My Little House Coaster 3 | Machine Raw Edge Applique
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by Olesya Lebedenko
17h ago
Sew this small house coaster with the PFAFF creative icon 2 sewing machine. So far, we’ve been piecing and quilting cute quilted coasters 1 and 2 of this 4 part series. If you missed them here they are My Little House Coaster 1 | Paperless Piecing and My Little House Coaster 2 | Machine Embroidery. Today, we’ll push the PFAFF creative icon 2 Sewing and Embroidery Machine‘s capabilities even further by testing how effortlessly it can stitch through multiple layers of fabric and stabilizer. We’ll also explore the ease of creating raw edge applique with the PFAFF 6D Dynamic Spring Foot. By the ..read more
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Kaleidoscope quilt blocks | Exciting layout choices
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by Robin Bogaert
2w ago
This week we achieved no tear paper piecing with Kaleidoscope Blocks 1 and 2 and using Sew Easy Freezer Paper for Quilting and Applique. These blocks are so pretty with FABRIC CREATIONS Cotton Fabric and made easy with the very popular Best Press Starch Alternative and the Clover 9612 Roll ‘n Press. The 2 Kaleidoscope Blocks from this week’s posts Today, I’d like to talk about how dynamic these blocks can be when made in multiples and placed into a quilt. Kaleidoscope Block 1 design layout I multiplied my blocks by copying and pasting my original block a few times and look at what happened ..read more
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Kaleidoscope quilt blocks | Block 2 easy variation
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by Robin Bogaert
2w ago
In yesterday’s post, I showed you how I made 8 – 45-degree triangle units to make Kaleidoscope Block 1 with FABRIC CREATIONS Cotton, Best Press Starch Alternative, GÜTERMANN 100% Polyester Thread, Clover 9612 Roll ‘n Press and Sew Easy Freezer Paper for Quilting and Applique. Today I’m showing you a very easy and fun variation 2. This one involves only 4 triangles. It’s pretty, fresh-looking and a perfect spring stash buster. Follow along with me. Kaleidoscope Block 2 with no tear paper piecing Note: The method for sewing Block 2 is the same as I described yesterday, refer to my post, Kaleid ..read more
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Kaleidoscope quilt blocks | No tear paper piecing magic!
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by Robin Bogaert
2w ago
Yesterday, we got our pattern prepared on SEW EASY Freezer Paper for Quilting and Applique. Today we are finally getting to sew the Kaleidoscope Blocks with GÜTERMANN  100% Polyester Thread and gorgeous cheerful fabric, a 5-Piece Bundle from Fabric Creations. In addition, I will show you how the Clover Roll 9612 Roll ‘n Press and Best Press Starch Alternative are very useful notions for the making of these blocks. Sewing instructions Fold each pattern piece on the lines of the pattern and crease the lines very well with the Clover Roll ‘n Press. It is important that these lines are very ..read more
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Kaleidoscope quilt blocks | Freezer paper printing
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by Robin Bogaert
2w ago
In yesterday’s post, I discussed the supplies needed to paper piece the easy way. Today, I’m using SEW EASY Freezer Paper for Quilting & Applique as a pattern for the. Freezer paper is critical for making paper piecing easy with this method. Freezer paper has a matte side for printing or drawing a design and a waxy, or sticky side when ironed, making it very versatile for adhering to fabric. You will understand more as we go through the steps this week. You can usually find it at your local quilt shop or sewing store. Follow along this week as I show you how to use this method to make your ..read more
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Kaleidoscope quilt blocks | Paper piecing made easy
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by Robin Bogaert
2w ago
If you love to paper piece quilt blocks but don’t love the arduous task of tearing away all those tiny pieces of paper at the end of sewing for hours, then this post is for you. I’ll be blogging all week about making 2 of my free Kaleidoscope quilt blocks with this unique no tear method featuring FABRIC CREATIONS Cotton Fabric, Best Press Starch Alternative, Clover 9612 Roll ‘n Press, GÜTERMANN  100 % Polyester Thread and Sew Easy Freezer Paper. I’m sure you won’t look at paper piecing the same after trying this method. If you are new to paper piecing this is a method of quilt piecing, so ..read more
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No-sew embellishments – Easy with ribbons, buttons, and a little glue
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by Christine Baker
1M ago
Yesterday I used 2 great products to make 3D flowers – HeatnBond EZ Print Feather Lite and Odif Fabric Booster. I allowed my flowers, leaves, and bows to air dry overnight and today I’ll fuse them all to the quilted background that I made on Wednesday. Usually, I hand sew embellishments to my quilts, but today I’m taking the easy way out and using Fabric Fuse by HeatnBond Quick Bond Fabric Adhesive to adhere everything to the background. Buttons and ribbons that will be fused to the quilted sandwich with the Fabric Fuse by HeatnBond. Before I fuse anything to the front of the quilted backgro ..read more
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2 essential products for making 3D flowers out of fabric
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by Christine Baker
1M ago
Yesterday I showed you 2 ways to showcase thread in your quilting project by using Sulky Cotton Petites 6 Spool Thread Set – Rosewood Manor Assortment to quilt in straight lines and do some topstitching. Today I’ll show you how to use HeatnBond EZ Print Feather Lite and Odif Fabric Booster to make some amazing 3D flowers and leaves out of fabric. Notions needed to create 3D flowers First I’ll transfer my leaf and flower shapes onto the HeatnBond EZ Print Feather Lite. Feather Lite is a paper-backed, iron-on, double-sided adhesive for bonding fabric without extra weight or stiffness. And it’s ..read more
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2 ways to showcase thread in your quilting project | 8 steps to WOW!
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by Christine Baker
1M ago
Yesterday I used Mont Marte Signature Fabric Paints and Odif OdiShine Glitter Gel to show you the 12 easy steps to stencil tea towels. Today I’ll start my 3D flower banner by making a quilted background that will attach to the black banner background I created in my QUILTsocial post on January 8th entitled Sewing a hanging sleeve to your quilt, the easy way. I’ll follow the same basic steps for layering but I want to use one of the threads from the SULKY Cotton Petites 6 Spool Thread Set – Rosewood Manor Assortment to quilt in straight lines and do some topstitching. To make this little banner ..read more
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12 easy steps to stencil tea towels using Mont Marte fabric paints
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by Christine Baker
1M ago
Yesterday I showed you two different ways to make stencils out of freezer paper. Today I’ll use Mont Marte Signature Fabric Paints and Odif OdiShine Glitter Gel to stencil my design onto plain cotton tea towels. Step 1 Pour paint onto the palette. I’ve decided to stick with a spring color palette of pink, purple, yellow and green, so first I’ll pour a bit of the pink paint onto a Mont Marte Round Plastic Palette. The paint is quite thick (which helps it to not run on the fabric) so it’s easy to control how much comes out. I’ll use a couple of foam hobby brushes to pick up the paint. Pour pain ..read more
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