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Master Your Machine: Secrets for Beginner Quilters
Get the knowledge you need to turn your quilting sewing machine into your most valuable tool! Join instructor Cyndi Souder for step-by-step guidance through setup, operating and troubleshooting essentials, starting with how to properly thread your machine.
6 Features You’ll Want In A Free-Motion Quilting Sewing Machine
Sure, you can trick out a standard sewing machine so you can free-motion quilt. But if you’re in the market for a shiny new model, why not get one that will satisfy both your sewing and FMQ needs? These are the free-motion features you should keep an eye out for while shopping.
Stitch a String Quilt Block for a Fun, Scrappy Project
Rule number one: don’t throw out those fabric scraps, even the thinnest of strips. After all, you can use ’em to make a totally new project — like a string quilt! These block are simple to quilt and make use of every bit of your fabric stash. What’s not to love?
How to Baste a Large Quilt On a Small Table
Basting a quilt can be difficult to do if you do not have enough table or floor space to lay out the entire quilt. Heather Thomas shows you how to baste a large quilt on a table that is smaller than the quilt by using clamps and only pinning in the areas you plan to quilt.