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Hand quilting patterns

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whew… I know you’ve been waiting a long time for this. Remember two (okay three) weeks ago when I teased you with the promise of an in-depth instruction-filled post on my favorite quilt…

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One of the problems that many quilters have is how to free motion quilt their projects. If you are one of those quilters, I can reassure you that you don’t have to. What?! Yes, you do have to get your quilt sandwich stitched together, but you don’t have to do this with free motion quilting: you can

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OK, here I am and I'll try to make a little tutorial to show you how I asseble my finished blocks with the QAYG method. 1. Step Take two blocks. Be sure they are 5". 2. Step Cut two sashing strips, one 1" and one 1 1/4". 3. Step Add the 1 1/4" sashing to the back of your block pinning in place, then add the 1" sashing to the front of your block and pin in place. 4. Step Sew all this sandwich together using a 1/4" seam allowance. 5. Step Flip the front sashing and press, put the second block…

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A warm welcome if you've joined me from the marvellous Moda Bakeshop. Here, as promised, are my favourite tips for those of you considering hand quilting your Woodruff Quilt. Or any quilt, for that matter. I love hand-quilting and find it very relaxing. I particularly enjoy the transformation of three separate layers of fabric - feeling their weight draped over my palm - to one continuous piece of quilted fabric, which somehow takes on a life of its own, feeling lighter in my hands as I…

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