There are only a few more days left in our special National Sewing Month blog series. Today’s post is awesome because you’ll learn a new technique and be walked through each step along the way! If you’re interested in winning our mystery grand prize, all you have to do is leave a comment under any of the posts that include National Sewing Month 2012 in the headline. That’s it! We’re choosing a winner this Saturday and trust us, you want it to be you so comment away.
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Hi! I’m Jennifer Mathis of Ellison Lane Quilts, and I’m excited to be guest blogging at Fave Crafts Blog today! Since it’s National Sewing Month, I’m sharing one of my all-time favorite techniques with you today.
- rotary cutter
- cutting mat
- ruler (I love the Add-A-Quarter ruler but a regular quilting ruler will be fine.)
- fabric glue stick such as Lapel Stick
|This is the back. You are sewing on the printed side of the pattern. Your fabric is beneath the paper.|
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