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September 10, 2018
New Angela Walters Rulers are Here and I’m so Excited! from Quilted Joy

If you’ve been following longarm machine quilting online, you’ve probably heard of Angela Walters. She a super sweet longarm and domestic machine quilter who creates some really phenomenal quilts. In 2017 she teamed up with Creative Grids to create fun and unique machine quilting rulers. And now she’s at it again with three brand new rulers for your longarm and home sewing machine! Let’s take a look at the new Angela Walters rulers.

Get to Know Taj, Chevy, and Elvira

Angela Walters Rulers - Chevy quilting ruler, Taj quilting ruler, and Elvira quilting ruler

The three newest rulers designed by Angela Walters are Chevy, Taj, and Elvira. Don’t you ...

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July 16, 2018
All Gussied Up: Fabric Collage Penguin from Quilted Joy

I have been waiting to show you this since the Spring and I can finally reveal it! I’d like to introduce you to my friend Guss.

Isn’t he fabulous? You may have noticed that we are in love with the Laura Heine style fabric collage animals here. Our students have made a bunch of them. Penguins are my spirit animal so I wanted to create my own using a line drawing. Here’s a photo of him in progress taped to my wall.

I used Steam a Seam 2 which is sticky and repositionable which allowed me to ...

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June 14, 2018
New Paper Pantographs Available! from Quilted Joy

Do you ever find yourself needing to freshen things up a bit? I was feeling that way about some of the paper pantographs available in the shop. So I’ve changed things up, and now have some exciting new designs available for you! For our longarm renters, don’t be worried. All your old favorites are still here for you to use, you’ll just also have access to a baker’s dozen additional new designs.

Quilted Joy has added to it's collection of Paper Pantographs! Check out the new designs available now!

When picking the new designs, we tried to keep the same mix of themes that we had before. If we were removing a flower ...

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