Heather Thomas likes to sew her edges on with a machine when she can. This video shows a plethora of different edging you can use for your next project. Some of the ones displayed are a satin stitch, iron on adhesive, crocheted trim, a rat tail with a whip stitch, a satin stitch with a contrasting decorative stitch, and leather trim with a blanket stitch.
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 >>
Heather Thomas demonstrates how borders can be used in several different ways. See her many examples and find out how important it is for your quilts to have border balance. Learn the guidelines for quilting borders as well as what a border system is! Use these tips to help you make good choices in yourWatch 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. Related Article: Tips for Preparing Your Quilt BindingWatch Now >>
Paper piece projects look beautiful and can be rewarding, but usually the fabric is cut too big or too small. Carolyn McCormick gives you tips and tricks about how big to cut pieces using an add enough ruler. This tool will let you cut squares rectangles, or half square triangles.Watch Now >>