Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Giveaway Day :: Fabric Bundle

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It's time for another Giveaway Day from Sew, Mama, Sew! What a terrific way to get acquainted with lots of crafty bloggers, Instagram feeds, and facebook pages while entering all sorts of giveaways for sewing supplies and handmade items.

This year, I have two giveaways! First up is a fat-quarter bundle of Elizabeth Hartman's second fabric line, Pacific from Robert Kaufman Fabrics, which just happens to be inspired by the Pacific Northwest Coast. [Click here to see the second giveaway - two patterns by Yoshiko Jinzenji - on Instagram!]



For a chance to win, just leave a comment on this post sharing one quilting tutorial or pattern found online that you turn to again and again. The giveaway will close Sunday, December 11 at 5 p.m. PST, and I will announce a randomly chosen winner soon after.



***I am happy to ship internationally. Please include an email address in your comment if it is not accessible through your profile. If you win and I can't find your email easily, I won't hesitate to choose another winner.***

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242 comments:

  1. Pretty pretty! If I won this bundle...it would take me down memory lane to when I lived back in Portland!

    My go to tutorial is from SOTAK: http://sotakhandmade.blogspot.com/2012/12/installing-zipper-closure-in-pillow.html

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  2. My regular go to is Emmaline Bag's zipper pockets tutorial! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  3. Love the bundle bunnies. Every year I visit Sew Like Mama for her stocking tutorial. Thanks for the giveaway, grinnie1961 at gmail dot com

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  4. Beautiful fabrics. My go to tutorial is for the boxy pouch @ pinkxstitches.blogspot.com

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  5. Great fabric bundle! For an easy baby quilt I always go to: http://seekatesew.com/modern-ombre-bw-triangle-quilt-tutorial-pattern/

    craftinomicon at gmail dot com

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  6. I'm usually looking for quick and easy. My favorite is http://jacquelynnesteves-shop.com/collections/quilt-patterns/products/cozy-afternoon-block-of-the-month-quilt-pattern-digital. I'll turn to this one for quick quilt gifts.
    kayew54@gmail.com

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  7. what an awesome giveaway! there are so many awesome tutorials online. One I enjoyed making this year was While she naps Josephine doll, a perfect little gift for girls http://whileshenaps.com/2014/12/free-pattern-josephine-doll.html

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  8. Here's one I really like http://fabricmutt.blogspot.com/2016/05/spectrum-clutch-tutorial.html
    Spectrum Clutch. I have sewn it and it is the size I like and it makes up very nicely. Thank you, peterstankovich@comcast.net

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  9. That is such beautiful fabric! Thanks for a great giveaway! I love Noodlehead's Open Wide Zipper Pouch.

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  10. I always go back to Cluck Cluck Sew's machine binding tutorial for every quilt. http://cluckclucksew.com/2013/01/machine-binding-tutorial.html

    squidlebees @ gmail. com

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  11. This is a pattern I just found and made last week and already plan to make another!
    http://hyacinthquiltdesigns.blogspot.com/2011/01/garden-fence.html?m=1

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  12. I have been following the Splendid Sampler. 2 blocks a week for one year created by many designers. I'm behind, but plan to catch up soon! http://www.thesplendidsampler.com

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  13. http://www.mccallsquilting.com/mccallsquilting/articles/Quilt_Binding___Joining_the_Ends I almost always refer to this or a similar tutorial for joining the ends on binding.

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  14. I have to say I normally do not like repeating something I have made but I love this block and have made it three times. http://www.ladyharvatine.com/2015/01/lamqg-bom-2015-january.html

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  15. The one tutorial no quilter should miss is Leanne's on sewing curves (http://www.shecanquilt.ca/p/links-to-tutorials-qals-stuff.html). It's a very short video of an absolutely foolproof method, and NO PINS needed! Try Leanne's method and you'll be turning out Drunkard's Path units almost as quickly as HSTs!

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  16. Most of the quilts that I've made have been my own design or something from my grandmother. However, I have had my eye on these simple HST patterns for a long time, so hopefully they will become a frequently used: http://makingmorewithless.blogspot.ca/2012/11/half-square-triangle-quilt-layouts.html

    I think I'm not a no-reply, but just in case: jhunsberger (at) gmail (d0t) c0m

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  17. I keep returning to Cluck, Cluck, Sew's machine binding tutorial: http://cluckclucksew.com/2013/01/machine-binding-tutorial.html

    allisonpogany at gmail.com

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  18. Such lovely fabrics- thanks for the giveaway!

    I love the binding tutorial here- I have watched it a dozen times and it helped me beautiful mitered corners:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0vCWpxBRs20

    onehotstove AT gmail DOT com

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  19. http://ayumills.blogspot.co.uk/2010/08/tutorial-lunch-bag.html
    I've made a few of these as gifts, and I've really liked how they turned out.

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  20. Love the Pacific Northwest. Rain drops and rabbits!

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  21. FREE Pattern - Tumbling Charms Quilt by Farm Fresh Fabrics

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  22. Cute bundle!
    I keep going back to Sotak Handmade Tutorial on zippers for pillows.
    http://sotakhandmade.blogspot.com/2012/12/installing-zipper-closure-in-pillow.html
    Finishes the pillows beautifully!
    Thanks for the chance to win.

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  23. I love Cluck Cluck Sew's Scrappy Strips Quilt tutorial. I've made it twice and will do so again - because who doesn't have lots of random strips of fabric laying around? Well, ok, maybe non-quilters don't! annesimonot@sasktel.net

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  24. I like the Pleated Tote from a long thread!

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  25. My go to tutorial is Mary's Quilts Quick Strippie for my donation quilts.

    tushay3 (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  26. I go to a pillowcase tutorial, with photos. I know--it only has 3 seems, but I need just that little refresher. Also, I enjoyed your Crosscut X blocks so much I used it for my small group "Alice in Wonderland" challenge. I'll tag you when we do the reveal next year!

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  27. I use SOTAK's tutorial how to install a zipper closure in a pillow.

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  28. I love Jenny's tutorials on Missouri Quilt on youtube along with fatquartershops youtube tutorials too. Not just one in specific ;). Great fabrics by the way!

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  29. I find different inspiration everywhere, love improv, but I cruise moda bake shop often to find what's going on out there & find interesting patterns to try,
    Caltexgal@aol.com

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  30. I found a visual reference (with math) for cutting setting triangles so the edges are not bias:
    http://www.stcroixquilters.com/setting%20triangles.htm
    It's a keeper & I share with other quilters who ask

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  31. What a perfectly lovely giveaway!! Although I have it mostly memorized, my most used tutorial is a Skillet Handle Holder, by Deby of So Sew Easy, a guest post/tutorial on Ellison Lane, from several years ago, holiday edition:)

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  32. http://so-sew-easy.com/phone-charger-holder/
    I made these for stuffers this year.. I think it is a great little idea!

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  33. Wow - tough question! I google whatever info I need at the moment so I'm trying to think of what I've used more than once. I've made two open wide zip pouches by noodlehead, so maybe that one? Or the Red Pepper quilts joining binding tutorial.

    Hurray for PNW fabrics!

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  34. I've found that recently I keep going to Lori Kennedys Inbox Jaunt for her FMQ design tutorials. They're so easy to follow along.

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  35. I think I've ever done 1 pattern I've found on the internet, & that was a QAL, & I changed the size of the blocks (w/permission, of course). I ~love~ this pattern & am in the process of collecting fabrics for my next one http://quiltstory.blogspot.com/2013/06/lucky-stars-qal-join-us.html

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  36. The only tutorial I've ever used start to finish was the Jelly Roll Race, but I use the internet, especially Pinterest, to find instructions and inspiration all the time!

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  37. The place I keep going back to is Lori Kennedy's Flower Power free motion quilting design. http://theinboxjaunt.com/quilt/free-motion-quilting-tutorials/

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  38. I am a fan of Elizabeth Hartman, and she designed the "new wave" quilt pattern, it was a free download on her blog for a while, but I believe she had now put the pattern in print. I have made this quilt about a dozen times, and each time it turns out different. A very easy make.

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  39. I think the tutorial I have used the most is the binding tutorial from Red Pepper Quilts. http://www.redpepperquilts.com/2009/11/binding-tutorial.html Thanks for the chance to win!

    sarah123quilt [at] gmail {DOT} com

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  40. I don't typically go back to the same project twice so I love that huge variety of tutorials available for projects.

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  41. http://whileshenaps.com/category/sew-with-me/free-patterns I tend to make more stuffed toys than quilts and I've used Abby's patterns a LOT (especially that pickle and crab).

    For quilts I always check out Missouri Quilt Company's youtube channel (the quilts I have made have been from their free tutorial/patterns)

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  42. Well, i keep coming back to noodlehead's wide zipper pouch. I've made sew many of them that's hard to count.xx

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  43. I have used elizabeth hartmans cat block for baby quilt, big people quilts, pot holders etc

    sharongalli@gmail.com

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  44. I love to sew the MiniMoneyBag by Keko.
    http://www.keko-kreativ.de/ebook-minimoneybag/
    greetings, Rike

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  45. I always go back to Jeni Baker's draw string bag. It is wonderful for gift giving.

    lenelson(at)mail(dot)com

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  46. I turn to Missouri Star Quilts and their very quick variations on Disappearing 9 patches and Disappearing pinwheels.

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  47. I use many of Noodlehead's tutorials!

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  48. I used cluck cluck sew for machine binding for a while. Now I know it by heart and don't need to refer back.

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  49. I love SOTAKS tutorial on zippers for pillows! I love to make pillows!
    http://sotakhandmade.blogspot.com/2012/12/installing-zipper-closure-in-pillow.html
    ramonamurray1959atgmaildotcom

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  50. Love the bundle. Mostly I create my own patterns but I do look to pinterest for inspiration. sushikrazy@hotmail.com

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  51. I love this great Lone Star Pattern from Moda Bake Shop:
    http://www.modabakeshop.com/2015/04/jellied-lone-star-quilt.html

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  52. I am always going to u tube to watch binding tutorials

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  53. I always have to google how to put a facing on a quilt.

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  54. I love the jelly roll jam 2 quilt from fat quarter shop x
    Iain.ross30 at gmail dot com

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  55. love this bundle! thanks for the chance to win. :) One tutorial I refer to alot is Noodlehead's Open Wide Zippered Pouch. (http://noodle-head.com/2012/06/open-wide-zippered-pouch-diy-tutorial.html) I usually have to refer to it once a year or so to remind myself of how to on the zipper. :)

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  56. I used Heather Bailey's bias binding tutorial so much I printed it out!

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  57. Hello,

    http://noodle-head.com/2012/06/open-wide-zippered-pouch-diy-tutorial.html

    this is so amazing!

    also love the essex trays

    http://noodle-head.com/2016/07/tiny-treasures-basket-tray-free-pattern.html

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  58. I love noodle head's wide open mouth bags
    http://noodle-head.com/2012/06/open-wide-zippered-pouch-diy-tutorial.html

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  59. I'm not a big one for using tutorials, but some day I'm going to reference SOTAK's zipper enclosure tutorial. I need all the help I can get! Love your great fabrics!

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  60. I love the Dresden plate ruler , made a pillow with that this week

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  61. I love the free Hour Basket tutorial by Kelby Sews (available on Craftsy). Thanks for the giveaway!

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  62. I am a fan of these and Elizabeth Hartman. I would so enjoy this.

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  63. Hi Debbie! www.jaybirdquilts.com has great series for triangle/hexagon patterns. Lots of info and possibilities for different designs and easy cuttings. Thank you for sharing that gorgeus, cute bundle! x Teje
    nerospost(at)gmail(dot)com

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  64. I love the online patterns and tutorials and use many but I think I have made Pink Penguins little drawstring topped basket many times. Also love the 1 hour basket.....and a thousand others.

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  65. I love this thread catcher tutorial for quick gifts http://www.thesewingchick.com/2014/05/tutorial-quilt-as-you-go-thread-catcher.html/

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  66. My favorite was Oh Fransson's Crazy Nine-Patch Lattice Quilt but I believe she has taken the tutorial down.
    Here is another good one:
    http://www.noodle-head.com/2012/06/open-wide-zippered-pouch-diy-tutorial.html

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  67. Crazymomquilts zig zag quilt is one of my favorites. Also anything at Noodlehead.

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  68. I love this tutorial for French seam pillowcases. I've made about eight pairs of pillowcases from it. Thanks tomsmashed peas and carrots for a great tute. Thank you for a great giveaway.

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  69. Oops forgot to add the link:
    http://smashedpeasandcarrots.com/french-seam-pillowcase-set-in-under-30-minutes-tutorial/

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  70. I've made a LOT of In Color Order's drawstring bags.

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  71. The pattern I always turn to is s.o.t.a.k.'s Patchwork table runner. always makes for a quick gift and I get to use all those mini charm packs that I continue to collect!

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  72. One of my favorite tips is Susie's Magic Binding and can be found herr:http://www.freequiltpatterns.info/free-tutorial---susies-magic-binding.htm
    If I win I have a table topper I've been wanting to make. It works great with the colors in my home.

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  73. Excellent question! I use the No Waste-Flying Geese Method about every time I make Flying Geese: http://www.patchpieces.com/files/flyinggeese.pdf.

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  74. I am fun of tutorial and this your zipper tutorial and jacqueline steves flying geese tips are in the top ten and also make 8 HST .

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  75. I love Noodlehead's divided basket pattern - it has so many uses! :) Fun giveaway!

    Bess

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  76. Allison Harris of Cluck, Cluck, Sew is my absolute favourite pattern designer! I have several of her patterns and have used all of them more than once but her Bizzy Kid Quilt Pattern has gotten a serious workout! https://cluckclucksewshop.com/products/bizzy-kid-pattern-125-pdf-pattern

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  77. Love sewing this for new moms http://seekatesew.com/modern-ombre-bw-triangle-quilt-tutorial-pattern/

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  78. I like sotak handmade patterns, available on etsy. Just bought her round storage containers pattern.

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  79. Moda bake shop usually can inspire me
    Caltexgal@aol.com

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  80. I love the fabrics they would be perfect for the One Hour basket tutorial on crafsy I use it all the time

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  81. Lovely fabrics! Good luck to everyone!

    Marikomat@gmail.com

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  82. I love the fabric bundle. I just made a couple of cute patchwork stockings From a tutorial by Jeni Baker of In Color Order that worked up great! Thank you for the chance to win.

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  83. I seem to be constantly making the same handful of little gifts: the Noodle-head wide open pouch, Ayumi Mills' little basket (I forget the name.. if I weren't on my phone I'd look up the tutorial!), and a cathedral window pin cushion, tutorial found by looking up those words on YouTube!

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  84. I love the tutorials at the Missouri Quilt Co.

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  85. I loved reading all of these! Most common free tutorials I use are: In Color Order drawstring bag, Noodlehead's wide-open bag, and Quiltville's Scrappy Trip Around the World quilt. Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

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  86. http://annalsofcreation.blogspot.com/2015/03/my-first-quilt.html
    I would love to this!! Making a clam shell quilt for my sister..
    Thanks for a chance to win. merryorganic@gmail.com

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  87. This one: http://www.bijoulovelydesigns.com/2012/08/quilting-basics-attaching-binding-to.html

    (And why didn't I find it sooner!! So many seam ripping sessions before I did - this is the easiest "fake" angled closure ever! lol)

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  88. so many pretty colors. thanks for the opportunity,

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  89. Red pepper quilts strip block techniques. As a new quilter blogs have been so helpful

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  90. I'm working on one of your Crosscut quilts at the moment so it is probably the one I'm visiting most frequently right now. Thanks!

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  91. My favorite online pattern is "shine bright" round cut gemstones from no hats in the house!

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  92. Leah Day binding video, the best one out there.
    patsystitch@gvtc.com

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  93. I love this patchwork pouch by Julie Hirt :
    http://www.modabakeshop.com/2013/08/quilted-patchwork-pouch.html

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  94. Snappy composition book cover
    Ohioholmam@aol.com

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  95. I love this box tutorial.http://seaside-stitches.blogspot.fr/2013/03/fabric-box-tutorial.html

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  96. My go-to tutorial is the flange binding tutorial on Seams To Be You And Me blog - this totally changed the way I approach doing bindings!

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  97. I like to go to the Missouri Quilt Company for their tutorials.

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  98. Jenny Doan's burrito pillowcase so that I refresh the exact steps when I'm teaching kids to make this favorite "magical pillowcase". https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MrYWCma9wgM

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  99. I'm a new quilter so I have used this binding tutorial and it was awesome! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0vCWpxBRs20&t=15s

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  100. Beautiful giveaway! My go to is Maureen Cracknell's Patchwork (Holiday) pillow. So easy, and fun to make!

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  101. Browsing through your projects and tutorials, I found one I can't wait to try - the Straight Matched Binding! I always use a binding tutorial that I think was from Elizabeth Hartman but I can't find it online now. So glad I printed it off when I did.

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  102. I have made so many open wide pouches using Noodle-head's tutorial that I might have it memorized.

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  103. I use the "Open Wide" zippered pouch tutorial by Noodlehead. It makes great gifts! Many thanks for the great giveaway!
    emyerly(at)outlook(dot)com

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  104. Nice bundle! I have made a few quilts from the video tutorials from Missouri Star Quilt Co. I have also made the Open Wide pouch a few times.

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  105. Great giveaway! Thanks! I have used Tater Chips by Carolyn Vagts at House of White Birches for DMG several times and will use it again because of its simplicity and versatility. cotten.gloria@gmail.com

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  106. What a fun bundle of fabrics! I love the boxy bag tutorial. It's a really great gift that only takes two fat quarters.

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  107. Look away if you're a hand sewn binding enthusiast... I use a variety of tutorials for machine binding, but this one mostly: http://cluckclucksew.com/2013/01/machine-binding-tutorial.html

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  108. I use a pattern by Northcott called Colorado, great pattern.

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  109. I am always heading to Missiour Star quilting to find all the great tutorials.

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  110. I love the journal cover tutorial over at Stitched in Color.

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  111. Any tutorial by Sotak. But I use this one often. http://sotakhandmade.blogspot.com/2012/12/installing-zipper-closure-in-pillow.html

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  112. Love that bunny fabric! One tutorial video I've used several times is by Missouri Quilt Company that helps me join those darned ends of the binding. It tricks me every time!

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  113. http://noodle-head.com/2012/06/open-wide-zippered-pouch-diy-tutorial.html

    I've made so many of these as gifts I've lost track. Always well received and easy to personalize with patchwork or prairie points in the seam. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  114. What a great idea. I'm still a newbie, so I'll be checking out some of these links! I like tartan kiwi's paper piecing tutorials!

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  115. There's a binding tutorial on crazy mom quilts that I look at every time

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  116. I save all my info on my Pinterest page. It includes free patterns, tutorials, and basic info that helps me. Especially if it's binding. My ID is ksmithrn3.

    I'm OCD and am learning to sew garments. I have broken it down into specific categories that include how to make ironing boards, sewing tables, fabric types, how to care for fabric, patterns for specific clothing, tutorials for FMQ/appliqué/binding/basting etc.

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  117. I make a lot of wide open pouches from the noodle head tutorial

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  118. Beautiful giveaway. My go to pattern is the disappearing nine patch. All of the fabrics in a bundle stand out with this design.

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  119. I like the Inbox Jaunt http://theinboxjaunt.com/ for quilting ideas and tutorials.

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  120. I really don't have a specific tutorial I go to time and time again. I love watching and looking at tutorials and go to multiple sites for inspiration.

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  121. I use MSQC and Pinterst for inspiration. I usually just do my thing and don't follow patterns or tutorials.

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  122. I've made a few changing mats from Cluck Cluck Sew. They make great baby shower gifts!

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  123. I'm obsessed witH this tutorial
    http://aquilterstable.blogspot.com/2016/05/crosscut-blocks.html
    Can't wait to actually make it!

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  124. OH my gosh....the bunnies!
    My go to pattern is Noodleheads Open Wide pouch, it always makes a great gift.

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  125. What a great way to collect information on tutorials that people follow! I'm always going back to Leah Day's site for ideas on how to do free motion quilting! http://freemotionquilting.blogspot.com/ Thanks for the chance for these beautiful fabrics!

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  126. I love these little fabric trays: http://www.sewmamasew.com/2010/12/jennifers-fabric-focus-happy-hostess-gift-box-pattern/

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  127. Great fabric . Thank you .
    I go to AGF'so app for free patterns and tutorials most often .
    kcummings71@gmail.com

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  128. Thanks for taking the time to do two different giveaways, Debbie.

    My go to tutorial is for a quick pillowcase: http://lovelylittlehandmades.blogspot.ca/2012/08/a-magic-pillow-case-tutorial.html?m=1

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  129. This one! https://www.purlsoho.com/create/2014/04/18/mollys-sketchbook-simple-lined-zipper-pouches/

    t_ktl at yahoo dot com

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  130. I love making flying geese so this is a great one:
    https://www.connectingthreads.com/tutorials/Flying_Geese-Make_em_fast-two_methods__D15.html

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  131. I keep going back to the tutorials on making a pillow cover with the zipper on the back.
    Love these fabrics. The colors are great!

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  132. I don't think there is one I go to over and over but I love MQC and Podunk Pretties has a pattern I have made a lot and this is a favorite https://weddingdressblue.wordpress.com/2012/03/23/tutorial-fading-charms-quilt/.

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  133. I always go back to my binding tutorial. How to finish the binding. I finally wrote it down, just in case I'm quilting during the zombie apocalypse and don't have the internet.... Ha! Love this fabric line! I'll pass on the other giveaway! Ha!

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  134. Missouri Star's pillow case tutorial...so fun and easy

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  135. Mine is from On the Windy Side - how to install a zipper in a cushion
    http://www.onthewindyside.co.nz/2013/11/how-to-make-cushion-back-with-covered.html

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  136. I really don't have a go to tutorial. I have been thinking up what I would like to make and start working on it. Although Pinterest does have some wonderful inspirations.

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  137. This is a great basic zip pouch!

    http://www.jedicraftgirl.com/2013/06/my-favorite-zipper-pouch-tutorial.html

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  138. This is my go-to tutorial for this year http://www.elmstreetquilts.com/2016/09/bag-it-purse-pack.html that I published as part of my bag it series

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  139. http://noodle-head.com/2012/06/open-wide-zippered-pouch-tutorial-size.html
    I use this tutorial for the open wide zippered pouch from Noodlehead over and over. I always seem to need to make one for somebody.

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  140. Love Cluck Cluck Sew's tute for the Strips and Squares quilt-quick and effective.

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  141. What a lovely bundle! Thanks Debbie! And a great question...I am going to scroll through these for new ideas! I too have to say my go-to tutorial is Anna of Noodlehead's Open Wide Pouch tutorial. It was the pattern that got me started on zippered pouches and is makes such a nice quick gift!

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  142. http://makingmorewithless.blogspot.ca/2012/11/half-square-triangle-quilt-layouts.html great ideas with HST

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  143. Do video tutorials count? If they do, then Leah Day's machine quilting tutorials on The Free Motion Quilting Project are my salvation.

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  144. I love the bold colors! I don't have a go to pattern yet. I'm new to quilting so I'm trying to get more experience and try a different thing each time.

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  145. I haven't made many quilts ({yet}) but I love the 3 dudes jelly roll pattern!

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  146. Hi Debbie! I like to use No Waste-Flying Geese Method Flying Geese: http://www.patchpieces.com/files/flyinggeese.pdf. Flying geese are one of my favorites, they sort of fit into everything!

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  147. I like Jenny at Missouri start quilt company's all tutorials. Here is the one I love: a tote bag tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S7i6Wrl4rZ8

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  148. I go to SewCanShe.com over and over when looking for a tutorial.

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  149. My oft visited tutorials are on Heather Mulder Peterson's blog, Trends and Traditions. She has one for cutting bias binding that is so easy to do, and it comes out perfectly every time. And her other tutorial that I just used again this week is for binding corners that are over 90 degrees. It is top notch. Her scalloped binding one is also great. I'd love to take a class from her.

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  150. So Much Ado's baby peasant dress is a favorite. I also go to Crazy Mom Quilts for quilting tutorials. Sew Can She is a great one, too. Really I could go on and on, but those are my favorites!

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  151. It looks like this is very popular. But I love noodle head's wide open mouth bags
    http://noodle-head.com/2012/06/open-wide-zippered-pouch-diy-tutorial.html

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  152. Noodlehead's zipper pouch! http://noodle-head.com/2012/06/open-wide-zippered-pouch-diy-tutorial.html

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  153. I don't really have one go to tutorial - I try so many different ones! Right now, I am gearing up to try your Improv layered circle.

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  154. I tend to go to Missouri Star Jenny Doans you tubes a lot.
    quilting dash lady at Comcast dot net

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  155. how fun -- my go to pattern / tutorial is the easy geese method that makes 4 geese at a time http://www.generations-quilt-patterns.com/no-waste-flying-geese-quilt-blocks.html
    karmawillow @ Yahoo.com

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  156. I really like this pleated zipper pouch: http://itsjustsewing.com/the-pleated-zipper-pouch-tutorial/

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  157. I am more of a garment sewist. The pattern I turn to again and again is the Sorbetto top (free!) from Colette patterns. Simple and beautiful

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  158. Lovely fabric! One of my go-to patterns is Anna Graham (Noodlehead)'s open wide pouch - so great for gift-giving! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  159. One of my favorite go to patterns is the one hour basket at Craftsy: https://www.craftsy.com/sewing/patterns/1-hour-basket-tutorial/236408

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  160. I've been working on the blossom heart quilts modernhst quilt sampler and find myself using those hst tutorials -- 2 at a time, 4, and 8 at a time. So helpful.

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  161. I really don't have a tutorial that I've used frequently. But I have found some good ones in reading through all the comments. I checked out several of them and ended up pinning them to my Pinterest board. Thank you!

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  162. Noodlehead's open wide pouch!

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  163. One of my most used is Noodlehead's Open Wide pouch. For quilting I always have to refer to one of several tutorials on joining the ends of the binding.

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  164. I use Bonnie Hunter's directions for making square in a square blocks. You can find it here. http://quiltville.blogspot.com/2005/06/square-in-square-tutorial.html
    Thanks for the opportunity.

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  165. Carole from My Carolina Home shared her Scrap Dance Tango quilt which was great fun

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  166. Jeni Baker from In Color Order's drawstring bag tutorial. jacklynnsteven@netzero.com

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  167. Fat Quarter Shop has a pattern using charm packs that is great for baby quilts.

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  168. I saw this one the other day and think it would be great. http://www.diaryofaquilter.com/2016/12/quick-cornerstone-quilt-tutorial.html
    Thanks for participating in the Giveaway Day.

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  169. I use the modern log cabin from Jackie at Tallgrass Prairie Studio. Thanks for the opportunity to enter the giveaway. (shirparks@gmail.com)

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  170. These adorable jewelry bags! https://emilytaylordesign.com/tutorial-jewelry-travel-bag/

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  171. Emilyste7ens at gmail dot com I just love this drawstring bag pattern, great to use instead of wrapping paper. http://www.incolororder.com/2011/10/lined-drawstring-bag-tutorial.html?m=1

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  172. This one: http://www.favequilts.com/Throws-and-Lap-Quilts/Modern-Geometric-Quilt-Pattern

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  173. My favourite pattern is Swoon, by Camille at Thimbleblossoms - I have made the quilt, a few mini quilts, pillow, used the block in a bag and recently did a cross stitch hoop for a necklace using this design. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  174. I like http://www.shecanquilt.ca/p/links-to-tutorials-qals-stuff.html
    Lots of good info.
    Thanks,
    Peggy
    peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

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  175. i've used the oval box bag tutorial multiple times - though i don't think it's a free tutorial anymore. It's a fun one to make for gifting!

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  176. Red pepper quilts, strip piecing postage stamp quilts, great time savers and it has great ironing instructions.
    The prints on these fabrics a awesome! Thanks for the chance.

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  177. What a great giveaway! I have made and given away over 600 reusable shopping bags from the following quick & simple free pattern http://www.morsbags.com/get-involved/pattern-download-links/ They are great to wrap around presents, too, instead of wrapping paper! xx

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  178. I don't have the link anymore...but it is a pattern inspired by Granny Squares in crochet that is now a quilt pattern. So fun and quick.

    Deborah
    Pink Scissors Design on Etsy
    pinkscissorsdesign @gmail .com

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  179. I have made several quilts using Jenny Doan's tutorials on Missouri Quilts. Here is the Disappearing Hourglass link.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xXggafOP230
    I also like the disappearing nine patch, four patch and pinwheel quilts.
    They look like you have done lots of work but they are quite easy.
    judybarr @ iearn dot org dot au

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  180. Thank you for the lovely giveaway! My go to tutorial is on Jaybird quilts - the tutorials for binding quilts!

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  181. Beautiful colors to represent the coast. The pattern I turn to for children's gifts is the Ruby Lou Doll pattern. She is always well received. http://www.sewmuchado.com/shop/ruby-lou-doll-pdf-pattern

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  182. Happy Holidays to you! I can't seem to remember how to make continuous bias binding to save my life also I am constantly looking that up every time I get to that step in my quiltmaking! Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

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  183. The Stitching Room 'Thread holder' tutorial. I've made a bunch of these. Cutest thread catcher ever!

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  184. Flourishing Palms (Linda Hungerford) has a great tutorial on how to make machine mitered corners on binding. You never have to worry about ending up with a seamed piece of binding at the corners. http://flourishingpalms.blogspot.com/2009/06/binding-tutorial_12.html
    sjvonfumetti at yahoo dot com

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  185. Did you know you're linked up in the "Willing to ship to US only" link? I only found this as I'm a follower so it popped up in my feed.
    I don't tend to make the same thing more than once, though I've made a rainbow set of these: http://negligentstylee.blogspot.co.uk/2014/01/tutorial-scrappy-vinyl-pouches.html

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  186. I make these lined drawstring bags all the time.
    http://www.incolororder.com/2011/10/lined-drawstring-bag-tutorial.html
    Thank you!

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  187. I always use this one: http://www.makeit-loveit.com/2010/07/piecing-and-binding-quilt.html

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  188. Honestly I use the hour basket constantly, also the burrito pillowcase!

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  189. There are quilts being made from Jelly Bars. They are easy to follow and does not take long to complete. You can buy the Jelly Bars as well as the Jelly Bar Book from the Fat Quarter Shop. They are usually lap-size quilts. I made one for me Mom and I am so happy with it. Thank you for being a part of the SMS Giveaway. We all want fabric and we all want to win fabric. Your fat quarter bundle will be appreciated as well as being used in a quilt. Wishing you Happy Holidays.

    Sandi Timmons
    sandit1@sbcglobal.net

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  190. I find myself turning to Sveltana's blog and tutorials again and again at s.otakhandmade.blogspot. so much goodness@!!

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  191. I often rewatch Jenny Doan's binding tutorial from MSQC. Jenny's tutorials are so easy to follow!!!

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  192. I keep using Patchery Menagerie's "Liberated Birds" tutorial

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  193. I have downloaded the printable HST pages from Quilting and Whatnot and I am always printing more when I have alot of half square triangle blocks to make:
    http://quiltingandwhatnot.ca/Half-Square-Triangle.html
    What a great timesaver!

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  194. There are a couple of tutorials on how to machine bind a quilt and how to finish the binding without any weird interruptions in the fabric. Those are the two (other than clothing patterns) tutorials I turn to most.

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