5 Quilting Classes We Just Can't Stop Watching


You know how, no matter how many amazing TV shows or movies air, you still have your go-to favorites; the ones you watch over and over again? Yeah, same thing happens here. These are the fave classes we fire up whenever we're in need of an extra dose of inspo.

Startup Library: Quilting

Newbie quilters , this is the class for nabbing tricks and techniques that’ll up your game. A few favorites: Learning how to chain-piece (or assembly-line) sew several blocks at once — time saver FTW — and how to spray baste your quilt even when there isn’t a ton of wall space.

Quilting on the Grid

When you’re staring at a big, blank quilt top, the idea of free-motion machine quilting can feel crazy intimidating. But once you learn how to break up your quilt into smaller spaces — or grids — with a walking foot, you’ll nip that fear right in the bud. Look at you now!

The Perfect Finish: How to Bind a Quilt

Every quilt needs a binding , so why not make it an exciting part of your design? Whether you want to bind curvy edges or apply funky accents, you’ll learn tons of techniques in this class — not to mention clever sayings that help commit them to memory.

Fabric Play: Sewing Mojo Minis

Sometimes, you just need to step away from precise piecing. So let loose and have some fun! This class teaches you how to experiment with color, fabric choices and design concepts, all while pulling together four fun, fast mini quilts that'll look perfect on your sewing room wall.

Stack, Cut & Shuffle Quilts

Not only is this class a great way to bust your stash , but you’ll also pick up tons of tricks for any quilt you work on next. One secret involves using sticky notes — seriously, sticky notes! — to get the most out of your square rulers, so you know it’s gonna be good.

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