Tips and Tricks for Better Machine Quilting

Cindy Seitz-Krug shares her knowledge gained from over two and a half decades of machine quilting award-winning quilts on a home sewing (domestic) machine.

Cindy Seitz-Krug has been quilting for more than twenty years. Her heirloom machine quilting on a home sewing machine has earned her hundreds of awards at national and international quilt shows. Cindy loves sharing her knowledge with beginning as well as experienced machine quilters from all over the country. She teaches at local guilds as well...

Cindy Seitz-Krug has been quilting for more than twenty years. Her heirloom machine quilting on a home sewing machine has earned her hundreds of awards at national and international quilt shows. Cindy loves sharing her knowledge with beginning as well as experienced machine quilters from all over the country. She teaches at local guilds as well as national quilt shows. Her classes range from beginning machine quilting all the way up to advanced heirloom machine quilting. Cindy has two on-line classes with iquilt.com, and has published a book on grid-based quilting designs entitled “The Grid Design Workbook”. She also enjoys judging quilt shows and has co-authored “A Guide to Judged Quilt Shows”.

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May
08

How Do You Eat an Elephant?

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People ask me all the time, “How do you quilt such large quilts on a home sewing machine?” To them, the task seems overwhelming. But my standard answer to that question is, “How do you eat an elephant? One bite at a time!” And it’s the same concept for quilting a large quilt (or any quilt for that matter).

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Apr
24

Does Thread Tension Ever Make YOU Tense?

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I’ve been teaching machine quilting classes for more than two decades now, and I’d have to say that the NUMBER ONE issue (problem) that machine quilters deal with is thread tension. So, I’ve decided to attack this behemoth issue, and really get down in the weeds about it. I hope that after this “in-depth” discussion on the subject, it will become vastly more clear to you how the threads in your machine work, and you will have the tools (knowledge) to solve your own thread tension problems in the future.

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Apr
12

Great Britain Through the Eyes of a Quilter

Great Britain Through the Eyes of a Quilter

Now that my trip to Great Britain is complete, as promised, I am going to share some of my photos and insights regarding the many quilting related inspirational things I saw on the trip.

As you can imagine, the countries of Great Britain were absolutely BEAUTIFUL!

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Mar
07

Through the Eyes of a Quilter

Through the Eyes of a Quilter

A week from tomorrow I will leave the White Mountains of Arizona and fly to Boston to meet up with my daughter, and then the following day we will fly across the Atlantic to spend 10 days in Great Britain. Needless to say, I’m really excited about this trip! My last trip to Great Britain was 35 years ago, when I was 18. This trip is a long time in the making!

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Feb
28

What's the Deal with Cats and Quilters?

What's the Deal with Cats and Quilters?

Well, after my last blog discussing copyright issues in the world of quilting, I decided to do something a bit more lighthearted (and brief) this go-around. So, I thought I’d talk a bit about the strange relationship between quilters and cats, quilts and cats, cats and quilts, cats and quilters...

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