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Change up your bedding set with these budget-friendly picks! Bright colors elicit happiness and comfort, so why not give your bed a makeover with vibrant linens? Visit Wayfair and sign up today to get access to exclusive deals everyday up to 70% off. Free shipping on all orders over $49.

Change up your bedding set with these budget-friendly picks! Bright colors elicit happiness and comfort, so why not give your bed a makeover with vibrant linens? Visit Wayfair and sign up today to get access to exclusive deals everyday up to 70% off. Free shipping on all orders over $49.

Japanese Quilt    Flower Festival by Noriko Masui (2006). Part of the exhibit Stitching the Seasons: Contemporary Japanese Quilts at the by nikki

Japanese Quilt Flower Festival by Noriko Masui (2006). Part of the exhibit Stitching the Seasons: Contemporary Japanese Quilts at the by nikki

picture tutorial: make new fabric using your fabric savings & wee bits of offcuts that are too small to be useful (you can also cut up wee bits of fluffy wool, ribbon, sparkly threads etc.) and soluble fabric

picture tutorial: make new fabric using your fabric savings & wee bits of offcuts that are too small to be useful (you can also cut up wee bits of fluffy wool, ribbon, sparkly threads etc.) and soluble fabric

Bright Birch quilted bed runner. Love the use of scraps to make bands of color and solids.

Bright Birch quilted bed runner. Love the use of scraps to make bands of color and solids.

Beautiful! The description card says, Crazy Quilt 1883-1893 - Silk, cotton, wool, and linen, pieced and embroidered with silk and cotton threads - Crazy quilts, which emerged after 1850, were usually composed of small, irregular-shaped fragments of silk, wool, and other fragments pieced together. The seams were then embroidered using a variety of stitches. They acquired the name crazy quilts because of the strong colors and busy, confusing nature of their designs, typi

Beautiful! The description card says, Crazy Quilt 1883-1893 - Silk, cotton, wool, and linen, pieced and embroidered with silk and cotton threads - Crazy quilts, which emerged after 1850, were usually composed of small, irregular-shaped fragments of silk, wool, and other fragments pieced together. The seams were then embroidered using a variety of stitches. They acquired the name crazy quilts because of the strong colors and busy, confusing nature of their designs, typi

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