QuiltMoxie patterns are tested. My hubby (a sport jock… no sewing training) and my children are the first team of pattern testers. Next, I invite guild members to try out the pattern. For example, hubby created his own Jet-Setter with a Tuxedo side. When I mention this to my quilter friends they are surprised.
The following ePatterns are download ready:
Oh oh! You need bias binding to complete your work of art.
QuiltMoxie Binding is the fun way to create you own precision rotary cut binding of any size, be it on grain, on bias or even on bias with matched fabric repeats.
QuiltMoxie Binding might even motivate you to look for projects that need bias binding.
Stand out in a crowd. Make one, make many. Each Jet-Setter is as unique and stylish as you are.
Our original Jet-Setter was donated to the education program for the Vermont Quilt Festival. The Jet-Setter was selected as Viewers choice 2009 for the challenge.
Finished size:15” x 5” x 16”
What to bring with you when you visit a “longarm quilter extraordinaire” for the first time? How about the Gale Apron.
One size fits most.
We have included with the pattern, one of the many versions of the "History of Aprons", which is most likely based on the poem by Tina Trivett.
Stand out in a crowd. Make one, make many. Each Tuxedo tote is as unique and stylish as you are.
Finishes:15” x 5” x 16”.