Sewing Machine Vs. Serger
Can a Baby Lock serger match up with a Baby Lock sewing machine? Watch as Linda Rainwater and Sara Gallegos go head to head to find out! http://www.babylock.com/sergers/I love my baby lock sewing machine it does the best job over casting the edges of my Bradley. Fabrics. Perfect. Tyson chicken deal yeah. You mean like Batman.
Quilts and More Summer 2016
See the quilts and projects from the Summer 2016 issue of Quilts and More, on newsstands until July 18.
Cooking Up a Quilt
Mix fabric, thread, and lots of love for a handmade project that's perfect to share with others!
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!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
American Patchwork & Quilting June 2016
See the quilts and projects from the June 2016 issue of American Patchwork & Quilting, on newsstands until June 7.
Tips for Making Quilting Decisions
Linda Augsburg chats with Vicki and Cheryl from Handi Quilter about how they quilted two similar quilt tops in very different ways.and there's a lot of ruler work in this, a lot of straight line ." "So even though you marked these lines you still followed with a ruler to get that so precise." "I absolutely followed with
Boxing Bag Corners
Give your handmade bags depth and structure by boxing the corners. Linda shows you how easy it is.
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
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.
first 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
American Patchwork & Quilting April 2016
See the quilts and projects from the April 2016 issue of American Patchwork & Quilting, on newsstands until April 5.