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Marking a Quilting Pattern with Press'n Seal

Sometimes it is difficult to see through a very thick fabric such as felted wool or a quilt that has already been sandwiched with the battin...

Free Motion Quilting 4 Piece Border Template Set.

Here is our beginner guide to Free Motion Quilting with a Ruler (also called templates). Free Motion Quilting templates help you to create designs like Baptist Fans, Arcs, Clamshells, Waves and more. This getting started guide will help you install your ruler foot, setup your machine and get started!

DIY Free Motion Quilting Practice Tool - Sylvia's Stitches

I've been looking for some kind of practice tool or device to improve my free motion skills, but couldn't find what I was looking for. For sit-down quilting, the kind you do on a home sewing machine or a sit-down longarm, it is the fabric that moves and the needle is stationary. As opposed to stand-up quilting on a long-arm, the fabric is stationary on the quit frame, and you move the needle over the fabric to do the quilting. Sit-down quilting is a different type of skill to master. My DIY…

My Five Tools for Making Faster Quilts

I want to give you some tips that I have found actually make my work faster. I’m not going to give you advice that tells you to prewind bobbins or “organize your workspace”. I…

How to Make Your Own Quilting Frames

Quilt frames may seem complicated and expensive to someone just beginning to quilt, however, with these simple steps anyone can make their own inexpensive quilt frame.

I've been looking for some kind of practice tool or device to improve my free motion skills, but couldn't find what I was looking for.  For ...

I've been looking for some kind of practice tool or device to improve my free motion skills, but couldn't find what I was looking for. For sit-down quilting, the kind you do on a home sewing machine or a sit-down longarm, it is the fabric that moves and the needle is stationary. As opposed to stand-up quilting on a long-arm, the fabric is stationary on the quit frame, and you move the needle over the fabric to do the quilting. Sit-down quilting is a different type of skill to master. My DIY…

Six Tips for Machine Quilting

Are you new to machine quilting? You may have made tied quilts for a while and now want to explore machine quilting. I’ve seen a lot of advice given for how to machine quilt but I think mos…

Quilting rulers come in all different sizes and shapes. Heather Thomas will teach you how to use them properly by explaining what all of the different hash lines on them are for as well as the diagonal lines. One of the common types of quilting rulers is the long ruler. Previously, they were made anywhere from 3 ½” to 6” wide and in several different lengths. They now make this quilting ruler up to 6 ½” wide, making it much easier to cut both strips and blocks. No matter what width your...

Quilting rulers come in all different sizes and shapes. Heather Thomas will teach you how to use them properly by explaining what all of the different hash lines on them are for as well as the diagonal lines. One of the common types of quilting rulers is the long ruler. Previously, they were made anywhere from 3 ½” to 6” wide and in several different lengths. They now make this quilting ruler up to 6 ½” wide, making it much easier to cut both strips and blocks. No matter what width your...

Digital Download - Pinwheel Party Pattern by Missouri Star

The illusion of movement seen in our Pinwheel Party quilt is nothing short of stunning! Five-inch squares and background fabric is all you need when making this quick, easy quilt. Finished size: 58 read more... MSQC SKU: PATD350 MFG SKU: PATD350

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Sewing Room organization tips for storing tools and quilting rulers from A Bright Corner

Welcome to my Sew Organized series! You've found the first of a four-part series of articles where I share my favorite tips, tricks, and tools for keeping your sewing space organized. Click the links below to learn more! Sew Organized Part 1: Tips for Storing Quilting Tools and Rulers Sew Organized Part 2: Tips for Storing Patterns, Magazines and Books Sew Organized Part 3: Storing and Organizing Fabric and Scraps Sew Organized Part 4: Storing and Organizing Quilting Projects and WIPs Hi…