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The Guide: Sewing Machine Presser Feet 0

Do the presser feet look like torture machines to you? Never fear, for in this video,
Made to Sew teaches us the different kinds of presser feet and what they do exactly. The video will focus on the basic presser feet that come with your sewing machine, along with the extra feet we recommend using.

With so many presser feet to choose from, it can get really confusing for sewers to determine which is which, and which does what—and no wonder!

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Now, you don’t necessarily have to buy a branded foot. You can buy a generic foot but you need to make sure that it will fit your own machine. With this video, you get the information you need so you can finally get busy and get sewing!

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How to Use a Rotary Cutter 0

Ever figured out how to use the rotary cutter—or how to use it correctly? Professor Pincushion explains the ins and outs of rotary cutting. Watch and learn how to use it and  take care of it properly. Change the way you cut fabric with rotary cutting!

If you’re one of those quilters who has a hard time keeping your patterns from shifting while you cut, this is the video for you!  Get some vital tips on maintaining your cutter, changing your blades, using your mat and taking care of it, benefiting from your ruler, actually cutting your fabric pieces—and more!

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Beginner Free Motion Quilting (Machine Quilting) Tutorial 0

We’ve received so many inquiries on how to do this yourself, on your own machine—and we’re sharing the lowdown with you!

Missouri Star Quilt Company features the mother and daughter partnership of Jenny Doan and Hillary Sperry to provide you a fun, simple beginner’s guide on free-motion quilting that should give you the leg-up you need to start doing your own machine quilting at home. Don’t you worry about your stitches being a little uneven in the beginning! Hillary assures us that as you practice, your stitches get more even. Correct practice makes a perfect quilt. Happy quilting! 

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How to Sew a Block Quilt 0

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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How To Bind a Quilt – 6 Simple Steps 3

Get the most easy, breezy simple-to-follow steps to binding a quilt explained in the clearest of ways!  There are so many tutorials out there—and they do offer a lot of awesome advice. But this, by far, takes the proverbial biscuit!

Heirloom Creations takes us through 6 simple steps to binding a quilt using an awesome pocket method that rocks!

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After you’ve done your stitching and your corners, you’re going to go ahead and trim down to a quarter inch away from the final quilt and binding edge. See how we’ve left a little of the batting showing all the way around our quilt? What that will do is give just a little extra filler to the binding when you go and turn that to the backside. See how much fuller that is when it’s all said and done? That is the way a good binding should look. Watch it here.

 

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How To Use The Blind Hem Foot 2

How to use the blind hem foot by Babs Rudlin also known as The Fiery Phoenix. This foot is part of the extremely popular 32 Presser Foot Set available at Quilters Mart.

No need to be confused about folding, flipping and turning the fabric. This is a clear easy to understand tutorial for using a blind hem foot with your sewing machine to create the perfect blind hem.

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