Free Motion Quilting for Beginners by Molly Hanson

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Today we're celebrating talented Designer Molly Hanson and the kickoff of her new book.. Free Motion Quilting for Beginners! (and those who think they can't) Not only are we fortunate to have Molly work along with us...we can tell you..she is just as talented as she is sweet!! Here's a bit about the book... You can do it! Learn to free-motion quilt on a home sewing machine. Yes, you can! Encouraging you step-by-step along the way, Molly Hanson teaches how to quilt like a pro. You'll … [Continue reading...]

Do you Want to Build a Snowman? Text Pillow Tutorial

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Hi Therm O Web friends! Nicole here from Modern Handcraft with a fun snowman themed pillow for your little Frozen fans - The "do you want to build a snowman" text pillow. I used three prints from the Dear Stella Tinsel Town collection that I felt coordinated well together and made for a fun pillow that would look great on my son's bed the entire winter (or spring too here in Chicago). The little snowman figures are so perfect along with the fun confetti dot fabric that looks like snow … [Continue reading...]

Dear Stella Snowman Quilt Tutorial

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Hi Everyone,  It’s Becky from Patchwork Posse.  Home of fun sewing projects, quilt alongs, and a lot of chit chat!  I don’t know about you, but around here in Utah the temperatures have dropped and it’s a bit chilly around here!  Snowman time is quickly coming.  I don’t mind the snow, but my favorite part is snuggling up […]

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Dear Stella Ashe Fusible Fleece Pillows

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It’s Amy here today from During Quiet Time to share a tutorial for a pillow set using a fat quarter bundle of Ashe by Dear Stella. When I opened my bundle of Ashe, it was clear to me that the design should play off of light and dark since the bundle was easily split into […]

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Tinsel Town Stockings with Deco Foils

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Hi Thermoweb Fans Jen Chesnick here today with a stocking project using HeatnBond® Fusible Fleece, Heat N Bond® Fabric Adhesive and new iCraft™ Deco Foils!  I made my stocking using Dear Stella’s Christmas/Winter line, Tinsel Town. To start I used a free pattern for the stocking by Positively Splendid. Her pattern printer perfectly and I […]

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Inspiration Desk Calendar

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Hello there!  It’s Lorrie here.  I’ve got a super easy, but oh so fun project for you today!  I made an inspirational desk calendar using the amazing products above by Thermoweb and Mambi. Therm O Web Supplies: Foam Adhesive Squares Liquid Fabric Fuse Easy-Tear iCraft Tape Sticky Dots Adhesive Sheets Sticky Dot Runner SuperTape™ Decorative […]

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Get Happy with Glitter & Gold with Mambi

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Hi everyone!  Jen Chesnick here with you sharing a could layouts I made using Me and My Big Ideas, and  have a couple tricks for you too!  First up “Create Happy”  I am really loving all the gold in the Mambi Specialty Cardstock stack.  Mixed in is mint, pink and lavender.  I wanted to create […]

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Live a Grateful Life Layout

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Thanks to our sweet friends over at Mambi, we have been having so much fun creating with their beautiful papers and embellishments! Erin here today, with a layout and card for your inspiration!   Therm O Web supplies: Mini Sticky Tape Runner Foam Squares Zots™ dots Decorative Photo Corners – Black Other supplies: Mambi Glitter […]

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Capture Life with Zots and Me & My Big Ideas

Me and My Big Ideas Zots Layouts

MAMBI and Therm O Web have teamed up to bring you an assortment of layouts, pocket page spreads and more. For this layout use the mini dot runner to adhere all the patterned paper and die cuts and the Vellum runner for the clear elements. Stitch through a die cut speech bubble and then pop it […]

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