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Paper Quilting

You can create beautiful art using quilt block designs and recycled and decorative papers! Cards, wall art, etc!

Quilt wrapping papers by Harriet Taylor Seed, via Behance

Rainbow Double Goosed by jenjohnston on Flickr.Via Flickr: I was lucky enough to get to test a new pattern by Kelly of Jeli Quilts. She has come up with several amazing circle-of-geese variations lately and this one is called “Double Goosed” (soon to be available in her Craftsy pattern shop.) I used 27 different Kona solids for the geese (leftovers from this quilt) and three different Konas for the background. This block was incredibly fun to make and, believe it or not, really not very hard! There are some clever touches that make it well-suited to someone not super experienced with paper-piecing: the geese don’t touch so you don’t have to worry about cutting off their points and there is no place in the block when joining pieces that you have to worry about a million seams coming together (even in the centre.) Plus, everyone will be super amazed by how awesome your block is. ;) If anyone’s curious, it took me about 3 hours start to finish to complete the block. The finished size is 14” square.

M is for Mixed Media A quilt of packing envelopes, currency and decorative paper, from Thomas Campbell’s new exhibition opening June 12 at Joshua Liner Gallery in New York. Larger Quilt, 2013 by T. Campbell, courtesy of Joshua Liner Gallery

DIY PAPER QUILT ON CANVAS...This Has To Be My FAVORITE Thing I've Pinned For Awhile. What An Easy Way To Do Art For Your Wall & Be Able To Customize It To Your Taste!!!

recipe for crazy: P is For... (part one)

cloth and paper

Stamps Paper Happiness: X-Press It--With Paper Quilting--Day 1 Herringbone

Final paper art

One Little Fruit | Herringbone paper art

quilt pattern...would be easy to do on a card

Paper Pinwheels

start with a star die or star punch

Almost (Stamping) Heaven: Pinwheel Cards

I want to make each boys one of these! But I want them to be for full size beds and the finished blocks be 12x12 instead of 6x6 any know how to help me accomplish that?

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