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One thing that is cool is the ways a single quilt block can be set or colored to create many different looks.  Check out this film that is a tribute to the unique and long-established art form of patchwork quilting.  This abstract animated film named QUILT is by Gayle Thomas.

Looking for a great starter project?  Check out this project from Bernina USA Seams Inside Out Bag.  The techniques you need to know to get started sewing, all in one project! Simple seams and finishes, edgestitching and topstitching, plus zipper, button and buttonhole.
Believe it or not, TLC (the cable network) has a great section on their website on quilting ! Check out WHAT'S INSIDE: QUILTING - "Quilting has long been a favorite pastime of crafters, and the results are often beautiful and unique. These articles will show you everything from the basic tools you'll need to how to finish your first creation."
As you know by now we find resources in many different places.  4H programs around the country have lots of sewing related items that we will be using to develop our program... 4H and County Extensions have been teaching life skills since their inceptions.
Textile Science Program - Penn State College of Agricultural Science Cooperative Extension, lots of great stuff
Quilter's Tips & Techniques from Sylvia's Quilt Depot
United Notions/Moda has a great quick reference guide for yardage, the ABC's of pre-cuts etc..
Amy Butler has created a number of resourceful guides to help you with your sewing creations. Click here for "cool tools for you".
Riley Blake Designs has a Cutting Corners College, full of step by step tutorials covering many areas: Accessories, Apparel, Home Decor, Sewing Basics, Quilts
Fons & Porter has lots of helpful tips check out their Sew Easy Lessons.
C & T Publishing has a blog which has been capturing tips for over 2 years (2009-2011) under the heading Quilting Tips.
Another is Sewing Helpers: {Tips & Resources} from - Here are a few basic but helpful sewing tips for beginner sewers (and some great resources for more experienced sewers too!)…
The staff of The Quiltmaker magazine has a blog called Quilty Pleasures, there are many items addressed such as understanding stitch length.
Looking for help? Sew a Quilt is a helpful site, they have beginner sewing lessons to follow along with.
Quilt group forums are also a great place to pick-up and to share tips & ideas Quilted Paradise is one of these.