An Introduction to New Batting Fibers for Quilts

Quilt Out Loud | Episode 101 | July 2009-Week 2

In this video, you will find Tulip the pug surveying Marks’ backyard as ten-year-old quilter Allyssa helps Mark plant a fairy garden by his pool.

Janet-Lee Santeusanio and Mary Schilke of the Machine Quilters Exposition (MQX) join Jodie and Mark for two segments devoted to long arm machine quilting. While showing their quilts, they discuss: When to invest in custom quilting versus edge-to-edge, tips for preparing your quilt for long arm machine quilting and working with your long arm quilter, what can go wrong when you hand your quilt over to a long arm quilter (from both aspects), and show batting options, including some of the new fibers, one made from recycled plastic bottles.

Then watch the 3rd video discussing machine applique quilting books.

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