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  • Kitty Cat Charm Quilt

    This is Eileen's Kitty Cat Charm quilt and it is a pattern from the October 2000 issue of McCalls Quilting Magazine. She used just scraps to make this quilt top! Since this is a gift for her great niece to go on her bed we chose a light density panto called Popcorn and Quilters Dream Blend batting. The thread is a light beige So Fine thread. Guess what I've been doing out on the lake again this year? :) I just walked in the snow on the ice to create the swirls and the snow is knee deep so it's a good work out! Only had the energy to walk about 6 and hope to add more over the next few weeks.

  • Cats on Cats Quilt Tutorial

    A cat lovers dream, Cats on Cats is a beginner friendly look at simple quilt techniques and chain piecing. Featuring fabric from Kitty Garden and Jenny's Basics by Jenny Ronen.

  • Cats on Cats Quilt Tutorial

    A cat lovers dream, Cats on Cats is a beginner friendly look at simple quilt techniques and chain piecing. Featuring fabric from Kitty Garden and Jenny's Basics by Jenny Ronen.

  • How To Make Cat Quilt Block - Video Tutorial

    Learn how to make a Cat Quilt Block and achieve a stunning result. You can use it in cushions, patchwork and as a wall hanging. Watch the video now.

  • Skill level: Advanced Scaredy Cat quilt block pattern, in 6-inch and 12-inch block sizes. A vintage Halloween black cat quilt block pattern, perfect for sewing a retro Halloween quilt! Traditionally pieced (no paper-piecing required.) Instant download, fully-illustrated, step-by-step instructions and materials list. Includes a bonus border pattern for turning your block into a mini quilt. Once you have purchased this pattern you can download and print it instantly! Happy sewing! ©Trellis & Thyme Duplication and distribution of Trellis & Thyme patterns is prohibited.

  • Cats on Cats Quilt Tutorial

    A cat lovers dream, Cats on Cats is a beginner friendly look at simple quilt techniques and chain piecing. Featuring fabric from Kitty Garden and Jenny's Basics by Jenny Ronen.

  • Quilt finishes 48 1/2" square and uses conventional piecing with the exception of the whiskers section in each kitten which is paper pieced. Directions are provided for replacing the paper pieced sections with one piece of fabric if desired. Each kitten finishes 18" square - perfect for minis, pillows and more!

  • Brand New for 2016! SIDEKICK is a fun and fast applique quilt that can be made with as few as 2 different fabrics or as many as you care to buy! Full sized cat applique templates are provided and well as clear, concise instructions for making 5 different sized quilts. SIDEKICK pattern includes instructions for: Pillow Cover, 18" square (1 block) Wall Hanging, 20" x 21" (1 block) Baby Quilt, 35" x 36" (9 blocks) Lap Quilt, 54" x 57" (25 blocks) Full Size Bed Quilt, 84" x 89" (25 blocks) Photos show the Baby Quilt and the Wall Hanging. Pattern is 21 pages long. Quilts by Elena has been writing and selling patterns in local quilt shops and online for over 20 years. Thanks for looking! Copyright 2016. No part of this pattern may be copied or reproduced in any form without written consent.

  • Cats on Parade

    Ann's Midnight Poppies collection may be hitting stores, but her previous line, Cat-I-Tude, is still going strong! Today we're featuring a quilt from Quilter's World that uses the Cat-I-Tude fabrics. Cats on Parade designed by Lisa Swenson Ruble and machine quilted by Diane Oakes; featured in Quilter's World Fall 2018 What attracted you to the Cat-I-Tude collection? I really love the paisley swirls! There's so much detail and depth in that fabric, and it ties the entire line together. It's also a fun challenge to design a quilt featuring fussy-cut blocks; I wanted a quilt that would highlight the cat blocks but also have interest in the background. How did you choose the coordinates to use? Aqua is my go-to color, so that was easy. I tried a digital version using green instead of the purple, but it didn't pop the way I wanted it to. I chose to use the cat blocks on black and the black tonal background to enhance the rich contrast of the colors. Tell us about your design. I've designed several quilts with a woven look. I like the over-under illusion, and the depth that it creates. I actually designed this quilt about a year before Ann's fabric came out but hadn't found the right collection for it yet. It seemed to work perfectly with these prints. Tell us about the machine quilting. Diane Oakes has quilted several of my woven quilt designs, and I think she does a great job. She chooses one motif (and thread color) for each "weave," so for example the purple areas all have the same design. This helps to enhance the woven idea. She followed the paisley lines in the outer border and also quilted some of the details on the cat blocks. What do you like best about this quilt? Definitely the woven effect. I like that it creates the illusion of dimension. Click here to see the entire Cat-I-Tude collection by Ann Lauer. Click here to read more about this quilt. Click here to order the kit for Cats on Parade. Click here to purchase the fall 2018 issue of Quilter's World. Love It? Share It!

  • Playful appliqued cats cavort on a traditionally pieced background in this pattern by Deb Luttrell, created to go along with the book Sisters By Choice by Susan Mallery. The following fabric quantities are required: 1 1/4 yards teal 3 1/4 yards marble swirl-cream 7/8 yard orange Fat 1/4 black for cat applique 3 3/4 yards backing Finished quilt size is 58" x 70".

  • “Love Cats” is just the sort of card or picture which will delight any feline fancier. These cats are based very much on my own two lovelies Domino and Coco who rule our house by deciding where we can and can’t sit, and weaving through our legs trying to guide us to their food bowls. These cat designs can be created in traditional cat colors but you can have fun creating them with bright floral prints for a modern, fun look. The pictures rely on a strong contrast between background sky and the cats themselves, so choose your papers carefully for best results. Add bling and bows for an exotic pampered feline design. Paper Quilting brings paper and sewing together in a truly unique and beautiful craft. It is mastered quickly because of the easy to follow template patterns using ¾ or 1 inch squares which are cut out using a paper punch or die cutting plate. You can create greeting cards, pictures and gift tags. Crafters of any age and ability level can produce beautiful handmade creations in a single crafting session. Paper Quilting is one of the best ways of introducing simple sewing and is a wonderful craft to share with children. My patterns are for your own personal use only. Each can be used repeatedly just by taking a copy of the working template. The same pattern design can be created in so many different ways just by changing the papers and embellishments you use to create it. Use all the latest paper designs alone or combined with wrapping paper or plain coloured card stock. Recycle magazines, old greeting cards, catalogues, calendars, maps, postage stamps, damaged books and music scores and wallpaper into your work to create a truly unique piece of craft art. Add beautiful embellishments, stickers, stamping, craft punched or die cut elements, embossing and mixed media techniques. This is a craft which brings new life to every other craft product you already own. There are different techniques within Paper Quilting. Just Squares, Traditional Block, Crazy, Scrap, Layered Squares, Puzzler and Padded Top Stitch can be used to change the Paper Quilts pattern further. Most of the patterns I design use the Just Squares technique working template but these can be used with the other techniques very easily. “When I give to you what I make with my hands, I share with you my heart” Happy Paper Quilting

  • Free pattern day: Cat and Dog quilts!

    Here is a purr -fectly wonderful collection of free cat and dog quilt patterns ! For 2000 more free patterns please check out our complete ...

  • Embrace your inner cat lady with contemporary cat-themed projects! Play with texture and style to create 16 unique projects from bags and decor to 7 different quilts.Cat-loving quilters mew-nite! Embrace your inner cat lady with contemporary cat-themed projects! Play with texture and style to create 16 unique projects from bags and decor to 7 different patchwork quilts. Each project includes step-by-step instructions guiding stitchers on a variety of techniques from foundation paper piecing to free-motion embroidery. Also learn how to play with different substrates such as cotton, linen, wool, wool-blended felt, denim, vinyl, and repurposed clothing. From beginners to more experienced, there is something new to learn for every stitcher. The paw-sibilities are endless! Make the most of your feline fabrics and craft 16 original cat-themed quilts and textile projects Use dozens of techniques from basic piecing, hand embroidery, and machine sewing for a vintage-meets-modern aesthetic Experiment with different textiles and fabrics to create bags, accessories, home decor, and quilts • Author: Pamela Jane Morgan • ISBN:9781644030974 • Format:Paperback • Publication Date:2021-07-25

  • Liberated slash ‘n sew strips come together to form these stylish and sublime appliquéd fancy felines with a modern attitude! Use scraps or 1/3 yard cuts to create the scrappy side borders and a jelly roll or fat quarters for the appliquéd cats! Finished size is 53" x 64". Fully illustrated and detailed color instructions, diagrams and photos included. Full Size pattern shapes enclosed - no enlarging necessary. #CW-109 Price excludes shipping and handling....This is for the full color printed version of this pattern.

  • Cat Quilt Block Pattern Tutorial - Easy for Beginners!

    Make a cat quilt block pattern with squares and rectangles. Use scraps or strips. Make a 12 inch cat block and see what it would look like in a quilt pattern!

  • A set of 9 large size cat quilt blocks featuring the beautiful bold and colorful prints of designers Kaffe Fassett and Philip Jacobs. Add sashings and borders to further enlarge your quilt. The blocks are 8.25 x 12.75 inches. The cat blocks pictured are only representative of the various fabrics available. Colors and fabrics may vary some from those pictured. Each set of 9 Cats will have 9 different fabrics. If ordering more than one set of Cats some fabrics may be duplicated. This listing is for one set of 9 blocks. All of my listing are from a clean smoke and pet free environment.

  • 15+ modern cat quilt patterns to sew!

    Check out this fun list of modern cat quilt patterns to sew! Includes cat quilt blocks and free cat quilt tutorials and patterns.

  • Catalina's Catnap or Pins and Paws Quilt

    Catalina loves Cats. That's why as soon as I saw this quilt pattern, I knew it was for her. It is titled Pins and Paws from the Missouri Star Quilt Company. There was some fun quilting on this quilt. I love pieced backs. It's also a good way to use up left over fabric.This backing idea is from Gyleen Fitzgerald. This is one of my favorite border quilting patterns. I love quilted straight lines. They add so much movement to a quilt. The whole quilt. Richard thought the quilting was odd, but I think it is very modern. As always, a label.

  • “Love Cats” is just the sort of card or picture which will delight any feline fancier. These cats are based very much on my own two lovelies Domino and Coco who rule our house by deciding where we can and can’t sit, and weaving through our legs trying to guide us to their food bowls. These cat designs can be created in traditional cat colors but you can have fun creating them with bright floral prints for a modern, fun look. The pictures rely on a strong contrast between background sky and the cats themselves, so choose your papers carefully for best results. Add bling and bows for an exotic pampered feline design. Paper Quilting brings paper and sewing together in a truly unique and beautiful craft. It is mastered quickly because of the easy to follow template patterns using ¾ or 1 inch squares which are cut out using a paper punch or die cutting plate. You can create greeting cards, pictures and gift tags. Crafters of any age and ability level can produce beautiful handmade creations in a single crafting session. Paper Quilting is one of the best ways of introducing simple sewing and is a wonderful craft to share with children. My patterns are for your own personal use only. Each can be used repeatedly just by taking a copy of the working template. The same pattern design can be created in so many different ways just by changing the papers and embellishments you use to create it. Use all the latest paper designs alone or combined with wrapping paper or plain coloured card stock. Recycle magazines, old greeting cards, catalogues, calendars, maps, postage stamps, damaged books and music scores and wallpaper into your work to create a truly unique piece of craft art. Add beautiful embellishments, stickers, stamping, craft punched or die cut elements, embossing and mixed media techniques. This is a craft which brings new life to every other craft product you already own. There are different techniques within Paper Quilting. Just Squares, Traditional Block, Crazy, Scrap, Layered Squares, Puzzler and Padded Top Stitch can be used to change the Paper Quilts pattern further. Most of the patterns I design use the Just Squares technique working template but these can be used with the other techniques very easily. “When I give to you what I make with my hands, I share with you my heart” Happy Paper Quilting

  • Tic Tac Cat

    Tic Tac Cat quilt by QuiltFabrication