Folded curves are part of quilt blocks that feature overlapping edges. This quilting technique provides a Cathedral Window effect. By letting the bias of the fabric do the work, you can make curved edges with just folded squares and no cutting. Follow along as Colleen shows you to cut your fabrics on the bias, how to sew them together and how to get folded curves without as much fuss as you might imagine!
About Folded Curves
In this quilting video, you will learn how to make curves in your quilt blocks – great for blocks or quilts that feature Cathedral Windows or other similar blocks. If you’re looking for another quilting video tutorial on a particular technique, check out our Sew Easy lessons to find it there.