Heather Thomas explains the meaning and importance of repetition with designs and dominance in certain areas. Look at a wide variety of examples that do this well and ones that don’t. Then learn how to try and incorporate the technique properly into your quilt making.
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Using Ripped and Torn Fabric in Strip Quilts
Are you afraid of ripping fabric? Torn or ripped fabric can make a great focal point for your quilts. In this video, Heather Thomas shares some tips for how to rip fabric correctly and ideas for incorporating the strip pieces in your quilt projects. With Heather’s help, you can create gorgeous strip quilts with the…Watch Now >>
How to Cut Fabric for Quilting Blocks
Laura Roberts teaches you how to cut novelty fabric into little squares and make them into a block. She recommends using fabric with motifs that are easy to cut out to make a block, but also shows you how to use stripes, a bias-cut strip, a border stripe, and templates you may have made.Watch Now >>
How to Use a Color Wheel For Quilting
Heather Thomas takes you through the different intensities of the color wheel. Find out how to identify colors by their intensity as well as what colors add power or tone. See examples of quilts and learn how to effectively mix color intensities for your own quilts. Use these tips to make unique and beautiful colored…Watch Now >>
Choosing the Right Quilting Thread
Heather Thomas teaches you all about thread while providing helpful tips and techniques for working with thread. Learn the many types of thread available as well as the many brands and weights of thread. Understand the value of thread and add element to your quilts. Find out all you need to know about thread and…Watch Now >>
I would like to know if any of the quilts in the video are available to buy the quilt pattern particularly the one with leaves
Hi Linda, Thank you for your interest! Unfortunately there are not. They are all one of a kinds.