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Speed Cutting for Quilts

Speed Cutting for Quilts

Posted by Joyce Dean Gieszler on Nov 21st 2016

When I was young, my mother worked for Pendleton Woolen Mills sewing the plackets on shirt sleeves. The shirts were sewn production style, with each seamstress making one section and passing it … read more
How to Use Wash-Away Stitch Stabilizer

How to Use Wash-Away Stitch Stabilizer

Posted by Deirdre Quirk on Oct 27th 2016

So we have this amazing product in our shop that our publisher, Amy Marson, cannot stop talking about: Wash-Away Stitch Stabilizer. Amy swears by the Wash-Away Stitch Stabilizer for all of … read more
How to Bead: Captured Beads

How to Bead: Captured Beads

Posted by Mary Stori on Jul 25th 2016

Seed beads secure a larger bead in this decorative stitch, perfect for edging or binding. Use it on quilts, ribbon, trim, napkins, pillows, bed linens, or even curtains! 1. Come up at A on fol … read more
How to Bead: Fireworks

How to Bead: Fireworks

Posted by Mary Stori on Jun 27th 2016

This design adds energy by drawing the eye around and out. 1. Use the Washer/Nut Method to attach a large and a small seed bead. 2. On wrong side, travel about 1/4" away, come up at B, at … read more
How to Bead: Branched Fringe

How to Bead: Branched Fringe

Posted by Mary Stori on Jun 15th 2016

Today Mary Stori, author of the All-in-One Beading Buddy, shares the branched fringe stitch, perfect to use within the body of a quilt or garment and along the edges or bindings.&nbs … read more