• 28:18

    A Twist on the Classic Dresden Plate Design

    The history of the dresden plate quilt block can take you on a journey where your imagination comes alive with new and exciting possibilities. The traditional dresden plate design takes on a new life in this video as Ashley Hough introduces you to the simple steps to make this your next favorite technique. With the…

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  • 35:13

    Bargello Quilt

    Quilters are drawn to color and a bargello quilt is the perfect example. Join Ashley Hough for this bargello tutorial as she discusses all you need to know to successfully create your own version. It all begins with a gradation of color. Your selection of fabrics should include a minimum of 6-7 pieces for the…

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  • 9:19

    Resizing Blocks

    Quilt patterns trigger our imaginations, but what if you decide that resizing quilt blocks will create the perfect patchwork? Where do you start and what steps do you need to learn for a successful resizing? The custom designing process begins by selecting the quilt block that you want to resize. Ashley suggests either drawing or…

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  • 40:25

    New York Beauty Block

    A New York Beauty block is the perfect combination of a foundation paper pieced section and several curved sections cut from templates. Ashley Hough shows you how to make one of these fun blocks step by step. New York Beauty A standard New York Beauty block is made from two basic parts: a foundation paper…

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  • 4:34

    Iron Quick Fabric

    An iron and pressing surface is something quilters use when assembling most quilts and projects. As with anything else that is used repeatedly, there will come a time when it needs to be replaced. Rather than buying a new pressing surface or ironing board, learn how to make a new cover for one using iron…

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  • 2:21

    Violet Craft Seam Roller

    A quilting seam roller can be a quick and easy alternative to an iron when assembling units, especially if your quilting setup doesn’t allow for an iron easily within reach. Kelly Ashton shows you how to use one and explains which one is her favorite and why. Quilting Seam Roller Kelly begins by explaining when…

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  • 13:29

    Mitering Any Degree Corner

    When it comes to quilting, a mitered corner is generally done when adding a binding to finish a quilt or project, which is generally rectangular or square. However, a perfectly mitered corner isn’t just for a 90-degree angle. Learn how to fold and stitch a mitered corner onto any angle on a project- Ashley Hough…

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  • 45:20

    Lone Star Block

    Lone Star Quilt Block This Lone Star quilt block is fun to make because it looks a lot harder than it actually is. Ashley begins explaining how to make the Lone Star quilt block by talking about fabric selection. She explains that this block lends itself well to fabrics that are a good contrast to…

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  • 38:18

    Joining Quilt-As-You-Go Blocks

    Quilting an entire quilt, especially a larger, bed-sized quilt, can be intimidating. Learn how to break it up into smaller, more manageable sections using an easy quilt-as-you-go technique. There are several different versions and techniques for quilt-as-you-go. Ashley Hough shows you how to join your blocks with sashing and backing fabric. Quilt-As-You-Go Blocks Prep Ashley…

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