In the January/February 2018 issue of Machine Quilting Unlimited, Margaret Solomon Gunn shared her experiences of teaching her daughter Sophie how to quilt. This is part one of our discussion to learn more about quilting with kids.
Finally! You’ve found the perfect pattern for that fabric you’ve been saving for a special project. Only…you need more, and it’s been discontinued by the manufacturer. What’s a quilter to do?
In the January/February 2018 issue, Katherine Jones introduces us to her “Bias Binding Techniques”. In one of her lessons, she mentions using applique glue. For those of you who are not familiar with this, here’s a little more about this glue.
It’s a New Year, and there’s so many possibilities for your machine quilting this year! If you made a New Year’s resolution, then you may be starting a new project or are working on skill building. To start your year off with success, here are three tips to get you started off in the new year on good footing.
In the November/December 2017 issue of MQU, contributor Melinda Bula describes using Lickity Grip to help control the quilt as she’s stitching.
Folding fabric in a uniform size makes it easier to organize and store. Here’s how blogger Cheryl Sleboda folds her fat quarters to keep them in eye-candy order!