Wholecloth Quilt

Description
Intermediate | 40 min
Taught by Anna Maria Horner
Hand quilting a whole cloth quilt enlivens the surface and adds beautiful texture to the front and back of your quilt. Anna Maria shows the entire process of creating a baby quilt, from laying out and basting, then highlighting the design of a printed fabric with even stitching, and finally binding the quilt with single fold bias binding. Anna Maria also shows gorgeous examples of applying this technique to pillows and clothing.

What you will learn:
— Quilt preparation
— Basting
— Hand quilting
— Hand-finished binding
Chapters
Introduction
00:49
Materials
02:30
Hand Quilting
07:39
05:02
11:12
Binding and finishing
06:42
06:21
Materials
Here’s what you’ll need:
  • Materials: 1¾ yards printed quilting cotton (Anna Maria uses Sinister Swarm in Flour from her fabric line “Field Study” by Free Spirit)
  • 1¾ yards cotton voile (Anna Maria uses Free Spirit designer voile solids in Water)
  • one package of crib size cotton/bamboo blend quilt batting
  • hand quilting needles
  • hand quilting hoop (Anna Maria uses a 
large q-snap frame)
  • 3 yards of single-fold binding
  • 6 coordinating colors of size 8 Pearle cotton
  • hand embroidery needle
  • hand darning needle
  • sewing thread for darning
  • curved or quilting safety pins
  • fabric scissors
  • bandaids
  • quilting ruler
  • sewing machine loaded with
100% cotton thread
Discussion
Notes
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Transcript
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Cal Patch

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