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  • Kay

    Hi Rob, I really like your “Coming Home” ! Would like to make this for my Granddaughter that served! Looking at your pattern online, I do not find the templates for the eagle body and all the finished appliqués for the overlay ie: tail, head, wing span etc! Please advise me where I make locate these! The pattern would be wonderful, however on my SS wages is out of budget! Thanks for all your tutorials and newsletters!

  • Kathy Gabel

    I love all of your videos but the new free motion I think is my favorite then the 3 dudes quilt. Have only recently found your site and videos and have learned so much already. I will continue to look at your videos for inspiration and techniques. I can’t wait to try some of the things you have talked about and increase my knowledge!

  • jford

    I don’t want to yell at you .. cause you are such a great teacher~~ BUT THE TUTORIAL FOR THE GEARS QUILT HAS A BAD LINK. DOESN’T WORK… 🙁 did I get your attention>?

  • lyduncan2003

    Oops; wanted to learn more about Quilt Compass but it links to this: http://mansewig.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/threadbreaking.pdf

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  • Lee Albrecht Biear

    Do you have the instructions to make your phone charger bag. Soooooo cool!!!!

  • Lina Messa Augustine

    Men have waaaay better ideas in sewing projects than women. You are the proof!!!! 😛

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  • Calico Prim

    Seriously useful info here. The tube turning tricks alone made this one of the best sewing sites I’ve found. Thank you! With Christmas coming, I’d love to see more gifting for men ideas please.

  • Ted Woodward-Partridge

    Just watched the 3-D Dudes Quilt tutorial. Always love watching your videos. However, the link to the downloaded instructions takes you to a quilting diagram, not the page that you show in the video.

  • Lisa Ludlow

    Thank you for the free motion videos. They have really helped me out!

  • Lin Ryal

    I would like to make a panel for my wall to use as a layout board. How do you make one?

    • Sheri Burt Austin

      You can use a flannel backed table cloth. I got mine at Wal Mart.