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The first instruction says this. Cut one strip 10 1/2 inches, sub-cut 4, 13 1/4 by 13 1/4 inch squares for corner appliqué blocks. That part I understand.
I've printed out the layout pages for Basic New York Beauty (paper piecing) but realize that I don't understand the pages. The usual paper piecing layout
I'm a quilting newbie and working on a block quilt with 8 finish size blocks. Is there a rule of thumb to determine the width of the sashing I should
I am going to add an edge to my already quilted edge. Do you think I should hand quilt first and then stitch it on or should I sew edge wadding and backing
I made a quilt that will fit the top of my king size bed perfectly. I bought a pretty quilted king size bedspread that drapes to the floor ending in a
When preparing fabric before cutting quilt strips, I iron/press the fabric. If I use steam will it distort or shrink the fabric? My question also applies
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I have been quilting for many years and still my best memories come from my very first quilt. A Sun Bonnet Sue pattern was an ambitious choice for a beginner,