QUILTsocial - Issue 13

Publisher: A Needle Pulling Thread
Category: Hobbies & Craft, Home
Language: English
Frequency : Quarterly

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Welcome to QUILTsocial! YES, it’s an AWESOME quilting blog, but wait!…it’s also a weekly bulletin, a monthly newsletter, and a quarterly e-magazine focused on the love and art of making quilts. Best of all, it’s ALL FREE from the publishers of A Needle Pulling Thread Magazine. QUILTsocial was created for all quilters, beginners and experts alike, to empower them with the skills, techniques, and creativity required to make quilts that will be cherished forever. Our goal is also to keep viewers abreast of new quilting products, and how to use them effectively to make quilting easier and enjoyable. QUILTsocial will feature a variety of knowledgeable and impassioned guest bloggers and contributors, each bringing their own unique perspective. We hope you’ll LOVE QUILTsocial as a place of reference, learning, and most of all inspiration, and that in doing so you’ll share the material with like-minded friends. SIGN UP for the QUILTsocial newsletter NOW to get the hottest tips, techniques, and patterns emailed to you. For a limited time, you’ll also receive Elaine’s Tech Tips, a FREE e-book by Elaine Theriault containing essential quilting tips and techniques to use on all your quilting projects. Most cheerfully, Carla A. Canonico Publisher and Editor-in-Chief

Welcome to another thrilling issue of QUILTsocial! In this issue we show you ways to explore and use utility and decorative stitches for quilting your quilt and sewing on your binding. Using these stitches for quilting is an underrated method, but highly effective. We encourage you to choose any built-in stitch to add oomph to your binding, see the various stitch-outs. We also show you how to make and apply covered cording like a pro, the tutorial includes how to round the corners for a truly elegant finish. Another tutorial in this issue is how to work therm fleece into quilted projects, like the bowl cozy. Other free projects include the tic tac toe game set - all quilted using the latest Recess line from Banyan Batiks, and the quilted bench cushion cover. We take a close look at some awesome features on the Brother Dreamweaver XE and the ImageStitch app and the mysewnet on the PFAFF creative icon. Download this stunning issue!


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