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For my twin nephews, I made two sets of bibs from this excellent pattern, using a crab print I picked up on a trip to Nashville last fall and prints from Denyse Schmidt's Chicopee line.
I also made some simple quilted placemats, using fabric from Cloud9 Fabrics' Monsterz collection and a kitchen print gifted from a friend.
I used my favorite tutorial and a Leah Duncan print from Grey's Fabric to make some pillowcases for my parents.
And finally, I made a pair of quilt-as-you-go potholders with rounded corners, using green scraps.
Have you started planning any handmade projects for next Christmas? Any favorite tutorials you'd recommend?
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This weekend I fell in love with rounded corners and bias binding. I typically avoid bias binding in my quilts---straight-grain binding is so easy to cut and creates little waste---but while taking Tara Rebman's Quilt-As-You-Go Patchwork Bags class on Craftsy, I was inspired to branch out.
The kind folks over at Craftsy (an online video classroom specializing in a variety of crafts including quil...