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Quilting Techniques for Learning How to Quilt
Dana Jones shows you several methods to incorporate flying geese into your quilt along with the reason for adding them. Learn how to make your own flying geese individually or use a system to make multiple at once.
Learn the basics of quilting and unleash your creativity. Here are some basic quilting techniques to get you started.
Learn how to reduce bulk and keep your quilt blocks flat with this simple technique of nesting seams. The Sewing Loft
The quilt as you go technique (QAYG) simplifies quilting for beginners because it is an easy way to join quilted pieces by machine. Instead of handling bulky quilts, you will learn to quilt your project as you piece it. Quilt-as-you-go is ideal for machine appliquéd projects and this tutorial will walk you through this easy quilting method. Try it out on a simple mug rug project and you’ll be hooked.
How to Make Reversible Quilts: from www.nationalquilterscircle.com sign up- it's free. In this video tutorial Laura Roberts teaches you how to sandwich a reversible quilt. Helpful tips on making your borders, folding you quilts and matching the two up perfectly. VisitSite: http://www.nationalquilterscircle.com/video/how-to-make-reversible-quilts/
Learning how to sew a perfect (scant) 1/4" seam is vital to making your quilts turn out the way the pattern says they will. Learn how at QuiltersDiary.com. Click through the pin to see the tutorial.
How to join quilt blocks using the quilt as you go method.
This is ingenious! John Flynn's Diagonal backing calculator helps to minimize the amount of fabric needed for your quilt backing. (Flynn was a bridge-building engineer before he became a quilter, and you can tell it from his great tricks.)
How to Fold Your Fabric for Cutting: Quilting Tips and Tricks-video
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