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Conquer Your Unfinished Objects for Good

Have a pile of UFOs (unfinished objects)? Here's our guide to finishing them once-and-for-all!
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Save Fabric with This Magic Way to Make Bias Binding

If you have curved or scalloped edges to bind, you'll need bias binding to stretch around the shape. Making bias binding takes the most yardage, but Lindsay shows you how to make a continuous strip from a square of fabric.
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Tips for Free Motion Quilting on a Domestic Sewing Machine

Joanna shares her top tips for free motion quilting on a domestic sewing machine. She discusses setting up your machine, helpful tools, and designs to try!
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2 Ways to Bind a Quilt

Welcome to another video in our Quiltmas series brought to you by Northcott! Each week, we'll be sharing quilting tips or fun holiday projects. In this video, Beth shares two methods for sewing down binding, hand stitching or by machine.
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4 Tips for Binding

Welcome to another video in our Quiltmas series brought to you by Northcott! Each week, we'll be sharing quilting tips or fun holiday projects. In this video, Beth shares 4 tips for binding your quilt.
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2020 UFO Challenge

Each year, we challenge ourselves and our readers to finish some UFOs (unfinished projects)! Follow instructions below for a productive year of quilting!
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How to Keep Accountable When Working on UFOs

If you are like us, accountability is key when conquering our large pile of unfinished objects (UFOs). Here are a few tips to make progress on your project without losing steam.
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What to Do When You Inherit an Unfinished Quilt

It’s not uncommon to come across pieced quilt tops or orphan blocks in antique or thrift shops, yard sales, or estate sales. You may even have unfinished quilts passed down from family and friends. Here are some options for finishing these projects into something that will be cherished!
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How to Add a Hanging Sleeve As You Go

A hanging sleeve makes displaying a wall quilt easy. This method allows you to add a sturdy sleeve as you bind the quilt. The instructions are written for a 4"-wide finished sleeve.