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Paper Piecing 101

10 great tips for perfect projects every time! New quilters are often frightened by the Paper Piecing technique, citing that it ‘looks’ very complicated, with all those intricate little pieces used in the patterns. In fact, paper piecing is one of the simpler forms of quilting. It’s a bit like painting by numbers, except that […]

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A Day of Photography Fun

We had a photo session with Jules, our awesome photographer, for the Fall issue of Quilter’s Connection Magazine. It was so much fun, and everything went tickety boo, easy peasy! Thought I’d share with you some of the photos that we took throughout the day – you might even get some ‘sneak peak’ shots of […]

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It’s a Party!

Our good friend, Brandy Lynn Maslowski, is having a book launch for her new book, Kristy’s Book! If you’re in the area, please join her…. OFFICIAL BOOK LAUNCH EVENT – Kristy’s Quilt Cherry Tree Quilts 10105 Main Street Summerland, BC Saturday June 28, 2014 10am – 5pm

Mother's Day

10 Ways to Treat the ‘Mom’ in Your Life on Mother’s Day

So your mother – or maybe it’s your best friend, or even yourself – is a quilter. What special things can you do for her to celebrate Mother’s Day this year? We have ten great ideas for you to help make Mother’s Day special. Great Gifts for ‘Mom’ Purchase a quilt magazine, some of her […]

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Modern Quilt Perspectives Book Review

When was the last time you read a quilt pattern book, I mean actually read it? Doesn’t happen very often. In most cases, the designer provides a brief introduction – a “Why I did what I did” sort of thing, a few sentences to describe each quilt project, and that’s about it. Then off you […]

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