Joli Sayasane discusses the advantages of having your fabric torn opposed to being cut. Some of the benefits are that it helps you find the strait of grain, improve your piecing, and eliminate wavy borders. If it isn’t torn, snip in about a half inch from the side it and rip it yourself to see where the grain is. If your lines aren’t completely on grain, learn how to straighten it out.
Shadow Applique Techniques
Peg Spradlin demonstrates how to combine shadow applique with colorful pieces of fabric and felt that are overlaid by translucent fabric such has batiste, organza, voile, or muslin. First, audition different colors with the translucent fabrics because you may not always get the result you expect. From there learn how to stitch the two fabrics…Watch Now >>
How to Make Fringe For Quilts
Heather Thomas provides fun and new techniques for adding fringe to your quilts. See how artsy fringe can embellish your quilts and add visual interest to them. Learn how to make your own fringe with your sewing machine as well as how to properly stitch the fringe into the quilts. Find out how artsy you…Watch Now >>
Making Pipe Flanges for Quilt Borders
Dana Jones teaches you all about how to make pipe flanges for your quilt borders. Learn simple ways to add texture to your quilts and find out how to best use flanges throughout your quilt. See what tools work best and utilize the tips provided to add texture to your beautiful quilts.Watch Now >>
How to Attach Binding to a Quilt
Dana Jones teaches you how to attach a binding to a quilt with mitered edging. She demonstrates some of the essential quilting tips and techniques that you’ll need to use in order to complete the binding, walking you step by step through the entire process, and shows an example of a completed binding.Watch Now >>
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