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Creative Quilt Backs
Creative Quilt Backs
Elizabeth Hartman
Make the back of your quilt as pretty and interesting as the front with easy ideas from this free mini-class by renowned quilter Elizabeth Hartman.
Curiously Similar
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Create seven quilts with modern fabrics and stylish compositions using techniques such as improvisational piecing, paper piecing and raw edge appliqué.
Elizabeth Hartman
Elizabeth Hartman
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Experience the graphic aesthetic of modern quilting in this series of talks from QuiltCon 2013, the inaugural event presented by the Modern Quilt Guild.
Modern Quilt Guild
Modern Quilt Guild
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Piece the cutest, trendiest animal quilts around! Create modern bear and deer blocks with included patterns and guidance from designer Elizabeth Hartman.
Elizabeth Hartman
Elizabeth Hartman

Join the discussion! While your instructor may choose to chime in, this space is intended as a maker-to-maker forum.

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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.
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Stack and Whack
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Besides being really fun to say, the “stack and whack” is a great trick for cutting quilting fabric quickly.
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