Shake off the chill!
Whip up a batch of soul-warming hot cocoa to share with your family or fellow quilters. Then share the pleasure by creating a a cocoa mix that you can place in an attractive jar. Finish with these cute-as-all-get-out labels that you can print and include with your gift. Click here to download the labels for free.
Boo to You! Here's a whimsical Halloween door banner to greet your ghoulish guests. This project offers something for everyone - a little piecing, a little applique and a lot of FUN! Click here to purchase templates and complete instructions.
August, Episode 106
Patrick's general instructions for binding, including his trademark treatment of corners, are available for download here.
July, Episode 105:
The pattern for Patrick's Christmas Card Caddy and its snowflake hanger can be found here. You can also download simple instructions on how to add a hanging sleeve to the Christmas Card Caddy or any of your hanging quilt projects.
Make sure to check back often for online extras from Quilting Celebrations and Quilting Celebrations with Patrick Lose!
June, Episode 104:
Patrick makes a perfect "Bubbly Butterflies" spring and summer table runner.
May, Episode 103:
Learn how to make "Reach for the Stars" banner for your graduating student or to display at a graduation party.
Download the "stellar" free templates for cupcake wrappers and decorative star picks to embellish your own graduation party cupcakes! There's a recipe in the current issue of Quilting Celebrations magazine.
April, Episode 102:
The Pretty in Pinks table topper project will appear with instructions for hand embroidery in the Spring/Summer 2011 issue of Quilting Celebrations magazine, available May 3. If you would like to embroider yours by machine, as seen in Episode 102, the embroidery files are now available for purchase here.
March, Episode 101:
Check out these baby shower invitation templates, which can be seen in the first episode of Quilting Celebrations with Patrick Lose.
You can also use Sulky KK 2000 spray adhesive to bond your fabric to the cardstock backing. A simple, decorative machine stitch around the edges, using Sulky Premium 40 wt Rayon thread, is the perfect finishing touch.