How to Make Reversible Quilts

Duration: 16:19

Laura Roberts teaches you how to sandwich a reversible quilt with ease. Make sure before making both quilts that the border of your backing quilt has four extra inches on every side. Learn the rest of the steps like folding your quilts in half length and width wise, creasing them, and matching the two up perfectly.

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7 Responses to “How to Make Reversible Quilts”
  1. Gerrie Patrick
    Gerrie Patrick

    I like the idea that it is reversible, because my grandkids like it so that whatever side is out doesn’t matter and no one will tell them the are using the wrong side up.

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  2. Diana
    Diana

    Wouldn’t it be easier to make small markings in the back of each layer so you can see the creasing better? A suggestion.

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      Lindsay
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  3. Maryann McClain
    Maryann McClain

    Great video! This would work well if you’re using a sewing machine to do the quilting or are quilting by hand. Would really like to see a video on how to load a reversible quilt on a longarm.

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    • Customer Service
      Customer Service

      Hi April. If you prefer to spray baste- you can still use the same technique and work in small sections at a time when it comes to spraying the adhesive. This way you can make sure an area is lined up correctly and make adjustments if needed before basting the whole top.
      Ashley
      National Quilters Circle

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