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You'll find inspiration and information here!

You will find helpful tips & bits of information for you to use not only in quilting but all things creative!
 
MAKE A PILLOW CASE!!!  
Thank you to Meredith Corporations 1 Million Pillow Case Challenge for the pattern we used when making this tutorial video!  

 

Watch our Finishing your Quilt Segment!  

Filled with tips and ideas you will find lots of gems to help and give you more ideas!!!!

Different ideas on how to finish your quilts from binding, to longarm, to batting.....we touch on a LOT of subjects during this time!

Quilt Binding 101

Heidi walked us thru different ideas to bind a quilt in this video!  Using RicRak to prairie points to no show binding - this video will not only give you ideas but help you apply some basic techniques!

 .  Learn more here!

Learn to Miter Corners Like a Pro!


Click HERE to follow step-by-step instructions for mitering corners of a quilt. 

Straighten Your Panels

When you purchase a panel, they sometimes need to be straightened before working with them. 

Click HERE to see how to do this. 

Find a variety of panels to purchase HERE.
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Fast & Fun Baby Gift Ideas

Every grandparent wants to sit and read to their newest family arrival. So these fabric story books are a perfect quick and easy gift to stitch up. 

Ideas for how to use these book panels in several of our free quilt patterns.
Make a Receiving Blanket
Have fun with our FREE pattern and how-to instructions.

A receiving blanket is a wonderful gift for a new baby. It is lightweight and small enough to be easily transported in a car seat or diaper bag.

Make a T-Shirt Quilt

Looking for information on how to make a t-shirt quilt? We've compiled information about our t-shirt class and more HERE!

How to Piece with Diagonal Seams

Heidi walks through the making of this quilt in a series of videos. Then shows you step-by-step how to piece strips of fabric together with diagonal seams HERE.








 
 
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