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In 20 years the little one will be a famous and brilliant seamstress/designer!
 
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Sew this cuddly and colorful pinwheel quilt block that can then be transformed into a fun pillowcase using cuddle aka minky fabric!  This free sewing video from Angel at FleeceFun for Shannon Fabrics features “Cuddle Charms” pre-cut fabrics in Very…
Sew this cuddly and colorful pinwheel quilt block that can then be transformed into a fun pillowcase using cuddle aka minky fabric!  This free sewing video from Angel at FleeceFun for Shannon Fabri...
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Designer, pattern maker and sewing instructor Steffani Lincecum teaches you how to identify and use 11 of the most common sewing feet. Start with zipper and buttonhole feet, then learn how to use b...
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Quilted Fabric Postcard by RHONDA LEE MORRISON  http://sew-whats-new.com/photo/quilted-fabric-postcard  
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  CB Crafty Corner designed this easy *Star Crossing table runner for a Christmas swap last year, I thought I'd share it with you because it's a quick and fun quilting project that does not ha...
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Susan is an Internet entrepreneur, mother of two, and stepmother to three. Her first sewing project was a despised, mangled, and unidentifiable "apron" that she contemplated setting afire behind her junior high school. Susan finally developed an interest in sewing in her twenties from her mother, who is an accomplished seamstress. She also has become a sewing machine, fabric, and notions hoarder. Susan has sewn – and ripped apart – everything from a crazy-quilt to boat covers and outdoor patio umbrellas. She believes that true sewing talent is not necessarily how well you sew a project the first or even second time, but how creatively you are able to fix or cover up your inevitable mistakes. Susan has lived all across Canada and has settled in the Maritimes. You can reach her here.