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My New Favourite Quilting Tool
This little wooden wheelie thing has turned out to be the handiest dandiest thing to have right by my sewing machine. I've been preparing myself to sew curves sometime soon and I had heard good things about the "curve master foot" so I ordered one. I know I could have borrowed Carly's (thanks, Carly) and given it a whirl but I decided to commit. In the video I watched about how to use the foot, they recommended flattening the curved seams with this wooden wheel instead of an iron because the…
How to Cut Fabric for Quilting Blocks | National Quilter's Circle
Join the NSC community to access a huge library of instructional quilting videos: https://www.nationalquilterscircle.com/join/.Laura Roberts teaches you how ...
About Quiltmaker, a Division of Quilting Daily
Learn more about Quiltmaker Magazine, shop the quilt kits and patterns from the issue, and discover more ways to fall in love with this popular quilting title. As part of the Quilting Company family, Quiltmaker Magazine features unique quilt patterns 6 times a year.
Digital tape measure mixes the old with the new
Just when you think everything that could go digital has already done so, another old standby gets a makeover. The tape measure has been the workman s best friend for ages. It too has now gone digital.
Quilt Room Project
Hi Everyone, Did you all have a marvelous National/International Quilting Day? I spent it at an antique show and a Civil War battlefield. I didn't take so much as one stitch! I usually spend my weekends with my husband--so I don't often quilt on those days. On Sunday, my husband seemed a bit bored, so I got him to help me with a project for my quilt room. If you have been following me for a while, you may remember my post about my quilt room after we got moved in and settled. If you haven't…
A Tutorial on Binding Scallops
I finished this quilt well over a year ago and have never gotten around to blogging about it. Isn’t that bad? I made it for my office – or should I say, my husband’s office. It…