Friday, November 11, 2011

Mini Quilt Challenge & Holiday Ornament Swap

Did you hear? You can link up a mini quilt, new or old, for a chance to win some fab prizes.




I've decided to enter an oldie but a goodie into this mini quilt challenge. This is my Kona solids mini quilt, inspired by Rachael's larger version from the Indy Modern Quilt Guild challenge. I love this mini, and it's hanging on my wall!

Cathedral windows mini quilt

Also, a little Christmas ornament swap update. With sign-ups now closed, we have 15 participants (yay!), so I'll be e-mailing you with partner assignments. Looking forward to this simple swap!

Handmade Ornament Inspiration

Stefanie Girard's Sweater Surgery
See how to make a recycled zipper ring.

Eileen - The Artful Crafter
Here's how to use 3D clay accents to make your decoupage projects pop. 

Mixed Media Artist
Cyndi has used some low-tech tools to make some fun printed pieces of silk for a future project. 

Aileen's Musings
Aileen had a phenomenon happen while creating mini star ornaments from some microwave clay.   

About Family Crafts
This current craft challenge is all about vacations. Do you have a vacation related craft you can submit?

Cindy Gimbrone Beads
Cindy tries her hand at right angle weave and reviews Stitch Workshop: Right-Angle Weave published by Kalmach Books. 

Crafty Princess Diaries
Tammy reviews a new book out called Craft Activism and gives you the inside scoop about how you can read the first chapter for free.  

Craftside-A behind-the-scenes peek at a crafty world
This week at Craftside there is a tutorial on how to sunprint with paint on fabric, how to identify torch flames, a recipe for vegan white and milk chocolate and how to design the size and shape of your eyebrows. 




11 comments:

  1. I love this mini quilt! The solids are stunning in this arrangement!

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  2. Love the mini. That reminds me, I've got a purple cathedral windows mini in progress somewhere ... time to dig it out ...

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  3. Super pretty mini, Lindsay! Love those solids :)

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  4. pretty! love the solids combined with the cathedral!

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  5. What a great project! I've been wanting to try these blocks. It looks marvelous!

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  6. Beautiful mini! I really like the all-solids look, though I've never tried it myself. Someday...

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  7. Very nice! More inspiration to give this pattern a try...though it seems so difficult. Yours looks great!

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