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7 edition of Quilting Back to Front found in the catalog.

Quilting Back to Front

Fun & Easy No-Mark Techniques

by Larraine Scouler

  • 89 Want to read
  • 37 Currently reading

Published by C&T Publishing .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Quiltmaking,
  • Quilting,
  • Crafts & Hobbies,
  • Crafts / Hobbies,
  • Hobbies/Crafts,
  • Quilts & Quilting

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages64
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8730564M
    ISBN 101571201645
    ISBN 109781571201645
    OCLC/WorldCa45621659

    – Whenever you insert your needle into the quilt back, always make sure you don’t push the needle through to the front of the quilt. You only want to catch the back layer of fabric! Otherwise, you will find a lot of little stitches on the front of your quilt. Keepsake Quilting features a rich collection of high-quality cotton quilting fabrics, quilt kits, quilting patterns, and more at the best prices! Javascript is disabled on your browser. To view this site, you must enable JavaScript or upgrade to a JavaScript-capable browser.

      Quilt As You Go Tutorial: The Easiest Way to Machine Quilt. The Quilt As You Go technique (QAYG) is a way to quilt blocks before putting a quilt together. It simplifies quilting for beginners because it is an easy way to join quilted pieces by machine. Instead of handling bulky quilts, you can quilt your project one block at a time. If you learn better with a book, I recommend Quilt-As-You-Go Made Modern* by Jera Brandvig. (*affiliate). There are some fun projects in the book that I hope to some day complete. Hint: I purchased my book at Joann’s using a 50% off coupon! For anyone wanting to dip their toes into the world of quilting, Quilt-As-You-Go is ideal.

      When pins are in place, remove the tape and check the quilt back to make sure things are tight and flat. If there are puckers or excess fabric, now is the time to fix the problems. If the fabric is loose when you start quilting, there will be tucks or puckers in the quilting.   machine binding back first or front first Hi, Ive seen a few different versions of machine binding and wonder which gives the better results. Some people sew the back down first, and then the front, and some sew front first.


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Quilting Back to Front by Larraine Scouler Download PDF EPUB FB2

Quilting "back to front" allows you to save time and add pizzazz to the most ordinary quilt top. *Exercises and dozens of full-color examples to teach you the ins and outs of back-to-front quilting.

*Suitable for both hand and machine quilting. *Use decorative threads freely in the bobbin--they'll show up on the quilt front/5(9). Jam-packed with 14 refreshing quills for the beginner to the more advanced quilt maker Larraine Scouler guides you through her back to front machine quilting and applique methods.

Offering 20 clear and precise pages of information to create a firm foundation of Author: Larraine Scouler. A guide to using the fabric on the back of your quilt for quilting designs.

It features exercises and full-colour examples to teach the reader the techniques of back-to-front quilting. The author covers how to audition fabrics, piece backs for continuous quilting, and connect isolated motifs.5/5(2).

Quilting Back to Front is quilting from the back of the quilt, using the design printed on the backing fabric as your quilting :   The Quilting Arts Idea Book: Inspiration & Techniques for Art Quilting by Editor Vivika Hansen DeNegre is a delightful and colorful book with instructions and examples of many forms of small art quilting projects.

The beautiful techniques include /5(17). The perfect technical companion to Amanda Murphy’s Rulerwork Quilting Idea Book, this in-depth guide has everything you need to know about rulerwork quilting on domestic and longarm machines.

Learn how to choose the right rulers and feet, plan out your quilting design with rulers, and combine rulerwork with free-motion quilting/5(4).

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Back-to-Front Binding Tutorial One alternative to making traditional binding is to make a quilt-back big enough to fold over to the front of the quilt and sew in place. That’s right, you can use the backing for the binding.

Quilting Back to Front by Larraine Scouler,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Angela Pingel shares this handful of quilt backs to consider next time you’re finishing a quilt in her book, A Quilter’s Mixology: Option 1: Four large cuts pieced to meet at the quilt back center.

Option 2: A strip pieced horizontally into a single seamed pieced is a useful option when you have a good amount of yardage but not quite enough.

Quilting "back to front" allows you to save time and add pizzazz to the most ordinary quilt top. Your Web browser is not enabled for JavaScript.

Some features of WorldCat will not be available. These quilts are so fast they almost make themselves. Sew 16 fresh patterns designed specifically for precut quilting fabric. Save hours choosing and cutting fabric when you start with layer cakes, charm squares, jelly rolls, fat quarters, and half-yard bundles.

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When you complete the front of your quilt, you are ready to sew the back. Often one chooses a printed or solid fabric that goes with the front, or you can take the traditional route of using plain muslin pins. Kids Bedding Kids Comforter Sets Kids Quilts Kids Bed-in-a-Bag Kids Sheets Kids Duvet Covers Kids Canopies Kids Blankets & Throws Toys by Age Baby Years Years Years Years Teen Toys & Play Outdoor Play Swing Sets Bikes, Ride-Ons & Scooters Pretend Play STEM Toys Remote Control Toys Games & Puzzles Arts & CraftsBrand: Leisure Arts.

The back of your quilt should be about ” larger all around than the top of the quilt. I usually measure the length of the quilt and add 8”, and then measure the width and add 8”. If the quilt is wider than the normal 45” fabric (it is also a good idea to measure the exact width of the fabric you are purchasing as widths vary from Apr 3, - New and recent book releases from Martingale--quilting, knitting, crochet, sewing, and more.

See more ideas about Book quilt, Quilts and Quilt patterns pins. Most need reversed so that the quilt is on the LEFT and NOT inside the throat of the machine.

Once the binding is sewn on turn the quilt over. Now you are going to be pulling the binding to the front and using a Blanket stitch to secure it. The goal is to stitch ON or NEXT TO the stitch line of the binding. That way your back looks nice. No matter what sized blocks you're connecting together, you'll need a strip of 1-inch wide binding for the back and 1 1/2-inch folded binding for the front of the quilt.

The batting, obviously, is the meat of the sandwich, while the fabric top and back are the bread. And you build a sandwich so that you can quilt it. I am making an assumption before you start that you pressed your quilt top and backing and they are ready to go. The only part of making a quilt that I do not enjoy is sewing the quilt back.

I just hate calculating the dimensions, cutting the pieces and then sewing them together. There are many, many ways to make a quilt back. You can even use " wideback fabric, and not have to cut anything. I reviewed Quilting Happiness here, and in responding to some people’s comments about the book and the review, it really made me think about my own quilting journey.

I feel like I fell into this trap of always pushing my skills – always making more and more complicated quilts – until I didn’t enjoy what I was doing.As far back as the mid s, people were making quilts that included signatures. At a time when people moved away and sometimes never returned home, these quilts were valued reminders of family and friends back home.

Because they were treasured keepsakes, many of them received special care and are still in good condition today.