Easy Way to Finish a Small Art Quilt

Be sure to check out www.quiltingdaily.com,  it is a wonderful website instructional tutorials for art quilts plus free downloads.

Here is a sample of what you can learn from them.

Quilting Daily wrote:

On their Quilting Arts Workshop™ video Improvisational Fused Quilt Art: Create Beautiful Art Quilts the Easy Way, these experienced, award-winning quilt artists show several options for finishing their quilts.

Here is a very simple technique that Frieda demonstrates.

1. Create a frame by fusing fabric to both sides of a piece of Timtex® interfacing.

Timtex is a good choice because it is firm without being bulky and you can stitch and cut through it easily, says Frieda.

For complete instructions visit Interweave at www.guiltingdaily.com

6 thoughts on “Easy Way to Finish a Small Art Quilt

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    • I am sorry to say there are no new updates. I Am still settling in to my new home and adjusting to living alone. Losing my husband to cancer in 2013 has been a difficult journey and I find I just don’t have the interest in my crafting projects or my blog. I left the blog open, thinking I would get back to it someday. Hopefully, soon.
      Thank you for your interest and enjoy your crafting.

      • I just happened on your blog….and your sad sweet notes regarding the loss of your husband. As I read your blog I am touched by your sadness…I will pray for you & your recovery…your art and talent are too beautiful to lose…asking our Lord Himself to comfort you and to refill your life with goodness.

      • Carol, Thank you for your thoughts and prayers. So sweet of you to take the time to write to me and it touched my heart greatly. God has been so good to send me encouragement when I need it.

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