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How To Make Split Binding for Quilts

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How To Make Split Binding for Quilts

Have you ever wanted to have binding to match the front & back of your quilts? Learn how to make a dark & light split binding so your quilt binding matches both front and back materials. Credits: Catwomanmn YouTube Channel

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Easy Beginner Quilt Pattern: Solitaire Quilt

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Easy Beginner Quilt Pattern: Solitaire Quilt

The Solitaire quilt pattern is designed to be quick, easy. Really great for a beginner quilter! It includes 5 different quilt sizes: Baby, Lap, Throw, Twin, and Queen/King quilt sizes. This quilt pattern is block-based, so it’s easy to make it your own if you want a size not listed in the pattern. Credits: Homemade Emily Jane YouTube Channel. Get the pattern here: https://homemadeemilyjane.com/product/solitaire-quilt-pattern/

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An Encyclopedia Of Free Motion Quilting Designs

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An Encyclopedia Of Free Motion Quilting Designs

Helen Godden has been very busy the last 6 months, and I am excited to announce her Australia Quilt is FINALLY FINISHED!It's big, bright and colorful and fondly referred to as 'The Monster'.This quilt is painted with Sun Dyes on unwashed calico/muslin and is 6.5m x 1.5m.Not only it is a stunning piece on the flora, fauna, geography, topography, and urbanization of Australia, it is indeed an encyclopedia of free motion quilting designs for inspiration-seeking. Credits: Helen Godden Quilts YouTube Channel

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Learn To Sew Simple Floral-like Quilt Blocks

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Learn To Sew Simple Floral-like Quilt Blocks

Learn to sew this simple floral-like quilt block. It looks like a very simple flower. Use your scraps and make a quilt! Credits: My Sewing Room youTube Channel

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Vintage CRAZY QUILT ~ What can we learn?

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Vintage CRAZY QUILT ~ What can we learn?

Let's look at Kris great-grandmother's Crazy Quilt and see what we can learn from her as a maker. Thank you so much for watching. Credits: Sew the Distance YouTube Channel

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