Today is Thanksgiving Day in the U.S., a day when we gather with family and friends, stuff ourselves with traditional foods (or their vegetarian, gluten-free, low-sodium versions), and reflect on what we are thankful for. Some of us also watch football. Our entire Quilting Arts family feels especially...
26 Nov 2014
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Many art quilters find fusible web indispensable for quilt making . Fusible web is basically a sheet of glue that melts when you press fabric onto it with a hot iron, sticking the pieces of fabric together. Quilt artist Jamie Fingal uses Mistyfuse fusible for all her quilt making. Because art quilts...
When anyone asks me how to make quilts with free-form, contemporary designs, I often want tell them I can sum it up in two words: trial and error. 'Urban Storefront,' and example of how to make a quilt with improvisation techniques, by Rayna Gillman. That's not entirely true, of course. Most...