How to Join Wadding with Valerie Nesbitt
Classes with Valerie Nesbitt • Educational, G, 17-May-2019
Recycle your off-cuts
Wadding can be joined by sewing, by hand, by machine or by using a wonderful new tape that can be fused over the join and left in.
To sew by hand you can enjoy Carolyn Forster’s Quilting on the Go workshop, or just check out her quick tip about the Suture Stitch.
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