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Here are the Editor's Picks articles for the Quilting Site! These are the top ten articles that your Quilting Editor feels are most important for you to read. Enjoy!

1. Joining a Quilt Group
What are the benefits of joining a quilt group? Is it better to belong to an organisation of like minded people or go it alone?

2. Making Time to Quilt.
Do you find time to quilt or do you make time to quilt? In this day and age of the fast paced lifestyle, how can you get all the time you need to quilt?

3. Design Wall - How to make your own
You don't need an expensive custom made design wall. You can make a very simple portable design wall for just about nothing.

4. How do you value your quilts?
Should you insure your quilts? Do you know the fundamental value of your quilts? What sort of compensation would you expect if your quilt was lost or stolen?

5. Managing your fabric Stash
Fabric Collection versus Fabric Stash, Categories of Fabrics, Churning your Stash.How can you get the most out of your valuable fabric stash?

6. Quilt Acronyms
Quilt Acronmys and their meanings. Lots of laughs here.

7. Quilt Labels - Are they important?
How important is it to label your quilt. Here's some important information about labelling and some great ideas to help you create great labels.

8. Quilting Workshops - A Students Perspective
We all have expectations when attending quilting workshops. We hope to learn heaps and have an enjoyable experience. How can be ensure that this happens? Both Tutors and Students have expectations. What are they?

9. Quilting Workshops - A Tutors Perspective.
What are the expectations of quilting teachers on their students to achieve a succcessful experience in learning. How can you as a student get the biggest "bang for your buck" in the sphere of learning the art of quilting?

10. Color Theory for Quilters - The Color Wheel
This is the first in a series of articles on the use of color in quilts. Comprehensive instructions are included for reading the color wheel, and applying the scientific methods in developing new and creative color schemes for todays quilts.



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