Quilting

A-Z of Quilting

A-Z of Quilting – This is the A to Z list of quilting, using each letter of the alphabet to share something about quilting. #Quilt #Quilting

A-Z of Quilting

A-Z of Quilting

A – Appliqué

B – Batting

C – Continuous Sashing

D – Drape

E – Each person has his or her own style and application to quilting. That is just one thing that makes them unique!

F – Fabric (you can never have too much fabric)


G – Guilds as in Quilting Guilds.

H – Hand stitching

I – I’m not a fabric hoarder.
I am the curator of an extensive textile collection.

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J – Jelly Row

K – King’s Crown Block

L – Long Arm Sewing Machine

M – Men can quilt too! I’m doing some quilts and I’m a man!

N – Nautical quilt (coming soon)

O – “One thing I know for sure; there are no rules in quilting. And if you think there are, then it’s time you try breaking a few.”

― Dana Bolyard

P – Patchwork

Q – Quarter-Inch Seam Allowance

R – Remnants (scrap fabric still can be used!)

S – Snoopy Quilt (coming soon)

T – Thread

U – Unique each quilt made will be

V – Valentine Quilt

W – “We stitch together quilts of meaning to keep us warm and safe, with whatever patches of beauty and utility we have on hand.”

― Anne Lamott

X – X stitches

Y – Yankee Puzzle Block

Z – Zig-Zag Stitch

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| Christianity | Christmas | Christmas Movies |
| Christmas Music | Christmas Stockings | Church | East Tennessee |
| Easter | Face Masks | Gospel Tracts | Graduation | Graphic Design |
| Halloween | Kentucky | Military | Mother’s Day | New Year’s | Photography |
| Prayer | Praying with Students | Quilting | Sewing | St. Patrick’s Day |
| Thanksgiving | Vacation Bible School | Valentine’s Day | Zipper Pouches |


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  • The Cool Maker Toy Sewing Machine
    Discovering Creativity: The Cool Maker Toy Sewing Machine — Are you ready to ignite your child’s creativity and imagination? Introducing the Cool Maker Toy Sewing Machine, a fun and engaging way for kids to explore the world of sewing and design. In today’s fast-paced digital age, it’s refreshing to find toys that encourage hands-on, creative play, and the Cool Maker Toy Sewing Machine does just that. #CoolMaker
  • You can’t use up fabric scraps. The more you use, the more you seem to have!!
    You can’t use up fabric scraps. The more you use, the more you seem to have!! There’s a phenomenon that many enthusiasts sewers and quilters have experienced firsthand: the mysterious abundance of fabric scraps. Despite efforts to whittle down the stash, it often seems that the more scraps you use, the more appear. But far from being a burden, these remnants hold a world of creative possibilities. In this post, we’ll explore why you can’t seem to use up fabric scraps and how embracing them can lead to endless inspiration.
  • What is a tailor’s clapper?
    A tailor’s clapper is a simple but useful tool for sewing enthusiasts who want to achieve crisp and flat seams or creases on their fabric. In this blog post, I will explain what a tailor’s clapper is, how it works, and why you should have one in your sewing kit. #tailorsclapper
  • Why Handmade Gifts Are the Best Gifts
    Why Handmade Gifts Are the Best Gifts – Have you ever received a handmade gift from someone and felt touched by their thoughtfulness and creativity? Or have you ever made a gift for someone and enjoyed the process of crafting something unique and personal for them? If you answered yes to either of these questions, then you know the value and joy of handmade gifts.
  • I might be hanging by a thread but at least it’s by the hem of His garment
    I might be hanging by a thread but at least it’s by the hem of His garment (Hanging by a Thread, Held by His Hem: Finding Strength in Faith) In life, there are moments when we feel as though we’re hanging by a thread, our strength waning, and our resolve tested. Yet, amidst the chaos and uncertainty, there is a source of unwavering strength, a lifeline that sustains us even in our weakest moments. It is the touch of the Jesus’ garment, the hem that offers hope, healing, and restoration.

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