WOF – Width of Fabric – usually between 42 and 44 inches.
HST – Half Square Triangle – a pieced square made of 2 triangles.
Sandwiching - layering a quilt and basting or pinning the backing, batting, and quilt top together.
Fat Quarter – a 18″ x 22″ piece of fabric
Fat Eighth – a 9″ by 22″ piece of fabric.
Jelly Roll – approximately 40 strips of 2.5″ x WOF pieced of fabric, usually representing one or two piece from each fabric in a certain line.
Honey Bun – approximately 40 strips of 1.5″ x WOF pieced of fabric, usually representing one or two piece from each fabric in a certain line.
Charm Pack – a stack of about 30-40, 5″ squares representing each fabric from a designers line.
Chocolate Bar- a stack of about 30-40, 5″ x 2.5″rectangles representing each fabric from a designers line.
Flying Geese – a pieced rectangle with a triangle in the center the width of the block.
Bee – a quilt in which several people each make a block to contribute to a larger project.
Quiltie - a small sized wall hanging quilt; sometimes called a doll quilt.
Mug Rug - an mini place-mat sized quilt used for setting a mug on!
BSR - Bernina Stitch Regulator – an awesome foot for the Bernina sewing machine that uses an optical sensor to regulate the length of your stitch while free-motion quilting.