Sometimes you need to let go of your precision and accuracy, and remember that quilting should be fun! Watch as Sherri Driver shares some projects with you that have broken the “quilting rules” and really explored the quilter’s creativity. Get some ideas on how you can create your next project by going outside of the box and having some fun with your quilts!
If you are looking for a nice gift idea, this is the project for you. Kelly Hanson shows us how to make a mug rug that are perfect for holding coffee or tea without making a mess. This gift is easy to make and is perfect for friends or family this holiday season. Choose someWatch Now >>
Heather Thomas talks about using torn bits and scraps of leftover fabric on smaller quilting projects to create fun, unique pieces. She shows several examples of her own work, including a project that she based off of her daughter’s scribbling and a few pieces that contain schlubs, or thread that gets left behind in theWatch 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 >>
Heather Thomas explains the benefits of using straight pin bastes when quilting. She provides helpful tips and techniques that ensure a great end result for your quilts. See the many examples provided as well as what techniques work best when using certain pins. Take these tips and pin baste your own quilts.Watch Now >>