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Does a Split Rects Ruler really make constructing half rectangle units easy?
Read our review to see what it is, how it works and compares to other rulers.
Find out if it's for you.
Our beginner quilt block patterns are the key to almost every pieced block.
Learn multiple methods to make them with our tutorials and patterns.
Multi-size cutting charts. Free paper piecing patterns and templates to download when used.
Piece for success today!
The Variable Star is quick to make with just quarter square triangles and cut squares.
Beginner-friendly, fully-illustrated instructions in four sizes.
Free downloadable cutting chart in four sizes and a coloring page to plan your block. Time to cut up and sew!
There are many Flying Geese rulers available to quilters. The Wing Clipper ruler is just one option to make the most basic of units in quilting.
See how to use it, learn a simple trick to reduce bulk at the point and read who should...and who shouldn't...buy this tool.
I found this quilt top at an antique store on our trip back to my husband's home state of West Virginia. It was on 1/2 price and I could not pass it up.
The Generations Quilt Guilds Directory: Find a quilting guild close to home. List your guild or club in our free, online database.
A directory of quilt stores by state, city and country. With so many listings, you're sure to find a nearby shop. Or add your favorite to the list.
Newsprint. Vellum. Freezer paper. Water soluble stabilizer. Non-woven something-or-others.
Are they really all that different?
Learn what to look for in a good paper piecing paper. See how 6 different products compare to each other.
Which will work best for you?
Our Sukkot (Feast of Tabernacles) celebration included a fun quilting project this year. We wanted each person to design their own square showing what
Sometimes quilt projects can be overwhelming to even the most experienced quilters and it can be a real boost when another quilter comes along to lend