Show Me How: Small Quilt
Linda Augsburg shows you how to create an easy star quilt! Download the pattern and follow along: www.allpeoplequilt.com/showmehowquilt
Show Me How: Table Runner
Sew along with Linda as she walks you through making a simple table runner. Download the pattern at: allpeoplequilt.com/showmehowrunnerfirst two strips together and here's my third strip you do wanna pay special attention if you've got some in directional like lettering. That you have been going the way you want I want and my letters
Machine Quilting: Sizing Designs
Changing the size of your designs can add interest and movement to your quilting.out. So here I have the rectangle. I'm going to get a water soluble pen or marking utensil and I'm going to just separate it in sections. Now for here, let's say I wanted to go smaller in the corner and then gradually bigger, so I would just mark two general lines to generally divided into three sections. And then I'll start quilting. So let's do pebbles." "And the importance of having a water soluble marker as opposed to an air soluble marker is you want that designed to be there a little bit longer in casewhole time that you're doing it because then you know it's a visual cue in keeping your sections sort of straight from one another." "Yes, and if you're working over a whole large quilt and you have some hanging over, you're not going to maybe remember exactly where you had that marked out, so that helps give you a road map , just a guide." "Terrific, so when it comes time to erase the water soluble marker, you'll have a gradual treat." "All you'll see is a transition." "Great idea. I love the idea of changing the scale
One Million Pillowcase Challenge: Roll It Up
The Roll It Up method of making a pillowcase is super fast, easy, and creates a band with no exposed seams. Download the pattern at: allpeoplequilt.com/pillowcasepatternjust like turning a sweater sleeve right side out again. Or your pant legs . So you're just going to keep sliding it out. And if you pull on the far end, the right side end of
One Million Pillowcase Challenge: Finish with French Seams
Finish your pillowcase with French seams. This technique leaves no raw edges exposed which makes a perfect pillowcase! Download the pattern at allpeoplequilt.com/pillowcasepatternof fabric in. And I also pinned along this side, but I payed special attention to pinning here at the inner section of the band, because I want to make sure that that meets up nicely. So
Machine Quilting Designs: Clamshell
The clamshell design is a versatile option for your quilt. Try the basic design or add a little flair for a unique look. Angela Walters and Jennifer Keltner show you how.
Machine Quilting Designs: Triangles
Jennifer Keltner and Angela Walters show you how to use a stacked triangle design. It's perfect for sashing and borders! No rulers or marking needed.coming to a point, coming back, and angling off that in the opposite direction . And like you said, I don't use rulers. I just kind of trying to get those diagonal lines pretty close, but again, if they're kind of off, I'm not worried about it." "So, the extra stitching lines on here were
Machine Quilting Designs: Pulleys
Jennifer Keltner and Angela Walters show you two machine quilting designs -- matchstick and pulley.(or what I like to call back-and-forth lines) -- that dense back-and-forth, up - and - down line." "Sometimes they're called matchstick." "Yes. Different applications of the lines, so here, I just brought this sample to show you thatreally a great all-purpose design. And so I'm just going to quilt up and down . The one thing that I do, though, is I do the little turn when I get near the seam and I do
Machine Quilting: Get Started!
Get started machine quilting with these tips. You'll be quilting like a pro in no time!
Machine Quilting Designs: Arcs
Arcs are a fast and easy way to quickly fill in sashing and borders. They work well in irregular shapes too! Find out how to quilt this versatile design!And here you can see that I'm taking that basic straight-line piano key design and just adding a nice little curve to it." "But how do you travel when you're doing the arc design?" "It's kind