Anne-Lise Johansen

Anne-Lise Johansen

Anne-Lise Johansen
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Top 20 Patterns for Quilters of All Levels

Top 20 Patterns for Quilters of All Levels

Sew a set of placemats and mug rugs with owl applique with this free sewing tutorial

Sew a set of placemats and mug rugs with owl applique with this free sewing tutorial

The Half Square Triangle Pouch is a flat square-shaped quilted pouch with a zipper running diagonally across the front. This pouch is a great weekend sewing project for an intermediate. Get the free pattern at Craftsy.

The Half Square Triangle Pouch is a flat square-shaped quilted pouch with a zipper running diagonally across the front. This pouch is a great weekend sewing project for an intermediate. Get the free pattern at Craftsy.

how to hand quilt with perle cotton

how to hand quilt with perle cotton

Pretty by Hand - quilting !

Pretty by Hand - quilting !

Finally a site that showed me how to get started quilting by hand

Finally a site that showed me how to get started quilting by hand

Best Collection of Training Videos! kikopup, the fantastic trainer, created an easy to search list of all her excellent tutorial videos. you can find it on her website. watch this video to learn more and click on "more info" to see her website url.

Best Collection of Training Videos! kikopup, the fantastic trainer, created an easy to search list of all her excellent tutorial videos. you can find it on her website. watch this video to learn more and click on "more info" to see her website url.

Little boxy pouch tutorial. Patchwork Cube Bag http://www.handmadiya.com/2015/08/little-boxy-pouch-tutorial.html

Little boxy pouch tutorial. Patchwork Cube Bag http://www.handmadiya.com/2015/08/little-boxy-pouch-tutorial.html

When it comes to quilting, almost all patterns are written using a ¼” seam allowance. If you come from a garment sewing background and are used to a ⅝” seam allowance this can seem small, but Heather Thomas explains why the ¼” seam allowance is used.

When it comes to quilting, almost all patterns are written using a ¼” seam allowance. If you come from a garment sewing background and are used to a ⅝” seam allowance this can seem small, but Heather Thomas explains why the ¼” seam allowance is used.