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Crafting fun using Sulky stabilizers on QUILTsocial!

If Robin Bogaert is writing next week’s posts, you know it’s packed with crafting fun! It’s the kind of crafting that involves a quilting technique one way or another, certainly.

Robin of QUILTINGINTHELOFT, has prepared 4 exciting projects as pictured below. All week she’s exploring how Sulky stabilizers make the quilting and sewing work easy and in some projects, down right magical!

 

From 3-D work, English Paper Piecing, appliques, and more, these projects touch on a quilting technique using Sulky stabilizers that make the task that much easier and therefore more enjoyable.

 

Join Robin starting Monday, June 24th, as she explores and shows you how these 3 Sulky stabilizers will greatly improve traditional quilting techniques like 3-D work, English Paper Piecing, appliques, and more, making the task that much easier and therefore more enjoyable.

 

Exploring 3 Sulky stabilizers to make our sewing and quilting tasks much easier than the traditional methods

 

Robin Bogaert is a long arm quilter, creator and blogger at quiltingintheloft.com and has many years of quilting experience. Robin was the past owner of a quilt shop in Windsor, Ontario and now resides in Waterloo. Robin's roots in quilting are traditional, however she appreciates modern quilt design as well and considers the focus of work to be designing, teaching, trunk shows, free motion quilting, ruler work and thread painting. In addition to her passion for sharing all things quilting, Robin is busy with pattern design and sells her patterns on her website and with Craftsy.com. Robin was featured in the Summer 2016 and 2017 (Canada 150th) edition of Quilters’ Connection Magazine and is a new guest contributor at QUILTsocial.com.

4 Comments

  1. meredith

    ooo cute! Some good ideas for summer vacation crafts…

  2. Nicole Sender

    I think I need to try Sulky stabilizers! Thanks for the information.

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