Quilt Specific. Quilted Dimensions. Material Girl Quilts. Edge to Edge Quilting with Embroidery Machine. How to quilt using your embroidery machine. How to Quilt in the Hoop with Your Embroidery Machine for a Fast QAYG. Sharon Schamber: Embroidered Bindings. Plum Good Quilting. 75+ Amazing Machine Quilting Things You Need to See. Quilt all your projects in sophisticated style with these essential machine-quilting posts!
We’ve gathered more than 75 of our best tutorials, classes and more to help you easily embellish your quilts with gorgeous designs, no matter your level of experience. Dive in, and prepare to be delighted! Machine quilting basics If you’re interested in machine quilting but don’t have a lot of experience, these posts are the perfect place to start! From can’t-miss classes to essential tutorials on using your walking foot, stitching straight lines and more, you’ll find everything you need to succeed at quilting. Baltimore Christmas Album Quilt – Sewgrateful Quilts. My friend Ann makes beautiful appliqué quilts.
Although she is also a talented hand quilter, she asked me to quilt her Baltimore Christmas Album quilt for her. As I worked on each block I was so impressed by the precision with which she sews all those tiny pieces. Beyond Sock Monkeys ~ My Quilting Adventures. I realized I did not sew and show the block the way I originally intended when I wrote this tutorial!
So I updated it with some new pictures and text. A couple of years ago I became fascinated with the Disappearing Nine Patch quilt block and decided to experiment with it. I loved how you could take one block, sub-cut it, and sew it back up to make a different block. So I took that concept and went a little farther resulting in this block OR this block (depending on how you sew sub-cut triangles together): Michele Bilyeu Creates *With Heart and Hands*: Disappearing 4,9,16 And Other Patch and Twist/Turn Variations! As January mysteriously became February, now February is ready to spring into March!
Where do they all go?? It's just like quilts, quilting blocks, quilting tools that you just set down for one minute!!! In honor of this amazing disappearing magic act, I have updated my D4P, D9P, D16P, and all Disappearing Quilt Blocks and their Twist Turn Variations! The wonderful "Disappearing Nine Patch"seems to a technique in continual process of new and more involved variations. Simply put, a nine patch block is created and then sliced apart in a myriad of different cuts or with different color arrangements so it literally disappears and is replaced by four smaller units.The history and the progression into the myriad of new variations is quite interesting! What To Quilt On Your Quilt. The BOOKKEEPER. This is my FIRST project for Moda Bake Shop and I’m really excited to share it with you.
One of my favorite things to do besides QUILTING and CRAFTING is READING! So, for Mother’s Day this year my DH bought me an Amazon Kindle. I was sooo excited to get it early and I’ve already read three books and I’m in the middle of two more books. I just love this new technological wonder. It’s amazing. The BOOKKEEPER can also hold any paperback book that measures less than 9 ” x 6″ and isn’t too thick. The BOOKKEEPER could also be used as a handy little purse or sewing pouch. 501 quilting design motifs + 8 ways to mark a quilt (+ giveaway!) - Stitch This! The Martingale Blog. If you quilt by hand or machine—or if you’re one of many quilters who is ready to try her hand (or machine) at quilting your own quilts—you simply must get to know our #1 bestselling book on the art of quilting.
Why now? Because it’s finally available in paperback for a new low price! Whether you’re looking for hand-quilting designs or machine-quilting designs, 501 Quilting Motifs is one of those books that will inspire you for as long as you quilt. The collection comes from the editors of Quiltmaker and features more than 26 years of designs from the magazine. Got specific-sized blocks that need quilting? Now, the idea of getting motifs from paper to fabric can be a mystery to quilters who haven’t done their own quilting before. Feel free to print the chart above and use it for your personal reference. The book features lots more handy tips about the process of quilting a quilt, but let’s face it: 501 Quilting Motifs is all about the FIVE-HUNDRED-AND-ONE MOTIFS you can play with! Quilt Swirls 2 - Free Instant Machine Embroidery Designs. Free Quilting Patterns, Quilt Blocks, Quilting Photos. FREE Library of Quilt Block Patterns from McCall's Quilting.
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Happy Quilting: Super Scrappy Single Irish Chain - A Finish and Tutorial. Hello All!!!
I am so super excited to get to share with you my newest finish!!! I have been working on this project for quite some time and I am just thrilled to have it finished. At Sea - Strip Pattern by Cozy Quilt Designs. Always Great, Always Free Quilting Tutorials. Happy Quilting: Quilt Tutorials. UK patchwork, quilting & textile art - Justhands-on.tv. LuAnn Kessi: Feathers.....Tight and Loose. I am trying to change up the way I stitch out feather designs...
The plumes on my feathers fit tightly together... The plumes are stacked tightly against one another... The plumes fill up all available space... I love this look. The image below shows feathers on the same curvy vine that have been drawn out differently: The feather on the left has very tight fitting plumes. The feather on the right has open areas with loose plumes. I am making a concentrated effort to create feathers that have a looser appearance... (these images are drawn in pencil, I hope you can see them) The plumes have space between them... This gives the feather a more playful attitude... This style of feather has a bit of whimsy to it... This is a playful feather... Not so serious as tight feathers above... It is difficult for me to leave so much open space. My process is to fill ALL available space... However, after an afternoon of drawing loose feathers, Dottie pinwheel block with one-seam flying geese! - The Crafty Quilter.
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My name is Julie, and I am so excited to be participating in the Dots on Dots Blog Hop. If this is your first time here, you’ll find some great tutorials, a few good recipes and a tip or two to help your quilting and crafting go a little smoother. Sweet P Quilting and Creations: A Tutorial by Delores! You are in for a treat this morning…Delores brought some 9” scraps to Quilting last Monday and gave us a little tutorial…and lucky you..YOU get to follow along too!! Delores is going to show us how to turn some leftover scraps into something useful and pretty…something that would make an awesome and pretty gift! So pour yourself another coffee and pull up a chair… We are going to be making this…it’s a HOT PAD for the table! Isn’t it pretty…You can make it as big as you want but for this lesson they are going to turn out this size…approximately 9”.
This is what you start with: TWO pieces of fabric (9” each) and a piece of thermal batting (also 9”)…You place your three pieces in this order…the bottom fabric is face down, then the thermal batting (shiny side down), then the top piece right side on top facing you. This is what thermal batting looks like…see the silver shiny side… Next take 4 pieces of fabric…all 9”…( you want them to coordinate with the other two pieces). Loose Threads: From Squares To An On Point Quilt. This is my latest project. I turned the rectangle of squares on the left into the little quilt on the right with just two cuts.
On one of the quilting boards that I read, there was a post from someone who said that to turn a quilt on point, they simply just turned it and trimmed away the excess. Happy Quilting: Super Scrappy Single Irish Chain - A Finish and Tutorial. FREE Library of Quilt Block Patterns from McCall's Quilting. Anyone Can Quilt: Machine Quilting Tutorial. Well howdy-do. Today is a quilting day! I know there are many of you out there who are on the edge about learning to machine quilt. One Piece at a Time: June 2012. This blog post today is my…gasp…750th blog post. Whenever I think of that number I have this sense of almost total disbelief come over me.
Seriously, I cannot believe I have actually had that much to say. The other somewhat staggering number is that, as of this writing, I have had 1,592,929 page views…as in over 1 ½ million…double gasp! That means that you, my friends, actually read all that and for that I am completely GRATEFUL. So, for today, I thought I would have a little free project for everyone as a thank you.
Here’s how I made it: Center appliqué design on 6” square and appliqué in place. Fold remaining 6” squares in half, wrong sides together. Place folded squares on wrong side of appliquéd 6” square with folds in the center. Stitch binding strip to front of pillow. Stuff with scraps of batting. Slip stitch along the folded edges of the backing squares to close.
Kisses from Heaven Round Applique Quilt Pattern. Quilt pattern, Fusible raw edge applique quilt pattern, raw edge applique pattern. The Free Motion Quilting Project: New Machine: Janome Horizon 15000. Kathy K. Wylie Quilts – Machine Quilting Practice #10: Zendoodles. Simple Spring Table Runner or Place Mats.