Originally Posted by carolaug
You can get it on line. its $9.99 http://www.mightybright.com/Magnifie...with-Magnifier.
Originally Posted by RST
Several weeks back I posted asking for tips on how to make a scalloped border on a group quilt the women of my bible study were making as a gift. I used the tips and links offered by generous quilters here, and we finished up our project. The recipient loved it, and we were all pleased with the final result (sometimes doesn't happen that way with a group project.) In my opinion, the scalloped border really makes the quilt. We ended up using the ruler from Eleanor Burns and the youtube tutorial
Originally Posted by lfstamper
check out tutorials for star patterns. Roolen has this one for Hunter's star
Originally Posted by deemail
this is the main page for needle turn applique on youtube... get a couple of simple line pieces, follow along with your favorite demo after watching several to find the right one for you.... you can watch as many times as you like and pause whenever you want.... i prefer these to classes,
Originally Posted by Treasureit
OK..so here a good website http://daystyledesigns.com/freemotionquilting.htm
Originally Posted by jitkaau
Here is a handy video to watch for mitred binding: http://www.nancyzieman.com/blog/sewi...-quilting-q-a/ and another for mitred border:http://youtu.be/U0G85zkc214 or http://youtu.be/uUh7MbELkXs
Originally Posted by crashnquilt
If you want weight to your quilt the add a layer of Warm & Natural with your Hobbs 80/20. Remember heavy quilts are much harder to wash and dry and can become uncomfortable.
If you want to use wool, you will get a warm but lighter weight quilt. I suggest Hobbs Tuscany Wool or Quilters Dream wool batts. If you want a really high quality wool find alpaca batting. Alpaca is expensive but is a wonderful fiber to work with and quilts up like a dream!
If you are wanting a fiber
Originally Posted by jcrow
Sorry, I just sent a post that is titled New method for machine quilting but it's suppose to be for machine BINDING. It's my brain not working yet this morning. Go to my blog, it's the second post down to see this super awesome way to machine bind that really makes your binding stand out. www.mylifeasaquilter.blogspot.com.
Originally Posted by RugosaB
This is the technique I use