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Looking for a fun project? Now that spring is here, make a flower garden with fabric! Traditional techniques include paper piecing or individual template piecing, but Kaye Wood shows you how to make accurate hexagons of any size in much less time, so you can get out and enjoy the spring weather! As you make...
How about a few Crazy Easter Eggs and some Struttin’ Chicks to add to your Easter decor? These 3″ blocks work up into a charming 15 1/2″ x 5 1/2″ wallhanging. Make several blocks for a charming table runner or Easter banner. Thanks to Patti R. Anderson of Patchpieces (www.patchpieces.com) for these two adorable patterns....
New from BERNINA®: Two adorable Easter projects! Are you hosting an Easter brunch or special springtime event? Make the final touches extra-special with a quick and easy napkin tutorial. Click HERE for a detailed bunny napkin tutorial. It includes a self binding so that you can quickly whip them up for your special occasion! And...
Here’s a cute quilt that can be made from colorful stash fabrics plus solids, or combine white charm squares with jelly roll strips! Make a quick baby quilt, or make it as big as you like. It’s so versatile, and it began with a doll quilt idea… Jennifer Grigoryev, also known as Jenn of All...
Kathleen Shea learned to sew as a child, about the same time that she discovered the wonder of the PEANUTS® characters. While perfecting her sewing skills, Kathleen also began collecting anything that depicted Snoopy, Charlie Brown, and all their friends. Of course, she kept up with the PEANUTS gang by reading the phenomenally popular comic...
AQS Instructor and quilt artist Laura Wasilowski has a tip about batting: watch for the scrim! She makes fused art quilts and is here to share the importance of knowing about the scrim when you want to achieve a flat fused surface on your quilt.
Don’t you love February? Love is in the air, and the Heart Variation quilting pattern by Nan Moore might be just the design you need to express it.
Have you seen the regular feature in AQ magazine, “In Line with Lori Kennedy”? In every issue, Lori guides you step by step through free motion designs that are so cute and so FUN that you can’t help but try them, even if you’re not a free-motion quilter. Take a chance; you might find a new quilting path to travel!...
Here’s a great idea from Barbara Burnham! Use this pattern for a border flower from her book Baltimore Garden Quilt to make a label or a small block. “It’s an easy one,” Barbara says, and we think it’s a great way to try your hand at appliqué! Click HERE for the cute appliqué flower pattern!...
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