How to Make Your Own Machine Quilting Table | Hunker
If you are a quilter, then you know how important it is to have plenty of table room to support your fabric. Most sewing machines do not come with adequate table space. Large fold up tables can be placed on both sides of the quilting machine, or you can opt to make your own machine quilting table.
No-Waste Flying Geese Tutorial
I've been working on my Snowflake Medallion quilt and it's ready to have a round of Flying Geese pieced to it. Several years ago I learned an effective and easy way to make Flying Geese blocks. This method suits best when you want four identical Flying Geese, and you don't want to waste any scrap of fabric. It's my favorite way to make FGs. If you wish to calculate the size of your geese, know that the finished width of the block is twice the finished height of the block. To calculate for…
Corner 4-Patch, One Block Many Quilts Tutorial - QuiltNotes
The corner 4-patch quilt block is easy and fun to make. Use scraps, fat quarters or yardage or a combination of all three. Strip piecing or patchwork piecing or both can be used. This article includes instructions for 6 quilt sizes.
The Patchsmith on Instagram: “Rolling Nine Patch - this month's block for @fatquartershop charity quilt. #patchsmithbad2017 #fqsfun #fqsqal #patchworkqal”
211 Likes, 2 Comments - The Patchsmith (@thepatchsmith) on Instagram: “Rolling Nine Patch - this month's block for @fatquartershop charity quilt. #patchsmithbad2017…”
4 best kept secrets to perfecting the flying geese quilt block
Yesterday I explained why, you may have so many unfinished quilts and how the PFAFF creative icon helps finish projects. Today's post explains the 4 best kept secrets to perfecting the flying geese with 4 best features on the creative icon for precision piecing. ... #creativeicon #freepatterns
Whirled Quilt Block tutorial
It’s my turn again to choose a block for our do.Good Stitches group. We'll be using black, gray and white fabrics: Our block for this month is called Whirled: It’s an easy block that has very little waste – love that! It’s quick to make too. The finished block measures 12.5” For ONE block, you’ll need two pieces of your main fabric that measure 5” x 14” and two 5” squares of white, cut once diagonally: Step 1: Lay out the 5” x 14” strips. Measure in 4.5" from each end. Using a ruler that has…