Maze Quilt Pieces

Joannes Designs Week36 Maze Quilt Pieces

If you want to make a maze quilt, it seems that you only need to prepare several squares with white and black quarters. These are the maze quilt pieces.

Should you also want to make a maze quilt, you can find here in the blog the maze pattern generator and here a quilt that has been designed with the generator (and that looks amazing! :))

 


Links:
Maze Quilt Pieces (Joanne’s Maze Quilt 52″ x 62″ )
Maze Quilt – Design Choices

Here at unikatissima:
Maze Pattern Generator

Poncho Patterns

Jessica Tromp Poncho Patterns

I’m thinking about knitting a poncho for myself from YouKnits and have looked therefore for poncho patterns – and found several where I only have to select the one I like ;-)

 


Links:
Poncho Patterns (15-womens-PONCHOS)
=> the picture shows the template for a poncho from one rectangle, you can find it at ‘1 Rectangle poncho knitted in one piece’

Here at unikatissima:
Design your own Lace with YouKnits

Nine Block Quilt Pattern Generator

Levitated Nine Block Quilt Pattern Generator

There are generators for quilters, too ;-): The nine block quilt pattern generator shows all possible nine block quilt patterns, you must only click on ‘permutate‘ below the pictures.

 


Links:
Nine Block Quilt Pattern Generator (nine.block)

Here at unikatissima:
Entries with the tag ‘generator’

Fabric Inchie Collage

dotslifeandart Fabric Inchie Collage

I told before how you can make matching, but not equal paper inchies*.

Here she shows how to make wondeful fabric inchies.
It must be a lot of fun.

* What is an inchie? An Inchie is a 1″ square of art. They are made from paper or fabric and then embellished in innumerable ways (see links below).


Links:
1″ fabric collage tutorial…

Google image search result for ‘inchies’
Flickr image search result for ‘inchies’

Here at unikatissima:
Serendipity Collage

Faux Quilt Votives

Just Something I Made Faux Quilt Votives

I find this idea really great, too: simply scan old quilts, print, sew a little and wrap around a votive ;-)
It’s a little bit as with the Fabric/Paper Place Mat.
And I think that it would look wonderful, too, with a paper Crazy Quilt!

By the way: the paper gets more transparent when you paint it slightly with oil.
It will smell a while, but then the smell disappears ;-)

On the page she also shows how to print the quilt picture onto inkjet T-shirt transfer and embellish leather with it – great!


Links:
Faux Quilt Votives (Faux Vintage Quilt Fun)

Here at unikatissima:
Fabric/Paper Place Mat
Papier Crazy Quilt