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Sewing Raw Edge Appliqué Using Iron Fusible Thread (FREE Pattern Included!)

Sewing Raw Edge Appliqué Using Iron Fusible Thread (FREE Pattern Included!)
Raw edge appliqué is a simple, fast, and easy way to appliqué your pieces together because it doesn’t require any extra steps. The most common way to sew raw edge appliqué is to use fusible stabilizer, however this can leave your appliqué looking and feeling stiff Continue reading

How to Do Big Stitch Hand Quilting

How to Do Big Stitch Hand Quilting
Big stitch hand quilting uses a simple running stitch and a heavier thread such as 12wt thread. This is the perfect technique to add a personal touch to quilts, and those slight imperfections from doing hand stitching only adds to the home-made charm. This is a gorgeous way to give your quilted projects a textured, hand-made look. Continue reading

Comparing 100wt vs 40wt vs 12wt for Quilting

Comparing 100wt vs 40wt vs 12wt for Quilting
Did you know you can really change the look of your quilting simply by your choice of thread? We’ll compare the weight of three different thicknesses of thread when used for quilting so you can see how dramatic the difference is! This is a great way to achieve a new look in your quilted projects. Continue reading