Quilt top stitching patterns
Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Quilt top stitching patterns. Get inspired and try out new things.
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marion o'neill saved to Easy Quilts
When we came across this article of the best machine quilting tips we knew we had to share it with our readers. The tips are detailed and contain links to products that will help you to get the bes…
Shannon saved to Crafts tutorials
Today I am excited to show you what I made using the new GO! Kite die AccuQuilt sent me! The GO! Kite is one of 11 new dies that AccuQuilt introduced this month. Here is a little peek of project number one. In this one, I chose to leave the kite portion of the block as negative space. I prepare for cutting by measuring the size of the die. Then I use that width plus a 1/4" to cut strips from my fabric. I fold my strips into portions to allow for the length of the die. Here you can see that…
Paula Fontanini saved to Quilts
Melody Crust talks on her blog about the importance of selecting the right quilting pattern to make the most impact on your quilt top. Calling straight line quilting elegant, click HERE to learn mo…
Simple Quilting uses clean lines and shapes to support the piecing and fabric in your quilt top. These steps help ensure your project is a success.
Susan Handcock-Brown saved to Quilts
Using a walking foot is the easiest and quickest way to quilt borders. Continue reading for 7 easy border quilting ideas using a walking foot.
Kathleen Sidoti saved to Quilting
Have you ever bought a quilt pattern just to realize that the pattern designer’s definition of a throw-size quilt isn’t the same as yours? Luckily, widening the size of your quilt top isn’t as difficult as it may seem. In today’s post, I’ll share three different ways to adjust the size of your quilt top...Continue Reading
Lori Mickle saved to Quilting
I think we can all agree that as quilters we have this deeply implanted love of creating and being creative, and that creativity doesn’t just stop at piecing a quilt top. Doing the actu…
Mary Alice Tayerle saved to DIY projects to try
Free motion quilting can be tricky to get the hang of when you are just starting out. One thing that can make it easier and less intimidating is drawing or transferring the quilting design or motif onto the quilt top or project. Ashley Hough shows you how to do this using freezer paper, which eliminates the need to draw directly on the fabric.
Welcome to this week's installment of the Top 10 Tips for new quilters - Quilting with your Walking Foot. For the complete line up of weekly tips, please see this page. Quilting with your Walking Foot: You have completed your latest quilt top! Yes! What an accomplishment. Now what? Lots of quilters shy away from finishing their own quilts for various reasons. Maybe their sewing machine is pretty small and they are afraid to take on a large project with such a small machine? I started out…
Amma saved to Quilting patterns