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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.

Fabric preparation for Accurate Piecing
In order to machine piece accurately, we need to take particular care of every stage before we start to machine piece. Fabric preparation, folding, cutting, are all equally important in achieving success in accurate piecing

Quilting for Charity
Quilting for charity is one of the most productive ways a quilter can contribute to those in need in her/his community. It may seem like a simple quilt to a quilter but to those who need this quilt for warmth and comfort it says "We care".

Art Quilts - Defining an Art Quilt
Art Quilts, how do you define an Art Quilt?

Hawaiian Quilting by Elizabeth Root
Hawaiian Quilting is a fantastic genre of quilting and this book review takes you to a very easyily read reference book for the beginner

Teacups, Saucers and Teapot Patchwork patterns
Teacups, saucers and teapots are very popular subjects for quilt and wallhanging patchwork projects.

Guest Tutors International or Home Grown?
As Guild members, do we overlook our "home grown tutors and speakers" for the international well known tutors? Do we sometimes not recognise the expertise that lies right under our noses?

A Quilting Husbands Lament
Here's a clever little poem about the poor neglected husband of a patchworker. I sometimes think this could relate to my relationship. Enjoy!

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