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September 14, 2018
Clearing my Head from Terificreations's Weblog

My sewing room hasn’t been functioning well for a little while. A non-functioning sewing room isn’t a good place for any quilter. We want so much to be in a space that simply doesn’t work. While on a vid call a few weeks ago I showed part of it, stuff I’d been working on and… Continue reading Clearing my Head

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June 11, 2018
How to Use a Rotary Cutter – FREE Beginner Quilting Videos and Pattern from Quilt Addicts Anonymous

In quilting, accuracy matters. A quilt is basically a giant geometric puzzle. But thankfully that math is pretty easy, and someone else has done it for you. But there are three skills you need to get down in order for your quilts to turn out right: cutting, sewing a quarter-inch seam and pressing.

Here’s the deal, all quilting pieces are cut so that when you sew a quarter-inch seam, the pieces end up the perfect size to fit together to form the design. In some quilts you really need to be right on or it is going to be ...

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May 3, 2018
Cut It Out from Girl x Fabric

Variety is the spice of life.  That’s what they say.  Clearly, that’s why I have 5 rotary cutters. Also, because they are just so pretty.

Rotary Cutter Collection
Olfa Breast Cancer, Fiskars, Olfa Splash, Minc LED cutter, Tula Pink.

I’ve actually added one more…the new pink Olfa Splash cutter (which I received in a Quilty Box but more on that in another post).  What I really want to talk about though is the Tula Pink cutter. #notsponsored

The Tula Pink cutter sells for $89.99 CDN (plus tax) which, let’s be honest, is absolutely ridiculous. I don’t ...

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September 11, 2017
Cutting Circles? With a Rotary Cutter??? from McCall's Quilting

According to the dictionary, a circle is a closed plane curve consisting of all points at a given distance from a point within it called the center. In other words, a circle is round. I’ve tried cutting circles from fabric but it isn’t my favorite thing to do because circles need to be round. Cutting something round from something that moves and stretches (like fabric on the bias) can be complicated.

I love to learn new things and to try new tools so when we got a package of products from Olfa that included the Olfa Rotary Circle ...

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