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When your quilt is just wider than your backing fabric, we’ve got a solution!
We’ve gathered together some of our favorite techiques for binding quilted projects with downloadable informationa and some great videos, too.
A steam iron can be your friend in getting your quilt blocks to size.
Not a big fan of paper piecing? Here’s how to convert a foundation-pieced block design for traditional piecing.
Here’s how to convert a pattern that uses strip-piecing to traditional quilt-making techniques.
Y-seams scare off many quilters. But if you can start and stop sewing on a dot, you can make a perfect set-in seam. Here’s how.
Rotary cutting with acrylic rulers is a wonderful tecnique, but there are lots of shapes that must be cut using templates. Don’t worry — it’s easy. Jinny shows you how.
Some blocks that look like they require an inset seam can actually be constructed using a much faster technique: a partial seam. Let’s see how it works.
Careful marking is the secret to sewing curved patches. It ensures your patches line up and your stitching is an accurate 1/4-inch.
To give yourself the best chance for blocks that lie flat and smooth, consider the fabric grainline when positioning your patches for cutting. Jinny gives you some tips!
Piecing a Lone Star can seem like a daunting task but with strip-piecing techniques and a few tips we think you will find this much easier than expected.