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Should You Keep That Fabric?

Is it possible to have too much fabric? If you feel like you have more fabric than you can ever use and your stash is overflowing, you may want to part with some precious fabric. This flowchart can help make some hard decisions.
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Quilt Project Tracker

The printable project tracker will help you keep your current projects and UFOs (unfinished objects) organized.
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How to Repurpose Orphan Blocks in Other Projects

Many quilters make test blocks to try their fabric choices or instructions before they dive into making a quilt. But what do you do with these leftover blocks when they don't make the final project? Our Facebook fans have some great suggestions!
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The Best Sewing Advice Our Readers Have Received

Sometimes a simple tip has a big impact on your sewing life. We asked our Facebook fans what lesson has stuck with them, and here are their answers!
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How to Keep Your Quilt Backing Flat and Smooth

We know it can be a struggle to keep your backing completely smooth while basting it before quilting. We asked our Facebook readers their best tips for getting a flat backing. Here's what they said!
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Prevent Back and Neck Pain While Sewing

Quilting is a physical hobby. We asked our Facebook readers how they prevent pain during a long day of quilting. Here are their responses!
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More Quilting basics

Complete List of Common Quilting Terms

Learn basic quilting terms and search for unknown sewing words with our complete quilting glossary! If we have more information on a term or how-to instructions on a technique, there will be a link within the description, so you can read more or watch a video about the topic.
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Clipping a Curved Seam

When you sew a curved seam, reducing the bulk of the seam allowance before you turn the unit right side out is a must. Clipping the seams is the trick for making the finished outer edges of the curve smooth and flat. Here's how.