Sewing a flange on a quilt is a simple way to add an accent to your quilt. It highlights the center of the quilt, and provides great interest. This hub shows how to make a quilt flange, inside a border, and inside the binding.
This is for you kiddo, and the best of luck with your super project. Hope the hub will also inspire others to try to make this type of quilt for themselves and I also hope that some of the info given here will help in getting those fabulous memories...
Let Jan T show you her best tips for getting great results when free machine quilting. It's not hard at all.
The techniques used for making story quilts, with many photos as examples, including fabric choice, photo transfer, appliqué, , embroidery, words, and embellishments.
Learn how to trace a quilting template or stencil onto fabric by using these easy to follow video and photo instructions. You'll be tracing in no time.
Quilter shares her skill progression by comparing two of her quilts made over a 37-year span. The nine-patch contains some 1940s fabric. Includes yardage chart and Attic Windows video lesson.
Quilters like to subscribe to magazines to keep up with changes in the quilting world. A listing of quilting magazines that are available in the United States.
This hub answers the quilting terminology question, "What is a traditional quilt?" and explains the common features that all traditional quilts share.
There are two types of modern quilts - one type is based on a time period, and another based on a style of quilt. This hub describes the style of modern quilting.
A description of batiks, particularly in their use in quilts. Examples of quilts made with batik fabrics.