How to Sew a Quarter Inch Seam for Patchwork Quilting!

Quilty | Episode 148

Mary Fons demonstrates how to sew a quarter inch seam for patchwork quilting. A nifty quarter inch seam marker is available at ShopFonsandPorter.com! Be sure to check out Quilty magazine for more creative quilting tips and ideas, such as this T-Shirt Quilt!

Hint: click on the photos to view the T-Shirt Quilt digital pattern and the Fons & Porter Quarter Inch Seam Marker!

             

8 Comments

  1. Anoither great show! Very informative!

    JANIE GIORDANO, 3 years ago Reply

  2. thank you so much for the lesson!

    Marianne, 3 years ago Reply

  3. me gusta mucho tu enseñanza esta muy explicita e interesante dime como puedo obtener mas tips sobre lo que es el patchwork

    lourdes cahue tinoco, 3 years ago Reply

  4. I watch Mary and Marianne on TV as I find their show very informative. Mary you did it again. I’ll be back to QNNtv. Carlene

    carlene, 3 years ago Reply

  5. love this video.. how much for seam quarter inch ruler????
    pls send me information thanks maria

    MARIA GOUMAS, 3 years ago Reply

  6. I’m very new to quilting and absolutely love it. I really learn a lot from your show and enjoy the humor! I made a log cabin and the measurement when the top was done was exactly one inch off. I took one extra block I’d made to a quilting store and the lady there told me that I should be sewing ‘scant’ 1/4 inch seems. Is this correct? Thanks!

    Candie Elrod, 2 years ago Reply

  7. I enjoyed this video. Do you have a video that explains “scant” 1/4 inch seams? I am having trouble acquiring this skill.

    Joyce, 2 years ago Reply

  8. I too thought you were to use a scant 1/4″ seam when quilting. Who is right?

    Helen, 2 years ago Reply


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