Today I am talking about fusibles that help to hold your fabric while you sew at QUILTsocial.com. I will be discussing Quilters Edge, a wonderful fusible tape to hold trims, zippers, binding etc. and SpraynBond a temporary spray adhesive that is great to spray baste your quilt fabric layers.
Join me for a very informative post with lots of great tips and information!
Have a great Wednesday :)
Hi everyone, I am discussing printer friendly fusible web today at QUILTsocial.com.
Such an exciting way to design and it makes it so that the computer does all the design work for you.
Imagine the possibilities! You can download any design and print it onto a fusible web sheet. How exciting is that? How to use it and a project idea is just a click away here today!
Have a great Tuesday!
Today at QUILTsocial.com I am explaining how to fuse and execute an easy applique with HeatnBond Feather Lite and how to protect your iron with HeatnBond's Pressing Papers. Both of these products are simple to use and very effective.
Also, if you need an easy gift for Easter these cute bibs might just be a great idea for your little ones. Click here for more info on how to and a free applique pattern download.
Happy Monday :)
Hello there and Happy Spring! 🌷
I am just letting you know that I am a guest contributor for QUILTsocial.com from April 8-12 this upcoming week. I will be discussing all the many awesome of HeatnBond products from the HeatnBond family of fusibles.
Be sure to check out my posts for some useful tips, product information, instructions for use and some great projects with free pattern downloads!
The photo montage below shows the highlights of projects made using HeatnBond products.
Have a great weekend!
Hi everyone, I certainly have missed the time to share with you what I am up to. I am late writing about this mini quilt, however it was completed in February! There are some changes happening in my life and therefore I have been busily completing other deadlines prior to sharing news with my blog followers.
The changes I speak of are very happy ones! My daughter, son-in-law and baby grandson are moving back to Ontario from BC and are moving in with us temporarily until they find their way again. I am excited but it means that I have been working my tail feathers off getting ready to accommodate them.
What this means in my quilting world? I had 6 long arm quilts to finish in the month of February alone! Along with teaching, sample making, organizing, long arm training with my youngest daughter, general house work and working on some upcoming writing for QUILTsocial.com , I have not had a minute to write on my own blog.
Tomorrow, I fly out to Edmonton to assist my daughter with the baby and to bring them home on a flight to Ontario. My son-in-law will follow with a truck and trailer of their household goods. Of course I am very excited. So this is all good news!!
Below is a pic of the stack of quilts I have been working on :
Now lets talk about the February Mini Quilt, I decided to use up some piecing left over in my scrap bin and challenged myself a bit to make a mini from it. It is really quite simple but I just wanted to use up some strip pieced colours and see what I could do with it. The below is what I started with:
In between snuggles with Eli (my grandson) and catching up with the kids, I will try to share more of what is happening in my quilting world. Stay tuned also for lots of fun ideas I will be blogging about with QUILTSocial.com and sharing on my blog here at www,quiltingintheloft.com.
Happy Thursday ❤️
Hi everyone, I hope you are all staying warm while we are experiencing our January freeze. "Out like a Lion" "In like a Lamb", maybe there is hope for February?
I have been suffering today with a cold and decided to stay home and get my January mini quilt done-better late than never!
The picture of it is below and it is a landscape quilt, kinda artsy and showing January, cold and frosty as it is right now.
The process of making this quilt was really very simple and completely by machine. I started with a simple line drawing shown below:
Fabric was then cut out based on the paper templates:
The fabric parts were all sewn together with a tiny zig zag and matching thread:
My quilt is now ready to be sandwiched with 2 layers of batting, to show texture on the quilt:
My feed dogs are lowered and a free motion foot is put on my machine and trees are free motion stitched:
More trees and snowflakes in the sky are added along with swirling winds and texture lines in the snow:
Stay warm and stay safe on those roads and challenge yourself to make a winter landscape!❤️
Today at QUILTsocial.com I am talking about awesome UNIQUE Longarm Pattern Tracing Film and Film Transfer Pencils. If you struggle with lining up designs or figuring out what designs will work on your quilt, this product is the perfect solution. See what I am talking about below and go to QUILTsocial.com for more information.
I was so excited when these came in the mail to me to try and they delivered in more ways than one. I can now audition my designs prior to custom quilting my quilts. Tools like this make me so happy!
Check it out at QUILTsocial.com
Happy Friday ❤️
Today QUILTsocial.com I am talking about the new 120 " Zero Center Measuring Tape from UNIQUE Longarm and the New Dust Brush from UNIQUE Longarm. Measure a large quilt with ease and dust every nook and cranny of your machine!
I believe these tools are what we have been waiting for!
Check out what I have to say at QUILTsocial.com
Happy Wednesday! ❤️
Today at QUILTsocial.com I will be talking about thread nets and how they can avoid thread pooling and pesky tension issues and why the new UNIQUE longarm thread nets are simply awesome!
Check out my review of UNIQUE longarm thread nets at QUILTsocial.com today.
Happy Tuesday, I am discussing reverse action tweezers from UNIQUE Longarm and why they are so great for long arm quilters and domestic (sit down) quilting. I am sharing this valuable information today on QUILTsocial.com.
Read all about these UNIQUE longarm reverse action tweezers and why they are essential in my sewing room today at QUILTsocial.com.
Have a great day!❤️
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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