Quilting

Selecting Fabric for Your Project

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Selecting Fabric for Your Project
Choosing the right fabrics for a quilt is one of the first steps in the quilting process. Here are some things to consider when choosing fabrics for a project:

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Quilting Terms Made Easy (or at least easier)

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Quilting Terms Made Easy (or at least easier)

Quilting has its own set of terms and terminology. As a novice quilter, it’s easy to get confused, or even overwhelmed. Here are some common quilting terms, and an explanation: Quilt: A quilt is made of three layers - a top layer of fabric, a layer of batting or wadding in the middle, and a backing fabric. These are then tied, or “quilted” together, making the one complete unit.  Block: A square or other geometric shape that is the basic unit of a quilt. Many quilts are made up of multiple “blocks” sewn together to create the artistic quilt top...

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Tips for a New Quilter

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Tips for a New Quilter
Whether you're a beginner or have some experience, here are some general tips to help you along the way:

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Crafting Comfort: The Timeless Art of Quilting

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Crafting Comfort: The Timeless Art of Quilting
In a world that often moves at a fast pace, there's comfort to be found in the art of quilting. Rooted in tradition yet always changing, quilting is more than just a craft—it's a form of creativity, expression, and the creation of cherished heirlooms.

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