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My name is Magda. I am from South Africa. I am absolutely passionate about quilting...It keeps me busy and the reward, once the last thread is cut on a
I was so excited about this machine, but that changed quickly. First, I’ve been using Pfaff machines for 28 years. I own 4 of them. When I saw the
Hi, I love the Bowtie pattern because I remember my Grandmother making it a lot when I was just a kid. And I wanted to leave some for my kids and grandkids.
Trying to find a good home for these quilt tops found in a friend's attic. Hand pieced. Know where we can donate that they will get some TLC? firstname.lastname@example.org
This is my first full size quilt and the Generations instructions and paper piecing templates were perfect for a beginner.
Very disappointed for the price range. I converted from Janome but I'm headed right back to Janome! I realize they don't make them like they used to but
An Eva's Garden quilt block is a grab bag of basic building blocks. Looks complicated! But with paperpiecing, it's a breeze! Download the free pattern here.
My Freesia is 18 years old. It has never been serviced but,I keep it clean and, I oil it as needed. It sews like a dream. Because it is older, I bought
Make a Crown and Thorns quilt block with quick pieced half square triangles. No special tools needed. Beginner Friendly. Fast, fun and accurate!
How would you credit the designer of a quilt block if you didn't know who stitched it first? Join the conversation and share your thoughts.