Quilt Design Ideas

February 19, 2019
How to quilt fabric panels
Fabric Panels present a unique opportunity to play with new machine quilting techniques in a fairly low stakes environment. So, why not use them to practice upon and grow your free motion quilting skills a bit?
February 12, 2019
APQS Video Tutorial: Windy Pebble
In this APQS Video Tutorial, APQS Dealer and Educator Angela Huffmann shares a border design called Windy Pebble.
December 4, 2018
APQS Video Tutorial: Feathered Arches
In this video tutorial, APQS Dealer and Educator Angela Huffman demonstrates a border design that's very formal - perfect for traditional quilts. It's called Feathered Arches. Happy quilting!
October 2, 2018
APQS Video Tutorial: Twin Tulips
In this video tutorial, APQS Educator and Dealer Angela Huffman shows you how to quilt this sweet border design we like to call "Twin Tulips." It's perfect for your baby quilts.
August 7, 2018
APQS Video Tutorial: Daffodil
In this APQS Video Tutorial APQS Dealer and Educator Angela Huffman shares a sweet little border design we call "Daffodils" that is perfect for your next baby quilt!
June 5, 2018
APQS Video Tutorial: Daisy Love
In this APQS video tutorial, APQS Dealer and Educator Angela Huffman, shows you the "Daisy Love" design. It combines a heart motif with a fun little daisy and a swirl.
May 8, 2018
How to stitch Molar Feathers
This feather variation is related to the basic Longarm Feather, which is formed independently of any adjacent feathers.
May 1, 2018
APQS Video Tutorial: Daisy Brambles
In this tutorial Angela Huffman, APQS Dealer and Educator, shows you how to create a sweet design we call "Daisy Brambles." It's fun and flowy and would be perfect for a kids quilt.
April 3, 2018
APQS Video Tutorial: Decorative Beadboard
In this video tutorial, APQS Dealer and Educator Angela Huffman dresses up a typical beadboard or piano key border design. Which one do you like best?
March 6, 2018
How to quilt Twisted Feather variations
In this article we explore another variation on the feather - we call this one the twisted ribbon feather. It is loosely based on a curled feather variation...
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