March 29, 2017 Quilt Batting: Your Questions Answered: It seems that we all have questions about which quilt batting should be used in our quilt projects. Many have favorites that they have used for years. However, the makers of quilt batting and the types of quilt batting to buy has exploded. The elements discussed in this blog on quilt batting can help you ask the right questions to choose the best product for any given project. It is wise to understand how you want your project to be used and ask questions accordingly to determine the best batt for your quilting project. The topics in this blog are organized to reflect the likely order of your needs: Project purpose; project construction and use; quilt batting materials; quilt batting properties; and quilt batting makers links. Read all the way through to connect your goals with the best product.
Butterfly Tote using Fabric Inks by Neva Cole. This is an article from Tsukineko Inks and is about using ink on Fabric. I will be posting more projects using inks on fabric. I hope you will find this information useful. If you are interested in purchasing any of the items mentioned in this article, please email joe@QuiltersTreasure.com for pricing and availability.
This is an article from Tsukineko Inks and is about using ink on Paper. I will be posting information about using inks on fabric. I hope you will find this information useful. If you are interested in purchasing any of the items mentioned in this article, please email joe@QuiltersTreasure.com for pricing and availability.
It is important to understanding batting. We spend months or years creating our top. Educating yourself about the various types of batting can make a big difference in how the finished quilt will look. Batting is visible between the top and the backing so take some time to read about batting from one of the leaders in the industry. For more information you can contact Hobbs at http://www.hobbsbatting.com/products/by-the-yard-products/ We are proud to have Hobbs as one of our sponsors for the Quilters Treasure Challenge.
This is from another one of our generous sponsors for our Quilters Treasure Challenge. With their permission we are publishing this in a series of articles that we found useful. We hope you enjoy this. For more information you can visit the YLI web site at http://www.ylicorp.com/ Please visit our site for rules and entry form for the 13th Annual Quilters Treasure Challenge.
This is an article found on The Colonial Needle Company web site. With their permission we are posting this helpful information. We will continue to post articles to better educate our fellow quilters. If you have an article you feel would be of interest Please send it to Bobbie at firstname.lastname@example.org. If it is not an article written by you, please get permission from the author. To see more information go to their web site at http://colonialneedle.com/all-about-needles.html Please visit our site for rules and entry form for the 13th Annual Quilters Treasure Challenge.
The art of marbling has been a popular decorative technique in Europe since the 17th century. It was originially used to adorn paper with colorful patterns reminiscent of veined marble; additional patterns have been developed over time.
Welcome to the New Quilter's Treasure website! Update on new web site. This is our 3rd try to get a new and improved web site. It is an E-Commerce site and we will be able to offer more services and options. The one thing we have stated is that it must be simple and fun to use, informative and easy for Bobbie to maintain. We do not want to be dependent on a Web Master. The original web site was a good start by Brian and we outgrew it. The next website launched late March 2014. The format was simple but very limited. It gave us no room to grow. Adding new products slow down the site. We had stopped adding products & information. Bobbie was frustrated she could not post the winners of the 11th Challenge. We are changing from Aorta to an E-Commerce site The link will remain the same www.QuiltersTreasure.com Please contact us at joe@QuiltersTreasure.com or 603-532-4844 for information not available at this time. Your feed back is welcome and encouraged. Thank you for your patience. Bobbie & Joel