Dana Jones talks about why she likes to use fussy cutting in her quilting projects, shows a few examples of her own work, and then teaches you how to fussy cut for your own quilting. The simple technique can add a great deal of interest to your pieces and really capture the motifs.
Heather Thomas adds dimension with an applique of cocoons and silk carrier rods. You will learn how to make roush and gathered flower. Make sure to soak the carrier rods in water to soften the fibers and saracen before using them.Watch Now >>
Heather Thomas provides a unique technique for adding flower applique to your quilts. Learn how to make flowers out of silk cocoon fabrics. Find out how fun and easy it is to add more beauty to your quilts by adding simple flowers. Go through each step with Heather and begin making a quilt full of…Watch Now >>
Angie Hodapp helps you save time and money at the quilt store for the next time you are buying fabric for a bias binding. After figuring out the math, get into cutting and measuring to bind on the bias. Learn techniques about how to hide the seam and why you should always use a bias…Watch Now >>
Paper piece projects look beautiful and can be rewarding, but oftentimes the fabric is cut too big or too small. Carolyn McCormick gives you tips and tricks on how big to cut pieces using an Add-Enough ruler. This tool will let you cut squares rectangles, or half square triangles.Watch Now >>