Stitch art quilt

Stitch

Sometimes I just want to sew something simple and fun for no reason. Not something useful, not because I need clothes to wear, not even because I’m making a gift. I just want to enjoy the process of sewing and playing with fabric, color and textures. Usually when I feel this way, I make a […]

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modern quilt block

Modern Quilts

Modern quilts have a unique look when compared with more traditional styles. They have clean lines and simple motifs. Both the piecing and the quilting are simple but have high impact. This post is going to feature one block that fits the description of modern quilting. This is my practice block for a larger quilt […]

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first project

What to Sew

Are you new to sewing? Always wanted to learn but didn’t know where to start? I have a few tips to point you in the right direction to help you decide what to sew. Plus there’s two simple little projects that are easy for even the newest newbie! Start Small When learning to sew, don’t […]

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bi-level-foot-hook-and-loop-tape

Bi-Level Presser Foot

This foot is a favorite of mine, even though I don’t use it frequently. The reason I like it so much is that when I need it, there’s nothing else that will work. Called a bi-level or “uneven” foot,  the shape of the sole makes it useful in situations where the foot needs to ride […]

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Diamond Quilted Trivet

Diamond Quilted Trivet

Here’s a quick project that lets you protect your table from hot dishes. This easy-to-sew Diamond Quilted Trivet is fat quarter-friendly. You can make it with just one fat quarter and a short list of additional supplies. Finished size: 9” x 16” (from point to point)   Materials for Making the Diamond Quilted Trivet Two […]

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