• 13:29

    Mitering Any Degree Corner

    When it comes to quilting, a mitered corner is generally done when adding a binding to finish a quilt or project, which is generally rectangular or square. However, a perfectly mitered corner isn’t just for a 90-degree angle. Learn how to fold and stitch a mitered corner onto any angle on a project- Ashley Hough…

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  • 38:18

    Joining Quilt-As-You-Go Blocks

    Quilting an entire quilt, especially a larger, bed-sized quilt, can be intimidating. Learn how to break it up into smaller, more manageable sections using an easy quilt-as-you-go technique. There are several different versions and techniques for quilt-as-you-go. Ashley Hough shows you how to join your blocks with sashing and backing fabric. Quilt-As-You-Go Blocks Prep Ashley…

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  • 24:26

    Adding a Hanging Sleeve

    A quilt hanging sleeve is the perfect addition to any size of quilt in order to easily display it on a wall. Colleen Tauke shows how to add a quilt hanging sleeve to a quilt, either before or after the quilt has been bound.

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  • 4:28

    Bernina Q 16 Longarm Quilting Machine

    Quilting anything from a single block project to a large quilt is easy on the Bernina Q 16. This Q series sit down machine has 16 inches of throat space to easily accommodate any project. The block featured in this video finishes at 16”, making it the perfect project to either practice or master your…

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  • 6:17

    Tear Away Quilting Designs from Urban Elementz

    If you shy away from free motion quilting because you aren’t sure how to mark the quilting design onto your top in a way that is easily removable – Tear Away Quilting designs from Urban Elementz are the perfect solution! In this tutorial, Ashley Hough shows you what these quilting designs are and how they…

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  • 5:27

    Free Motion Quilting with Freezer Paper

    Free motion quilting can be tricky to get the hang of when you are just starting out. One thing that can make it easier and less intimidating is drawing or transferring the quilting design or motif onto the quilt top or project. Ashley Hough shows you how to do this using freezer paper, which eliminates…

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  • 12:38

    Preparing Your Quilt for Longarm Quilting

    If you are planning to have your quilt quilted by someone with a longarm quilting machine, learn how to properly prepare the quilt before giving it to them. As a professional longarm quilter, ZJ Humbach teaches you several great tips and techniques that can help out your quilter and ensure you get the end results…

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  • 24:45

    Joining Binding Ends

    When attaching a binding to your quilt, whether big or small, joining the ends can be tricky. In this video, Toby Lischko demonstrates four different ways to join your ends when binding your quilt, starting with one of the easier methods and progressing to more difficult ones. Quilt Binding After you’ve learned how to make…

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  • 4:06

    How to Add a Diagonal Stitch

    Adding a binding is the final step in most quilting projects, whether you are making a large bed sized quilt or a simple wall hanging. For some, turning the corners and making a perfect mitered ninety degree turn is the most difficult part. Ashley Hough shares a quick tip that can make turning those corners…

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