Most Recent

Pumpkin Tea Towel

For quick fall decor, machine-appliqué shapes to a purchased tea towel. Fabrics are from various Kim Diehl collections for Henry Glass & Co.
Read More

Spring to Life Tote

Personalize a purchased reusable carryall by machine-appliquéing whimsical shapes on one side. Fabrics are from the Bee Basics collection by Lori Holt for Riley Blake Designs.
Read More

Bright Bloom Pincushion

Practice your embroidery with a flower pincushion featuring both machine- and hand-stitched embellishments. Fabrics are from various Tonga batik collections by Timeless Treasures Fabrics.
Read More

Secrets for Perfect Appliqué Points and Curves

Jody Sanders shares pivoting tricks for getting perfect appliqué stitches around outside curves, inside curves, and points.
Read More

10 Tips for Needle-Turn Appliqué

These tips will help you improve your needle-turn appliqué experience and results.
Read More

Holiday Appliqué Quilts

Feature holiday motifs and festive shapes on projects of all sizes with these creative Christmas applique patterns. Mix and match designs to stitch up the perfect project to deck your halls!
Read More

More Appliqué

No-Sew Fusible Web

No-sew fusible web is a sheet-type adhesive used to bond layers of fabric without sewing. Use no-sew fusible web to make quick appliqués that add style and personality to readymades. Look for no-sew fusible web in packaged sheets or rolls, or by the yard in fabric and crafts stores. 
Read More

No-Fear Machine Appliqué: These Stitches Are Our Go-Tos!

Take the fear out of machine appliqué! Jody Sanders shows you our favorite machine-appliqué stitches that are on most sewing machines. See examples of each one and learn about different ways to use them.
Read More

Machine Minute: Zig-Zag Stitch for Fusible Applique

Ready to try applique? Using fusible web is a great way to start. Learn more about this technique.