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How to Prevent Fabric Bleed

To stop quilting fabric from bleeding in your finished quilt, be sure to machine wash your fabric (sorted with like colors) and dry before cutting. Yes, that does mean you will have to iron or press your quilting fabrics as well! I tend to be that person who never washes their fabric before I begin…

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Piecing Together Quilt Batting

After a quilt has been layered and quilted, most times there will be some excess quilt batting that needs to be trimmed away from around the edges. Rather than throwing away all of your smaller scrap sizes of batting, save them and learn how quick and easy it can be to piece together small pieces…

Quilting and Sewing Tips and Techniques

Kelly Pederson Hanson and Aurora Sisneros teach you some of the various general quilting and sewing tips, tricks and techniques that they like to utilize when working on their quilting projects, as well as helpful products including tools, organizers, carry bags, miniature irons and graph books.

Pattern Freebies: GO! LeMoyne Star Prism Quilt Pattern

Quilting isn’t just about piecing together a warm covering to guard against chilly weather. It’s a sharable labor of love: a way to liven up a bed with an embellished throw pillow, or a creative way to add some visual texture to your living spaces. If you want to energize an otherwise boring bedroom (or…

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Different Types of Quilt Batting

There are many different types of quilt batting available on the market today, and different quilt batting can give finished quilts very different looks and feels. Ashley Hough shares some of the different types of batting, what their main characteristics are and when to use them. Types of Batting While numerous different types of quilt…

Foundation Paper Piecing Essentials

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The Quilters Circle Podcast: Heather Black

Heather’s passion for quilt design is founded in her past as a landscape oil painter and her desire to be creative. She first tried quilting in 1995 but didn’t catch the quilting bug until 2011 when she designed, pieced and hand quilted her first queen size quilt. Shortly after that she discovered modern quilting and from that point on Heather has been designing and making quilts whenever possible. Her quilts and patterns have been featured in various quilting publications and is an active member in various local guilds included The Modern Quilt Guild.

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Miniature Quilts

Miniature quilts can be fun projects to make if you are wanting to make a quilt but don’t have the need or space for a large one. Mini quilts also use much less fabric and can allow you to use up some of the smaller scraps of fabric you may have been saving. Learn how…

Vintage 4-Pattern Set

4-Pattern Set: Vintage Collection Vintage quilt patterns can be the perfect addition to nearly any décor. In this four-pattern bundle from National Quilters Circle you will get patterns designed for any skill level to complete with step-by-step instructions and many illustrations. Upon your purchase, the 4 patterns described below will be immediately available to you…