Monthly Archives: March 2013

More Edge-to-Edge Quilting Tips

Here are a few more things to consider when picking an edge-to-edge (E2E) motif. How big is the quilt? Keep the design in scale with the quilt. Use a smaller motif for baby quilts, small wall hangings, or table runners. … Continue reading

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Edge-to-Edge Quilting

Today’s tip is about edge-to-edge quilting. What is it? Why would you choose an edge-to-edge motif? What are the best ways to do edge-to-edge quilting? How do you pick a good edge-to-edge quilting motif? Edge-to-edge (or “E2E”) quilting is simply … Continue reading

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Longarm Quilting with Rulers and Templates, Part 3

Today is part 3 of our series of tips for longarm quilting with rulers and templates. Today we’re focusing on circles, arcs, and swags. We showed you the VersaTool in yesterday’s post. It has two curves — one is a … Continue reading

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