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How wide should I cut my continuous bias binding to get the size I want?  I discovered this after I measured 1 3/4" and ended up with 1 1/4" continuous binding.  I don't understand why, but I'm sure it has something to do with the parallelogram that's formed when making the binding.  Important to know if you're making bias binding.

Quilt Binding Using Free Quilting Instructions for Making Bias Binding

How to make a prairie point trim.  Oh, so that's what they're called.  :-)

Sewing Techniques from the Past

How to make prairie points (sorry there was no smaller photo). I made these once upon a time for some projects. Neat idea for an apron hem.

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great quilt quotes: 49 quilting quotes for all occasions -- find the perfect quote to put on the label for baby quilts, weddings, graduation, friendship, and more.

This block makes a perfect twin size quilt (66" x 88") if you make 48 blocks (6x8)

cutting measurements for this block - scrappy - great idea for small quilt - 48 blocks, 8 rows of 6 blocks each, for twin size quilt

FQ cut.

13 Sewing Cheat Sheets That Will Save You Hours

Helpful quilting math :) 1 fat quarter = 5 charm squares, 1 layer cake square and 2 jelly roll strips

Do you nest your seams? Assemble your quilt top with more accuracy by learning the the power of nesting seams in patchwork.

Quilting Lessons: The Basics of Nesting Seams

The Nine Patch is the perfect quilt block to learn how to nest seams. Learn how with this easy tutorial from Simple Simon & Co.

Handy chart for quilting.

Helpful Charts - The Sassy Quilter Charts - quilt size chart from Sassy Quilter- go to her site for more charts Really want excellent helpful hints on arts and crafts?

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