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What pure fun making this quilt was! You forget how fast baby quilts are to make until you realize that it's binding time and the quilt is almost finished and it seemed to just fly out of the sewi...

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Amy Ellis offers an abundance of information and knowledge for finishing quilts on a home sewing machine! Learn about ideal tools for quilting and get tips and tricks for success in your quilting projects. Straight-line quilting and free-motion quilting will be explored, with lots of options for all your quilt tops. Plus, a free quilting motif book with class registration!

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Step by step guide on how to make a simple quilt from start to finish, even if you have only just begun to sew and are a complete beginner. If you can sew in even a roughly straight line I promise you cam make this quilt!

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Amy Ellis offers an abundance of information and knowledge for finishing quilts on a home sewing machine! Learn about ideal tools for quilting and get tips and tricks for success in your quilting projects. Straight-line quilting and free-motion quilting will be explored, with lots of options for all your quilt tops. Plus, a free quilting motif book with class registration!

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from The Craftsy Blog

Quilting Fundamentals: Quilt-As-You-Go Basics

The quilt-as-you-go method is a quilting technique that is exactly what it sounds like — you quilt as you go along. It is a great technique to use on table runners, pot holders and other small projects that you would like to make quickly. Read on to learn how to use the quilt-as-you-go method in your next project!

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from The Seasoned Homemaker

The Quilt-As-You-Go Method

The quilt as you go technique (QAYG) simplifies quilting for beginners because it is an easy way to join quilted pieces by machine. Instead of handling bulky quilts, you will learn to quilt your project as you piece it. Quilt-as-you-go is ideal for machine appliquéd projects and this tutorial will walk you through this easy quilting method. Try it out on a simple mug rug project and you’ll be hooked.

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from National Quilters Circle

Why You Should Use a Walking Foot for Quilting

A fun roundup of easy sewing projects and patterns for beginners. Lots of easy projects to try from clothing, to home decor, bags, stuff for kids and more.

from The Craftsy Blog

75+ Amazing Machine Quilting Things You Need to See

Prepared to be delighted! We've gathered more than 75 of our best tutorials, classes and more to help you easily learn and improve your machine quilting.