I am participating in the Back to School Blog Hop hosted by Sam Hunter of Hunter’s Design Studio. The lineup of quilters (32 of them!) is really fantastic, and the topics cover a huge range of material. Enjoy! We’ve all had this happen. The top is prepped, it’s sandwiched, the quilting has been started… and […]
Back to School: Guaranteed accurate 1/4″ seams between machines!
I’ve had quite a few opportunities to sew on a variety of machines this summer, whether teaching or traveling, and I got to thinking about quilting accuracy. The usual rule of thumb* is that once you start sewing a project on one machine–especially a project you really *really* care about–then you need to stick with that […]
Quilting Technique of the Week: When fabric bleeds
As my mom would say: “Oh honey, it was so sad.” I was on my way to teach a quilting class at my LQS last week, and had a big plastic bin of things to share with me. It’s been a long, gross winter, and that day it was raining and foggy. All the parking […]