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A Quick Quilt Label Method

A non-quilter here at work recently asked me about making quilt labels, and I showed her the basics.                 She was so excited about the simplicity of it all,  and I realized that … Continue reading

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Easiest ever bias binding

I bound a wavy-edged quilt last week and so it needed a bias binding. I used a tool/ruler that makes  it so easy!  It’s called The Bias Tool and it’s available from The Quilter’s Mercantile. Their photo shows how it fits … Continue reading

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Freeform Fun

I finished sewing a Quiltmaker project recently (from gorgeous Red Rooster fabrics) and had a bunch of patches left over. I decided to play around and see what happened. The most obvious thing was to sew the rectangular patches together. … Continue reading

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Easy, ongoing sewing!

I’m stuck, but in a good way. I can’t stop making these lovely little blocks I call Windmills. I started piecing them as “leaders and enders.” I first heard about leaders and enders through Bonnie Hunter at quiltville.com—it’s done while … Continue reading

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