Natalia Whiting Bonner is a professional quilter, Gammill quilting artist, teacher, and writer, and has loved to piece quilts for over twenty years. Natalia learned how to quilt on her conventional home sewing machine. With that positive experience under her belt, she decided that she really wanted to take her quilting to the next level…
There are many different techniques for binding a quilt. Some techniques have been tested by time and some are new and modern, that encourage any quilter to accomplish more in less time. Watch these free video tutorials to see which technique works best for you and your quilting projects!
A free video series with over twenty clips full of Valentine’s sewing inspiration. Projects of all sizes, using techniques like applique, paper piecing and simple half-square triangle piecing methods. Beautiful accessories to celebrate Valentine’s Day in warmth, and style. ❤ Geometric Heart Free Modern Valentine Quilt ePattern: Don’t miss the Valentine’s Day sewing and quilting … [ Read More at SWN! ]
Karen from Just Get It Done Quilts shares her five quick and simple sewing/quilting hacks that will improve your quilting skills and accuracy! Such an inexpensive and simple tool that most of us have in a junk drawer or workshop. Watch now: More tape tips: Tape only one direction at a time, don’t overlap or … [ Read More at SWN! ]
Quilting with Rulers: Free Motion Made Simple – Craftsy Stitching intricate machine quilting designs is as easy as connecting the dots. Join Angela Walters, teacher, and author of the Free-motion Quilting Workbook among other titles, for a free video series and Angela will show you how easy it is to use her brilliant technique to stitch incredible … [ Read More at SWN! ]
Jenny from Missouri Star Quilt Co., demonstrates how she creates this fresh spring and summer-time quilt using ten inch squares of pre-cut fabrics. Jenny chose “Date Night” 10″ stackers by Heidi Staples of Fabric Mutt for Riley Blake. This is a simple quilt block pattern that you can stitch with your own style using carefully … [ Read More at SWN! ]