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American Quilter's Society
Intricate marble patterns on an elegant inlaid table inspired these ribbons of entwined colors.
You’re at the local fabric shop when inspiration strikes – but wait, you’d like to make a coverlet instead of a full bedspread, or your brother has a California king and you don’t know what that really means. Every quilter loves fabric, but there’s no point in buying far too much – or worse, not...
Make Dancing Ribbons by Cindy Rounds Richards into a mini quilt or a central block in a larger quilt. The possibilities are endless with this free pattern!
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Join Ellen Ann as she shows you how to make her stunning flowers from unusual fabrics.
Many of the projects in American Quilter call for invisible thread. So we asked Barbara Shapel for some tips. Barbara said that since invisible thread is sometimes temperamental, try these tips for problem-free use: • Don’t wind the bobbin more than half full. Wind bobbins slowly and with less tension than what is normal for...
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