Laura Roberts shows you a Heidi Pridemore quilt that is made using fusible applique. This is a simple block set up where you fuse the design in place and then edge stitch. Also, take a look at the endless possibilities of fusible web that you can use. Once you get that, learn how to make the same quilt as Heidi or your own.
Joli Sayasane gets the look of curved and dimensional piecing without the tricky work. She teaches you how to make a tulip block using this technique that consists of only rectangles and squares. Start by making a center piece and then add a four patch square for the petals.Watch Now >>
Angie Hodapp talks to you about doing some turned edge applique. Start by tracing your design and then cutting out the individual pieces. Next, turn the fabrics; make sure to bend it the way you want first and then crease it for a smooth finish. When sewing the pieces together keep your original trace toWatch Now >>
One of the most important things to understand as a quilter is how to read a pattern. Laura Roberts talks about the different ways patterns are written, and what we can look for to help us read any type of pattern. Watch this video tutorial showcasing patterns from various quilting magazines – it will helpWatch Now >>
Heather Thomas demonstrates how borders can be used in several different ways. See her many examples and find out how important it is for your quilts to have border balance. Learn the guidelines for quilting borders as well as what a border system is! Use these tips to help you make good choices in yourWatch Now >>