Heather Thomas teaches you about adding texture to the surface of your quilts by wrinkling the fabric. You can do this by wrapping the fabric over night in rubber bands and ironing it flat before attaching it your quilt. You can keep the wrinkles permanent by pressing the fabric onto a piece of binding.
Angie Hodapp helps you save time and money at the quilt store for the next time you are buying fabric for a bias binding. After figuring out the math, get into cutting and measuring to bind on the bias. Learn techniques about how to hide the seam and why you should always use a bias…Watch 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 your…Watch Now >>
Heather Thomas provides fun and new techniques for adding fringe to your quilts. See how artsy fringe can embellish your quilts and add visual interest to them. Learn how to make your own fringe with your sewing machine as well as how to properly stitch the fringe into the quilts. Find out how artsy you…Watch Now >>
Dana Jones teaches you how to prepare a binding for attachment to a quilt. She demonstrates some of the essential quilting tips and techniques that you’ll need to use in order to properly create decorative binding strips that you can use on any quilt. More Quilt Binding content from National Quilters Circle: Tips for Preparing…Watch Now >>