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Happy New Year!

Wow! Time is going so fast! We are enjoying a wonderful summer just now, with just enough days of less sunshine to remind us that we live in the land of the long white cloud! It does, of course, keep … Continue reading

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How to use delicious leftovers to make a Floating 4-patch block – Quilting Tips & Techniques 177

This video shows how to use up some leftover fabrics, 2 1/2″ and 5″ squares, to make a Floating 4-patch block that measures 7″ and finishes at 6 1/2″ square. This makes a delicious scrappy quilt!

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How to use an Applique Mat for Fusible Applique – Quilting Tips & Techniques 174

Well, another Christmas is in the past, hoping everyone is having a good time over this holiday season. We had a delicious time with family including our little 2 year old grandson, a lovely time on the beach and also … Continue reading

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How to make an “Up-Size” Star Quilt – Quilting Tips & Techniques 173

This video shows how to deliciously “up-size” an 8″ star block into a one block quilt where the block measures 56″, quite an up-size! Here we show you how to cut and sew larger pieces of fabric. Using 8 x … Continue reading

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How to make a Kite Block using a 4 1/2″ On-Point Ruler – Quilting Tips & Techniques 167

This video shows how to use a 4 1/2″ On-Point Ruler to make a fun Kite Block,using 5″ squares and some rectangles. Block measures 4 1/2″ (4″ finished).

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How to make a fun Pinwheel Block using 5″ squares – Quilting Tips & Techniques 165

This video shows how to make a fun Pinwheel Block using 5″ squares. The block measure 6 1/2″ (6″ finished).

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