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Irish Chain Barn Quilt

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Irish Chain Barn Quilt

This design was created last fall at the request of some darling grand kids from the midwest who wanted to honor their immigrant grandmother who came from Ireland, built her farm along with her husband, planting clover each spring, and who loved to quilt the Irish Chain.  We added her colors and a little blue to represent the blue skies that wrap their farm from the north, south, east and west.  

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Hand Dyed Stitching Cloth

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Hand Dyed Stitching Cloth

A field of flowers, a basket of weeds and a wilting seed pod all the bounties of the mountain we live on and love and now they are forever sealed into our hand dyed stitching cloth and in Our Shop for you to stitch, piece, and quilt with. Tweetle Dee Hand Dyed Stitching Cloth The inspiration for the Hand-Dyed Stitching...

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Prairie Paints are here!

Prairie Paints are here!

Our launch day of the Prairie Paints Collection is here!  Read all about the inspiration for this paint line developed by Tweetle Dee Design Co. specifically for barn quilters and furniture finishers.  Come see our 32 new vintage paints!

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Folk Art Barn Quilt Calendar

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Folk Art Barn Quilt Calendar

This year's new calendar is out and we are so in love with the images of farm life and quilted fields...

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Forget Me Knot Free Embroidery Pattern

Forget Me Knot Free Embroidery Pattern

We are so happy for the first Flourish Wildflower of 2020!  I worked on this over the holiday and fell in love with the little blue flowers of the Forget Me Not.  The Forget Me Not symbolizes "remembrance".  I always wonder why different flowers symbolize different virtues, and I have a few thoughts on this little beauty.   With each Lazy Daisy that I stitched to create a petal, I though of how many little petals it takes to make this dainty little blue flower even stand out.  It made me think of how many little blessings and gifts we each...

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