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Rock That Quilt Block – Hourglass

A couple weeks ago designers Linda J. Hahn and Deborah G. Stanley had us ROCKING the Country Crown Block. (In case you missed it…here is the link). Today we will be ROCKING the Hourglass block! Rock That Quilt Block: Hourglass … Continue reading

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Welcome to a New Designer

Bound To Be Quilting is excited to be part of the team at QuiltWoman.com. Wework almost daily either designing, writing, or sewing up patterns – it’s becomeour life! We are currently working with five fabric companies to provide them andyou … Continue reading

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Efficient Twists for Foundation Paper Piecing

Mary Ann Sprague, of Mary Ann’s Makings Foundation paper piecing always elicits strong reactions in quilters. Either you love it or hate it. I’ve never met anyone on the fence. As I was learning to quilt, I took several paper … Continue reading

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Designer Spotlight: Create Kids Couture

Looking at the patterns by Create Kids Couture, you can’t help but smile. The patterns are adorable, the fabrics they chose are perfect and the models are the best part. We recently had the pleasure to sit down with Shannon and … Continue reading

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More of Our Favorite Quilting Workshops and Lectures

Are you a guild member or a quilt shop owner in search of quality quilting workshops and lectures? Maybe you are an avid quilter or an eager beginner? Read our latest post on quilting workshops and lectures you should not … Continue reading

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Quilting Workshops for Your Quilt Shop

Are you looking for high quality guests to teach techniques in your quilt shop? The designers at QuiltWoman.com are not only exceptional creators, but many of them are talented teachers. Here are some quilting workshops for your quilt shop. Quilting … Continue reading

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Quilting Workshops You Should Not Miss

Are you a Guild Member looking for high quality guests to speak at your meetings or events? The designers at QuiltWoman.com are not only exceptional creators, but many of them are talented teachers. Here are some quilting workshops you should … Continue reading

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Designer Spotlight: McKay Manor Musers

The women who make up the McKay Manor Musers is the focus of our designer spotlight this time. I recently got a chance to get to know more about Sheila McKay, the mother of this mother-daughter team. Quiltwoman.com (QW)- Where … Continue reading

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How to Make a No Applique Quilt

Lisa Mullenburg creates adorable quilts that feature dogs, dinosaurs and owls among many other characters. Her story is interesting. She started designing quilts for her Mother to make, so that Mom could make quilts for each of her grandchildren. She … Continue reading

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Quilting for Health

Hobbies like sewing and crafting have long been recognized for their health benefits. Engaging in arts is relaxing, engaging and can have significant health benefits. But quilting, a study by Glasgow University found, is “uniquely” good for you. Read on … Continue reading

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