Quilt
  • Meet expert quilter Amanda Jean Nyberg and preview the techniques you'll learn to create a unique, fresh row quilt! Amanda starts by sharing her trusty fabric selection tips. Then learn to make your first blocks as Amanda shows you how to piece together both a framed and plain nine-patch block.
  • Dive into your first project, a colorful runner that can be used for any occasion. Gudrun shows you how to prepare the batting before assembling the runner from the center out. Finish your project by adding a neat, simple binding using Gudrun's foolproof tips.
  • How do you knock out a layer-cake in no time at all? You make your half-square triangles eight at a time. (Yeah, you heard us right.) Angela's here to show you, so you can "rock out with your block out."
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  • Christa discusses the information that's included in quilting patterns. Find out how to work with them as you piece your tops. Plus, get Christa's tips for choosing projects successfully.
  • When it comes to quilting, prints are prints, right? Yes and no. You certainly don't need any fancy knowledge to know what strikes your fancy — and that's a great way to choose fabric. But it can be helpful (especially for quilting newbies) to know a little about the different types of prints out there, what they're called, and the best ways to put them to work in your designs.
    Lindsay Conner
  • Quilting newbie? Take it easy on yourself and start with precut fabric. These convenient packs are pretty standard everywhere you look, and come in 5-inch squares (called charm packs), 10-inch squares (called layer cakes) and 2.5-inch strips (usually called jelly rolls).
    Alyce Blyth
  • Sometimes the thought of measuring and cutting fabric is totally unappealing, and other times you just want to play around with all of the variations in a given fabric collection — without dropping a ton of cash on yardage. Precuts give you the chance to do just that!
    Sherri McConnell
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  • While stitch in the ditch will never let you down, it's not the only move your walking foot can make. Whether you want totally straight or gently curved lines, these designs add visual bang to your quilt that'll get everyone talking about your mad skills.
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  • Ah, one of the great quilting debates: To pre-wash or not to pre-wash your fabric. Some people swear by it, while others think it's not worth the extra time. The good news is you can't really go too wrong either way. The bad news, though, is you're going to have to weigh the pros and cons below and come to your own conclusion. We're not taking sides here!
    Angela Mitchell
  • Modern life can feel like an endless string of open browser tabs: Some days you’re deep in the productivity zone, finishing one project before moving on to the next. Other days, there are living things to keep alive, texts to return, bills to pay, and the creative muse feels utterly M.I.A.
    Brooke Kosofsky Glassberg
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    If you find yourself struggling to sew a straight line, you're definitely not alone. Sometimes sewing basics are the toughest to master. But you can get on the straight and narrow faster — or, if you're already a pro, pick up a new trick or two — with these tips from master sewer Christine Haynes.
    Christine Haynes
  • Quilting involves a lot of pressing, from the fabric to the seams to the patchwork of pieces. If you make a mistake during one of these stages, the entire project can go south in a hurry.
    Diane Knott
  • Congrats! You've just quilted a quilt. You're probably already dreaming about your next one. Only thing is, you still need to bind that beauty!
    Christa Watson
  • Sometimes the thought of measuring and cutting fabric is totally unappealing, and other times you just want to play around with all of the variations in a given fabric collection — without dropping a ton of cash on yardage. Precuts give you the chance to do just that!
    Sherri McConnell
  • Choosing the right type of binding to finish a quilt or other sewing project can literally put you in a bind. Should you go with straight or bias cut? Single- or double-folded? Pre-cut or DIY? And then there are all the different combos of the above!
    Sherri Sylvester
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