Kirsten Krøll

Kirsten Krøll

Kirsten Krøll
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Kaffe Fassett quilt 101_0091 by claire@paintdropskeepfalling.wordpress.com, via Flickr

Kaffe Fassett quilt 101_0091 by claire@paintdropskeepfalling.wordpress.com, via Flickr

1940's era Ticking Fabric Tote Bag

1940's era Ticking Fabric Tote Bag

Patchwork Quilted Purse made with Tapestry by RedRabbitQuilting,

Patchwork Quilted Purse made with Tapestry by RedRabbitQuilting,

Finish a Quilt Edge with Style in Finishing School: Edges & Bindings

Finish a Quilt Edge with Style in Finishing School: Edges & Bindings

- Handy Tote Pattern More

- Handy Tote Pattern More

Grandmothers Flower Garden quilt by Robin Atkins, detail

Grandmothers Flower Garden quilt by Robin Atkins, detail

Grandmothers Flower Garden hexie quilt, Robin Atkins, rows stitched together

Grandmothers Flower Garden hexie quilt, Robin Atkins, rows stitched together

Ripple – The Quilter's Bazaar

Ripple – The Quilter's Bazaar

Dragonflight (Quilt-as-you-go)

Dragonflight (Quilt-as-you-go)

Have you ever looked through a quilt magazine and wondered why your quilts don’t have that extra something like the ones on the magazine pages? The odds are pretty good that the quilter broke one of the hard-and-fast rules of quilt design. We’re taught to follow the rules while we’re growing up, so our eye naturally gravitates to designs outside the norm. If your quilts are looking a bit too boring and basic, use one of these techniques to flip the design around and create some design…

Have you ever looked through a quilt magazine and wondered why your quilts don’t have that extra something like the ones on the magazine pages? The odds are pretty good that the quilter broke one of the hard-and-fast rules of quilt design. We’re taught to follow the rules while we’re growing up, so our eye naturally gravitates to designs outside the norm. If your quilts are looking a bit too boring and basic, use one of these techniques to flip the design around and create some design…