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  • Dae

    How do I select from the old videos? 

  • Linda

    seems like there were MORE tutorials in the old format.

    • Sarah

      There are!  We are still working on getting all of them back into the new one!  Thanks so much for being patient!  🙂  You can still find them all on our youtube channel!  

      • Loraine Waite

        Yes, I thought I had lost my mind! I couldn’t find the others!  So glad to know. I have sewn and quilted for years, but still like to see any new and better ways to do things. Thanks ever so much for your tutorials and keep up the wonderful things you ae doing to inspire new and “Old” quilters!

  • Gayle Ernsting

    Do you have a tutorial or pattern for the fence rail and the pinwheel block done at its corners.  Some where it is know as the Creme Brulee; but I can’t find the directions or tute any place.  Would love to see you girls figure it out and show us if you don’t already have it and I just can’t find it.  

    • Sarah

      Hmm, I’ll have to check on that and see!!

  • Jo Heywood

    Hi, do you know how I can get a copy of the American Patchwork August 2009 edition? I would like to have a go at doing the dot to dot quilt that Natalie is presenting.
    Many thanks
    Jo

    • Sarah

      Jo, check online.  you might be able to find the pattern there!!

  • MRS DEBBIE HILLYAR

    i have watched lots of your programs on youtube andi got more interested to be a quilter .how can i have proper trainings from you for at least 6months with certificates, how is the cost and how to go about it .my name is debbie  from london

    • Anonymous

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      Hi Debbie,
      You get better with quilting by practicing! Take one of the tutorials you like and make a quilt. Start by making one block at a time! You will learn that way and get better and better! Hope this helps!
      Have a great day!
      Sarah
      Galbraith
      info@missouriquiltco.com

      (888)
      571-1122
      http://www.MissouriQuiltCo.com

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  • Anonymous

    Do you have a tutorial on how to cut the backing fabric for a quilt so that it has a bias seam instead of horizontal or vertical seams?

  • Tbelshay

    i would like to see your tutorial on how to make the iron board that u use

  • Kdmeier

    I saw a self binding baby blanket that Jenny was making on Pintrest and I can’t seem to find it! It was a 30 by 4o quilt and just adorable! Please help me find it ! Going to be a new grandma soon!

  • Maw

    I have seen your tutorials on youtube and love them, they are very helpful. I am so glad I found this site too. I am a beginner quilter and have done two quilt tops but now am nervous about the actual quilting. Thanks for your info.

  • Carrie Vollrath

    I just LOVE your tutorials. I have been recommending your website to my quilting groups. They have found your videos very, very helpful. I am having trouble finding the Irish holiday projects. I believe it was a shamrock. A friend told me about it. thanks for you help.

  • Angiesewtherapy

    I just watched your baby quilt with the 30″ and 40″ fast sew. I’m thinking about having a ladies day at my church and teaching a quick sew blanket for the Crisis Pregnancy Center in my hometown. You’re tutorial was just the incentive I needed to get my idea going fast! Thank you so much for sharing your tutorials. 

    • Angiesewtherapy

      “Your” not you’re. :-). “Ladies'” not ladies. Okay so I’m better at quilting than grammar. 

    • Sarah

      You are so welcome!! I am so glad to hear of the amazing things you are doing with the tutorials!!  What a wonderful thing to use them for!  blessing the lives of those in need!!  THANK YOU!  Good luck in your efforts!
      ps.  I am not the grammar police either!  🙂 LOL,you are fine! I knew exactly what you meant!

  • MeiMei 27

    I Love your Tutorials. I’m brand new at sewing, anything.  I want to make a quilt for my bed and I’m having a big problem with putting the pieces together.  I cut everything out perfect and when it came time to put them together my mind went on vacation.  Can you help me?

    • Anonymous

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      ## Jenny Doan replied, on Jun 14 @ 3:24pm (UTC):

      Hi Meimei, We can do this!!! You will need to lay everything out in rows and then sew the rows together. once you get the rows together you will have a top!
      Have a great day!
      Jenny Doan
      info@missouriquiltco.com

      (888) 571-1122
      http://www.MissouriQuiltCo.com

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  • Pam

    Well that “spy” quilt is the cutest thing I have seen!  I got thru half and my video stopped streaming, but I get the idea.  Gotta make that purchase and know just the 5yr old that would luv the bugs n stuff!  thanks to all of you!!!!

  • carol

    Have you ever done a tutorial for Strata Star Table Topper? I read some where, that you did. I would love to see this tutorial. I have learned so much from watching your 
    tutorials.

    Carol 

    • Natalie

      Hi Carol,
      That is a great table topper and we are glad to hear you enjoy the tutorials. We haven’t filmed a tutorial for this one yet but we hope to in the future.

  • Annette

    Hi 
    Annie from South africa . Missouri quilting got me hooked still learning though but would really like to know where can i get the pre cut kits and jelly rolls in S.A.
    could you send me some ideas of where i would get them

  • Rochelle

    could you please do a tutorial for a quilt using a PANEL and no pattern? If so, will you kindly let me know when the video is complete.

  • Patti

    Hi, I love your quilt tutorials so much! I have a problem though with quilt binding especially on baby quilts as they get washed so much. Can you tell me if there is a better way besides hand sewing to finish a binding? Can you machine sew it so it holds up better or is my hand sewing just too flimsy. I watched Jennie’s tutorial on sewing a binding and have tried to copy it. Thanks so much for any help you can give me!! Patti in Vermont

    • MSQC shop

      Hi Patti,

      I would recommend machine stitching it, as it will hold up a bit better, especially through all the washes. Hope this helps!

  • Sandra

    What has happened to your web site? It was so much easier to find projects before. I can’t find the Japanese Jar Quilt

  • Z

    Hello,
    Is it possible to quilt the blocks before putting a border on them and then sewing them together. (This is for a big size quilt) Thanks

    • BeckyMSQC

      Are you quilting it yourself? I have never done it that way but I suppose it would work. Might cause extra work though.

      • z

        Yes, I am quilting it myself on a regular sewing machine. Its a T shirt quilt that I learned how to do thanks to your video.

  • Mickey

    I need a tutorial on set-in seams. I’m having trouble. I’m doing a Lone Star block in the American Sampler by Fons and Porter. Nothing seems to be ling up. Can you help me?

  • Pat Campbell Hendricks

    Can you tell me where to find a tutorial that used the wedge layer cake tool, the fabric was lime, black and gray. I saw it recently but cant locate it on your tutorial site. Thank you.

    P.S. Love, Love, your website!!!!