double wedding ring sampler
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Join us for the Paducah Sewalong! A 36-block Double Wedding Ring Sampler.
how to quilt
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Block 2019 quilt
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Are you ready for this year's challenge? Take a look at the blocks we'll explore in 2019!
It's time to finish the All-Border Quilt with binding and a label. It's the final project of the How To Quilt series from American Quilter's Society.
At the beginning of the month, we introduced you to the new Stashery program offering a curated collection of fat quarters and three 12″ block patterns in a mystery package. Each month we reveal the 12″ blocks, click here to see the blocks in Stashery: Nova, and offer a free setting idea using one of...
Explore English Paper Piecing by learning about how to follow an EPP assembly guide. Plan around Y-seams and plan for easier Y-seams step-by-step.
After making a Drunkard's Path block, explore ways to quilt the block!
Choose from a dozen flower patterns to create a quilt garden all your own. There's a flower, a style, and a technique for everyone!
Use your charms to make these 5" square-friendly projects! Seven unique projects for all skill levels and styles with tutorials.
Quilt backing is the fabric used on the back of a quilt. It’s the bottom layer of the quilt sandwich: top, batting, backing. The important thing to remember about the backing is that it is always the biggest part of the sandwich. Once you’ve finished a your beautiful top and are ready to start putting...
It's time to start quilting the All-Border Quilt, the final project of the How To Quilt series.
You’ve met Drunkard's Path, now meet the family of block variations! Take up the Block 2019 Creative Challenge using classic quilt blocks.
The best part of making your own bags is customizing it to fit your life, which is why we've put together a list of eight free bags & totes patterns!
English Paper Piecing (EPP) is a construction technique that uses paper templates. Fabric is folded over the template, basted, and whip stitched together, usually by hand. EPP is a little bit magic; you can create blocks and motifs from most any shape with ease and it’s easy to take EPP projects along with you on...
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