Longarm Quilter of the Month: February

Some quilters love piecing, while others live for the style of stitching on the finished piece. These days you can get almost any quilting pattern you can imagine added to a quilt. A skilled longarmer can add custom designs to enhance the style of the […]

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Longarm Quilter of the Month: December

Amy Bouchard of Cascading Quilts

Whether you aspire to use a longarm sewing machine yourself or want to learn more about the art and craft of quilting, this post is for you. In our monthly series on longarm quilters, we called on Amy Bouchard, owner of Cascading Quilts, to find out more about […]

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Longarm Quilter of the Month: November

CaroleCarter From My Carolina Home

Once a quilt top is pieced and the batting and backing are added to create a “quilt sandwich,” the quilt is ready for the next step in the construction and design process: quilting! Stitching on the quilt sandwich holds the quilt top, batting and backing […]

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All About 108″ Wide Fabrics

We wanted to call your attention to some BIG fabrics here at Fat Quarter Shop (and we mean BIG) – we are talking about 108” wide fabrics today! These are the humongously fat bolts you see at your quilt shops, that are double folded and […]

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