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Stack and Whack Quilting

Stack and Whack Quilting

Carnations--A Machine Quilting Tutorial

Carnations--A Machine Quilting Tutorial

Make your first quilt.

Make your first quilt.

There are so many different stitch options when it comes to hand embroidery and the French knot is a stunning, yet easy one to master. Now, when you hear the word knot, you may not thing beautiful…

There are so many different stitch options when it comes to hand embroidery and the French knot is a stunning, yet easy one to master. Now, when you hear the word knot, you may not thing beautiful…

GREAT way to do tiny 4 patches!!! Bee In My Bonnet: Bee in my Bonnet Row Along - Row One...these are only 1 inch square

GREAT way to do tiny 4 patches!!! Bee In My Bonnet: Bee in my Bonnet Row Along - Row One...these are only 1 inch square

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Fearless Free Motion Stitching for Beginners offers newcomers to this technique a 'Back to Basics' approach that will have you feeling comfortable at your sewing machine when the feed dogs are down! This exercise may look challenging, but with a little practice it will help you develop the necessary freedom and relaxation for effective free motion quilting. Deborah Wirsu presents an unusual introduction to the 'freedom' of free motion stitching. Give it at try!

Fearless Free Motion Stitching for Beginners offers newcomers to this technique a 'Back to Basics' approach that will have you feeling comfortable at your sewing machine when the feed dogs are down! This exercise may look challenging, but with a little pr

For this hand stitching tip all you need is a ruler and a marking pen. Because of where you will be doing the marking a regular ball point pen is recommended rather than a fabric pen or pencil. Ashley first explains that where you will be doing your marking depends on how you hold your fabric when stitching. She demonstrates how she holds her fabric, explaining that how you hold your fabric may even change depending on the type of hand stitching you are doing.

For this hand stitching tip all you need is a ruler and a marking pen. Because of where you will be doing the marking a regular ball point pen is recommended rather than a fabric pen or pencil. Ashley first explains that where you will be doing your marking depends on how you hold your fabric when stitching. She demonstrates how she holds her fabric, explaining that how you hold your fabric may even change depending on the type of hand stitching you are doing.