Love of Quilting


Right or wrong, quilting has been perceived as “women’s work” for centuries. While more and more men are discovering the craft, according to the 2017 “Quilting in America” study conducted by The Quilting Company, in partnership with Quilts, Inc., only one percent of the estimated 7 to 10 million quilters are male. Even though their numbers are small, the male quilters are finding ways to connect. Men from all over Canada recently attended an all-male retreat organized by “The Canadian Male Quilter Group,” and

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Shop Hop
It’s all about the baste! Clover has combined the benefits of straight pins and safety pins into a single tool—Wonder Pins! These strong pins easily pierce multiple layers, but are so thin they won’t leave holes in your fabric. Plus, they’re simple e
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Blue Ridge Love
FINISHED SIZE: 104" x 104" FINISHED BLOCKS: 25 (16") blocks Fabric yardage assumes 40" usable width of fabric (WOF) unless otherwise noted. ► 6 yards medium blue print for blocks, border 1, and border 2 ► 6⅛ yards cream print for blocks and borde
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Paper Foundation Piecing
1. Place fabric pieces larger than section 1 and 2 right sides together on back side of paper. Be sure fabric for section 1 is under that area and edges of fabric extend at least ¼" past stitching line. 2. Using 90/14-sized needle and a short stitc