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Combine improv with Japanese fabrics to make out-of-the-ordinary quilts—by Patricia Belyea
A great iron with 400 holes to produce incredible overall steam
Here’s the iron that’s used in the Okan Arts studio because of its 47-oz reservoir and tremendous steam power
Who would have thought that an ironing board could make that big of a difference for your experience of pressing? Deluxe!
A Patricia Belyea collection—Aurifil 50 wt cotton thread for piecing and stitching-in-the-ditch
Hang this 60″ x 72″ plasticized flannel panel on your sewing room wall to make it an instant design studio!
The perfect pins for curved piecing—the right length in a fine weight
The world’s best seam ripper—easy to hold, sharp as a samurai sword
For saving your fingers when pin basting
A good all-round size and curved for pin basting
Although this looks like a safety aid, it’s the best suction grip for your 24″ gridded ruler
This is the ruler you need for The Cutting Dance when making Hachi Quilts from Patricia’s book, East-Meets-West Quilts (see above)
Go big for the ease of cutting swiftly and through many layers, plus an ergomatic handle
Recommended for making Hatchi Quilts as you can stitch the batting 8″ apart
A package of five sure beats the price of a single pack
This isn’t cheating, it’s brilliant—spend your time being creative, not making a quilt sleeve
Use with your hot iron—very effective for removing gunk on your soleplate
This stain remover has been a life saver
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