Designer of quilt patterns with a mid-century modern flavor. Author of The Quilter’s Appliqué Workshop and presenter of Start Appliqué on Craftsy. Read More
Organize your desk with this handy pouch pockets organizer!
Whether you're a worker bee in the sewing room or the office, this organizer will sort you out.
The Quilter’s Appliqué Workshop Blog Tour starts today on my blog. See a virtual trunk show of some projects from the book, then leave a comment to enter the grand-prize giveaway!
Take my quiz on Quilting Daily to find out what type of appliqué is right for you!
I used to be afraid of applique because the first time I tried it, I didn’t know the right tools to help me along the way; my poor little leaves were so frayed and my stitches were all over the place! If only I had this book back then to ease my fears. . . . Kevin Kosbab really covers everything in this book, and makes applique very user-friendly and fun to do!Jenna of Connecting Threads
This is the basic blanket stitch: one stitch forward, one to the left, back to the right, repeat. No reverse motion takes place. For machine appliqué, this is my preferred blanket stitch.
Download this free pattern for a heart, the perfect shape for trying out appliqué techniques.
From February 20–28, The Quilter’s Appliqué Workshop is hitting the road! (In a virtual sense, that is.) Follow along as we spread the joy of appliqué across the Internet—get the schedule here.
Kay Mackenzie interviews me on All About Applique...enter for a chance to win a copy of the book!