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Naming your quilt before or after your quilting project is important as the name of your quilt will most likely remain forever. There are quilt instructions for preparing a label, but no instructions on how to name your quilt....
Sewing threads hold everything together when you are sewing either by hand or machine. When buying the threads, one of the most important factors that you should consider is the quality of the thread. A good quality sewing thread...
Good Effects of Knitting for Your Body Most expectant moms would want to create memorable pieces for our lil' ones. That is why we invest most of our time in learning new crafts such as knitting. We browse for nice...
Knitting needles are a must for knitters (obviously!), but they aren't the other useful tool you need to have in your basket. Everyone has their favorite type. For the beginner, it's best to ask your teacher what to start...
Just learned to knit? Got books from the library with nice patterns? Sometimes when you knit it, it doesn't look like the picture from the book. You can do 2 things. Pay for a knitting class at a local...
Someone once said that if you can find something you enjoy doing, and then learn how to make money off of it, you'll never have to work another day of your life! To most people that sounds too good to...
Knitting without needles Do you want to knit but can't quit get the hang of working with two needles? I do understand trying to hold two needles and work the yarn at the same time can be a bit confusing...
Love to knit? Turn your knitting hobby into a small business! Knitting is a craft that has been around for centuries, but in our fast paced world of being able buy everything and anything, often hand crafting items has gone...
Start making plans to open your quilting business and operate from your home, a rental location, or a commercial building which you own. Make money quilting a personal stash to sell, represent other quilters, sell quilting services, and retail...
The color wheel consists of twelve colors. The three primary are red, yellow and blue. The three secondary are orange, green and violet. The remaining six are known as complementary. And then there is more...Quilt color is of concern...