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Urban Cool with Megan Frock

One of the coolest things about this years quilt market was visiting with the young and hip quilters, bloggers, and book authors there. I ended up chatting with a few of them and they were all gracious enough to answer questions about themselves and their journeys. Over the next few weeks I will be posting…

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Idea for Sailboat Quilt

Where do ideas come from? Last week I got the idea to make a boat quilt. It would be 12 blocks with different boats in a grid. I sat down and sketched. Then things got hectic before leaving for Quilt Market in Houston. I didn’t think any more about boats until the second night I…

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Kylie and Jaelyn’s Advent Calendar

It is almost that time of the year again….holiday season. For the last two years my two adorable step daughters Kylie and Jaelyn have had an advent calendar that I made for them. It has been a hit. Jaelyn, who was four years old last Christmas started asking in the beginning of November when the…

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Maya’s Hexagon Wall Quilt

Here is a quilt that I actually made a few years ago. It was my first play with English paper piecing. I used chalky small patterned colors, then hand quilted it. I loved it when I started it, and I loved it when I completed it. This is not always the case with me. Sometimes…

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Cinnamon Rolls

I wanted to make a special lunch this week to start using my new and lovely autumn coasters. I found a Norwegian recipe for cinnamon rolls. I have translated it for you below, but, if you read Norwegian, you can find the original at Tine Oppskrifter. I Americanized my cinnamon rolls with a traditional cream cheese…

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Gingerbread Quilt

Here is a little preview on what is baking in my studio right now. Yes, this years Christmas quilts will involve gingerbread men galore!    Check back in the next few weeks to see the completed quilt, and to purchase the complete pattern from my store.         O-What-Fun, Felicia

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Happy Angel Peeps

I love Angels for Christmas! Here are some preview peeks at an angel sampler quilt I have been working on.  I completed it in hand appliqué, but you could easily convert the pattern to your favorite machine appliqué method.             I used super girly shabby-chic colors for my version. Try…

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Cozy Autumn Coasters

Rating: Any skill level but a little experience with a needle may be a plus. Sewing machine not required. Every year, as Arizona temperatures stay scorching rather than dropping pleasantly like I would hope them to do, I get the craving for some real autumn atmosphere. I fantasize about hayrides, pumpkins, and turning leaves. Afternoons…

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