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Betsey Langford
The vintage block (Snail Trail) from days gone by, gets a whole new look when you super size it. We played with denim, but it works great with fun textures or large prints. The twisting chasm reminds me of Alice falling down the rabbit hole.
Perhaps you have a pile of blocks laying around that didn’t quite work out for your last project or they are left overs from several projects. Gwen Marston has just the thing to try!    Learn more great ideas with Gwen! Visit her iquilt online classes. Gwen is also an AQS Author, check out here latest...
Sit down with a cup of something warm and visit with some of the Chattanooga winners.   See Jan’s process descriptions on her blog.       Watch Shelley Doyal describe her quilt and put it in motion.           Watch Patti Sandage describe Capricho and explain part of the process she...
Last week we made the 24″ of Fabulous block. If you need to catch up, visit the tutorial. We couldn’t resist setting it with children’s fabric for a little playful fun. To vary the pattern, we used the same block, but two different colorways. Fabulous Fun Quilt Measures 74″ x 98″       Preparing...
Have you ever sewn a seam wrong? Me either 😉 When the day comes that you make a mistake, you will need to take those stitches out. For this reason, unsewing is almost as common as sewing. Here is a great tip to get you back to sewing in no time without the need to...
Announcing the next BIG (as in block) challenge! Here is a block that is big, big, big - 24" of fabulous big!
Look at two fun ways to quilt this quilt and create completely different looks!
  From Half-Scrap Quilts – Take and Make Them Yours, Mickey shares… “Each quilt pattern, in this book, is a small slice of me in fiber form. Every quilt has a story and I hope you find them as interesting as the designs themselves. I cover many genres of fabric in making the quilts. All...
Make the most of your precuts! Warm Jelly Roll Quilt Tutorial   Do you find yourself collecting precuts with no real plan for what you’ll do with them once you get them home?  It’s easy to be drawn to the coordinating fabrics stacked so prettily together, with a price tag much less than a fat...
Create, Print and Press with FabricMaker You may have heard about FabricMaker and how this compact system enables you to take your favorite photos, images or designs you create and turn them into fabric for your quilting projects. The concept of being able to turn artwork or photos into fabric isn’t new. Quilters have been...
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