Yes it's true you can make your own textiles with Sulky Ultra Solvy and the tiniest of fabric scraps you've been hanging on to!
Check it out today at QUILTsocial.com with a free tutorial to show you how to do this.
Have a great weekend and I hope you have enjoyed my tutorials and discussions about Sulky Stabilizers this week at QUILTsocial.com.
Happy Wednesday! Today I am discussing Sulky Paper Solvy at QUILTsocial.com, a really cool product that dissolves in water and eliminates the need to remove the paper when appliquéing , paper piecing, english paper piecing, embroidery and a whole lot more. Check it out how I use it for a circle applique here.
Have a great day!
All this week I am discussing Sulky Stabilizers at QUILTsocial.com click here to see an exciting basket project using Sulky Fuse 'n Stitch. I will be showing you how to with a free DIY tutorial today and tomorrow. This basket is very sturdy and would be a great addition to your home decor also great storage for sewing room, craft supplies, toys and more. A fun and easy summer project!
"4" fun crafty and sewing projects, check out QUILTsocial.com to see enjoy my free tutorials all this week!
Hi everyone, I am just reminding you to have a look at QUILTsocial.com next week June 24-28 when I will be guest blogging and discussing 4 different crafty/quilty uses for Sulky Stabilizers. Check out my picture below of basket making, creating your own textiles, english paper piecing and help with appliquéing circles all with Sulky Stabilizers. Who knew?, they are not just for embroidery.
These are free tutorials with lots of fun tips and ideas. Some experimentation on my part, but these stabilizers worked great!
I hope you are having a great week ❤️
Today is the day for my Trunk Show at the Quilt & Fibre Art Festival 2;30pm and 7:30pm at the Calvary United Church -48 Hawkesville Rd. St Jacobs , ON. I hope you are able to make it there and also enjoy the many exhibits featured, for more info on the schedule of events click on the link here
Happy Thursday and enjoy the festival ❤️
Today marks the start of the Quilt & Fibre Art Festival in St Jacobs, Waterloo Region and Beyond. There will be a sampling of Quilts and Fibre Art, Quilting Seminars and Demos, Trend Tex Challenge Display, A boutique, A Fashion Show and a Trunk Show as the Guest Trunk Show Artist this year by yours truly, just to mention a few of the activities, but not all!
Some Details: My trunk show "My Quilting Journey" will take place at 2:30 and 7:30 Thursday May 23, 2019 at the Calvary United Church -48 Hawkesville Rd. St Jacobs , ON . I have a surprise special guest opening up for me at the 2:30 show only. I am so excited. The 7:30 show will be fun as well with door prizes at both shows. I will be featuring, my quilts from the beginning of my journey through being a quilt shop owner, teaching samples, thread painted quilts and newer, more modern quilts. Tickets at $5.00 at the door or call 519-291-4709 to reserve.
You can download the schedule of events here.
I extend a special Thanks to the Quilt Festival Board for inviting me as this years trunk show artist.
I hope to see you there!
I'm trying to get ahead of the holiday rush this year and share with you some ideas to DIY for Easter.
Check back this week there will be more ideas anywhere from April 13 all the way up to Easter as I get my DIY"S done! The emphasis is of course easy DIY's given that Easter is only one week away.
So here is the first one, I like to call a "Carrot Treat Party Tote", see all the photos and how to tutorial below:
Supplies Needed to Make One Carrot Treat Party Tote:
My final post as guest contributor this week at QUILTsocial.com is all about fusible vinyl from HeatnBond. You simply lay it down on your fabric and iron it. Lots of possibilities for your stash and I share some great project ideas. Check it out here.
Happy Friday, check back tomorrow, I am going to get started with some Easter DIY's and Have a Great Weekend!
Today I am talking about StitchnSew EZ Print Quilt Block Sheets by HeatnBond and gorgeous Northcott fabric at QUILTsocial.com. Simply print out your design and sew on these transparent, tearable sheets! Such a fantastic way to get accurate piecing results. Have a look here and see the possibilities:
Hi I'm Robin and I am a professional long arm quilter, pattern designer and teacher. I am passionate about all things quilty!
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