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Video Tutorial

It’s Stocking-Palooza Week!

We’re celebrating Stocking-Palooza this week at Material Rewards Quilt Store! We have three new kits that allow you to create a variety of Christmas stockings to give or keep! These adorable holiday accents also make a great gift card holder.

How To Create A Block With Partial Seam Construction

In this week’s Tuesday Tidbits, our quilting video tutorial series, we’re kind of winding up Fall projects this week with some really beautiful projects that we hope will inspire you. From a larger project to a couple of smaller ones that are quick and easy. We also want to show you how fun it is to do partial seam construction (but no laughing at the end – even we’re fail-able!!!). Sometimes, this technique is needed so it’s a handy tool to have in your quilting belt when you need it.

Helpful Tips When Quilting the Log Cabin Block

We’re sharing a couple of our favorite common sense tidbits we know. Our helpful tips include pressing seams, choosing your backing, binding your quilt, and how to manage all the fabric when quilting from a kit. We’re also reviewing and sharing one of our essential tools, the needle threader!

How To Make a Set of Placemats

We’re sharing a free downloadable pattern for French Country Placemats and showing you, step-by-step, how to create your own Christmas / Holiday placemat set. We’re also sharing a quick & easy way to create custom Christmas tree ornaments!

Fabric Applique Quick Tips

Introducing Kim Diehl’s “Right as Rain” and Some Tips For Fabric Appliqueing

For those of you who are Kim Diehl devotees, we are showcasing her new line – Right As Rain – that is being delivered today! Usually, her Whatnots collections are shipped at the end of December, but as with anything these days, it has been delayed. But the wait is over and we’re so excited …

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