Longarm - Quilting
Get the look of longarm on your home machine. Ruler Foot floats just above the quilt sandwich and traces design inside each template. No hopping mechanism (as in a longarm machine) to get in the way of your hands or impede your vision. Ruler Foot and Template Set - Nancy's Notions - Ruler Foot Quilting
Hello all, Today i am going to continue my investigation into the Provençal Costume by talking about something which may be surprising in such a warm climate, namely, quilted clothing. Quilted clothing is extremely widespread, as far as China, being a practical way to produce warm clothing. There are three garments worn as part of this costume which are sometimes quilted, the corset or bodice, the petticoat, and the skirt. Obviously these are more commonly worn in winter, but the skirt…
Nope, not a typo (although, I sometimes do get bored while basting, not my favorite part of quilting). I'm constantly looking for new ways to baste a quilt, that doesn't not include getting down on the floor. My knees just can't take it. This technique also allowed me to do this on my dining room table. I have seen this method to baste a quilt on several blogs and I just had to try it. I think it originally was Sharon Schamber's technique, but she hand bastes her quilts. I quilt way to dense…
De-clutter and get organized to boost your efficiency in your home or at work. These awesome DIY ideas are incredibly cost-efficient as well. Most of the ideas take less time than you think to get yourself organized and into a clutter-free space. 1. Stack Mason Jars Hot glue together five ball mason jars as shown. Once dry tip on their side and use for spacious little cubbies for pens, pencils, staples, and other small items. 2. Binder Clips To De-Tangle Cords Clip binder clips to the side…
How do you properly use rulers when you quilt?
Ruler work is a quick way to make a quilt spectacular but it can be intimidating. The most important thing to remember is safety. The last thing you want is to hear the heart sickening sound of the hopping foot crunching on Plexiglas while using your APQS longarm quilting machine. Read the rest of our tips.... xxx
Curved Lines using a Walking Foot - Quilting
It is possible to create beautiful gentle curved lines using your walking foot. Here's how. - Curved Lines using a Walking Foot - Quilting at BellaOnline
Tutorials: Getting started - Thread Sketching in Action
Tutorials: Getting started – For beginners Browse these useful guides for taking your first steps in thread sketching.
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straight line quilting patterns
Let me start with a confession: I'm afraid of free motion quilting and I feel lost without my walking foot! The sheer thought of having to guide the fabric sandwich all.by.myself ruins the experience and result of free motion quilting for me. The few times I dipped my toes into it, I quickly found myself…
Triangle Texture Border
It’s Tuesday! Time for another tip. Sorry I was MIA last week…. Today I am going to show you how I stitched out this border on one of my quilts! I love texture! And th…
Home - Quilting Is My Therapy
Sometimes all you wanna do is look at the quilting eye candy. It that’s the case for you, then this page is for you. With nothing but pictures, you can see several different kinds of quilting designs to really get you inspired. Happy Quilting!