The magic and math to making perfect bias binding | Quilting | Quilting tools, Quilt binding, Quilting tutorials
Single fold bias binding (shown on the left above) is ideal for projects that will not be seeing a lot of use, such as a wallhanging.
We were going to call this tutorial: Bias Binding: Basics & Beyond, however, we decided to forgo the clever alliteration and instead focus on the key words ...
Now, take the lower left point of the triangle and bring it up to meet the upper right point of the triangle.
Easiest way to cut bias strips...totally worth watching, if only for the origami folding technique/speed rotary cutting!
I cut them to the size I wanted, and then made quilt sandwiches and quilted them. I did spiral shapes with different base shapes.
The Magic 8 tutorial - this is a great way to make 8 HST at once - She even does an easy equation to figure out how big to cut the original squares
If the strips of fabric are cut along the crosswise grain of your fabric (from selvage to selvage) or the lengthwise grain (from raw edge to raw edge), ...
Half Square Triangles from a Jelly Roll – The Strip Piecing Half Square Triangle Method Tutorial. Quilt ...
Family Tree by Sherri McConnell of A Quilting Life. The fabric collection is the new Clover Hollow by Sherri & Chelsi.
A little bit of practice every day. One day was the outline of two footballs offset on the same row, the next day was the pebbles.
And here's Lauren in her Rope Belledone by Deer & Doe (pattern available in store). By making her own bias tape, she was able to choose the exact color she ...
With the exception of the challenge fabric and felt, no other fabric pieces were added to my stash to create this quilt.
Your quilt looks perfectly fine without a border. But with a border? Masterpiece! That's definitely true when you're using a mitered border — and all you ...
We'll address all four of the most common questions: yardage, cutting, making, and attaching. You're on your own for the blue skies!
Bias striped binding. I absolutely love how the rose minky fabric really does look like cotton candy!
NOTE: At this point, you will need to address how you plan to finish the ends, with a simple overlap, or by sewing the ends together.
When I make mistakes that don't ruin the quilt, I frequently leave them in. I've said before that it's not fun anymore if I have to sew it twice.
... collections is that she always includes some large scale border prints as well as medium-to-large scale all-over prints, so it's easy to keep the quilts ...
The above image, for example, shows a typical half-square triangle set-up with a marked line on the diagonal (that's the center line in pink).
I am finding myself feeling moments of “rush” with this quilt. It is practice, I did not piece it. I do not see it hanging in my house, or given to someone ...
Everything you need to know about how to use stencils for quilting. Lots of tips. The quilt top is finished.
... making a quilt, but it is the icing on your beautiful cake, so it's best to take the extra time and do it right. The video below will demonstrate each ...
Make it scrappy scrappy or control the color combination. It is Fat Quarter friendly. Great project to take on retreat!
I haven't made pinwheels in so long…I forgot how much I love them. It took all my willpower not to stay up all night making a quilt top.
...and snapping a few pictures with a few favorite pictures from the Illustrated Harry Potter and the Scorcerer's Stone book.
Since you've cut your fabric on the bias, you will also notice all the strips have angled ends – perfect for piecing the strips together!