Unbiased Quilt Blocks with Fusible Interfacing, Part 3

Quilt Out Loud | Episode 304, Part 3 | October 2011

Anita Grossman Solomon shows Jodie her technique for what she calls “unbiased blocks”. The unbiased quilt blocks are made with a strip of fusible interfacing because it solves three problems: she didn’t cut triangles, the bias edges are stabilized and there is no waste.

Back at “The City Quilter”, Mark and Jodie show the line of exclusive New York fabrics which Cathy and Dale have licensed. Jodie and Mark then finish up the visit with their monthly reviews of favorite quilting books.

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