For the Love of Crafting: Quilt-As-You-Go “Backpack Buddy”

Join us in celebrating Valentine’s Day with 5 DIY creations from the heart. Five incredible instructors will provide live demonstrations as they quilt, sew, knit, and bake all week long. On Thursday, February 4th at 2:00 PM CT, learn how to make a Quilt-As-You-Go “Backpack Buddy” with Colleen Tauke, National Quilters Circle instructor. Click here to download the materials list, patterns, instructions, and recipes!

Series Schedule:

Monday, February 1st at 2:00 PM CT – Chocolate Macarons

Tuesday, February 2nd at 2:00 PM CT – DIY Zipper Lip Pouch

Wednesday, February 3rd at 2:00 PM CT – Knitted Heart-Shaped Dishcloth

Thursday, February 4th at 2:00 PM CT – Quilt-As-You-Go “Backpack Buddy”

Friday, February 5th at 2:00 PM CT – Woven Heart Basket

Brought to you by:

https://www.craftsy.com

https://www.nationalquilterscircle.com

https://www.nationalsewingcircle.com

https://www.theknittingcircle.com

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74 Responses to “For the Love of Crafting: Quilt-As-You-Go “Backpack Buddy””
  1. Atreya
    Atreya

    Thank you as a beginner wanting to try machine patchwork , I would be grateful if you help me , i.e. Courses , materials , tips , thank you .

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  2. Donna
    Donna

    Hi, I’m coming to you from Coos Bay, Oregon. It’s raining this morning here on the West Coast.

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  3. Cynthia Raymond
    Cynthia Raymond

    Chopsticks are great for stuffing pushers. I have those in my sewing room all the time.

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  4. Barbara Deshane
    Barbara Deshane

    Fold an 8.5×11″ paper in half, draw half a heart on folded side. Cut that out and symmetrical heart comes out. Waaalaa

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  5. Wendy
    Wendy

    Thanks this was fun and very inspiring – checking in from Vancouver Island BC where it is trying to be sunny.

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  6. Lexy
    Lexy

    I really appreciate your sharing of how much experimentation you took, and the results along the way!

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  7. Jackie
    Jackie

    Sometimes I use two pins to mark the start and stop points.
    If you are making several heasrts, make a bunch of hook strips all at once in one long strip. then cut it to proper length. Saves time!

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    • Jessica Sprague
      Jessica Sprague

      Hi Jean, check the bottom left corner of the video player. You might have to click the mute button. Sometimes that button gets clicked!

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  8. coneyjones@gmail.com
    coneyjones@gmail.com

    Can we save this for later. I am just watching and learning now and would like to come back to it to actually make it.

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  9. Karen
    Karen

    Hello from mid-Michigan. Our snow is going to hit tonight. Perfect timing to stay home and make hearts!

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  10. Constance
    Constance

    Constance from the foothills of Yosemite National Park in California
    About 50 today. No snow this week.

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    • Jessica Sprague
      Jessica Sprague

      Hi Sarah,
      Make sure to scroll to the very top of this page. There should be a video player. You might have to click the play button to get the video started.

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  11. Darla Brown
    Darla Brown

    I had a reminder that said this started in half an hour, but on the video link at the top of this page the ‘set reminder’ button indicates it doesn’t start for 7 hours. Does anyone have any clarification on this time discrepancy?

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    • Jessica Sprague
      Jessica Sprague

      Hi Darla,
      Thank you for notifying us! I just fixed the “set reminder” time on YouTube. This event starts at 2:00 PM CT.

      Thank you,
      Jessica

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  12. Julie
    Julie

    There are 5 pages of instructions with pics you can download for free to go along with the video.

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    • cev201021123411
      cev201021123411

      Didn’t know till yesterday that I’ve been a member since April 2020! Bluprint refunded a new membership but hey! I’m gold until April 2021

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  13. Karen L Pape
    Karen L Pape

    I have been making quilts that have gone well I am just sure about how you go about and what attachments to use to actually quilt. Have all pinned in place etc.

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