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.
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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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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Feb
16

Copyright Laws; The Double-Edged Sword

Copyright Laws; The Double-Edged Sword

“Copyright”; that’s a term heard often these days, but what does it all mean? Believe me, I really don’t know all the answers, but it’s a subject I’ve been wanting to toss around for a long time, and Facebook just didn’t seem like quite the right forum. So I’m going to address some of the issues here, and I HOPE that you all will chime in at the end of the article and make comments or suggestions. I think it’s important that we all become more learned on the subject.

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Feb
02

Decisions, Decisions...

Decisions, Decisions...

Asian Arcs quilt"Asian Arcs" by authorWhen I started my latest quilt (Asian Arcs), as I was working on it, I began to wonder how other quilters choose their next project.

For me, after I complete a “show” quilt, I usually feel completely spent and mentally fatigued, so I just want to work on a “no-brainer” quilt just to enjoy the process, the colors, the fabrics.

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