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    Quilting Tools You Can’t Live Without

    Whether you are new to quilting and wondering what quilting tools to buy, or you’ve been accumulating tools for years and are looking to scale back, Laura Roberts shows you which tools are her go-to favorites. Cutting Fabric Quilting can require several different tools for cutting fabric. Laura shares her favorite types of rotary cutters,…

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  • Batting Scraps
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    Clever Uses for Quilt Batting Scraps

    As quilters we often find ourselves with lots of scrap piles, including quilt fabric and batting. In this video, ZJ Humbach shares some clever ideas for how you can use up those scraps of quilt batting in creative and efficient ways. You might also be interested in: All About Quilt Battings, Different Types of Quilt…

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  • Bobbin Tension
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    How to Get Perfect Bobbin Tension Every Time

    If you’re a longarm quilter or own a sewing machine with a rotary bobbin, this video is for you. ZJ Humbach demonstrates how to use the TOWA Bobbin Case Tension Gauge to achieve perfect bobbin tension every time.

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    Essential Quilting Tools: Pigma Pens

    A set of Pigma Pens is a fabulous item to add to your quilting toolbox. In this video, ZJ Humbach tells you about the multiple uses for these permanent pens and shows you how they can actually save you time in your quilting projects.

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    Baby Food Containers as Quilting Supplies Storage

    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…

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  • Alternative Seam Rippers & Methods
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    Alternative Seam Rippers and Methods

    Do you still have the first seam ripper you had in high school? In this video, Kelly Pederson Hanson talks about this invaluable little tool we all have in our sewing box, particularly that little red ball on your ripper. She also shows you some alternative seam rippers and methods that you will wish you had learned long ago.

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  • Ideas for Framing Wall Quilts
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    Ideas for Framing Wall Quilts

    Wall quilts can look a little too understated when they hang flat against the wall. Add the perfect finishing touch to your next wall quilt by framing it. In this video, you’ll learn where to find the best frames and how to create quilts to fit the frame rather than search out a frame for an already completed quilt. Heather Thomas shares her tips and ideas.

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    Tips for Mounting Art Quilts on the Wall

    Have you just finished a prized quilt piece and are now wondering what the next step might be? Take your art quilts and wall quilts to the next level by mounting them using stretcher bars, pre-stretched canvases, or artists board. Heather Thomas teaches you some quick and easy techniques for a professional finish.

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    Quilt Stabilizer Review: Peltex and Timex

    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.

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