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Alison Glass

Animal Quilt

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I have tested a few FFP animal blocks from Unicornharts in the last couple of years. After testing I mostly put them in a pile without thinking what to do with them. I made tote bags with couple of them, made a few mini quilts and that was it. So I had this idea to put the remaining blocks into a baby or lap size quilt. Even though each block…

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My new FPP pattern – Rubber Ducky

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Last week I was looking after the @52quilters Instagram Account. It was my 2nd time, first time I was doing it was in August 2017.                   2018 is a bit different. Each month has its topic. This September is dedicated to FPP and I am one of 4 quilters this month who are covering everything we make and know about FPP 🙂…

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Milky Way Sampler Quilt is finally finished!

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In January 2017 I joined Alyce Blossom Heart Quilts and many other lovely quilters of Instagram in the Milky Way Sampler Quilt Along. A free block  was available for download once a month (12 blocks in total) or the whole pattern could be purchased at once (12 block + extra block 13). I chose to download one star per month and I was sewing a block a month till September. Then life happened,…

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Peek A Boo mini quilt with Frank the cat

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About a week ago I whipped up a Peek a boo mini quilt. I found the uber cute cat pattern from Jo Carter  on the pages of Love Patchwork and Quilting magazine issue 60. When I saw it , I instantly fell in love. I knew I needed to make it as soon as I can. My mind was processing it quickly and I realised I deeply needed to make it…

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My first ever FPP pattern

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Hi all, I have some exciting news. I made my first ever Foundation Paper Piece pattern for Valentine’s Day. It’s called Heart Face and it’s basically a heart with a face 🙂 It’s a very easy one, sews very quickly and a beginner friendly. I made it using EQ8 software.  It was relatively quick to design it but it took me quite a while to put the pattern pdf all…

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