Angie Hodapp goes through a step by step process with you on how to make reversible quilts by using fusible applique. Learn this unique and fun technique as well as see what materials you need! See her many examples and start a new project using these helpful tips!
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Quilt Feathers Patterns and Techniques
Peg Spradlin adds some elegance and beauty to your quilt top by teaching you how to add freeing feathers. Learn how to draft a traditional feather starting with the height and spine. As you become more comfortable with this you will be able to make feathered cables and feathered wreaths.Watch Now >>
How to Choose a Quilting Fabric
Aurora Sisneros and Kelly Pederson Hanson express important tips and information regarding different quilting fabrics. Find out what the many benefits are for using certain fabrics as well as how the size and sharpness of your sewing needle impacts the durability of your quilt. Learn how to find the grain line in quilting fabrics and…Watch Now >>
Chain Reaction Quilt Patterns
June Dudley talks about Lee Heinrich’s piece “Chain Reaction” from Quiltmakers Magazine in March 2012. She also covers different versions of this piece made by Bonnie Stapleton, Melissa Radtke, and Donna Hanley. You can learn how to make this piece with the new sizes from precut 2 ½ inch strips.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 >>
Please…stop saying “go ahead” – it is unnecessary!
I love this technique… I cannot wait to try this
Thank you for sharing!
Thank you. Some really good ideas. I actually learned from this video. However,…
Really Mr Cameraman, Mr Producer, Mr Editor, Mr Director? I’d much prefer to see the stitching rather than the top of the machine. Do you really expect me to watch her cut and trace all of this? Is anyone actually watching this who who wasn’t on the actual shoot before posting?
Wool batting? For a potholder? Don’t you wash yours?
Don’t get me wrong; I LOVED the concept, project and ideas but with a bit of effort this could be presented soooo much more professionally. Would you hire me? 🙂
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