Heather Thomas talks about her love for machine quilting, and she stresses the importance of practicing constantly to get the hang of the difficult process. When she was initially learning, she practiced by creating 10×10” stitch books, which both helped her get used to machine quilting and provided her with endless possibilities to add to a quilt.
Discover how fabulously versatile these two industrial stabilizers can be for your quilting projects. Heather Thomas shows you how you can use them to create stiff, perfectly flat wall hangings and wonderful three-dimensional vessels, bowls, and more.Watch Now >>
Heather Thomas presents helpful techniques for determining what color fabrics to use when making your quilts. Learn how colors interact with each other and how to ensure the colors “make” your quilt rather than “break” your quilt. Find out how to utilize different colored shapes and fabrics without creating visual chaos. See what color interactionsWatch Now >>
Do you like to keep leftover pieces of fabric in remembrance of a quilt you made that you love? Erin Russek is the same way and shows you how to make a journal she made to store them. She recommends using Strathmore visual journals because they have a solid cover. Then take the measurements, putWatch Now >>
Angie Hodapp goes through a step by step process with you on how to make reversible quilts by using fusible applique. Learn this unique and fun technique as well as see what materials you need! See her many examples and start a new project using these helpful tips!Watch Now >>