Are you tired of dusty thread? Does your fabric paint dry out too quickly? Are you drowning in a sea of unorganized bits and pieces of quilting supplies in your sewing room? Kelly Pederson Hanson has a quick tip for handy quilt supply storage utilizing clean baby food containers. Best of all, this storage system is stackable and see-through for easy viewing!
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Peg Spradlin teaches you how to baste a quilt to get it ready for machine quilting. She begins by finding the center of your table and then folds your fabric in order to find the center of your quilt fabric. Basting A Quilt Check out this additional video for more great instruction on how toWatch Now >>
Heather Thomas demonstrates how to efficiently determine what color you want your quilt background to be. Find out how important that negative space is for your finished quilt. See what happens when you use black or white with certain colors. Use these tips to best choose the background color that will behave the way youWatch Now >>
Heather Thomas teaches you how to hand bead so you can add even more extravagance to your quilt. It is very simple to learn and she teaches you using only five basic stitches. The different types you will learn is the bugle stitch that uses bugle beads, the stack stitch using multiple fancy beads, aWatch Now >>
Peg Spradlin adds some elegance and beauty to your quilt top by teaching you how to add freeing feathers. Learn how to draft a traditional feather starting with the height and spine. As you become more comfortable with this you will be able to make feathered cables and feathered wreaths.Watch Now >>