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Sew Thankful Sunday: 03.24.2013

                                                                                       Sew Thankful Sunday at The Crafty QuilterHello everybody!  Welcome to Sew Thankful Sunday – my day to shine the light on some of the awesome creativity I’ve found this past week in blogland.

Please feel free to share anything you would like to add in the comment section!  I’d love to see what you’re sew thankful for.

Alyce from Blossom Heart Quilts blog has teamed up with the Fat Quarter Shop to present the Having a Starry Time Blog Hop. This hop focuses on making HST (half-square triangle) star blocks using triangle paper (available from Fat Quarter Shop).  You can check out the Fat Quarter Shop’s Youtube video showing how to use them for more information (it’s about half way through the video).

Having A Starry Time Blog Hop sponsored by Fat Quarter Shop and hosted by Blossom Heart Quilts

Even though this hop JUST ended, you can still hop over to these blogs and see what they created!

Monday March 18th – Rita at Red Pepper Quilts
Tuesday March 19th – Lindsey at Happier Than A Bird Quilts
Wednesday March 20th – Jane at Want It, Need It, Quilt
Thursday March 21st – Jenelle at Echinops & Aster
Friday March 22nd – Hadley at Flying Blind on A Rocket Cycle
Saturday March 23rd – Alyce at Blossom Heart Quilts
Star Quilt Block made by Alyce of Blossom Heart Quilts


And you won’t want to miss the Charm Madness Blog Hop hosted by Sew Lux Fabrics that is going on right now!  It began on 3/19 and will continue until 4/7.

Already there have been some awesome tutorials!  Click on the image below to go directly to the tutorial:

Charming Patchwork Lunch Bag by Clover & Violet

Charm Madness Patchwork Placemat Tutorial 2

Charm-ing Apron
Charm-ing Apron Tutorial by Quilter In The Gap

 Oh Deer! Sewing Machine Cover Tutorial

Another cute and quick little project is this ZigZag Patchwork Journal Cover  by Rachel of Stitched In Color:

Zigzag Cover TutorialI love anything zig zag and this looks sew darn adorable!  I think I need one, and I’m sure I have some fabric lying around that would be perfect for it!

If you enjoy making bags, you’ll want to check out this Interfacing Guide by Geta’s Quilting Studio.  Geta has shared everything she knows about interfacing and their use in bag construction.  This is a fantastic resource to have!

Interfacing Guide @ Geta's Quilting Studio

I hope you all enjoy the rest of your Sunday and thank you for joining me today for all of the things I’m Sew Thankful for!

Julie Siggy-1

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