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A Look at Puff Quilts

A Look at Puff Quilts

2nd Sep 2021

Sometimes it is interesting to take a look back to where we were a year ago. With a fresh outlook you see things in a different way and just in case you missed it the first time This week we are going to feature the DIY Puff Quilt blog. The puff quilt, also known as a biscuit quilt or bubble quilt h …
How To: Twitter

How To: Twitter

30th Aug 2021

If you’re seeing the blog post, I doubt this is the first time you’ve read a post on our blog: CottonVille Cuts. To get the word out there about our blog, we have actually given CottonVille Cuts its very own twitter account. Quilting twitter is a pretty fun and vibrant side of twitter. If you s …
Puzzle Mystery Quilt Tips and Tricks

Puzzle Mystery Quilt Tips and Tricks

26th Aug 2021

The excitement around the most recent Olympia Puzzle Mystery Quilt has been fantastic as the detectives received their first clue. In today’s blog. I will provide some tips and resources to guide you as you sew your clues together.In the first clue, you receive a printed card with the fabrics identi …
Meet Daisi!

Meet Daisi!

23rd Aug 2021

Hello!I am Daisi, 30 and I live in New Jersey.Let me tell you a little bit about myself. I am married and I live with my husband and 3 cats. My full-time activity is quilting and sewing, but I also love cooking and driving.However, I haven’t always been a quilter. I have a Master’s Degree in Finance …
Binder Pouch and Apple Coaster

Binder Pouch and Apple Coaster

19th Aug 2021

Back to school brings to mind many different feelings and emotions depending on where you are in life. I have always loved the idea of a fresh start and new school supplies in fun colors. The August Classic Membership featuring the Enchanted collection by Valori Wells for Free Spirit provided a visu …
#DudesCraftToo

#DudesCraftToo

16th Aug 2021

I haven’t been quilting for very long, only about 4 years, but I have been crafting in one form or another for most of my life. As a kid I was enamored by my mom’s sewing machine and all the things she could make on it. I also was very into cross stitch, thanks again to my mom. However, growing up i …