Small Machine Strategies
Quilters, do you usually do your quilting on a small machine, a midarm or a longarm? If you said a small machine, you are not alone! Many, many quilters regularly quilt large quilts (queen, king and larger!) on a domestic machine.
Lindsay Conner
Quilt-as-you-go and strip piecing go together like bread and butter. Once you learn these two quilting skills, it's easy to combine them into all kinds of projects, including this strip-pieced pillow project!
Lindsay Conner
Easily manage any size quilt by machine quilting in sections.
Marti  Michell
Marti Michell
Quilting bed-sized projects on your home machine doesn't have to be a king-sized chore! Learn foolproof methods for conquering this common challenge.
Ann Petersen
Ann Petersen
The quilt-as-you-go method is a quilting technique that is exactly what it sounds like — you quilt as you go along. So, as you are piecing your fabric together, you are also quilting the quilt. It is a great technique to use on table runners, pot holders and other small projects that you would like to make quickly. It works best with piecing that is done by adding one strip to the next.
Carolina Moore
Learn five machine-quilting methods while tackling a common challenge: how to quilt large projects on your home sewing machine!
Ann Petersen
Ann Petersen
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