Sherri Driver does machine free motion quilting upside down. No, she isn’t standing on her head while she quilts. You will learn to start sewing from the backing of the quilt following the fabric design from your quilting guide. Look at a variety of colors and designs done using this method.
Joli Sayasane gets the look of curved and dimensional piecing without the tricky work. She teaches you how to make a tulip block using this technique that consists of only rectangles and squares. Start by making a center piece and then add a four patch square for the petals.Watch Now >>
Dana Jones teaches you how to prepare a binding for attachment to a quilt. She demonstrates some of the essential quilting tips and techniques that you’ll need to use in order to properly create decorative binding strips that you can use on any quilt. More Quilt Binding content from National Quilters Circle: Tips for PreparingWatch Now >>
Heather Thomas teaches you how to effectively add excitement to your quilts through beading. See many examples of quilts that contain accent beading and find out the appropriate time to add beads to your quilt. Learn how to add different styles of beading to your quilts as well as how to hide your beading knotsWatch Now >>
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 >>