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What style of lettering?

Monday, January 30th, 2012

There are so many options when stitching lettering on any project you are making? So, how do you know which one is the best to choose? Ultimately the decision is up to you and what you like the best, but keep in mind the type of project and what theme you are wanting to show […]


Latte Quilt Lessons on DVD – 8 Disc Set + Bonus CD!

Tuesday, October 11th, 2011

The Latte Quilt Lessons on DVD are up and coming! Pre-order now for a special discounted price of $129.99! Sets will start shipping November 1st! The Latte Quilt is an embroidered quilt pattern that is a timeless heirloom with its elegant embroidery and decorative stitches. Although Kerrie Hay provides instructions in her book, the Latte […]


Digging out that tear away stabilizer!

Thursday, September 3rd, 2009

Tear away stabilizer is one of my most widely used stabilizers when I’m stitching embroidery designs. As long as the fabric is appropriate for this stabilizer, I love using it! But sometime it can be a challenge to get out all the little pieces of stabilizer on the back on the design after the stitching […]


See what’s new from Jenny Haskins!

Monday, May 4th, 2009

New and exciting things are always happening on the net! One of the newest ventures is online videos, which I’ve discovered I love! As a consumer and student, it’s quick and easy to “see” the idea, project, technique and can provide a visual guide rather just seeing it in text. As a teacher, it’s a […]


What is Stitching in the Ditch?

Wednesday, August 20th, 2008

Stitching in the ditch is a machine quilting technique where you are stitching directly in a seamline. You use a walking foot to create long rows of straight stitching where the stitches are hidden in the seamline of the fabrics. The goal is to stay in the ditch and not stray outside of the seamline. […]


Sewing room tour – Covering pizza boxes

Tuesday, April 8th, 2008

Covering Pizza Boxes with Fabricby Serena Smithwww.embtreasures.com Pizza boxes are quick and easy to cover with fabric and offer great little storage containers to keep in your sewing room. Watch the video for step-by-step directions as well. Supplieslarge pizza boxpiece of fabric 38″ long x 20-22″ wide1/4 yd Ultra Heat’n’Bond wonderunder or 1 pkg 5/8″ […]


A glimpse of the MarJen for Error Quilt Online Quilt Class

Saturday, March 1st, 2008

Get a glimpse of some video tutorials and the tips and techniques you will learn in taking the MarJen for Error Online Quilt class starting in April! You will receive video tutorials, complete written directions and be able to email me at any time during the class. Plus you will be able to visit and […]


Blind stitch the binding to your quilt

Friday, February 29th, 2008

Hand tacking the binding down to the back of your quilt can be easy and fun to do, especially if you enjoy handwork. Here is a quick and easy way to stitch a blind stitch. Fold the binding to the back of the quilt. Thread a small quilting needle with a single strand of thread […]


Blue tape in your sewing room?

Tuesday, September 18th, 2007

If you were to take a peek in my sewing room, you would find some unusual items inside. One of them is blue painter’s tape! Why would I have this blue tape which is used in conjunction with painting? Good question! Blue painter’s tape is great for taping templates to the fabric with machine embroidery. […]


A Quick Way to Safety Pin Quilts

Wednesday, June 13th, 2007

Safety pins are an absolute must for pin basting quilt layers together to prepare for machine quilting. A large quilt can easily need 500 – 800 pins to adequately keep the layers from shifting. Pinning and unpinning all these pins can be very hard on your hands and fingers. After many broken nails and sore […]

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