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Quilting Discoveries

We welcome designer Susan Mayer of Quilting Discoveries to the QuiltWoman.com blog today. Hi, My name is Susan Mayer designing under the name Quilting Discoveries. One of my most popular “discoveries” was how to put your quilt on point without … Continue reading

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Ornament of the Month Club

Today on the QuiltWoman.com blog we welcome Carol L. Steffensen of Chickadee Hollow Designs.  Winter has settled in and this is the perfect time to start working on things for Christmas next year.  At Chickadee Hollow Designs we are introducing … Continue reading

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Bootyful

Today on the QuiltWoman.com Blog we welcome our guest blogger Mary Lajoie of Country Angel Designs.  Mary is one of our fabulous designers here at QuiltWoman.com and we are happy to have her share a little about one of her … Continue reading

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For the Love of Wool!

New Wool Works™  Magazine Premier Issue Ships January 10, 2017 . . . Wool Works™ Magazine is full of good things.  It is a place to learn about wool, from its simple beginnings among grassy pastures to the cherished applique … Continue reading

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Soft and Cozy Keepsakes

  Soft and Cozy Keepsakes -Faux Rag Quilting is a new book by Margo Yang. Margo’s quilting hobby started when she quit her computer career over 25 years ago to become a mother. In 1991, her young family moved into … Continue reading

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After the Storm

“As I left the barn, I felt the wind strengthen and the first drops of rain began to fall. I called to Sunny and told the children to wash up while I returned to the cabin to prepare dinner. “By … Continue reading

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Adorable Characters without Applique

Lisa Muilenburg is a stay at home mom that started designing quilts for her mother, so she could make new baby quilts for each of her grandchildren.  She now designs them for you!  She loves to get ideas from friends … Continue reading

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Recipes for Perfect Embroidery

By Lee Fletcher, Sulky Freelance National Educator Embroidery, whether it is Free Motion or Digitized Embroidery, is a great way to make the ordinary outfit, quilt or fashion accessory extraordinary. Like cooking in the kitchen, there are basic recipes with … Continue reading

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Summertime with Aunt Em

School got out this week and Memorial Day was last weekend.  Its official, summer is here!  YEAH!  Time for picnic’s and gardens. Aunt Em’s Beeline quilt is perfect for both. And heaven knows when that garden gets going you’re going … Continue reading

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Successful Sewing with Specialty Threads

By Lee Fletcher, Sulky National Freelance Educator Designer of Pat-e-Patterns Inventor of TheThread Director It has been my privilege and pleasure to teach how to sew with the beautiful decorative threads that are available today from Sulky of America.  When … Continue reading

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