Friday Funday: Quilted Totes with Free Patterns and Tutorials

“Nap Sack Backpack” Free Quilted Tote Pattern designed and from by Debbie Mumm

“Cargo Duffel” Free Quilted Tote Pattern designed by Anna for Noodlehead from Robert Kaufman

“Herringbone Haul-It-All Tote with Jelly Rolls” Free Quilted Tote Pattern designed by Marion McClennan from Moda Bakeshop

“The Fancy Free Bag Pattern” Free Quilted Tote Pattern designed by Melissa Peda from Free Spirit Fabrics

“Black, White & Currant II” Free Quilted Tote Pattern designed by Sue Falkowski from Henry Glass Fabrics

“The Perfect Whatever Bag” Free Quilted Tote Pattern designed by Maxine Ramey & Bonnie Christine from Going Home to Roost

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    Toot My Horn Tuesday: Texas Stars

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    “Texas Stars” Lap Quilt design by TK Harrison

    SO excited to see my “Texas Stars” quilt and pattern will be in the November issue of The Quilt Pattern Magazine!  If you look at the whole quilt design, you should be able to see a great big KISS in the middle of this quilt (hint:  look for the X).  How much fun it is to see any of my designs published in this great, downloadable online magazine!

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      Quilted Kitchen: Strawberry Patch Block & Recipe

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      Strawberry Patch

      Cutting Requirements for 12″ finished block (precise 1/4″ seam allowance):

      • Dark Green:  Cut ONE (1) 4 3/4″ square.
      • Dark Green:  Cut ONE (1) 5 1/4″ square.  Then cut this square diagonally, corner-to-corner, TWO (2 times).  You will end up with FOUR (4) triangles.
      • Medium Green:  Cut TWO (2) 4 3/4″ squares.  On the back side of each square, draw a diagonal line, corner-to-corner, ONE (1) time.
      • Medium Green:  Cut ONE (1) 5 1/4″ square.  Then cut this square diagonally, corner-to-corner, TWO (2 times).  You will end up with FOUR (4) triangles.  You only need TWO (2) of these triangles for a single block.
      • Light Green:  Cut TWO (2) 5 1/4″ squares.  Then cut each square diagonally, corner-to-corner, TWO (2 times).  You will end up with FOUR (4) triangles per square.  You only need SIX (6) of these triangles for a single block.
      • White:  Cut TWO (2) 2 1/2″ squares.
      • Red:  Cut TWO (2) 2 1/2″ squares.
      • Red:  Cut TWO (2) 4 1/2″ squares.

      Quilt Block Construction Diagram:

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      Using this image (above) as a guide, sew your Strawberry Patch block as you would a Nine-Patch block

      Croissant French Toast with Strawberries Recipe from The Pioneer Woman

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