Sewing Clothes into Quilts
with Blair Stocker
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04 Gear You Need to Make a Quilt15:30
About The Class
how to make a quilt from repurposed fabric.
A handmade quilt is inherently replete with meaning – making one from reused textiles only enhances that richness. In Sewing Clothes into Quilts, you’ll learn techniques for incorporating significant and repurposed textiles into your quilts.
Blair Stocker is the creative mind behind the blog Wise Craft. In this class, she’ll share her love of turning everyday objects into new and meaningful things by teaching simple quilting techniques. You’ll learn about:
- Choosing and preparing repurposed textiles
- Planning a quilt design
- Constructing and piecing a quilt top together
- Joining and binding quilt layers
You’ll get inspired, as Blair teaches easy techniques you can use to make a beautifully designed quilt from items you already have around the house. You’ll learn how to clean and prep the fabric along with a variety of ways for joining the layers together.
Sewing Clothes into Quilts will teach you everything you need to know to make a simple, yet beautiful quilt from upcycled materials.
Every Quilt Has a Story10:14
Suitable Textiles for Quilting05:59
Cleaning and Preparing Textiles for Quilting06:52
Gear You Need to Make a Quilt
Learn about the basic quilt making supplies you'll need to start making your own up-cycled quilt.15:30
Cutting into Clothes to Make Quilts16:27
Cutting the Squares14:40
Planning Your Quilt Design06:17
Sewing Squares into Rows17:59
Making the Quilt Sandwich21:10
Different Methods of Quilting03:48
Hand Tying the Quilt11:25
Trim Up the Edges Before Binding04:24
Binding the Quilt35:46
Making a Label for a Quilt09:28
4 Patch Quilt.pdf
How to Make a Quilt Label.pdf
Sunshine Medallions Quilt Pattern Electronic.pdf
Tips for Using Upcyled Clothes for Quilts.pdf
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