If you find yourself losing steam after your patchwork quilt top is made, you’re not alone. But wait! Finishing that quilt is going to be soooo rewarding. Here are some ideas to help you push on to make that quilt backing.
Going to sleep under your average, run-of-the-mill, storebought duvet feels nothing like snuggling under an artistic quilt that you or your loved one made for you. With affection. With care in every stitch. With countless hours of skill and dedication.
Description : Designed by Sharon Holland this Roundabout Quilt Kit contains the fabric needed for the pictured quilt top. Backing NOT included. Quilt measurements 72 inches x 72 inches Get the free Pattern here from Sharon Holland Backing Option here Designer: Sharon Holland Line: Shine On Manufacturer: Art Gallery Quilt Kit Material: quilting weight cotton
While most quilt patterns will provide you with fabric requirements to complete the quilt top and may even give you the amount of fabric needed for the backing fabric- not all patterns include the length of binding needed. ZJ Humbach explains how to quickly and easily calculate quilt binding, taking into account the extra needed to miter the corners and join the binding ends.
The Campfire Glow Quilt Pattern by Meghan of thencamejune.com. The Campfire Glow Quilt Pattern used two traditional blocks, the 9 Patch and Sawtooth Star, to create a fun, modern quilt. #campfireglowquilt #thencamejunepatterns #modernquilts #beginnerquilts