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Quilt Labels

Adding labels to your quilt is an important part of the quilt finishing process.  Whether you intend to keep your quilt on your bed or wall, or you plan to send your quilts to quilt shows all over the world, labels play an important role.  A good quilt label should identify the quilt maker(s), the date that the quilt was complete, the city and state where it was made and the title for the quilt.  In addition, you may want to include the story of why you made this quilt, particularly if it was made for another person or for a special occasion.  The label above is o

Art Squared Challenge Group

Illuminate!

"Illuminate" is the theme for a challenge group that I belong to, consisting of 10 artists that work in various media.  The previous theme had been "element" but time got away from me before I was able to explore that challenge theme. "THE FIRE WITHIN", my submission for the "illuminate" challenge addresses both themes. The element of fire is so essential to life on this earth. From the fire comes a light that can illuminate the world, removing darkness and fear.

He Loves Me! A Hearts and More Class at Sturbridge Quilting and Sewing Center

He Loves Me! Class sample by Gina
 
Don't you just love the color combination that Gina Zeleznok chose to use for her "He Loves Me!" class sample? Gina opted to machine embroider the words, "He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not" on her computerized sewing machine prior to quilting an all over pattern on the quilt background using her long arm machine.  After quilting, Gina cut and fused the applique' shapes using my Hearts and More templates.

VISIT YOUR LOCAL QUILT SHOP DAY!

We're so excited! The second annual Visit Your Local Quilt Shop Day is Saturday, January 25, 2014! This is such a great way to recognize our local, independent quilt and fabric shops around the world. Would you help us spread the word?
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Did you damage the edge of your Acrylic Template?

It is easy to gouge the edge of your Hearts and More or Leaves Galore templates when you are cutting around the inside curves.  The secret to cutting the inside curves is to use a sharp 28mm rotary cutter and blade.  There are times when I still nick the edge of my template with my blade, and cut a sliver from the edge of the acrylic.  This sliver will catch your blade every time you try to cut around that spot.

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