We’ve all been there. We’re walking through a quilt shop desperately wanting to bring home every beautiful bolt we see! Quiltster makes it possible to not only bring home every fabric you love, but now you can find a specific swatch easier than before and get to planning your next quilt a lot faster! Check out
Before you start: Check the Fabric Stash! Use the search field in the Fabric Stash to see if your fabric is already in Quiltster! Here is a video and blog post about these features. 2. Prepare your swatch! Grab your iron and get to pressing! Remove all creases, wrinkles, thread, pet fur, etc. from your swatch.
We love to see how our subscribers make each quilt their very own. Share your project with the Quiltster community on Facebook and tell us a little about the story behind it. When we share our stories, we connect and inspire each other! Part 1: Share your project to the Quiltster Gallery (3 easy steps!) Part
3 Quilt Planning Tips for Beginners: This is the year you will manifest your quilting dreams! We are going to help get you started the right way. Before you ever touch a sewing machine, you have to have a plan, right? You’ve probably read several articles about what to do or what tools to get
Do you need to email your local quilt shop to fulfill the fabric needs for your latest Quiltster project? Or do you just want to share all the details of your project with someone? Here’s how to do just that: From the Dashboard, go to “My Projects” 2. Click the print icon on the card of
Now that you’ve completed creating your unique colorway in Quiltster, you’ll want to gather all the materials together and get sewing as soon as possible! Here’s how to use the Print Page which will provide you with a high resolution image of your quilt along with a complete and accurate Yardage Chart: From your Dashboard, go to “My
3 FUN Ways to Use Quiltster Plan before you buy! Choose that pattern you’ve been eyeing and create a colorway you love before you purchase materials! 2. Fabric shopping 2.0! On your next trip to your local quilt shop, snap pictures of fabrics you enjoy, then find a spot in-store or grab