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Machine Quilting

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When we came across this article of the best machine quilting tips we knew we had to share it with our readers. The tips are detailed and contain links to products that will help you to get the bes…

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Plus a Few More Ways it Can Expand Your Creativity! Freezer paper has long been a staple for quilters. It’s often used for needle-turn applique and English paper piecing. However, there are so many other ways it can help while making a quilt. The shiny side of the paper is coated with plastic that melts …

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I've had the chance to review the book Free Motion Quilting for Beginners (and those who think they can't), by Molly Hanson. I love that title! I'm a big proponent of quilting your own quilts, as you know, and I've read a lot of books about free motion quilting. I like how everyone presents the information in their own personal way....there is always more to learn! This book presents all the practical information you need to get started. More importantly, it gives you the confidence to jump in and give free motion quilting a try. There are 15 projects in the book that encourage you to start small and increase your comfort level with free motion quilting before you tackle something larger, like a quilt. What I love most about this book is Molly's tone of encouragement throughout the text and the projects. She is great at guiding you though the entire process! I've done a lot of free motion quilting and I love how relaxing it can be. I also know how easy it can be to get in a rut. I challenged myself to get out of my box, so to speak and try some new-to-me, designs. I gave this squared off stippling pattern a try and it went pretty well! I had to slow down and think about where I was going from time to time, but it was fun! I could see doing this all over a whole quilt. I also quilted a few swatches of different designs and I turned them into a set of coasters. Binding them was a little fiddly, but totally worth it! (I can say that now that they are done. Ha!) These are great because I not only used scraps of fabric, but scraps of batting as well. Hurray! I'm happy to count these as scrap project #94/101. If you would like the chance to win an e-book copy of Free Motion Quilting for Beginners, please leave me a comment in this post. In your comment, I'd love to hear what your favorite go-to FMQ pattern is. Or, if you are new to FMQ, I'd like to hear what pattern you would like to master. I will pick winner in a few days!

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Quilt Circles on your Domestic Sewing Machine easily.Westalee Design Circles on Quilts templates for Domestic and Longarm Machines. Leonie West gives a tutor...

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Стежка меняет все! Примеры стежки блока "Вертушка". Как сшить "Вертушку"? Смотрите здесь: http://www.ilovepatchwork.ru/#!4vertushki/c1zwh

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I love the process of quilting. And I really like complicated quilting designs. How ever I am not comfortable enough in my quilting skills to do some of it free hand. And I STRONGLY dislike marking…

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