Last week I shared the first part of quilting Blooming Stripes. If you want to quilt along, you can purchase the panel or the appliqué pattern and enjoy a stitch-along. Invite some friends, and have a quilty party!
Quilting Blooming Stripes or any digitally printed panel is really no different to quilting a standard quilt top, except for all the advantages of straight lines, perfect appliqué, no snagging on thick seams and no ripping of fabric – eek!
If you don’t know this yet, I love quilting with rulers. These wonders of the quilting universe are very expensive, especially imported from the USA. Quality quilting rulers are available from my online store and they don’t have to cost you your fabric budget for the month.
I often receive emails from quilters who need help with some or other quilting element. Here’s a few quilting questions that I have gotten and I give you those answers.
Fabric has a right and wrong side, so does it follow that batting also does? Read on and find out more.
Ever used bias binding? Looking for some clear instructions to make it? Here you go…
Quilting gloves are good for keeping your hands warm, for sure, but it’s even better for quilting on a domestic machine. With so many to choose from, which do you get, and is there a cheaper option?
With so many choices on the market, it can be difficult to decide which quilting rulers to buy. Over time you will collect many rulers but there are a few that will make creating quilt motifs with rulers a joy.