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Betsey Langford
Tuffets are a blank canvas – with lots of possibilities.  These are just a few!                               A special thank you to Tuffet Source for sharing their collection of incredible tuffets and sharing their exciting news with us! The mini tuffets displayed in...
Halloween season is upon us. Do we have have some creepy ideas for you and your creative space! 1. Glow in the Dark – Collect random tools and items around your quilt studio and paint them with glow in the dark paint. By day the studio looks like usual, but in the darkness of night...
What are your favorite rulers? Be sure to tell us and learn what other's had to say!
Make this easy quilt out of your favorite 10" x 10" fabric squares!
Visit the National Quilt Museum in Paducah, Kentucy before November 15, 2016 to see this amazing exhibit. The National Quilters Museum extended an invitation to the Manhattan Quilters Guild to present their work without regard for theme, size, or year of completion in order to examine their “sense of place.” To live or work in New...
Make your own reusable plastic templates with iquilt online instructor Joanne Sharpe. She walks you through the process from beginning to end. Keep all your favorite shapes handy! Additional Tip: Put a sticky velcro dot on the center of the front of your plastic template. Not only will this help you hold the template steady...
The fan fair is over and the music has played out. Alone with the words of the quilt contest judge, you sit down, take the piece of paper, and read. Words of criticism can be hard to take and especially hard to find useful value in. But this could be the most enriching part of...
Welcome to A Miniature World by Pat Holly where quilting meets coloring.     In Pat Holly’s new book, A Miniature World, she offers 38 detailed coloring pages featuring work from her miniature quilts, larger quilts, images from traveling, textile items, and ideas from her imagination. Along with the coloring pages, she offers ideas for...
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