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Tips for Stitching in the Ditch
Stitch-in-the-ditch means quilting along the seams where your pieces come together. This method allows stitches to disappear into the seam, which makes a block or unit stand out from its background. You can use this method all on its own, or you can pair it up with more intricate quilting throughout your quilt.
Quilting with Moxie: Using Rulers
Rulers can help you quilt straight, accurately spaced lines. Beth reveals the accessories you need to get started with rulers, shares tips for stitching in the ditch, and demonstrates how to use a straight line ruler. Learn more about the Moxie here.
Quilting with Moxie: Filling Large Spaces
Beth shares several ideas for designs that can be scaled up to fill the large open spaces of your quilt top. Watch Quilting with Moxie: Easy Hourglass Designs for ideas for sashing and hourglass blocks here. Need more ideas? Click here to view Minute Motifs from Handi Quilter. Learn more about the Moxie here.
Quilting with a Moxie: Easy Hourglass Option
Beth demonstrates beginner-friendly quilting designs for sashing and hourglass blocks. Learn more about the Handi Quilter Moxie here.
Tool School: NEW Handi Quilter Moxie Longarm Quilting Machine
The Handi Quilter Moxie is a brand-new affordable long-arm quilting machine. Beth shows some of the features and advantages of the Moxie. Forget basting with pins or cramming quilts through a domestic machine. Quickly get to stitching with the machine’s straightforward features, easy-to-use controls, and space to get creative. Click here to learn more.
Our Best Tips for Straight-Line Quilting
Straight-line quilting looks great and is easy to do on a home sewing machine. Beth shares our best tips for straight-line quilting and offers several design ideas. Download the crosshatch quilting diagram here.
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