Precision piecing made easy on the Brother Luminaire XP2

Remember, in my post about scanncut-a-quilters-best-friend-for-making-quilt-blocks/ last month I used the ScanNCut SDX225 to draw ¼” stitching lines on our pieced block before cutting? Well achieving an accurate ¼” stitching line just gets better and easier when using the Luminaire XP2. In addition to the built-in projector we used yesterday…

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Fun with applique on the new Brother Luminaire XP2

Hi everyone – remember my posts about how the Brother-scanncut-a-quilters-best-friend-for-making-quilt-blocks/ last month when I used the Brother ScanNCut SDX 225 for cutting and creating quilt blocks? Well, this month I’m creating a wall hanging with two of the blocks I cut on the ScanNCut in August. I’ll start with the…

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How to sew on handles to a quilted tote bag

Handles – of course, our bags need handles. The question is whether you want to make handles or use a commercially bought product. As well, do you want to add any clasps, rings or feet to your bag? So many options. Let’s get started on finishing the quilted designer tote…

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