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  • Jenny Schimpf

    lots of quilting tips - binding, quilting, piecing, etc.

  • Patricia Gaughen

    Diary of a Quilter - a quilt blog: Tutorials - a lot of good beginner quilt tutorials which is just what I need.

  • Jenna Friesen

    And other quilting and sewing tutorials: Diary of a Quilter - a quilt blog

  • Amanda Barber

    Beginner #Quilting #Tutorials | #DiaryOfAQuilter #AmySmart | #sewing #quilting #crafts

  • Adriana Escobar

    quilting tutorials - even though I still can't even turn on my sewing machine, I will do this one day.

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The Aurifil Designer of the month Amy Udall Smart from Diary of a Quilter has organized a very talented group of bloggers that will be sharing their quilting tips and tricks! To find out more please visit www.diaryofaquilt...

almost word by word when sewing and making the lining. This is so much clearer! Thanks! Reply ktquiltsDecember 9, 2010 10:46 AM Thanks so much, I am going to try to squeeze in a few of these for Bath & Body gifts!!! Thanks so much!! Reply KaraDecember 9, 2010 11:06 AM This is a great method for making stockings! And I love the fun fabric you

Ombre looking strips quilt by Diary of a Quilter--who has some good tutorials for beginner quilters like me!

How to make a quilt from start to finish. @Erin Ries Brennan I was just looking for a tutorial for quilting! I will have to get started on my picnic blanket quilts soon....

This is a thrifty quilt using what you have on hand, even an old sheet will do

Diary of a Quilter - a quilt blog: Tutorials. "How to Make a Quilt from Start to Finish" looks promising.

Hand-sewing 101. I hate hand sewing, I always try to figure out creative ways to use my sewing machine instead, but it doesn't look as good. This will be a great reference for me!

In depth Sewing Tips for Beginners. Learn from the (many) mistakes I have made along the way. Here is a list of 10 things I wish I would have known from the beginning of my sewing journey that would have saved me a lot of money on fabric from trashed projects ;)