Cupidity Bonus

Remember how I talked about how I originally wanted to have appliqué on Cupidity? Because what’s Valentine’s Day without those candy hearts? Love them or hate them, they’re iconic. Well my quilt must have hated them, because it didn’t work out. But I had already used my super cool Wonderfil Dazzle thread (like a #8
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Cupidity

When I had the idea for Cupidity last spring, I had a four month old and was honestly not showering as often as I would’ve liked let alone sewing as much as I would’ve liked. But we all know quilty friends are the best, and I turned Cupidity into a block swap. More of a
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Yonder Quilt Along: Row 16

Happy New Yeaaaar’s! I’m going to stick with the motto, “new year, new quilt.” Except Yonder, because we’ve come so far already. Fun story, the Letterbox blocks were not in my original plan for Yonder. I drafted another block and had templates made and it was cool. It was also impossible because it was so
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Yonder Quilt Along: Row 9 & 10

I knew it was going to happen eventually; even with the casual pace of a new row every two weeks I was bound to fall behind. Row 9, another row of Arch blocks, was it. Ah well. That’s why we like to keep it casual. I used a green with touches of pink from Tula’s
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Yonder Quilt Along: Planning

To quote the Sound of Music, “Let’s start at the very beginning, a very good place to start.” For this Yonder quilt along, or QAL, that means fabric and color placement. When we did the Yonder the First, the blue and white Yonder, we wanted to show off how fabrics from different lines, designers, companies,
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Cotton Cuts Featured Designer for July

Since both the Eye Candy Quilters are July babies, it’s the perfect month to have something special going on. And as luck would have it, we do: we’re Cotton Cuts’ featured designer for the month of July! Cotton Cuts is a subscription box program for quilters, learn more about it by clicking here. When you
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Carrot Breath

I have a checkered history with rabbits. Most of the time I sympathize with Elmer Fudd, especially after they turn my potted plants into a tossed salad. However, once you get to Easter, they’re adorable. They should get as much of a fanfare in spring as the reindeer get for the winter. That’s how Carrot
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