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  • Bsmith1615

    Thank you so much for all the tutorials, info and daily specials.  Although I live in a state far east of Missouri I believe there is a personal connection with MSQC through these tutorials.  Also calling for customer service and ordering is a breeze and the flat-rate shipping is a big money saver that allows us to have more for fabric!  If anyone is hesitating, MSQC is a great company with which to deal.

    • Sarah

      Thank you! 

  • Reet1113

    Help!  Where are all of Jenny’s tutorials.  I am not too thrilled with the way this is set up now.
    She had so many good tutorials and what I am seeing now is not impressive. 
    Rita

    • Glena2

      Jenny and her staff does a wonderful job with the tutorials and so much more.  I too have learned so many quilting skills; thank you for your easy to follow (and fun) postings! Looking forward to seeing more!!

      scrapcrazy4kidz

    • Sarah

      You can find all our tutorials here: 
      http://www.youtube.com/user/MissouriQuiltCo

  • Reet1113

    Help!  Where are all of Jenny’s tutorials.  I am not too thrilled with the way this is set up now.
    She had so many good tutorials and what I am seeing now is not impressive. 
    Rita

  • Rosalie

    I really miss the site that had ALL the tutorials on one screen!!  I’m looking for the one on making a pillowcase.  I have used it at least six times and should remember how, but I just always go back and watch the tutorial each time, now I can’t find it.  Put Pillowcase in the Search box, but it showed nothing.

    • shubeedoo

      Hi Rosalie, I miss that site too! Tutorials seem to be on YouTube and you can find the pillowcase one here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MrYWCma9wgM. Hope that helps! Just finishing another quilt using Jenny’s wonderful tutorials! Thanks so much!

  • Rosalie

    I really miss the site that had ALL the tutorials on one screen!!  I’m looking for the one on making a pillowcase.  I have used it at least six times and should remember how, but I just always go back and watch the tutorial each time, now I can’t find it.  Put Pillowcase in the Search box, but it showed nothing.

  • Jajo

    Is there a tutorial on making a 5″ and a 10″ tumbler quilt, usingv the templates that I have ordered? 

  • Cindy

    Cindy
    Type in the tutorial you are looking for on Google, and they will show up on YouTube.  I typed in “apple core tutorial” and “tumbler quilt tutorial” and they both came up as the first or second selection on the screen.

  • Jluna

    What happened to the tutorials? I can’t find the how to bind tut. 

    • Sarah

      All the tutorials are on youtube.  We are working hard to get everything loaded back to the new site.  Thanks so much to you all for  being patient!  We sure appreciate it!  Faster and better tutorials coming soon!!  🙂

  • Kay Hoff

    I brought the Apple Core Quilt template by Pepper Cory and the Hexagon template by Natalie Dawn and I can’t find the tutorials for these two templates? Can you help me? Kay

    • Sarah

      Hi Kay,  you can still find all of our tutorials on Youtube.  We are still working on getting them embedded on the new site!  Thanks for your patience.  Hope this helps!

  • Pat

    I have learned so much by your tutorials    You make them so easy for me to follow
    Thank you so much

    PJW

  • Carol

    is there a  tutorial for the large or small wedge template?  if not please add one.  Love your web site!!  and store.

    • Sarah

      Hi Carol!  We have several in the works!!  SO glad you asked!!  They will be out soon!!  

  • Anonymous

    I’m wearing an apron I made last night out of a tea towel.  I seen your video and had to make one.  I will be making some of these cute little aprons for friends for Christmas. Thanks for your tutorials.

  • Sharron Rudnik

    I have been looking for older tutorials for 12 minutes…where are they? Do not like this new way!

  • Chelle

    Would you do a tutorial using a hexagon template for christmas ideas? Thanks.

  • Delilahp35901

    I cut down the tea towels and made children’s art aprons for my grand daughter’s kindergarten class from your pattern.  I appliqued an art pallet on the front.  They love the big pockets on the front.  THANKS!

    • Sarah

      The picture you sent was adorable!!  Great work!  Those kids are so lucky to have you!

  • Msartor01

    Is there a tutorial for the wacky web template?  If not, are you planning one?  Thanks.

    Marge

    • Sarah

      Hi Marge,  we will be doing one soon.  We had one and it got erased, so we have to film another.  You know how things go!  🙂  Should be released after the first of the year!

      • Msartor01

        Thank you.  I will be eagerly waiting to learn this one. 
        Marge

  • Suzfin

    What happened to all the videos’? it the ame videos on the side ect. that come up I really need a certain video s, some of the older ones and Ican’t find anyof them, please fix it! thank you!
      

  • Kwilliams2

    For the past two days, I have been trying to take advantage of the Daily Deals. Each time I try to access the site, I get the message/display on the page that Internet Explorer is unable to display the page. What gives? I just started using Missouri Star Quilt Company and I really like what you have to offer – I just want to be able to GET to it!!

    • Sarah

      I am sorry!  It has been quite frustrating, I Know. We are working like crazy to get this fixed.  Please call us so we can do a  phone order for you!  888 571 1122

  • B Tibbo

    I have been trying for two days to find out if my last order was processed. The system froze at the pint when I pressed complete order in the check out and everytime I try to check my account I receive a message that Internet Explorer can not be accessed. I am very frustrated as I really wanted to take advantage of the Daily Deal as well as the other items I had listed on my purchase.

    • Anonymous

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      Hello, and thank you for your email. I apologize for the delay in response! I see where your order was shipped from our facility on December 28th. Please let us know if you have not yet received it. You may contact myself, or Natalie, and we would be happy to help!
      Have a great day!
      Jackie
      Rangel
      info@missouriquiltco.com

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

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  • Dannyandfay

    Looking for tutorial of Christmas tree table topper featuring a large wedge ruler and Moda layer cake?

  • Anonymous

    I saw your tute on spider web quilt this morning.  I can’t seam to find it ,to buy it?

  • need to know which BASIC tools to buy before I start my first project….i have no budget, lol!

    • Anonymous

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      ## Jenny Doan replied, on Jan 28 @ 5:19am (UTC):

      Hi Patricia, There are several tools you need. A rotary cutter, and a mat. A sewing machine, thread and scissors, and a ruler. You can quilt a lng time with just those things!
      Have a great day!
      Jenny
      Doan
      info@missouriquiltco.com

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

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  • Judyvant12

    You mentioned an portable iron board you made and said to look it up, but I cannot find it?

  • Alamogal1963

    I DID IT!!  I FINALLY DID IT!!  That binding tool is awesome!  I’ve had it about a year, and maybe I’m a bit slow (:o) but I just couldn’t get the hang of it.  So last weekend I watched the video (for the 5th time) and finally got the confidence to forge ahead again.  My binding fit absolutely perfect!  I’ll  never do a binding without it again.  Thank you SO much!

    • Sarah

      Yay!!  That is so great to hear!!  Glad you had success!!  The first time is always the hardest!!  🙂  Have a great weekend!!

  • Joan

    I am looking for the tutorial for a refresher using the tumbler. Where might I find it? Love the tutorials!!

  • Socomt2

    I have been looking for the tutorial on using your machine stitches to make a wall-hanging–can’t seem to find it anymore–it was 59.99and then 25.00–do you still offer the class

    • Sarah

      We don’t actually sell classes online.  You may be talking about Craftsy.  I hope this helps.

    • Denise

      It is called stupendous stitching by Carol Waugh and is offered by craftsy.

  • Nataliechodges

    Where can you buy the binding tool in Australia

    • Sarah

      Not sure!  Though, you can buy it from us and have it shipped there!  🙂  Good luck in your search! If I hear of any store that carries it there I will let you know!

  • Dodya

    Im looking for the scallip,vine tuterial for around a quilt.Sorry about spelling.Im sure you know what I mean. Thanks a lot.

  • Nstevens147

    Is there a tute on just the wave edge? 

  • Crtnybop

    Hi Jenny, I love your tutorials and your style. I attempted the self-binding receiving blanket and everything was great until I cut my ends for the mitered corners and the rest is history. I am not sure what went wrong. Is there something I can do to preserve this project?

    • Anonymous

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      ## Jenny Doan replied, on Mar 15 @ 3:43am (UTC):

      That is the hardest part.  It is cut on a 90 degree angle.  You
      should pin first and turn and look to make sure you got it right.  I would turn it right side out and see if the corners can be saved.
      You could just top stitch them down.  Since i can’t see them I am
      not sure what to tell you.  You could also take apart the blanket and make a smaller one.  Good luck and I hope this helps.
      Have a great day!
      Jenny
      Doan
      info@missouriquiltco.com

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

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  • Keikirice

    I enjoyed the table runner for Christmas with the half hex ruller. I bought tube rulers and I look forward to doing projects with them.

  • Janet-green262

    Hello I just wanted to let you all know that I love your tutorials I didn’t really try new things because I didn’t have the same access to fabrics (I used to live in England) that I do here. When I discovered that you created tutorials on the tools I had purchased but wasn’t sure how to use I tried to watch everything immediately. I have learned so much!!!! Thank you so much. I now have one project almost done and 10 more I intend to finish by the end of the year. I have made a Dresden Plate!!!OMG !!! I am a quilter and I love it.

    • Sarah

      Yay!! That is so exciting! I am so happy for you that you have completed your quilt and are working on more.  It is so wonderful to accomplish something like a dresden plate!!!  have fun and keep on quilting!!

  • Kel

    Just wondering if there are any other quilt patterns that you could use the large half hexy template on??????
    Thanks
    Kelly

    • Natalie

      Hi Kel,
      Here is a link to our hexagon videos on youtube: http://www.youtube.com/user/MissouriQuiltCo/videos?query=hex
      Enjoy! 

  • Pilgrimquilt1

    I wanted to purchase the Flip Flop template but couldn’t find any patterns to use and there was no tutorial.  What do you do with this template? 

  • Lucille

    where did the tutorial for XXes and OOs go?

  • Lhwiedenmann

    I can’t find the tutorial where Jenny uses the “count down to Christmas” jelly roll and makes two blocks. The second block is made from the cut corners of the first block. The second blocks can be made into pinwheels.

  • Ccflsan

    looking for quilt block to make using panel fabric

    • Anonymous

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      ## Jenny Doan replied, on May 2 @ 11:36am (UTC):

      I am working on a tutorial on how to use panels…It used to be that panels were made to cut apart and make blocks out of, but now they seem to be all inclusive and you are just supposed to border them and quilt them…It is easier, but a different mind set/
      Have a great day!
      Jenny Doan
      info@missouriquiltco.com

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

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    • Grada Lamb

      I have the same issues, I have some great looking panels, but do not know what to do with them. In desperation I purchased EQ7 software, and I designed my own. Worked out ok. Since most of my panels were purchased on sale, the pattern that the company or designer did for it I am not able to purchase the fabric anymore. I hope that Jenny makes a tutorial soon like she promised, or maybe she can do it on her next crafts show. I just love that lady.

  • Geridietz

    Thank You because of your tutorials I’m making my first baby quilt for our first grandson.  I designed it with buying fabric and cutting them into charms size pieces.  but I had alot of problems, I did use a template, but my rotary cutter would not cut the fabric and it was just cotton fabric .  I used my regular sewing sissors to achieve my quilt pieces. I loe the eidea of buying my own fabric choices and cutting them to the size I need.  Can you advise of the best method for this because I will do this again.  Also there are so many marking pens available, and I think that is what I need to cut my pieces.

    Thank You
    Geri

    • Anonymous

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      ## Jenny Doan replied, on May 2 @ 12:12pm (UTC):

      Hi Geri, I am trying to think why your rotary cutter didn’t work.
      You have to be above it and press down, The blade must be sharp and
      it also must roll.  Check out those things.  I like the frixion
      pens.  When you iron them the writing disappears.  If you have to
      hand cut, i would think you are doing the best you can.  You might
      try cutting strips and then cutting them into blocks, but the best would be to get you rotary cutter working.  Maybe you could take it into your local quilt shop and have them help you…are you close to me? I will help.
      Have a great day!
      Jenny Doan
      info@missouriquiltco.com

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

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  • Mandy

    I hope this is the right place to ask, but I started the magic square quilt and tried to surround the layer cake piece with the jelly roll strip and there isn’t enough fabric in one strip to go right round, what am I doing wrong?

    • Anonymous

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      ## Jenny Doan replied, on May 13 @ 4:40am (UTC):

      It takes 1 and 1/2 strips to cover the square. You just need 2 strips per square and then it will all work out! I hope this helps.
      Have a great day!
      Jenny Doan
      info@missouriquiltco.com

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

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  • Peggy

    Hi there!
    I like watching your tutorials, they are really helpful.
    Do you know the Winner’s Bouquet templates from Atkinson Design? It would be great to see a tutorial on those curved seams…

    regards,
    Peggy

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      ## Jenny Doan replied, on May 25 @ 3:18am (UTC):

      Thank you for your sweet words! I haven’t seen that, but I love Atkinson designs! Thanks I will check that out!
      Have a great day!
      Jenny Doan
      info@missouriquiltco.com

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

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  • Elmhurst_laurel

    If not mistaken, I saw a great quilt in black and white and possibly gray…a small pop of color too…I can’t remember if it were red or yellow.
    It looked like a quilt that I wuld really like…but now I can not find it on your posts.
    Did it disappear?

    • Sarah

      I am having a hard time remembering what you are talking about.  Any more details??  

  • Lisa Moore

    Hello i love your tutorials with all these great ideas.  Quilting is new for me but i love it.  Where can i get jelly rolls and layer cakes to buy .

    thanks
    Lisa Moore

  • Blenndioces

    I need to see how you sew the backing,  please

    • Natalie

      Most of our backings have no seams as we like to use the 108-118″ backing fabrics. If they are pieced however, we usually piece them with a seam right down the middle making a backing large enough for the quilt top we are quilting. 

  • Anna Gray

    Hi there, I have just watch your free motion quilting video.  I did not think I could do this on my own machine (Pfaff 7550).  I am a novice quilter and attend a quilt class in my local town of Wallingford, Oxfordshire, England.  I am enjoying it so much, but it seems that USA has so many more ‘tools’ than I can get hold of here, so do you mail to england and what is an estimate price for shipping.  I have just downloaded your X’s and O’s quilt, I am going to try to make it for a future great grandchild. Love watching your videos, please keep them coming.  Thank-you, kind regards,  Anna Gray

    • Natalie

      Hi Anna,
      All you need to quilt on your own machine is a free motion presser foot, and the ability to drop your feed dogs. It should be possible on a Pfaff. To answer your next question, Yes! we do ship to England. If all of your items fit in a flat rate envelope your shipping will be $18.50, if not, actual shipping rates apply. Here is a link to our shipping page, hopefully this will answer all of your questions! http://www.missouriquiltco.com/shipping-handling/

  • Thank You so much Jenny ,learning from you has help me increase my business so much. I don’t know how I ever got along without you. Keep up the good work, I want to see your shop but I live in California ? Wish you had one out this way . Thank again for all your work

  • Terryeas

    Love, Love your tutorials. Could sit and watch all day. Very helpful and entertaining.
    Joan

  • Mary E. Shurtz

    How do I bind a quilt?

  • Mburnette912

    I would like to see a tutorial on How to make tumbling block quilt.  I love all your tutorials I watch them over and over!

  • Ennelson

    Love your tutorials and now I am looking for one I thought I saw here – an I SPY with the bernatex charm pack. I bought the pack, & now can’t find the tut. Can you help?   Thanks

  • Reckman

    I am looking for the tutorial using jelly rolls and sewing in long strips and then sewing end to end etc.  Is there someplace where I could watch that again and how big of a quilt does one jelly roll make?  Thanks.

  • ZxyLady

    Thank You for the fabulous info and tutorials!! And Thank You for making longer, more in depth tutorials as well!! I literally cannot sew without listening to your tutorials on in the background while I sew! 🙂 I love shopping at your quilt shop- Online, as I live in Southern Washington State. I love watching your tutorials! I made my first quilt based entirely on your tutorials! For a woman like me, I have NO family or even friends that quilt, so your information is absolutely needed!! I have a request, I don’t know if you can do this or not, But I bought a template that I have no idea how to use… If there was a way to request info on how to use it, I would. I unfortunately cannot find anywhere online that has this Template’s instructions. The Template is: Simplicity Studio Simpli-EZ Double Wedding Ring Template by Darlene Zimmerman

  • pat smith

    how did you make that ironing board you use in your videos ?

  • Lynda Conklin

    Where did you get the pattern for the six point star that was used on your Christmas Tree runner?

    • Cpatch

      I just watched your Christmas Tree Tutorial and went to then of the “more” list, but I not see the pattern for the star. I must have missed something. I am very anxious to make one or more of these. I’d like to make one narrow enough to mount beside my front door with a couple of jingle bells at the end.

  • Rebecca

    Hello, I have really enjoyed your tutorials, they are very informative. What I would like to know is if you have a tutorial for hand quilting?

    • MSQC shop

      Hello Rebecca,
      Not at this time. I will inform Jenny that there is an interest however! Happy Quilting!

  • Lisa

    I LOVE YOUR TUTORIALS. I’m new to sewing/quilting and I’ve watched all of your videos. They are such great help. I’ve also ordered several things from your store and I’ve been very pleased with the customer service and the products

  • Linda

    I just saw the “Whaky Web” refills. What are they, and how do you use them?

  • angeline

    I love Jenny and her tutorials … inspiring!

  • Jackie Wallace

    I love MSQC , I wish you had your own TV show!

  • Australia_calling

    Hi Australia calling, I was wondering if you have a tutorial for double wedding ring quilts, perhaps using jelly rolls? I did see a double wedding ring quilt in the background of another tutorial, so thought it was worth the ask…thanks

  • Doni Steward

    I love all the tutorials and all the fabrics that I have bought from MSQC. I want to know if you have ever done a tutorial on making a thread catcher that sits under your machine and you cab put small scraps and threads in it? I have been looking for one and don’t know where to go Help…