Notebook Cover: Show Me How
A notebook cover makes a great gift! This one has a pocket on the front and two on the inside for even more function. Two sets of 2.5" strips set in a staggered style make a fun quilt in no time! Click Here for instructions.
Quilted Camera Case: Show Me How
Make this fun quilted camera case - it's perfect for your camera or phone. Linda Augsburg shows you how!
Quilt as You Go Table Runner: Show Me How
This patriotic table runner goes together in no time thanks to the quilt as you go method. Linda shows you how!
Skinny Strip Quilt: Show Me How
Two sets of 2.5" strips set in a staggered style make a fun quilt in no time! Click Here for instructions.
Pillowcase - Show Me How
A pieced-band pillowcase is a great stand-alone project or to make to match a quilt! Linda Augsburg shows you how! Click Here for instructions.turned the pillowcase right side out and put the band over the cut edge of the pillowcase with the pieced part towards the right side of the pillowcase body and again you've got all three of
Market Bag: Show Me How
Sew along with Linda as she sews a bag with a handy front pocket. Learn how to make handles, box corners and add a lining! Click Here for instructions.Hi I'm Linda, Editorial Content Chief for American Patchwork & Quilting, in this Show me How Video brought to you by Baby Lock. We're going to show you how to make this little market bag. It's a very sturdy bag for taking to the farmers market or on a trip, great for holding books, whatever you need. So to get instructions for this go to AllPeopleQuilt.com/ShowMeHowMarket. And let's
Boxing Bag Corners
Give your handmade bags depth and structure by boxing the corners. Linda shows you how easy it is.
7 Star Worthy Quilts to Inspire your Quilting
Marie and Vicki of Handi Quilter chat with Linda and show mini quilts from their 2015 Quilt Challenge. 7 different quilts to inspire your quilting!do free motion quilting but she did add some different dimensions. "Some straight line there too and even in the straight line grid she has in that corner she put in a little bit of free motion inside." "Yes, she did." (Amazing.) "Diane." "Sobecause this is Kelly's favorite tool to use, is rulers, circle rulers, straight line rulers, this grid, this here I just love this. Love, love love." "And it's so dense in here with those lines again
7 More Star Worthy Quilts to Inspire your Quilting
Marie and Vicki of Handi Quilter chat with Linda and show more mini quilts from their 2015 Quilt Challenge. Another 7 mini quilts to inspire your quilting!one, right? Doesn't that rust color with the blue? So this is Mary Beth and she used the different color of thread as well as the different couching but look how, I mean this is balanced." (It is) "Again she had to balance it." (She turned it into an 8-pointed star) "Then she added this beautiful motif there with the circle, very balanced." "Yes, almost art deco in feel." She still used some threads that matched that kind of just put the texture into the fabric, put that micro
Baby Lock National Quilting Month -- Bias Binding
Baby Lock celebrates National Quilting Month with video quilting tips. Watch as Pam Damour shows you the easiest and quickest way to make continuous bias binding. All you need is 22" x 18.5" of fabric to get over 5 yards of bias binding. Baby Lockfirst thing I'm gonna do if I'm gonna measure my Baffert. Labeling tape measure how many people fabric and the measures 22 inches. This play. And this play at measures. About eighteen and a half so