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Try Toby's method that turns a blah block into an amazing block using symmetrical fabrics.
Try Melinda Bula’s new iquilt online class, Renegade Thread Play. Take a look at the preview here: Click here to visit her amazing iquilt online class!   Take a look at our new 108″ wide backings! Lovely hues of gold, blue and purple!
Egyptian Applique Art They’re handcrafted—colorful cotton fabric in complex patterns painstakingly appliquéd to a soft canvas backing. Although there is no batting per se, the appliqué stitches go completely through to the backing, catching just a thread or two for stability. Are they quilts? Are they art? No matter what niche you care to put...
Do you have a hard time remembering what a quilting pattern looked like? What about thread weight and needle information? Don’t struggle any more. Michele Scott shares her tip for keeping it all straight.     Interested in learning more from Michele Scott? Visit her Successful Machine Quilting: Basics to Bobbins at iquilt.com!
Cindy has been busy! Take a look at some of her latest projects. Introducing her new book: The Grid Design Workbook Make a gorgeous gridded backgrounds. Cindy gives detailed instructions taking you through multiple backgrounds that thrive in a grid setting. • Features step-by-step process through a vast array of gridded quilting designs • Includes...
As gift giving season approaches, here’s a way to finish your beautiful pieced projects. Join Leila Gardunia as she shares her tip for taking a canvas frame and a few staples and turns that top into art you can hang on the wall! Start with a pre-made blank canvas and frame the size you need....
When asked, ‘If you could have only one ruler, which would it be?’ time and again, quilters would say that one of five rulers were their favorite. It was interesting that nearly all of the responses to this question fell into one of these five ruler categories.   The big long rectangle ruler. I think we...
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...
Join Cindy Seitz-Krug as she demonstrates a simple free-motion stipple stitch. Don’t miss her great tip about stenciling around feathers!     Was this helpful? Don’t miss more of Cindy in her iquilt online course, Sucessful Machine Quilting: Basic & Beyond
Grab a paint brush and join the fun! This is a great technique for anyone wanting to try something fun and new while staying in the comfort of quilting. Katie’s techniques produce stunning results even if you’ve never worked with acrylic paints. Make three different paintings by layering paints and fabrics. Then, use Katie’s method to...
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