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Betsey Langford
Between now and Fall Paducah in September 2017, we invite you on a special creative adventure. Each week we will offer you ideas, techniques, blocks, and embellishments to help you tell your quilt story in stitches.  If you didn’t catch the beginning of the project, visit here for the quilt story worksheet. Did you remake your...
Welcome to the creative world of Teri Tope. From fun sewing projects for your home to beautiful appliqué, Teri has something to inspire everyone. Come take a look at her classes, books, and great tips.
Build a village with these fun vintage blocks and in no time you will have a fabulous quilt. Make it by hand or machine, either way, your going to fall in love with these addictive little blocks!
Learn the difference between scissors and shears along with tips to identify left handed scissors. If you get your scissors in a sticky situation, we've got a great tip to clean it up!
Share your thoughts on precut fabrics, how you use them, and your storage secrets, and tell us about that precut you've always wished for!
Do you have a Patricia, Patrick, or Princess in your life? Big P and little P are perfect for them! Use these fun big blocks to create a great project for the 'P' people in your life.
In the May 2015 issue of American Quilter magazine Rami Kim provided instructions for making pear and apple blocks inspired by the paper craft Iris Folding technique. These instructions tell you how to use 4 blocks to make an Apple & Pear quilt.
Follow along and learn from Teresa Justice that English paper piecing isn’t just for hexies. Sometimes it’s the easiest way to achieve the perfect points and connections you’ve been longing to make!
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