Want to make your labels on the computer?? This is the best printer fabric paper! 

Helpful Hints from our Guest Speaker:

Lisa Burmann, www.burmannstudios.com

We're dedicated to mastering the art of quilting, and sharing our talents with the community!


    Tips and Helpful Hints to make your quilting experience better



Our own Gregg Colson has some fun information

to share on his website:

3GQuilting.com



​​Test the Accuracy of Your Scant ¼” Seam –

from Fons and Porter Love of Quilting, March/April 2022:
Using your quilting ruler to measure ¼” to the right

of your machine needle, mark your sewing machine bed with masking or painters tape.

From the fabric you will be using,

cut three 1 ½ “ x 6 strips.

Sew strips together lengthwise.

Set the seams and press them to one side.

Lay your quilting ruler atop the entire unit.

The center strip should be precisely 1” wide, and the

raw edges of the unit should measure 3 ½ ” x 6 ”.

If your unit is too small,

move your guide closer to the needle.

If it is too large,

move your guild a bit further from the needle.

Repeat and adjust as necessary until you achieve an accurate ¼” seam allowance.



Notes from Carol Schoner's Fabric Painting class


Printing on Fabric.pdf


Fabric Printing Lecture and Workshoprev1.docx