Join us to learn what precuts quilters prefer and why, and the ins and outs of digitally printed fabric.
This episode is brought to you by Ink & Arrow Fabrics!
The quilt hanging behind us is the lap size version of our Main Squeeze quilt pattern. Get the digital pattern at our shop and make your own version!
Tips and links for this episode:
- The tutorial for the hexagon pincushion caddy can be found at Penny’s Hands.
- Here’s the picture Pam snapped of Lynn at the restaurant.
- Learn more about Lynn’s longarm quilting class, and where we’re teaching on our calendar!
- Here’s the results for the precut preferences survey:
- Pro tip: use a lint roller or packing tape to remove lint from the pinked edges of precut bundles before using them!
- Here is the picture of Pam’s quilt with the digitally printed cat panel:
- Here’s a better look at the original design for Lynn’s printed panel for the longarm fillers class.
- Interesting crocheted toilet paper covers
- Seattle’s underground tour
- Today’s episode was brought to you by Ink & Arrow Fabrics, because fabric should be fun! Check out their Pixie Dots basics line!
- Thanks to our production partners 77peaches enterprises and Big Think Productions.
- Audio only versions of the show are available in the Hip to be a Square quilting podcast feed.
- The Stitch TV Show mugs are available from Lasting Impressions Atlanta!
- Our next Virtual Stitch-In is Friday October 13 at 7pm US Eastern.
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