Lori Baker discusses the proper safety techniques that you should implement when using a rotary cutter for your quilting projects. She suggests getting a tool that has a safety lock, keeping your fingers far from the edge when using a ruler and rotary cutter, and putting it away from reach when you aren’t using it.
Heather Thomas talks about why she likes you to use textured fabrics on her quilting projects and shows off a few examples of her quilts that utilize textured fabrics. Some of her favorites are dobby, pineapple silk, linen, flower-embroidered, ruffled, and jacquard.Watch Now >>
Heather teaches you about two of her favorite ways to photo or image transfer something permanently. First, learn how to decide what kind of printer you should be using. Once that is resolved, see how to transfer your image using two different methods using some of Heather’s recommended materials.Watch Now >>
In this video, quilter Laura Roberts shares some helpful tips for storing your quilting supplies. She’ll teach you how to keep your quilting supplies safe and in good condition, while also discussing the “don’ts” you’ll want to avoid. Follow Laura’s tips to prevent any storage headaches! Related Articles: Organizing Your Sewing Room Part 1: ThreadWatch Now >>
Sherri Driver demonstrates how to make a piped binding with a machine. The technique originates from Debra Wagner’s “Traditional Quilts Todays Techniques” book. Sherri wants to make sure your work stands out by using flashy fabric as well as showing you how to make perfectly mitered binding for corners.Watch Now >>