5 Ways to Keep English Paper Piecing Organized

Sep 29, 2020 11:11:09 AM / by Erica Bottger posted in Organizing Your Studio, English Paper Piecing, Quilting Tips

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Projects of any kind need organization and English Paper Piecing projects are no exception. Think of all the pieces involved – both fabric and templates – and about the time that you have cut 100 or so paper templates... Now what?

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10 Travel Kit Items You Want for English Paper Piecing on the GO!

Sep 24, 2020 8:40:37 AM / by Erica Bottger posted in GO! Qube, English Paper Piecing, Quilting Tips

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English Paper Piecing (or EPP) is a great technique for quilters on the go. Everything that you need can be stored in a small container that’s ready to slip into a purse or bag and head out the door with you, ready for those times that you find yourself with a little extra time on your hands. It’s perfect for travel, doctor’s offices, sporting events or waiting in the carpool lane for school pick-up time!

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Reduce Fabric Waste by Using the Cut and Shift™ Method

Sep 17, 2020 7:45:00 AM / by Emily Tindall posted in GO! Getter, Quilting Tips, National Sewing Month

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To honor National Sewing Month, we're addressing an issue that makes all fabric-lovers cringe: waste. Wasted fabric is never fun! Learn from GO! Getter Emily of Homemade Emily Jane how you can reduce fabric waste while using the AccuQuilt fabric cutting system. 

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All About Precuts

Sep 15, 2020 2:22:59 PM / by Erica Bottger posted in fabric, pre-cuts, Quilting Tips, National Sewing Month

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Ready for more quilting tips for National Sewing Month? Whether you are new to quilting or not, some of the terms in quilt patterns and discussions can be confusing. For example, you might start to think that quilting is really a code word for snacks when you start seeing terms like jelly rolls and layer cakes popping up, and hearing about fat quarters might just seem to confirm that. Don’t worry, these are fabric goodies, and your waistline is safe.

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