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Learn techniques to transform volumes of fabric scraps into beautiful scrap quilts.
Learn sewing techniques for Ponte knit and add a stylish swing-jacket to your wardrobe.
Make your own fashion statement when you stitch this stylish and versatile knit tunic.
Explore the use of color and design while using fabric strips to construct quilt blocks.
Learn techniques to transform fabric strips into beautiful quilts to decorate your home.
Nancy and guest Lori Kennedy show how sketching before stitching builds muscle memory.
See how fun and approachable free-motion machine quilting can be with guest Lori Kennedy.
Nancy shares ideas to get you out of a pinch with novel uses for ordinary household items.
Eighth grade students learned life lessons by participating in the Quilts of Valor project
Operation Chemo Comfort, inspired by a cancer patient who prepare & deliver care packages.
When a child is seriously ill, the gift of a handmade doll provides hope and comfort.
Oneida Nation Dreams Alive Beading Circle share the revival of Iroquois Raised Beadwork.
Tammy Roussell created a system using sense of touch to help others in fabric crafting.
Tenaya Hurst blends sewing, electronics and upcycling creating the tech sewing movement.
Paul Léger, quilter from Canada, reveals what it’s like when guy quilters hold a retreat.
Karen Klemp explains how the Hats 4 Hope care kit gives at-risk babies a chance at life.
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