Star quilt-block patterns for an astronomical block challenge - Stitch This! The Martingale Blog
Think about you, quilting. Pair that image with your wildest, most wouldn’t-it-be-amazing dream. What does your marvel of a quilting experience look like? For astronaut Karen Nyberg, her quilting adventure was a literal out-of-this world event: making a quilt block in orbit, on the International Space Station. Wow! Inspiration doesn’t come on a scale much …
'Cabin fever project' — Barn quilts fill void for retired teacher
Preserving tradition is something that Shirl Shaw takes seriously, whether through her love for family, the outdoors, music or art.
Finally, Barn Quilts! Locally hand crafted. Built with treated wood and sealed with two coats of primer and two coats of weather resistant barn paint. Beautiful patterns everyone will enjoy. 8’x8’ - $350 4’x4’ - $200 Add a new quilt to our trail Email- email@example.com
The Linney Family Barn features one QUILT BLOCK PATTERN from “Stepping Stones” or “Good Cheer.” The quilt was made by Elsie Clark Linney within sight of this barn, c. 1945 in Alexander County. The quilt is currently owned by the maker’s son, Gene Linney and family of Taylorsville.
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This wooden barn star quilt block was inspired by two things... my deep love of old quilts and my inability to throw away even the smallest bit of wood! It is completely hand made one of a kind piece using salvaged and reclaimed woods. This block has , salvaged grey and white barn boards, blue and yellow boards salvaged from an old farmhouse and walnut and oak sawn from local fallen trees. All wood were left in there original condition, just the way I found them. No paints or…
Muted Texas Star
This gorgeous Texas Star was hand painted in soft muted colors and is a first of it's kind. It is stunning! It was constructed from pressurized...