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Sue Garman tells you why you must pre-shrink your batting and how to do it in her blog. I never knew!

Sue Garman: Done is Good!

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Turn a fat quarter into five yards of bias tape. I knew how to do this once upon a time, but am glad I found a reminder tutorial.

Vinyl Sewing Tip

Family Home and Life: Vinyl Sewing Tip

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20 blade "stack-n-whack" Dresden plates by Linda Rotz Miller Quilts & Quilt Tops, via Flickr

The Way I Sew It: String Ring Table Mat Tutorial

DYO Sampler Quilt Sew Along ~ How to Design Your Own Quilt | Sew Mama Sew |

Cheater Binding! One of those tutorials that makes you say "duh, why didn't I think of that?"

Sew a cotton strip on towels

Sew a cotton strip on towels - Craft ~ Your ~ Home

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Store bobbins on magnet strips - genius!

I may just sew these on some of my shirts. This is brilliant.

Thunder Bay Quilt Guild's recommended comfort quilt sizes.

Floating Rickrack Sewing Technique -- An easy way to add rick rack as an edging or insertion using the blind hem stitch. This would a quick embellishment for sleeve edges and hems.

Instructions for Hexagon Quilt using creative grids equilateral triangle ruler

French Bias Piping Tutorial

How to Make Your Own Piping

How to Make Piping to Sew With

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Piping Tutorial

How to make scalloped piping.

Colorfastness post by Vicki Welsh

Bleeding fabrics - frequently asked questions by Vicki Welsh

Neat Tube Turning Technique Tutorial in pictures- I forgot to take photos of a neat technique I learned at last month’s art group meeting, so tried it out again this morning and took photos this time. It’s an easy way of turning any size fabric tubes you’d like to make – courtesy of Norma’s demo. ~By dianem, Dimity's Fiber Adventures Blog

Instantly add seam allowances to patterns. So simple, so clever. Coats and Clark Sewing Secrets Blog

t shirt refashion makeover go from baggy and manly to form fitting femfatale

Beautifully done grass-to-sky transition in this "Something Sweet Quilt" by Alison Gordon and Megan Creamer. Great way to use up come larger blue and green scraps!

(Economy Block) thrift blocks by bananphone

Diary of a Quilter - a quilt blog - making a portable ironing board out of a wooden TV tray