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Two words: binding fabric. What?! YES! It’s new, so you haven’t heard of this before, but it’s so so fun and I just know you're going to love it. Folding it over and seeing the mirrored details on both sides is incredibly gratifying.
The Flying Geese quilt block is simple, versatile, and relatively quick to make. You can make them one at a time using small pieces of fabric, or even 4-at-a-time to speed up the process.
Flying Geese can stand alone as a single block, stacked on top of each other to give the appearance of geese flying in the sky, or can be used to make many other famous quilt blocks — the Sawtooth Star being one of them.
In the latest post of our 5 minute guide series, you'll learn everything you need to know about quilt marking tools! With so many options, where should you start? What works and what doesn't? How do you use all these notions lining the walls of your local craft store?
In this quick and concise 5 minute guide, you'll learn all about quilting rulers. We're covering our favorite rulers, the best tools for safety and accuracy, supplies for adding guidelines to rulers, and ruler organization. Does that seem like a lot to learn in just 5 minutes?
We're back with Week 2 of the Fireside quilt sew along! This week we let out our inner tiger and do lots of ripping and roaring. Are you ready to get wild??
If you're finding this sew along for the first time, be sure to check out our first introductory post and the Week 1 post in the Fireside sew along tab so you know all about the great prizes and schedule for each week.
As a quilter with fibromyalgia, I take care to keep repetitive tasks from causing me pain—so I’m a proponent of good sewing ergonomics. Anyone can learn to stay healthy and keep pain low in the sewing room!
Ergonomics is the study of people in relation to their working environments with the goal of boosting wellness and efficiency.