Glorieta Quilt Along: Lesson 2 of 12

Laura Stone Roberts | Runtime (36 min)

 

Bias edges of fabric have more stretch than lengthwise or crosswise grain edges. This can be beneficial for some projects, but it can also prove be tricky to work with. Host Laura Stone Roberts gives tips to make working with bias edges easier as Glorieta requires a lot of bias edges in its units. She also gives tips for working with directional fabrics and making quilt units in different ways to ensure the fabric print all goes in the desired direction. Learn how to make half-square triangle units and mark match-points to correctly line up the patches. Plus, get tips for obtaining a perfect quarter inch seam allowance.

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