Maker's Handbook Quilting
Maker's Handbook Quilting
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Looking for a free-motion refresher, or maybe a binding how-to? Find all the tips you need to ensure your stitching is smooth for your next project and beyond.
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Discover made-to-measure pieced quilt borders, made simple!
Winnie Fleming
Winnie Fleming
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Take your machine quilting skills in new directions as Ann Petersen teaches you 17 quilting designs that will add richness to your free-motion work.
Ann Petersen
Ann Petersen
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Create vintage, traditional quilt blocks using simplified and up-to-date techniques with expert patternmaker Joanna Figueroa.
Joanna Figueroa
Joanna Figueroa

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Piecing Accuracy
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Accuracy is everything when it comes to piecing. So many angles to align and pieces to match. And there’s nothing more frustrating than cutting up your favorite fabrics and laboring over an A+ quilt block only to discover that it’s come out too small, or the pieces don’t fit together quite right, or whatever misfortune tends to befall you at this phase. Here are a few things you can do to improve accuracy and prevent the sting of a bad piece.
Amy Gibson
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If you're ready to give quilting a go, but aren't quite ready to dive into an entire quilt, it's time to meet the quilted placemat. It's the perfect project for practicing new skills, is totally manageable for newbies and, well, it's deliciously stylish.
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Suzy Williams of Suzy Quilts
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When you've been crafting for a long time, it can be pretty amazing to look back and realize how far you've come. My first quilt, made at age 15, was a strip quilt for my musician boyfriend — yes, I actually used fabric with musical notes and, yes, he still has it! But that first quilt wasn't my best work, and while I'm glad it lasted, here's what I wish that baby quilter had known to make it even more of a success.
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