Love of Quilting July/August 2008

Projects

  • Cherry Festival – Cover project
  • Glory Days – Quick Quilt
  • Tiny Treasures – Baby ensemble
  • Feathered Medallion – Easy piecing for an elegant look
  • Garden Party – Try English paper piecing
  • Butterfly Garden – Scrappy appliqué
  • Rabbit Pinkeeper – A perfect gift
  • Ginger’s Flower Garden – Charming pastels
  • Summer Bouquet – Antique quilt
  • Tussie Mussie – Vintage style

Techniques

  • Sew Easy – Quilt Half-Square Triangle Units
  • Sew Easy – Interfacing Appliqué
  • Sew Easy – English Paper Piecing
  • Quilting the Quilt – What’s in Your Quilt Sandwich?

Features

  • This Old Quilt – Baskets, Vases, and Candy Dishes
  • Art of Quilting – How Does Your Garden Grow?

Also in This Issue

  • From Liz & Marianne – Stitch a garden.
  • Sew Many Tips – Clever ideas from quilters
  • Shop Hop – Products to look for at your local shop
  • Quilter’s Bookshelf – Notes on new books
  • Sew & Tell – Readers and viewers share their creativity.
  • Behind the Seams – “Love of Quilting” on Location

Binding Inside Quilt Corners Sew Easy Lesson

Use the quilting instructions below to bind a quilt that has inside corners. Bind scalloped edges following these instructions.   1. Trim quilt batting and backing even with quilt top. At inside corners, clip almost to a quarter inch from edge (Photo A). 2. With binding on bottom and quilt back side up, use a…