1. Reva's Tips: It's a Pressing Situation

    Reva's Tips: It's a Pressing Situation
    I just love both quilting and creating projects in the embroidery hoop. The thing that I find frustrating when working on these projects is the constant upping and downing going back and forth to the ironing board. I guess you can say that the truth of the matter is that I am impatient. I just want to move on to...
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  2. Sewing Tip from Reva: Turn! Turn! Turn!

    Sewing Tip from Reva: Turn! Turn! Turn!
    I was recently working on a project where I wanted to make an 18" Circle. My first thought was to raid the kitchen for a plate or platter. Guess what? I do not have anything that size in my kitchen. Not even my cake plate… in hindsight that would be one big cake, wouldn't it? In need of a solution...
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  3. Clover to the Rescue!

    By Lana L. Jones I teach a lot of classes that I take my press to, and that is great as the press has 100 pounds of pressure when the arm is pulled down which makes for excellent pressing. But, with the number of people trying to get their projects done and the fusibles used in class, the pressing surface...
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  4. Trace 'n Create Free Project Round-Up

    How many of you have used Clover's Trace 'n Create templates? If you're not familiar with these great templates, they were designed by sewing guru Nancy Zieman. There are templates avialable for a multitude of different projects and they take all of the guesswork and uncertainty out of cutting the fabrics for your project. Simply place the templates on your...
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