Most quilters use a 1/4 inch seam allowance. Some miniature quilters use 1/8 inch. Whatever seam allowance you use it is most important that you remain
A seam ripper is a handy tool that makes it easy to rip out a seam gone bad. Keep this tool handy!
The two parallel finished edges of the fabric are called the selvage. This edge will not ravel and has a tighter weave. It runs
Beginning in the 19th century, members of the Seminole tribe sewed long strips of fabric together and then cut these into smaller pieces and then sewed
The nine patch blocks below are quilt
When you finish your blocks for your quilt, you will have to decide how to arrange them in your quilt. This arrangement is called the setting.
Fabric Sizing is like spray starch but not as stiff. You can buy it at the grocery store in the laundry detergent aisle. Some people call it “Magic in