve got news for you: It doesn’t have to take forever, and it doesn’t have to be difficult. My 3D Tumblers…

I love the three shades of gray and white which create the depth in the shadows.  Great artistic eye!

I got hooked on origami sometime after Math Craft admin Cory Poole posted instructions for creating modular origami, but I had to take a break to finish a quilt I've been working on for a while now. It's my first quilt, and very simple in its construction (straight up squares, that's about it), but it got me thinking about the simple geometry and how far you could take the design to reflect complex geometries. Below are a few cool examples I found online.

Heather Thomas talks to you about adding depth to your art by using different techniques. She explains how to use cool and warm colors together in this video.

Heather Thomas talks to you about adding depth to your art by using different techniques. She explains how to use cool and warm colors together in this video.

Faye
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Last weekend at Quilt Retreat Sherry and I were experimenting with Bonnie Hunter’s Strip Twist to see if we could make a quilt that she envisioned making for her son. Somehow we couldn’…

Last weekend at Quilt Retreat Sherry and I were experimenting with Bonnie Hunter’s Strip Twist to see if we could make a quilt that she envisioned making for her son. Somehow we couldn’…

Teri Watt
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Cheney Chatter Volume II: finish (ish) it up friday

so this post is kind of a cheater finish it up friday. you see, i have finished procrastinating and i am finishing my christmas sewing projects. here are my wips that will be finishes before christmas. i am sharing them with you all so i can hold myself accountable. matthew finished wearing braces. nice safety glasses. i finished organizing my game closet. i did not make this blanket, but i want to!! here are my blocks i started. each hexagon took me 30 minutes to make. i am hating and…

I can't believe we're half way through the year and I've finished 18 quilts so far! Seven minis, two quilts from patterns, two secrete sew projects and seven original designs throw size quilts includi

I can't believe we're half way through the year and I've finished 18 quilts so far! Seven minis, two quilts from patterns, two secrete sew projects and seven original designs throw size quilts includi

Doodlebugs and Rosebuds Quilts: Escher In Shadows Finished!

When two of my favorite things come together, life is Wonderful! As those who follow me know, I love, love, love Kaffe Fassett fabrics. (As my goddaughter said the other day while shopping for fabric with me, why would anyone use any other fabrics? I have her brainwashed, too! :D) In addition, I really like MC Escher's art. It fascinates me. So, when I found a kit with an Escher design, made with Kaffe fabrics, it was a no-brainer. This is the second Escher design I've made and I love them…