For our seventh Make of Christmas we are bringing back an oldie but a goodie. In this replay on how to make a pillowcase, I show you how to use your leftover yardage or novelty fabric to create a custom pillowcase with no raw edges. That means we cover how to do a hot dog […]
I just LOVE a good mitered border. This is the king of all borders in my opinion, reserved for the most striking patterns and fabrics. I choose to use a mitered border for two reasons: The quilt is put together on point and it would just look weird to all of a sudden have a […]
Learn how to make a pillowcase using your favorite novelty fabric, sport team, cartoon character or just fabric leftovers to match your latest quilt. Stephanie Soebbing from http://www.QuiltAddictsAnonymous.com breaks down the process and uses a French seam, which encloses all edges so you don’t need a serger and your pillowcase will look more professional than […]
This project has been on the back burner ever since I snagged this seafoam green vintage Singer and sewing machine cabinet for about $50 at the thrift shop a couple years ago. When I got it, the legs were shaky, the wood top was scratched and the stain was dull and boring. My vision was […]
Learn how to make double pinwheel blocks for your quilt without cutting a single triangle. This construction method keeps your fabric from stretching on the bias, which makes for perfect piecing where blocks turn out the right size, points are where they are supposed to be and your quilt lies flat. This tutorial is part […]
Learn how to finish binding your T-shirt quilt by sewing the binding to the back of the quilt by hand. For more tutorials, patterns and videos, go to http://www.quiltaddictsanonymous.com
Update your decor with a new slipcover for your throw pillows. This video shows you how to make them and install an invisible zipper.
Learn how to quilt your T-shirt quilt. For more videos, fabric requirements and supply lists, visit http://www.quiltaddictsanonymous.com/tutorials.
Learn how to mark your quilt top and how to make a quilt sandwich by layering and pin basting the three layers of the quilt together. For complete instructions, supply lists and fabric requirements, visit http://quiltaddictsanonymous.com/tutorials/.
What you’ll need: A large flat surface to work on, such as a floor or folding table. Backing fabric that is 10 inches wider and longer than your quilt top. I buy fabric that is specifically made for quilt backs that is 108 inches wide. Warm and White or Warm and Natural batting that is […]