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Mystery Quilt Step ONE

Hello Quilters!! Are you Ready for a FUN! EASY!! Mystery :) Quilt? The time has finally arrived for us to get started. :) . Step ONE is here.  Remember you want to be first to comment in “Did You Know?”  about the Bible Reference to receive a surprise from me. The fastest way to comment is by clicking on the comment box at the end of this article.  You can also email me at janecanquilt62842@gmail.com . Even if you see someone else has commented, please let me know what you think of the post. I want to hear if this Blog is helpful to you. Only nice comments, even if you don’t like my Blog, please say it in a constructive way so that I can try to improve! :). Read more »

Get Ready! Get Set!! Go!!!

Hello Quilting World!

Today, I’m posting a free quilt pattern.

It’s   1 to Get Ready!   2 to Get Set!!   3 to Go!!!

1-2-3 Embroider!   That’s right, that’s what it takes to make this beautiful Baby Quilt that my friends (“BeeJay’s Girls Gone Wild”) call Champagne and Caviar” Oh yes, and just so you know, I will be asking the question “Did You Know“? at the end of all my articles. I will send a surprise (gift) to the first person(USA ONLY) who emails me with the Bible verse reference at the end of that article.   It will be fun to see how many people respond.

The fabric in this quilt is washable silk and a washable polyester micro fiber (”Minkee” type fabric). You will probably want to buy extra fabric to allow for design changes that you decide to make.

A good rule of thumb is:
Better too much than not enough

 

                                                                     

 

 

” Champagne and Caviar”                                                                                                  

QUILT INSTRUCTIONS:

 

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Sublimating Quilts

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Probably the most popular methods to customize fabric is by adding a full-color photo to it, to preserve a memory, promote a celebration, or even to create a unique gift. The entire process of adding full-color images to fabrics might seem as somewhat of a mystery to some, but once one sees just how simple the sublimation process is, they will want to create one themselves!

The sublimation process is often used by small businesses, or even for crafts out of a home or garage, which matches to show how simple it is to complete yourself. Applying this method, you can use full-color, detailed artwork for the quilt, without worrying about this fading, scratching, or peeling. The artwork is permanent. To create your color sublimation quilt, you will need to personalize your fabrics are sublimation quilts, coated with special sublimation coating, sublimation paper, inks, take (heat-resistant), a bucket water, and a sublimation heat press. Many of these products are available at your local craft store, or online from a printing supplier. This can be better as printing vendors can often offer you the things needed in bulk, wholesale prices. Read more »

Easy Quilt Patterns For Beginning Quilters

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With easy quilt patterns there are many ways to approach each step. This can be overwhelming for new quilters, especially when you add the hundreds of new terms and techniques to the learning curve.

As you gain more exposure, you will realize quilting methods that will work the best for you. When you are just getting started there are a few basic skills that will help you sew precise blocks and quilts right from the beginning. Here are some of those easy quilt patterns which look great and at the same time can be done quickly:
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