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WeAllSew Tutorial: Pin Display Handbag

Pin collecting and trading is a hobby that has taken the world by storm in recent years and we all just love to display the pins we've got. Whether they're on your backpack, coat, or purse, you want to show off your personal flair with your collectibles. But with that display comes the possibility of that pin falling off and being lost too. Not anymore, as Erika Mulvenna at WeAllSew has a Pin Display Handbag for you to prevent that very thing from happening. Display your pins proudly, and keep them safe too, using this "handy" (get it?) display bag tutorial.

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BERNINA's Word Search

Had enough fun and games for the week yet? Of course you haven't, that's why we're bringing you BERNINA's Word Search full of quilting terminology. Whether it takes you ten minutes, two hours, or all day, enjoy this fun game from BERNINA and expand your quilting vocabulary in the process.

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WeAllSew Tutorial: Back-To-School Drawstring Bag

Some schools have started, and some are just about to, so why not be prepared whether it's here or about to be. Pat Bravo at WeAllSew has a useful Back-To-School Drawstring Bag that will be perfect to carry your child's school supplies in, and you can decorate it with fabrics they will love so it can be more personal for them too. A fun project is ready and waiting for you to start the new school year.

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WeAllSew Tutorial: Back-to-School Pencil Rolls

The new school year is soon approaching, which means it's time to start gathering supplies again. But who wants to take that same old pencil case to school for another year? Pat Bravo at WeAllSew has a fast and easy Back-to-School Pencil Roll for you to make that is both a fun and functional way to store your writing instruments for the year. And while this is great for pencils, you, being the clever creative types that you are, could probably adapt this to hold your crochet hooks or knitting needles too.

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WeAllSew Tutorial: How to Make a Simple Fabric Book Cover

Want to keep your books protected and give them a stylish flair all their own? Look no further than Erika Mulvenna's latest project for WeAllSew, where she will show you how to make a Simple Fabric Book Cover with ease.

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Take A Tour of Amanda Murphy’s Dream Studio

WeAllSew and Amanda Murphy have come together to offer a tour of Amanda's own amazing studio in support of BERNINA's Dream Studio Sweepstakes. Amanda, who has been a guest on The Quilt Show a couple of times, shows some of her favorite things about her studio and talks about how it's never too late to have a space of your own (she only recently got one herself).

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WeAllSew Tutorial: Scissors Case

Want to protect your scissors and feel like a knight of the round table at the same time? Then Erika Mulvenna at WeAllSew has a great project for you. She will teach you how to make your own sheath for your sword, excuse me, Scissors Case that you can finish in just under an hour and lets you use up some scraps from your stash as well. Sounds like a win-win to us!

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WeAllSew Tutorial: Relax Anywhere Mat​

Summer is here and it is in full swing. That means lazy days lounging outside reading a book, having a picnic, or just daydreaming. For all of those activities though, you're going to want a comfortable place to sit down, and why not have the ability to do that anywhere you choose? Introducing the Relax Anywhere Mat from Art Gallery Fabrics at WeAllSew. Complete this simple project and take your summertime fun wherever you want to go!

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WeAllSew Tutorial: Add a Patchwork Accent to a Garment

Have you loved making patchwork quilts and wanted to translate that to your everyday fashion? Then Sharon Madsen from WeAllSew is here to show you just how to do that and will demonstrate how to add a patchwork accent to a garment. So next time you're at a quilt show, people will not only be admiring the quilt you submitted but will be complimenting the quilt work on your outfit as well.

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BERNINA Has Something New on the Way

Update (6/27/23)BERNINA made its big announcement on Tuesday and revealed its next great innovation in sewing tech. What did they reveal? Click through and find out!

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WeAllSew Tutorial: Patriotic Patchwork Table Runner

The Fourth of July is just days away, do you know how you're going to decorate your table where the barbeque is laid out? Enter Art Gallery Fabrics and WeAllSew, who have just the project to answer that question. All you need are scraps of rectangles, squares, and strips to put this Patriotic Patchwork Table Runner together. Find out how decorative stitches and a new finishing technique finish up the design to make the celebration complete.

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WeAllSew Tutorial: How to Make Cat Wand Toys

"Learn how to make a set of cat wand toys featuring a floppy fish, a chonky mouse or a spooky spider" from Erika Mulvenna at WeAllSew. This fun project will make a great treat for your cat to enjoy for hours on end once finished.

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WeAllSew Tutorial: How to Sew a Fourth of July Bunting

The Fourth of July is just a few weeks away, which makes it the perfect time to start making new decorations for that annual celebration of the red, white, and blue. Today, we have a Fourth of July Bunting from Faith Jones at WeAllSew. This quick and easy project will be the perfect accompaniment to spruce up that backyard B-B-Q or fireworks spectacular.

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WeAllSew Tutorial: Father’s Day Mug Rug

It's almost Father's Day, but you still have time to make that personal gift that he will love for years to come. And guess what? It doesn't have to take you a lot of time to make it. Pat Bravo at WeAllSew has a fun and quick tutorial for you to make a sweet, simple, and fun Father's Day Mug Rug that even comes with its own tie (but doesn't come with coffee or a mug).

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On The Set with Rachaeldaisy Dodd

What's in store this week on The Quilt Show? Why it's Australian quilter and teacher Rachaeldaisy, known for her fresh and eye-popping interpretations of traditional quilt designs. Go behind the scenes with us and see how she easily mixes styles, techniques, and hand and machine work with stunning results.
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WeAllSew Tutorial: How to Wrap Fabric on a Frame

Create a custom piece of unique wall art by stretching a mini-quilt, quilt square, or piece of your favorite fabric print on a canvas stretcher by learning How to Wrap Fabric on a Frame from Lee Heinrich at WeAllSew. Your Dad will love getting "pieces" of you!

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WeAllSew Tutorial: Travel Sewing Kit

Learn how to make this adorable Travel Sewing Kit from Art Gallery Fabrics at WeAllSew and be prepared to work on a project anytime you take a trip. By making the kit you will learn how to apply a zipper with tabs and how to sew with the walking foot.

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On The Set with Mary Pal

Mary Pal joins us this Sunday for another brand new installment of The Quilt Show. Don't know what's coming yet? Then look away if you want to be surprised. Come behind the scenes with us as we give you a glimpse of Mary's masterful use of cheesecloth in her quilts. And there's also a quick visit with Ricky, who's working on a quilt sleeve technique you won't want to miss.
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WeAllSew Tutorial: How to Sew a Flower Pot Wrap

Spring is in full bloom, and that probably means that your plants are too. Want a way to make your already beautifully blooming flowers even more decorative? Elizabeth Stoltenburg at WeAllSew has just what you're looking for with a fun Flower Pot Wrap. Test your longarm skills and create something that will "Take your basic flower pot from Drab to Fab."

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Longarm Quilting Tips from Amanda Murphy

In this section of The Quilt Show with Alex Anderson and Ricky Tims, Amanda Murphy tells us why you don't need to be an expert to get great results. She gives tips for the bobbin thread, using templates and rulers, how to start your thread, and how to fix a mistake.

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