Hand Quilting Tip from Carolyn Forster
Classes with Carolyn Forster • Educational, G, 01-Jun-2015
Quilting on the Go is a technique where you quilt each block individually and then put them together to form quilt. Carolyn shows how to have continuous quilting across the sashing of blocks in her Quilt as You Go method.
This excellent tip is taken from her video on the subject Quilting On the Go, which you can watch by clicking here.
Carolyn is also the author of several books, and we have selected a couple that you might be interested in.
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