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Posts Tagged ‘pressing seams’

Pretty in Plaid – St. Louis 16 Patch finish!

Posted on: September 26th, 2014 by Lorna McMahon

Fall winds and cooler temps are here again.  It seems that summer gets shorter and shorter every year.  This week I took advantage of the opportunity to have one more outdoor photo shoot on the old hay wagon. While working on my weekly posts for the Top 10 Tips for New Quilters series, I was […]

Top 10 Tips for New Quilters – Pressing Seams

Posted on: September 8th, 2014 by Lorna McMahon

This is Week 4 of the Top 10 Tips for new Quilters –  Pressing SeamsFor the complete line up of tips, please see this page. Just what does it mean to press the seams? Because your fabric pieces are sewn together with right sides facing each other, it is necessary to press the seams to […]

Top 10 Tips for New Quilters – Introduction

Posted on: August 12th, 2014 by Lorna McMahon

I spent quite a few hours this past week densely quilting a runner with organic wavy lines.  During these hours, I contemplated how much experience I have gained along the way in my quilting journey.  How many little tips and tricks I have managed to learn.  And I decided there is nothing I wanted more […]