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Click the image for specs on this machine, as well as, more reviews on Amazon.com This machine is discontinued so we bought ours online. We bought it
The recent birth of a grand-niece was the perfect opportunity to make something PINK! I don't get many opportunities to make baby quilts and I've always
My youngest great-grandson fell through the cracks in my quilting room floor and had to wait a few years for his own quilt. I finally buckled down and
Our Comfort Quilt pattern collection is made up of simple to cut, simple to stitch, stash-busting patterns.
You are encouraged to share this collection with your local Guild or quilt group and print as many copies as you need.
There are so many people that could use a bit of love and compassion in their life.
Why not do what you do best to help them and bust a little stash at the same time!
Let the good times roll with the Louisiana quilt block. Simple paper piecing. Perfect points. Quick assembly. Click here for the free paperpiecing patterns.
Our Louisiana quilt block can also be made with traditional piecing methods. Here we make our Flying Geese 4-at-a-time. Then it's time to finish up and assemble our blocks. Fully illustrated, beginner-friendly instructions. Free downloadable cutting charts and coloring page.
This is an Art Quilt that I did as a challenge for a category in the Canadian National Quilt show, Quilt Canada. The rules of the category, Textile Translations,
This quilt was made from new fabric. It's my 2nd quilt so I didn't have any fabric stash to use. It's for my oldest grandson, Coty and his wife Hannah.
Although this machine model has been discontinued, it is one super fantastic machine. It does not do embroidery but then I am not into that, the Quest
I am currently making this for my daughter as a surprise for when we visit later this year. I am not sure how to quilt it - an all over design or different