Dana Jones shows you several methods to incorporate flying geese into your quilt along with the reason for adding them. Learn how to make your own flying geese individually or use a system to make multiple at once.
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Making Scrap Quilts with Torn Bits and Strips
Heather Thomas talks about using torn bits and scraps of leftover fabric on smaller quilting projects to create fun, unique pieces. She shows several examples of her own work, including a project that she based off of her daughter’s scribbling and a few pieces that contain schlubs, or thread that gets left behind in the…Watch Now >>
Hand Beading on Fabric with Bugle Beads and Single Stitch
Heather Thomas teaches you how to hand bead so you can add even more extravagance to your quilt. It is very simple to learn and she teaches you using only five basic stitches. The different types you will learn is the bugle stitch that uses bugle beads, the stack stitch using multiple fancy beads, a…Watch Now >>
How to Make a Quilt Journal
Do you like to keep leftover pieces of fabric in remembrance of a quilt you made that you love? Erin Russek is the same way and shows you how to make a journal she made to store them. She recommends using Strathmore visual journals because they have a solid cover. Then take the measurements, put…Watch Now >>
Easy-to-Make Mug Rugs from Charm Squares
If you are looking for a nice gift idea, this is the project for you. Kelly Hanson shows us how to make a mug rug that is perfect for holding coffee or tea without making a mess. This gift is easy to make and is perfect for friends or family. Choose some fun fabric and…Watch Now >>
Why do you say press the seams and then demonstrate ironing the seam?
Greetings from White Plains, NY Love to you, Joe and Ellie!
What size is the large square in the second method?
I have the same question Dana!
Hi Laura, I have the same question; what size is the square in option 2 and how do we know what size to Use?
Shouldn’t the square in the first method shown be 3 1/2, not 3 7/8 as stated? How can you line up a 3 7/8 square on three sides of a 3 1/2 by 6 1/2 rectangle?
You are correct Mary. I followed her instructions and it did not match up.
I used a 3 1/2 inch square and it turned out perfectly. Thank you for bringing this to our attention, I’m sorry for any confusion this may have caused you.
Kelly Pederson Hanson