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09
Feb 2017

How to Launder a Quilt

How to Launder a Quilt

Let's Come Clean Welcome back! As always, Merry Moose enjoys keeping in touch with you. We encourage you to show off your projects, so that others can enjoy your things of beauty. If friends are so inclined, they may want to give you a shout out, or an Atta Girl.…

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31
Jan 2017

5 Beautifully Organized Quilt Rooms

5 Beautifully Organized Quilt Rooms

What does your quilt room look like? Is it neatly organized or kind of a mess? We all know how our countless tools, scraps, fabric, thread, patterns, and mats can lead to chaos… We’ve complied photos of 5 beautifully organized quilt rooms, so whether you’re still getting organized or seeking…

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30
Jan 2017

Double Gauze

Double Gauze

Double Gauze is a beloved fabric of Merry Moose. It has a graceful appeal. It is unique, with an “open weave” that does not disappoint for warm or cool weather wear. Also known for its usage in the medical field for its healing properties, Gauze has been used for centuries…

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13
Jan 2017

Choosing the Right Fabric

Choosing the Right Fabric

Do you have trouble choosing the right fabric for your new quilt project? Do you get stuck trying to figure out color and pattern combinations? Here are a few tips!   Color Start with the main color and look at it on a color wheel. Choose neighboring colors or colors…

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09
Sep 2015

Let’s go to Arcadia Avenue

Let’s go to Arcadia Avenue

Have you ever looked at a quilt and thought, "Wow! I'd love to be able to do that!" When I first saw the design for Arcadia Avenue, that was exactly what I thought!!! Now, granted, I have never been a big fan of paper piecing but I am now! What…

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11
Mar 2015

Crazy for Templates

Crazy for Templates

I'm sure most of us have made one of the Easy Striped Table Runners using the 60 degree ruler!! But have you ever REALLY checked out templates? When I first started quilting, I thought that if I needed anything other than a ruler and rotary cutter to get a quilt…

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