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Quilt stitching

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Quilting expert Natalia Bonner shares over sixty straight-line quilting ideas for blocks, borders, and allover designs, with step-by-step photos.

Quilting expert Natalia Bonner shares over sixty straight-line quilting ideas for blocks, borders, and allover designs, with step-by-step photos.

Day 2: Etch n' Sketch

365 Free-Motion Quilting Designs is a treasure trove of free-motion quilting inspiration, with a unique design for every single day of the year! The author, Leah Day, suggests preparing fabric sandwiches to practice the new design on each day. To get you started, we've included the first seven designs from the book. Quilt along, and once you're hooked, get yourself a copy of the book, and head to www.LeahDay.com/365 for video tutorials! Day 1: Shadow Waves Day 2: Etch n' Sketch Day 3: Gentle…

Quilt as you go with batting sewn into seams and backing added after quilt is put together. Stitch in ditch to attach backing.

WHEN I made my Blueberry Crumb Quilt, I decided to try the Quilt As You Go (QAYG) method at the last minute. While I was quilting, I jotted down a few tips that I wanted to remember for next time. This is my Blueberry Crumb Quilt. You can read about this quilt saga HERE . There are a couple of links within the post which will lead you to all of the posts related to the quilt. As I mentioned before, this was my first time using the QAYG method. I did a quick (meaning I remember reading about…

quilting with walking foot - Google Search

Melody Crust talks on her blog about the importance of selecting the right quilting pattern to make the most impact on your quilt top. Calling straight line quilting elegant, click HERE to learn mo…

Rulerwork Quilting Idea Book

Hey everyone! My name is Amanda Murphy, and I'm an author with C&T Publishing, a BERNINA Quilting and Longarm Spokesperson, and a teacher. I also design fabric for Contempo of Benartex, embroidery patterns and quilting collections for OESD. Some of you may know me from one of my previous books, like Modern Holiday or the Free-Motion Quilting Idea Book. C&T invited me back here to tell you about my brand-new book shipping this month—the Rulerwork Quilting Idea Book!We have had such fantastic…

Our top five border design tutorials - APQS

While the designs in the center of your quilt often take center stage, your quilt borders deserve some love, too! Here are five of our most popular border design tutorials for you to try.

Quilts are meant to be used.  Not everyone feels this way.  Some think they are too special to be used for every day use.  Maybe these are the same people that have a hutch full of beautiful china that is never used?  I’ve never understood that, my grandmother’s wedding china is my everyday dinnerware.  I’ve…

Repair a damaged quilt, including tutorials on mending rips and tears, and fixing holes and frayed seams caused by frequent washing, pets and other damage.

Step-by-Step Texture Quilting - C&T Publishing

Christina Cameli’s newest book, Step-by-Step Texture Quilting, takes you on an adventure in texture as she shows you how to create a wide variety of free-motion and walking-foot designs.She notes: “Quilted textures have a way of drawing you in and making you want to touch the quilt. They bring out the best in the piecing. The play of shadow and light delights even nonquilters, grabbing their attention and inspiring appreciation for the skill involved.”Not sure which design to try first?…

Use these ten simple walking foot designs to quilt your next quilt. These ideas are perfect for baby quilts, but work great for quilts of all sizes. These simple quilting designs are nice to use if you're a beginner quilter or if you want a quick and easy quilting design to finish a quilt!

Use these ten simple walking foot designs to quilt your next quilt. These ideas are perfect for baby quilts, but work great for quilts of all sizes. These simple quilting designs are nice to use if you're a beginner quilter or if you want a quick and easy quilting design to finish a quilt!