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Quilted Christmas Stockings

  When I first started sewing I wanted desperately to make Christmas stockings. I understood the basics of sewing a ...

Meet Your Sewing Machine

Our sewing machines become our best friend and greatest tool when learning to quilt. In this video we meet our sewing machine from the inside out! Here are some of the key terms you will learn from this video - but there is soooo much more!

The Davenport Knit Sack

As creatives, we often love all things. While triangle quilt patterns and controlled improv are my jam, it is hard to...

Tools Must Haves vs Luxury Jittery Wings Quilt Co

In this lesson, I review the must-have tools for quilters vs. the luxury tools that can be added later. Starting a new hobby can be expensive. Watch this video to get started off on the right track, or to even learn what that weird tool in the kit you bought 20 years ago actually does.

Split Quarter Square Triangles (SQST)

I just love Split Quarter Square Triangles!  Yes! There is a lot of trimming - but friends it is so worth it!  This v...

Learn How to Use a Rotary Cutter and Ruler

Leave the Scissors Alone. I rarely use scissors in my quilting. Rotary cutters open up lots of options for clean, precise cuts for quilting. Make friends with your rotary cutter and quilting will become a pleasure! 

What is Bias and How to Avoid it When Making Triangles

What is Bias?  There was a time when I hated triangles. I would put a pattern together and it would end up being won...

Navigating Your Quilt School Courses on Thinkific

Jittery Wings is proud to offer high quality quilt courses with detailed explanations and kind support. You can purchases these courses at www.jitterywingsquiltschool.com. This tutorial explains how to navigate the Thinkific site for new users.

DIY the Ultimate Sliding Quilt Design Wall

Raise your hand if spreading your quilt design out on the floor requires, sweeping, dog corralling, child dodging, an...

Sewing Our Feelings Into Our Quilts

I often hear people say, "quilting is my therapy" or "quilting is my happy place." I was recently reminded of a reality I know all to well; that sometimes quilting shows us we are hanging by a thread. Quilting can reveal to us, what we don't often admit to ourselves - life is throwing too much our way right now. 

Book Review of Design Make Quilt Modern by my Quilt Friend Heather Black

When Heather asked me to review her newest book Design Make Quilt, I was honored. Heather is easily one of the most talented quilt designers in my quilt circle. 

Investing in a Wool Pressing Mat

When I first started quilting, my amazing husband built me a pressing board. It was a piece of wood with a layer of foil to reflect the heat back, covered with three layers of batting, and then topped with fabric that we stapled around the back of the board. I have three of them in different sizes and use them for very different reasons. One I take on retreats, one I use for pressing backing and full quilts, and a medium one I leave up all the time next to my sewing machine. I loved them. I thought they were the bomdiggidy, until I first used a wool pressing mat. 

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