Originally Posted by CharlottsQuilts
Does anyone have any tips on making continuous bias binding? I know I did it years ago, but I am having difficulty, even with a book in front of me? I found a tutorial that requires yet another special ruler, which I have plenty of! Also to whoever gave the tip on using the waffle type of shelf lining to put under your presser foot, THANK YOU. Works great, and I have had tried a number of things. This one really works.
I hope I'm doing this right. Watched the bias video you were given. Here's
After two takes of the video, I decided a written tutorial would be more easily understood. Now my goal is to try to figure out how and where I need to put it up so you can see it. Think I got it!
I'm so happy to be home and working on videos again. Putting real effort into the sashing and corner stone video today. This takes much longer than I thought it would.
Yesterday I did a video about sashing and cornerstones and an easier way to make it happen. Today my goal is to get it up on youtube so I can post a link for all to see. Many of you probably already know the technique, but on Wednesday I got a quilt in to work on that needed this help, so I know there are people out there who can benefit from it. Happy Stitching
I've often wondered about having a blog. Hope I don't mess this up. I'm starting to work on some video how to's for you tube and also some videos to work in conjunction with my patterns. I'm looking for any suggestions from those of you who do videos for ways to improve. Most of the videos we are currently editing are taken from the guild program I do for local quilt guilds. I've always enjoyed sharing those tips and tricks that I take for granted.
When I named myself the Lazy Quilter