RandomLayout

A layout that doesn't follow any regular grid, but is composed of several differently sized patches

Practice makes perfect (?)

Practice makes perfect (?)

Free-motion machine quilting is a skill which needs practice. A lot of practice. Different patterns or motifs require a variety of “techniques”, e. g. corners vs curves, continuous lines vs self-contained motifs, evenly spaced vs randomly placed lines etc...

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Do You Remember the Seagreen Quilt?

Seagreen

Quite some time ago we presented the Seagreen project, a quilt designed to showcase several different feather handquilting motifs...

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Spitzenstücke Assembly

Spitzenstücke Assembly

The Spitzenstücke quilt consists of four major blocks of differently sized rectangles which don’t present a huge challenge, as such, as most of the sewing is straight piecing. The only difficult part is the set in pieces in block A. If you don’t like setting in pieces, we suggest that you simply cut shape A into two pieces to make the sewing easier. Measurements are given for the version with the inset piece...

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Spitzenstücke

Spitzenstücke

This small wall quilt was sewn entirely with fabrics dyed with a technique called Sun-printing, a fun technique which whips up intricate patterns on fabric as if by magic. However, if you don’t have sun-printed fabrics at hand, don’t despair: This pattern lends itself beautifully to showcase any group of fabrics with interesting or contrasting patterns...

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