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I only purchased my Brother machine a few months ago. I planned to use it for sewing only. Well, one day I suddenly became very interested in quilting.
What do you like about it? Large throat. Not long-arm-large but adequate. What don't you like? About EVERYTHING else. How was the service?
An Autumn Leaf Quilt Block is much easier to make than it looks. Simple connector corners and dash of paper piecing for perfect angles. Voila! You're done!
If you are thinking about buying a new Babylock Sewing Machine you may want to read this and think twice before you make your decision. I purchased a
You spoke. I heard. Learn how to print the free quilt block patterns on the Generations Quilt Patterns website and customize them to your needs. Easy. Fast. And free.
Rise and Shine! There's triangles to make.
Both paper piecing and traditional piecing techniques are provided—choose whichever suits you best.
Beginner-friendly instructions with lots of photos. Download your cutting chart and stitch one up today!
Our Morning Star quilt block tutorial continues with traditional piecing methods for those quilters who prefer not to paper piece.
Learn how to make a Brave World quilt block. It's a common unit in many patchwork designs.
Choose your favorite technique: traditional or paper piecing. Both are shared.
Beginner-friendly instructions in four sizes: 4", 5", 6" and 8" finished. Downloadable cutting chart and coloring page included.
Disappointed by the new Pfaff machines. I purchased a new Pfaff 7570 back in 1996. I didn't really use the embroidery and the instruction booklets
Make a Harmony Square quilt block using either traditional or paper piecing methods. Both sets of instructions are offered here.
Fully-illustrated, beginner-friendly instructions.
Download your cutting chart and block design and start your's today.
A fabric cutting machine can be a big investment. Learn about the different AccuQuilt models. Make the best decision for YOU and your pocketbook!
I LOVE this machine! I also have a 720, bigger, bigger bobbin, large 10-inch sewing space, but the 440 is my fave. The variety of decorative stitches
The California Oak Leaf quilt block will have you California Dreamin' in no time. Simple strip sets and cut squares make this a quick one.
Beginner-friendly instructions. Downloadable cutting chart.
The Baton Rouge quilt block is a breeze to stitch up with half square triangles sewn 8-at-a-time. Add a pinch of strip piecing.
The patchwork is finished before you know it.
Beginner friendly instructions in three sizes. Downloadable cutting chart, block design and coloring page included.
A Georgia Quilt block is a peach of a block to make, just cut squares and a handful of half square triangles. Beginner-friendly, fully-illustrated instructions in three sizes.
Download your copy of the cutting chart, block design and coloring page today.