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This Aprons on the Clothesline Wall Hanging is not your average wall hanging pattern. With bright and colorful batiks, tree appliques, and miniature aprons clipped to the front of the quilt with real clothespins, this wall quilt is creative and unexpected. The designer made it in memory of her mother and grandmother, who always wore aprons while working around the house. Use it to inspire a touch of nostalgia in your own home!
Art quilts are great projects for exploring inventive quilt finishing techniques. A cord bound edge for art quilts is simple to apply and adds a special touch to your artwork. Bind the quilt with decorative stitching and cording for a modern aesthetic.
You know that bold print fabric you have that's just too beautiful to cut and piece? Don't ruin it! Quilt around the motifs to add dimension, and then mount it on a canvas as contemporary quilt wall art. This Eye Candy Quilt Art Tutorial shows you how with step-by-step instructions.
Learn how to make an art quilt with this quick tutorial. The quilter leads you through her improvisational piecing process, showing you how she combines bits of fabric to create a free-form patchwork mini quilt. Display this funky quilt as wall art!
Couching threads is an embellishment traditionally done on needlepoint projects, but it can add plenty of pizzazz to your fiber art quilts! Learn how to couch threads on an art quilt using your sewing machine and quilting feet for a textural effect!
Learn how to create texture fabric paper for art quilts using tissue paper, fabric, and Elmer's glue. This technique can be used with different colors of tissue paper and fabric to create fiber art landscape quilts and other fabric art projects.
Display your small art quilts and fabric arts projects using gallery wrapped canvas. This tutorial gives you tips and instructions for mounting a mini art quilt on gallery wrapped canvas so that you can hang your quilted pieces as artwork.
This real-life inspired art quilt design uses a Natural Bird Design. If you are new to quilting, you might want to keep the design handy while following a beginner's quilting tutorial for reference. Beading is optional, but it does add a nice texture to this earthy DIY art quilt pattern. Stitching the bird on to the fabric is the easiest part of this handmade craft, so do not be intimidated by the design. This art quilt will give your home a natural touch like only a homemade quilt can do.
Create your own scene of auburn and yellow-colored fall foliage to really make a black quilted tote bag quilt patterns stand out. Check out this amazing guide on how to Paint a Fall Scene on a Quilted Tote by using easy-to-use stencils and special fabric paint. This fall scene quilt pattern can be used as a child's trick-or-treat candy bag or a festive accessory to bring to your local farmer's market. You can also use this art quilt technique to decorate your fall quilt tablerunner patterns with beautiful pictures of autumn leaves.
Although this Painted Pansy Quilt was originally designed to commemorate a loved one who adored pansies, you can make pansy quilts to celebrate spring or brighten up a table in your home! Flower quilt patterns like this one are even better with colorful painted embellishments!
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