Viewing entries posted in October 2021

Fussy Cutting: what is it & how to do it

Posted by on 18 October 2021 | 0 Comments

Fussy cutting is a term we use in quilting when we cut one particular area of the fabric to highlight it rather than cutting a piece at random. We often do this in block centers or cornerstones in borders. An example of this is shown in the photo below. Learn how to fussy cut by reading our full lesson on our website... How to fussy cut

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Does your mind wander when you are sewing seams?

Posted by on 11 October 2021 | 0 Comments

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Does your mind wander when you are sewing seams? Anita is often thinking ahead about what she needs to do next but when her mind wanders, so do her seams. Check out her tip to prevent this on our latest blog post. When my mind wanders so do my seams

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Eyeing Up a Pattern

Posted by on 4 October 2021 | 0 Comments

I've been eyeing up this pattern for quite some time wishing I had some spare time to make up a block or two, just to see how it looked. Well, I finally did just that and so much fun was had. I've added some tips for fabric placing and accurate stitching.

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