Jun 21, 2013 · Slide the cut diamonds out of the way, reposition the template, and cut again. Now you have 6 cute diamonds, ready to baste to your EPP templates. The next step is to secure fabric to your templates with paper clips. Fold in and baste around the edges with 5 backstitches, taking additional bites of fabric along each side.
How do you baste your quilts? Have any tips or tricks? Please comment below and share! After pinning a quilt on the rug on the LR floor yesterday (painters tape to hold down the backing, lots of luck to smooth out the batting, hoping my quilt top is centered on the batting and backing, and keeping my...
How you assemble the quilt sandwich affects the final product. We discuss two rolling methods and 3 The second way to baste a quilt is by safety pining the quilt sandwich. I use this method most The next step is to find a flat place, the floor, or a table, unroll the backing about 8 to 10 inches, and...
Iron, baste into a sandwich, quilt, and bind (here’s a video I did to show you how), and your quilt is done! I spent the afternoon doodle stitching/quilting away. A bit rumpled in a few places where I was having some tension problems, but overall I am quite happy with how it turned out.