Here’s the most important tip you should know when you’re choosing thread for your free motion quilting…
These fabric necklaces are so easy, you’ll want to make one for each day of the week to suit your mood each day!
Sewing room a mess? Guest blogger Laurie Russman has a photo tutorial for a DIY pressing table and rolling cart to get your room in shape, plus keep you organized.
Stephanie Palmer shows you how to hack an old table to make a drop-in sewing table.
Kitty Wilkin from Night Quilter shares a step-by-step guide for how to keep your embroidery floss organized so that it’s super quick and easy to use.
Power cutting is a collection of clever methods of folding fabric and using a rotary cutter, developed by Debbie Caffrey.
This easy, ombre, heart quilt that’s perfect for any little girl. It doesn’t have to be Valentine’s Day to enjoy this quilt.
I have teamed up with some great friends to create a new pattern company called Quilt Theory and my 2016 pattern for Quilt Theory is called Strip It Down.
We all know that quilters love graph paper! Here are free graph paper downloads just for you to print out at home for an endless supply.
Are you ready to start practicing free motion quilting? Check out these videos to give you the support you need to succeed in quilting your own beautiful projects.