Posts tagged: "quilt reference"

  1. Learn to machine quilt with Pat Sloan? Yes please (+ big giveaway!)

    Posted by on October 12, 2016

    First she taught you all about appliqué; then she turned triangles into a hassle-free task. Now celebrated teacher, designer, and bubbly quilting personality Pat Sloan is back to teach you the know-how you need to become a confident machine quilter. We are so excited about pairing up with Pat to bring you an all-new resource, […]

  2. Trace – doodle – free-motion quilt! 180 doodle patterns to try (+ giveaway)

    Posted by on July 27, 2016

    Did you ever doodle as a kid? If you answered yes, here’s some good news: it’s going to come in handy now that you’re a quilter! Even if you’ve never doodled before, it’s not difficult to do. In fact, we looked up the definition of doodle. Google told us it means to “scribble absentmindedly.” Easy […]

  3. 275,000 quilters asked, “How do you bind a quilt?” Like this (+ flash sale!)

    Posted by on June 24, 2016

    We’ve blogged about Happy Endings many times since Stitch This! was launched. Why? Because it answers most any question you can come up with about quilt borders, backings, battings, and bindings. More than 275,000 quilters have given “happy endings” to their quilts using Mimi’s essential resource. Did we mention that Happy Endings is Martingale’s best-selling […]

  4. 2 quilting 🌟🌟 create the ultimate resource for machine-quilting ideas (+ giveaway!)

    Posted by on April 20, 2016

    What’s better than a groundbreaking book about machine quilting, packed with techniques and patterns from a quilting superstar? How about a groundbreaking book about machine quilting written by TWO quilting superstars? Christa Watson (left), author of the best-seller Machine Quilting with Style, and Angela Walters (right), author of multiple books on machine quilting, at QuiltCon, […]

  5. Learn how to quilt for beginners: 5 essential posts to save and share

    Posted by on April 8, 2016

    Are you a beginner? We’re all beginners in some way. Some of us have never paper pieced; others have yet to try needle-turn appliqué. How about hand piecing, embroidery, or machine quilting? There’s always something new to learn that will inspire your creativity! In today’s post we’ve collected resources for new quilters of all kinds. […]

  6. Help! How to make a quilt – for beginners and beyond (+ sale)

    Posted by on April 4, 2016

    If you’ve been a quilter for any length of time, you’ve probably heard the following from a friend, family member, coworker, or passerby upon seeing a quilt you’ve created: “I wish I knew how to make a quilt!” As quilters, we know that person can learn how to make a quilt—after all, we did it! […]

  7. Machine-quilting ergonomics: set up for comfort

    Posted by on March 4, 2016

    Machine quilting on a home sewing machine is becoming the norm for more and more quilters. With designers and teachers like Christa Watson leading the way, the process has been vetted and—aren’t we lucky—they’ve share their tried, tested, and true techniques with us! For Christa, author of Machine Quilting with Style, enjoying the process is […]

  8. Increase your appliqué aptitude: 4 fun ways (+ sale!)

    Posted by on January 18, 2016

    Do you tend to shy away from appliqué even when you spot a pattern you adore? Appliqué can be a little intimidating, especially if you’re new to the technique or unsure how to get great results. But have no fear! Today we have four fantastic eBooks on sale that show you how to appliqué by […]

  9. Favorites of 2015: machine-quilting pick of the year

    Posted by on January 1, 2016

    Happy New Year to you! There was a new sewing machine under the tree for me! My old machine didn’t excel at free-motion quilting and the walking foot was just so-so. But my new machine is a star performer at both. For that reason, my favorite quilt of 2015 comes from Christa Watson’s book Machine […]

  10. 🔺Triangle troubles?🔻Try Pat Sloan’s triumphant techniques (+ BIG giveaway!)

    Posted by on November 20, 2015

    We’ve all made that half-square triangle. You know the one. The one with the unintentionally curvy edges? The one you can’t press flat, even if you doused it with water and kept it under a brick for a week? The one that’s too small/too crooked/too frustrating to use in the quilt you’re making? Would you […]