Quilty Tips

Quilty Tips provide instructions and materials lists for you to make quilts and use other quilting methods from some of my more popular workshops.

Sarah Payne

This is my Quilty Tips page! Below you will find free hints and tips from some of my popular workshops.

Most tips have a document you can download providing instructions, lists of materials and tools required to create a project, or guidelines for a specific technique. Some tips may also provide a video you can watch.

Quilty Tips

A useful guide to using scraps to make a rug and a bowl

 Tip added: 23 September 2019   

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Pattern to make a Storm at Sea Quilt with Simplicity rulers

 Tip added: 16 September 2019   

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 Tip added: 10 May 2019   

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A simple and fun heart applique design

 Tip added: 29 January 2019   

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Free pattern for Sarah's All Night Quiltalong televised on Create and Craft TV

 Tip added: 14 January 2019   

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Learn to make a quick skirt with Sarah in this popular YouTube tutorial

 Tip added: 01 January 2019   

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Easy to Make Vintage Style Brooch

 Tip added: 07 December 2015   

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A simple introduction to the traditional technique of English Paper Piecing making a gorgeous pin cushion

 Tip added: 05 December 2015   

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What wadding for which job?

 Tip added: 02 December 2015   

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Sarah Payne is a freelance quilting teacher, designer and TV demonstrator. Sarah designs sewing projects for national sewing magazines, and acts as a regular quilting and sewing demonstrator on TV shopping channel Create and Craft in the UK and across the USA. Workshops are taught wherever invited!

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