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How to Square a Quilt

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Hello friends, and happy Tutorial Thursday! Today I’m showing you how to square up a quilt. Squaring a quilt is super easy, but also super important! So you want to make sure to get it right.

What happens if you don’t square up your quilt? Check out the video below and I’ll show you!

Watch How to Square a Quilt video here:

And that’s it friends! As you can see squaring up a quilt is a very important step in the quilting process, and so you want to make sure to do a good job. But it’s also super easy, so just take a few minutes to make sure you do a good job, and then you can really showcase all of your lovely hard work!

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How to Make Quilt Binding // Tutorial

how to make quilt binding tutorial

Hi friends! Today I’m showing you how to make your very own quilt binding! You can purchase pre-made binding in the store, but honestly making your own is super easy, and you can choose your own fabric which makes all of your sewing projects super cute!

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Watch Erica’s How to Make Quilt Binding video tutorial here!

Making quilt binding is so easy, here’s what you’ll need:

And that’s it! As you can see making your own binding is very easy and doesn’t take long!

And now that you can make your own, you can customize your sewing projects and make them extra special!

I hope you enjoyed today’s tutorial and happy sewing! 

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How to Make Bias Tape // Tutorial

how to make bias tape tutorial

Hi friends! Today I’m showing you how to make your very own bias tape! You can purchase pre-made bias tape in the store, but honestly making your own is super easy, and you can choose your own fabric which makes all of your sewing projects super cute!

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Watch Erica’s How to Make Bias Tape video tutorial here!

Making bias tape is so easy, here’s what you’ll need:

And that’s it! I typically use double-fold bias tape for necklines, curved edges that need binding, and other garment sewing projects. Single fold bias tape can be used to hide raw edges in dressmaking, and wherever a raw edge comes together that might otherwise be difficult to bind using double fold.

And now that you can make your own, you can customize your sewing projects and make them extra special!

I hope you enjoyed today’s tutorial, and happy sewing! 🙂