Posts Tagged "Quilting: Patchwork & Applique"

Quilt CPR: 3 Tips for How to Repair A Quilt

Posted by on Nov 25, 2014 in Quilting | Comments

Do you have a quilt that is stained, ripped or worn out? Learn three ways to repair a quilt and make it live longer.

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Cut to the Chase! How to Die Cut Fabric

Posted by on Oct 27, 2014 in Quilting | Comments

Die cutting fabric allows you to cut your fabric to size perfectly. Rulers and rotary cutters can slip, and can be hard for even experienced quilters to line up perfectly. Because the blades of a die are stationary, they ensure that your cuts are exactly the right size every time! Here you'll see how easy it is to die cut fabric.

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Frame Your Fabric Using Fussy Cutting in Appliqué

Posted by on Oct 26, 2014 in Embroidery, Quilting |

Make your fabric the focal point of your next piece! Learn how to incorporate fussy cutting into your hand and machine appliqué to create designs that are as artistic as they are structural.

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Appealing Appliqué: Feature Your Fabric With Fussy Cut Templates

Posted by on Oct 16, 2014 in Embroidery, Quilting | Comments

Fussy cut your fabric to make it work wonders with machine embroidery appliqué designs. Learn how easy it is to do by creating and using a template!

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Shabby Chic Quilting: What Is Low-Volume Fabric?

Posted by on Sep 29, 2014 in Quilting | Comments

Looking for a way to create a "shabby chic" quilt? Low-volume quilt fabrics are a great way to get that look. These tips for choosing and working with low-volume fabrics will have you stitching in no time!

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