We continue to make kits non-stop here for our 2017 Mystery Quilt BOM, Moroccan Mystery. We’ve made so many that we have run out of the border. See video clip here that explains where we are with the BOM kits. One day we sent out so many packages that...
Silk thread is so fine that it tends to slide right out of the eye of the needle. One solution is to actually tie the thread to the needle. The silk is so fine that that the knot does not interfere with the sewing.
What an incredibly busy week I have had! We launched our new Block of the Month for 2017. We have been overwhelmed by the response and the excitement this has generated. When planning for our Block of the Month we always think ahead as to how many kits...
Make quick work of cutting, trimming and marking 60° diamonds and triangles.
Get better appliqué results using the Apliquick tools.
To give yourself the best chance for blocks that lie flat and smooth, consider the fabric grainline when positioning your patches for cutting. Jinny gives you some tips!
Y-seams scare off many quilters. But if you can start and stop sewing on a dot, you can make a perfect set-in seam. Here’s how.
Careful marking is the secret to sewing curved patches. It ensures your patches line up and your stitching is an accurate 1/4-inch.
Piecing a Lone Star can seem like a daunting task but with strip-piecing techniques and a few tips we think you will find this much easier than expected.
Some blocks that look like they require an inset seam can actually be constructed using a much faster technique: a partial seam. Let’s see how it works.