Sew-Alongs - Patchsmith Style

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Farmhouse Star in a Circle in a Square
We are onto the next stage in the Farmhouse Star Quilt sew along. Find out how to save time and money by using the quick fuse method for this sew along.
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Farmhouse Star Sew Along using Quick Fuse
Find hints and tips for creating Lori Holt's Farmhouse Star quilt using quick fuse applique.
a colorful quilt hanging on a wall
Vintage Block Along - Sections One and Two!!
Bee In My Bonnet: Vintage Block Along - Sections One and Two!!
a close up of a flower on a table with an open book in the background
Granny's Garden Block 39
Block 39 is very similar to Block 9 and the same method works for cutting down the layers using quick fuse applique. Click on the photo for more info.
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Granny's Garden Block 37
A very easy quick fuse applique block for my Granny's Garden bedrunner - Block 37.
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Grannys Garden Bedrunner Block 31
Reducing the layers on this block when using quick fuse applique is a little tricky but it can be done. Find out more by clicking the photo.
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Granny's Garden Bedrunner Block 27
Another lovely circular flower block from the Lori Holt/Riley Blake Granny's Garden sew-along.
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Granny's Garden Bed Runner Block 26
An easy tulip to applique using quick fuse (a.k.a. raw edge).
a close up of a patchwork flower on a table cloth with scissors and thread
Granny's Garden Bed Runner - Block 24
Such a simple block using quick fuse applique. So much so I had plenty of time to fussy cut the flower middle.
a blue and red flower is on top of a white table cloth with pink flowers
Granny's Garden Bedrunner - Block 20
Another Dresden style block made easily using half-square triangles. Click on the image to link through to the blog.
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Granny's Garden Block 16
A very pretty Echinop using quick fuse applique for the Granny's Garden sew-along.
a quilted table topper with a flower design on it and a pillow sitting next to it
Granny's Garden Block 14
Using quick fuse applique meant I could reduce the number of layers for this block. Click on the photo to see how I did it.
a quilted table mat with a flower on it next to some small containers and scissors
Granny's Garden Block 11
Another block for my Granny's Garden bedrunner using Lori Holt's super-quick Dresden method.
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Granny's Garden Block 9
This block highlights the benefit of using quick-fuse applique as the number of layers you stitch through are reduced (which means the amount of fabric is also reduced).
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Granny's Garden Block 5
This is Block 5 in Lori Holt's Granny's Garden sew-along. However, it is the second block for my Granny's Garden bedrunner as I only need 14 blocks to complete the runner. Find out more by clicking the photo.