It’s easy to get started as a new quilter! That’s why, at Runaway Quilting, we created “The Ultimate Guide to Quilting for Beginners.” If you’re just beginning with quilting—or you know someone who is—download this helpful guide for free. Here’s what you’ll learn: -Which four things you need to get started -How to size your quilt -What you need to know about quilt batting so your quilt turns out perfectly, and more.
NO MORE MARKING QUILTS! . . . Layer up to 15 pieces of freezer paper,trace your design on the top piece and stitch through all of the layers using a size 110 (jeans needle) piercing freezer paper. You have an exact copy of the design for all of your blocks or borders. So fast and SO easy!
Grandma Jane is back with a great beginning quilting tutorial, the Disappearing Nine Patch, and a fabulous giveaway. I can’t take any credit for this giveaway. Mom came up with this idea herself and personally purchased these items for one lucky reader all on her own. Mom knows how much you all mean to me …
Notorious for beginning a project and then realizing “I really didn’t think this through,” I saw a beautiful vest in a catalog and I thought, “I can copy that vest right down to the quilting patterns.” Once again, my over confidence got the best of me. The quilted lines on the catalog vest were perfectly straight. The quilt lines matched at the shoulders and were spaced flawlessly. As an expert seamstress, I was confident this was not going to be a problem. Yeah, right!
Peg Spradlin provides extremely helpful tips on machine quilting for beginners. Find out her secret techniques that make the learning process much faster. See what tools you may need as well as what thread and needle work best to begin with. Grab your sewing machine and begin making beautiful quilts yourself.