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Quilting Tips and Techniques on Video

This is a list of quilting videos I have found useful. These videos show a specific technique in a short and precise manner. If you know of one you think should be here, let me know!

Here's a tip for those on dial-up:  click the video to start it loading, then click the pause button and minimize it. The video will continue to load while you do other things. When you are done, come back and hit the Play button.

Quilting Videos

Binding Miter Tool - how to use this tool to make binding with the corner presewn. by Jackie Robinson

Cathedral Windows in three dimensions.  Used in Stars in My Window.

Chain Stitching example

HST (Half Square Triangle) Methods

Hand Quilting - a close up video by Ann Miller Titus

How to add a flange border as a piping accent to your quilt.

How to make a Stem Stitch Embroidery Stitch for Redwork using size #8 Perle Cotton explained by Pat Sloan.

How to use the June Taylor ruler to quickly cut strips for your project.

Flying Geese Methods

Making Spool Blocks - cutting strip sets using a 45 degree triangle ruler.  Used in Years to Come

Mitered Borders - Jackie Robinson demonstrates how to make perfect mitered borders.

Mitering strips for invisible seams in long borders.

Perfect Quilt Borders that lay flat and keep your quilt square.

Perfect 1/4" Seam Allowance Once you have perfected this technique, your piecing will be easier and your blocks will fit together all the time.

Pin Basting your quilt prior to machine quilting it by Pat Sloan.

Setting the Seam before cutting gives you crisp seams and intersections.

Tying a Surgeons Knot - a great knot for tied quilts.

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