Free-Motion Quilting
When your craft of choice is quilting, Angela Walters needs no introduction. As the host of the ever-popular Midnight Quilt Show and creator of Quilting Is My Therapy, she's traveled the country teaching fellow makers everything from designing with rulers to machine quilting borders, and she inspires thousands with her gorgeous designs.
Get an inside look at the world of Angela Walters: mother, quilter and the beloved host of “The Midnight Quilt Show.” This season, Angela’s living the dream at home and on the road as she travels Down Under to Perth, Australia and then Houston, Texas. Get ready for a brand new stash of quilting adventures!
Angela Walters
Angela Walters
When you're free-motion quilting, there are a handful of snafus you can run into. But don't let frustration get the best of you! With these easy fixes, you'll be able to solve so many problems and be on your merrily quilting way.
Christa Watson
Longarm rulers are a quilter's BFF, but as you may have guessed from the name, they're traditionally used by those who sew on longarm machines. These acrylic rulers are usually thicker than rotary cutting rulers, and they're designed for ruler work — a technique where you guide the foot along the edge of the ruler to produce a perfectly straight line, curved angle or circular shape.
Leah Day
Say buh-bye to that pile of unfinished quilt tops in your craft room. Quilting pro Christina Cameli is here with a bunch of different ways to quilt your almost-finished projects, so you can get those beauties wrapped up and off to their lucky recipients!
Bluprint
Get started with a simple modern pillow. Meghan helps you choose and cut your fabrics so you're ready to sew.
Refresh your decor with two modern patchwork projects that you can finish in a weekend! Designer Meghan Buchanan shows you how to make a matching pillow and quilt top with only straight line sewing. Plus, get tips for choosing colors, assembly line sewing, and managing large projects in your machine.
Meghan Buchanan
Meghan Buchanan
Sew up the Bright Side blocks to start your pillow. You'll use the same concepts again later to make a full quilt. Meghan shows you how to easily piece and press the blocks for best results, before adding border strips to complete the pillow front.
Learn a simple way to mark and quilt a crosshatch design on the pillow front. After that, prepare the back pieces and sew them together to create an envelope-style pillow cover that's beautiful (and removable!).
Sew up the simple blocks and striped Bright Side blocks. Meghan demonstrates how to press them to ensure the small strips lie flat for quilting.
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