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Sewing machine quilting

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Sewing machine quilting. Get inspired and try out new things.

Matchstick quilting is a term used to describe straight line quilting placed very close together, about 1/8″ or a matchstick’s width apart. This method can add an interesting texture to any quilt project when used with different colored threads, or in unquilted areas which will appear puffier or more pronounced than areas with matchstick quilting. Click the link to learn more at WeAllSew.com.

6 Tips For Machine Quilting

When we came across this article of the best machine quilting tips we knew we had to share it with our readers. The tips are detailed and contain links to products that will help you to get the bes…

Machine quilting with 12 wt. thread is not hard, but you do need to know a few things. Here are 5 secrets to machine quilting with 12 weight thread!

Machine quilting with 12 wt. thread is not hard, but you do need to know a few things. Here are 5 secrets to machine quilting with 12 weight thread!

Check out this sewing tutorial on how to sew a face mask from fabric. There is a free PDF sewing pattern. The mask covers the face, nose and chin quite well and at the same time allows for easy breathing. The mask is made from 100% organic cotton batting inside, outside is a layer of 100% decorator silk. It has a metallic nose insert and elastic loops.

Check out this sewing tutorial on how to sew a cloth face mask from fabric. Download a free PDF sewing pattern. The mask covers the face, nose and chin quite well and allows for easy breathing.

Sewing Machine Stitches | Only 6 Basic Stitches Every Sewer Needs |TREASURIE

If you are new to sewing, you might be wondering what the basic sewing machine stitches are. Click here for the top 6 stitches you will need.

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When I straight line quilt I don't use chalk or pens to mark my lines, it's just to time consuming. Instead I use good quality painters tape to mark the lines. First, join your fabric to your desired interfacing, you can use something like 505 basting spray (I use that spray glue when quilting up to queen size quilts on my domestic machine), or for bags (especially cotton) when I want that extra stiffness/stability - I use a fusible web. If you use cotton fabric, I recommend something like…