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Making bias binding - Types of Bias Bars
There are different types of bias binding and different methods of making them. Each different bias gives a different look and texture. This article looks at bias made using the Bias Bar.

Record Keeping for your Quilts
Record Keeping of your quilts is a personal thing. Some quilters keep elaborate records, almost as lovely as their quilts, others keep simple records for future reference, and others really don't care to keep records.

Puzzling with Postcards
Fabric or Textile Postcards are becomming very popular amongst quilters from all walks of life and opening a whole new world for the creative soul.

Cindy Thury Smith - Patchworker and Poet
Patchwork Poetry from Cindy Thury Smith - a good giggle for all quilters.

Color and Composition
Color and Composition for the Creative Quilter. Improve any quilt with Easy-to-follow lessons. By Katie Pasquini Masopust and Brett Barker

May I introduce...... The Patchwork Angel
A chairside chat with a Special Guest who lives and works in the Patchwork and Quilting Industry and shares daily in customers wonderful quilting journey.

Accurate Machine Piecing - completing the Star
The final article in the five part series "Accurate Rotary Cutting and Accurate Machine Piecing". The 4 1/2" star is completed.

Accurate Machine Piecing
This is the fourth article in the five part series on Accurate Rotary Cutting for Accurate machine piecing. Learn how to be accurate on the little things, like sewing on and off a block, pressing, and non-pinning.

Accurate Shape cutting and Machine Preparation
This is the third article in the series Accurate Rotary Cutting for Accurate Machine Piecing. How do we go about getting accurate shapes cut? What preparations can we make with the sewing machine prior to commencing piecing?

Fabric Folding and Edge Trimming
The second in the series Fabric preparation for Accurate Piecing. This article explains how to fold the fabric into four, to avoid those dogs legs in strips, and how to trim the fabric without disturbing the cut line.

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