• Choosing the Right Sewing Machine Needles
    4:33

    The Right Needles for Your Sewing Machine

    Heather Thomas explains in depth the benefits and qualities of each sewing machine needle. These tips and techniques will help you choose the right sewing needle and what needles work well with different thread. Learn the many possibilities associated with specific needles and threads. Use these tips to start sewing more efficiently with different sized…

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  • Iron-On Adhesive Overview
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    Iron-On Adhesive Overview

    Heather Thomas goes into great detail on using iron-on adhesives for your quilts. Find out the many different kinds and styles of iron-on adhesives that are available. Learn what the strengths and or weaknesses are for specific iron-ons as well as which ones are permanent or temporary. Use these helpful tips to add some fun…

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  • Quilting Rulers: Using an Add Enough Ruler
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    Quilting Rulers: Using an Add Enough Ruler

    Paper piece projects look beautiful and can be rewarding, but usually the fabric is cut too big or too small. Carolyn McCormick gives you tips and tricks about how big to cut pieces using an add enough ruler. This tool will let you cut squares rectangles, or half square triangles.

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  • Quilting Thread Overview
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    Quilting Thread Overview

    Heather Thomas talks to you about an overlooked part in the quilting process – threads. Most importantly you will learn about the weight system of thread that started in Britain because there are different thin, thick, fine, and heavy threads for different projects. Then learn when you should use each thread.

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  • Fabric Cutting or Fabric Tearing? The Advantages to Tearing Fabric
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    Fabric Cutting or Fabric Tearing? The Advantages to Tearing Fabric

    Joli Sayasane discusses the advantages of having your fabric torn opposed to being cut. Some of the benefits are that it helps you find the strait of grain, improve your piecing, and eliminate wavy borders. If it isn’t torn, snip in about a half inch from the side it and rip it yourself to see…

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