Posts Tagged "Art Quilting"
Good things come in small packages! Enjoy a roundup of 10 mini quilt ideas, with tutorials and quilting inspiration. Patchwork, appliqué and creative free-motion techniques add interest to these minis. Read more
Batiks have been around for centuries. Originating in Indonesia, the earliest versions of wax resistant dying are dated back to somewhere between the 4th and 6th centuries. More detailed finding and documentations date back to the 12th century. The application of wax has changed drastically over the years. It began with hand application through different fabrics and applicators, and now machines are used to apply wax and dye fabrics in traditional batik patterns. Read more
Using a quilt design wall as you work on block construction and setting your quilt together can help tremendously with making the right decisions regarding color choices and fabric placement. Learn several easy ways to make a quilt design wall! Read more
Get involved with Worldwide Quilting Day this March 16th. Here are a few ideas to get you started! Read more
Machine quilting expert and small business owner, Angela Walters is also a Craftsy instructor, and we couldn't be more excited to have her on board! Here we talk to Angela about her business, and get her advice on quilting machines, resources, and what kinds of things to keep in mind when starting your own business that's centered around your passion. Read more