Our newest series includes three inspired from vintage quilts, quilts created from group block exchanges, details on how to organize a block exchange program, quilts that use “blocks within blocks,” tips on machine quilting tools and techniques for unique quilting patterns, as well as lots of great techniques to add to your piecing skills.
Credits for this series: Sewing machine for the series is the Baby Lock Crescendo, the Baby Lock Ellisimo Gold 2and the Baby Lock Evolution Serger. The sewing center is provided by Koala Cabinets, and the thread cabinets are from Madeira Thread. For piecing, we use the ¼” quilting presser foot or the monogramming presser foot. We use basic sewing supplies such as fabric, rotary cutters, cutting mats, and scissors, plus specific items listed below. We wear a Klutz cut-resistant safety glove when rotary cutting, press with a Reliable iron, and measure using Omnigrid and Fons & Porter rulers. Patterns and instructions for quilts featured are in Love of Quilting or Easy Quilts magazine or as listed.