Ashley Hough, editor at National Quilters Circle, teaches you how to make a spider web table topper in this exclusive class. She demonstrates step-by-step how to cut the template pieces and assemble them, how to make narrow bias tape and how to appliqué it to the table topper top. Once the top is finished, it can be layered and quilted as desired. Ashley also demonstrates how to bind a curved edge and how to miter corners that are odd angles.
No quilt is complete without binding. Ashley Hough and Toby Lischko demonstrate how to attach a traditional binding using both machine and hand stitching, how to bind a curved edge, how to make a flange binding and how to fold the backing around the edge of a quilt to create a binding.Watch Now >>
Learn how to make a hexagon kaleidoscope quilt block using a 60-degree triangle template or the 60-degree line on your quilting ruler. Ashley Hough will demonstrate how to arrange the blocks into three different variations and then how to assemble the pieces of the hexagon.Watch Now >>
Ashley Hough demonstrates multiple ways to create prairie points, with open folds on both the front of the point as well as on the side of the point for overlapping prairie points. Learn how to attach the points to a quilt and how to add them to the center of fun blocks like pinwheels.Watch Now >>