Love of Quilting May/June 2005


  • Slanted Stars – Make it for the guy you love
  • Panoramic Photo Quilts – by Shauna Beatty
  • Bodacious Bloomers – A blast to create!
  • Dino Stars – Tyranno-excellent
  • Gone Fishin’ – A quilt to make for a sportsman


  • Fresh Flowers – Our special section for spring
  • Springy Flowers – A whimsical wall quilt
  • Posie Patch – A classic 1930s reproduction quilt
  • Hearts in Bloom – Sweet posies and hearts
  • Pomegranate – Recreate a beautiful antique!
  • Loves Me! – Piecing, appliqué, and embroidery


  • Sew Easy – Yarn Binding
  • Sew Easy – Tips for Satin Stitch Machine Appliqué
  • Sew Easy – Making Continuous Bias
  • Sew Easy – Attaching Scalloped Binding
  • Sew Easy – Yo-Yo Construction


  • This Old Quilt – Novelty Prints
  • Mother Taught Me… – by Katie Porter
  • A Garden of Quilts – by Sue Reich
  • Hanging the Show Outdoors – by Jackie Robinson
  • Art of Quilting – Featuring Frieda Anderson

Also in This Issue

  • From Marianne and Liz – DVDs now available!
  • Sew Many Tips – Clever ideas from quilters
  • Shop Hop – Faye’s Henhouse Quilts, Mayville, ND
  • Sew and Tell – Readers share their creativity
  • Behind the Seams – Fabric + Photos

Continuous Quilt Bias Sew Easy Lesson

Follow these steps to make quilt bias from a fabric square. Getting Started Follow the steps below to make your own bias from a fabric square. Use bias binding for quilts with curved edges or when you want a stripe to appear to spiral, or plaid binding to be on the diagonal. Continuous bias cut…