the art of quilting is a superb collection of 189 tuitional video lessons. many techniques are revealed and you will soon be up and running making many useful
sew along the first edge of the quilt before binding the first corner. to do this, fold the long end of the binding up so it runs parallel with the second edge of the quilt. begin sewing at a 90 degree angle from the last stitch before backstitching over the corner to keep it in place. do this for all of the quilt's edges.
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why do you need to bind a quilt? binding is a long strip of fabric used to neatly cover fabric edges. in a quilt, it’s used to cover the outer edges while holding the quilt top, batting and backing together. binding happens after the quilt is already quilted and the edges are trimmed strht.
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quilt binding is just one of many ways to finish your quilt's edges. do you know which kind to use? here we'll discuss: binding choices and alternatives to traditional bindings; whether or not the strips must be cut on the bias
color was so important that it needed a second episode. today's show is about coloring your quilt with your fabric selection. first, jean impey has a technique she calls reckless -edge
where the bias tape comes together and you have the inch unfastened to the quilt, fold the edge back a half an inch so that there are no edges showing. on the back side of the quilt position the hemmed edge of the bias tape so the stitches that you have sewn the tape to the quilt top do not show and slip stitch the bias tape edge into place.