How to Sew a Block Quilt


Professor Pincushion teaches us some quick tricks to make a simple yet timeless block quilt. Create the perfect gift or enjoy the delight of using it yourself!

With an emphasis on precision and neatness, this video is at an easy pace —a truly informative video. She offers multiple methods for batting, backing, and fusing the quilt top, and binding it. A word of caution: You may find yourself finishing a professional-looking product if you follow this video closely!

Should you decide to get into advanced quilting and try more sophisticated quilt top patterns, you can definitely still use these techniques to put your quilt together. Have fun with your new quilt!

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  • Pat Beshara
    Pat Beshara

    Very well put together. I usually do a 45degree on the corner of the binding. This the first time I have seen the binding sewed on single and then fold in the back. I usually fold the 2 and half strip into half and sew it onto the front of the quilt and hand sew it down in the back.

  • Hope Garza
    Hope Garza

    I like how you are explaining you are going on a good pace.

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