Walking Foot Quilting
Say buh-bye to that pile of unfinished quilt tops in your craft room. Quilting pro Christina Cameli is here with a bunch of different ways to quilt your almost-finished projects, so you can get those beauties wrapped up and off to their lucky recipients!
Learn a simple way to mark and quilt a crosshatch design on the pillow front. After that, prepare the back pieces and sew them together to create an envelope-style pillow cover that's beautiful (and removable!).
Now, look at the fat-quarter friendly Bright Side quilt as you learn how to select, cut and organize your fabric pieces. Big blocks make these steps go quickly!
Sew up the simple blocks and striped Bright Side blocks. Meghan demonstrates how to press them to ensure the small strips lie flat for quilting.
Get started with a simple modern pillow. Meghan helps you choose and cut your fabrics so you're ready to sew.
Finally, sew the blocks into rows and press the seams so they'll nest to make quilt top assembly a breeze. Plus, learn the best order to sew your rows together. Once your top is complete, it's up to you on how to baste, quilt and bind it. Don't worry; Bluprint has lots more classes to show you how!
Sew up the Bright Side blocks to start your pillow. You'll use the same concepts again later to make a full quilt. Meghan shows you how to easily piece and press the blocks for best results, before adding border strips to complete the pillow front.
Refresh your decor with two modern patchwork projects that you can finish in a weekend! Designer Meghan Buchanan shows you how to make a matching pillow and quilt top with only straight line sewing. Plus, get tips for choosing colors, assembly line sewing, and managing large projects in your machine.
Meghan Buchanan
Meghan Buchanan
Join the modern quilt movement with Fresh Quilting. Today’s most innovative modern quilters reinterpret traditional techniques with a fresh, modern aesthetic. Season 2 builds on the lessons from the first season as we give a fresh twist to traditional designs and quilting techniques to create, memorable, high-impact quilts. Using avant-garde color palettes and negative space and manipulating familiar shapes in new ways; add dynamic energy to the timeless art of quilting.
Explore design from a fresh perspective. Free-motion quilt artist Christina Cameli echo quilts and contrasts curves and lines to create new designs. Art historian and quilter Allison Evans joins modern quilt activist Heather Grant to discuss charity quilting events. Quilt innovator Jacquie Gering quilts with gentle curves.
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