You can easily make small quilts (3' x 5') with new fleece or well-loved sweatshirts using either a sewing machine or a serger. The directions for the purchased fleece complies with the requirements designated by Operation Quiet Comfort for use by our wounded service men and women around the world.
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.
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.
One of the quilting terms that are frequently used is quilt blocks. This hub defines quilt blocks, and provides some resources for quilt block patterns.
Making an original quilt design can be intimidating, but whether you are new to quilting or a seasoned veteran, designing a quilt by hand is an easy and rewarding process. Just follow the steps in this article and you'll be on your way to creating your own original work of art.
Instructions to how to make a whole cloth quilt including the types of fabric to use, basting, quilting and finishing the quilt.
Make sure your quilting experience is fun and safe when you learn about the benefits of quilting with children.
This hub answers the quilting terminology question, "What is a traditional quilt?" and explains the common features that all traditional quilts share.
Let Jan T show you her best tips for getting great results when free machine quilting. It's not hard at all.
Make your own easy-to-sew patchwork eagle wallhanging! Use the FREE SEWING PATTERN!