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If you find yourself losing steam after your patchwork quilt top is made, you’re not alone. But wait! Finishing that quilt is going to be soooo rewarding. Here are some ideas to help you push on to make that quilt backing.
Sandy T saved to quiltbacks
We love all things quilting. Show off your latest project or just learn how to get started. We're here to help!.
Carrie Borchardt saved to Sewing - "Quilt Ideas"
Learn how to baste your quilt using the table top quilt basting method and get off the floor the next time you pin or spray baste - it works with either method and saves your back!
Anita Holden saved to Quilts
I tried to keep my favorites towards the center, the Sei Shonagon, kittens, and bears are aces!
Chelsea Carlton saved to Quilt block
The Campfire Glow Quilt Pattern by Meghan of thencamejune.com. The Campfire Glow Quilt Pattern used two traditional blocks, the 9 Patch and Sawtooth Star, to create a fun, modern quilt. #campfireglowquilt #thencamejunepatterns #modernquilts #beginnerquilts
Then Came June saved to Then Came June Quilts
The Maypole design is the fastest baby quilt pattern you can make! It's beginner friendly and made using large strips of fabric.
Gabriela Homolová saved to patchwork
Have you ever heard of chain piecing? What about chain piecing your rows? This is probably my BEST tip for quilting, especially for my Vintage Lace Quilt pattern or really any other pattern that has vertical and horizontal rows. It makes things super organized and efficient, which lets you have quicker finish. It leaves less room for error, since you are creating the same row over and over again and overall, I think it's a lot of fun. I think you'll like this method, too! Let's jump in…
Laura Howard saved to In Stitches
A blog about two modern cousins who quilt, sew, knit, stitch and craft everyday.
Erline Phillips saved to quilting
Getting perfect points in your quilt top isn't hard, but it does take a little aim! Continue reading to get perfect points in your quilts.
Janet Bouffard saved to quilting
Today, I’m going to show you how to use stencils for quilting. And if you keep reading, you’ll find a special coupon to do some online shopping…. The quilt top is finished. The layers are basted. It’
Monique Vermaat saved to Quilt