Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Fat Quarter Shop's YouTube Channel

Hello Jolly Jabbers! Kimberly and Chelsey here! If you follow us on Facebook or Instagram, you have probably noticed that we are in Utah! We are currently up here filming for the Fat Quarter Shop YouTube channel!


Our YouTube channel is currently filled with designer interviews and plenty of tutorials, but we can't wait to add more. We are gathering great content from some quilting all-stars who will demonstrate their quilting tips and tricks for you all! The videos will start rolling in soon. We encourage you to subscribe so you won’t miss them!




Here's a little sneak peek at what we are up to this week. We visited the Riley Blake headquarters to film a video for their YouTube channel, popped over to Lori Holt of Bee in My Bonnet to film tutorials, and are finishing up with a trip to Natalia Bonner of Piece N Quilt to film! Aren't you excited to see what they all are up to? We are learning so much from these great ladies and can’t wait to come home and share!



Before we sign off, we have a pretty great giveaway. You know the quilt in the Fat Quarter Shop sewing room? The gorgeous backdrop for our YouTube videos? We have a kit to give away! One lucky reader will receive our very last Flower Girl Quilt Kit, which includes the Flower Girl Quilt Pattern by Thimble Blossoms and Marmalade Fabric to complete the quilt top and binding!


Since we love your feedback, here’s how to win! Comment with video topics you’d like us to cover in future videos. Want a step-by-step tutorial on how to do bias binding? How to match colors and prints? How to pick solids for your quilt? Go crazy and let us know!

Signing out from the Silver State!

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Strlady said...

Would love to see a tutorial on 'Y seams' I think they are always tricky and can be a pain. Maybe some alternatives to these.

Thanks!

Jeanie said...

I would love to learn more about thread painting....like taking a picture, printing it on fabric, then painting it with thread. Thanks for the wonderful giveaway!

Chelsie C said...

Something about mixing and matching different fabric lines would be great.

Gretchen said...

I would enjoy hearing about the history of the Fat Quarter Shop and getting to know some of the staff better.

Podunkpretties said...

A few things that I would like to know more about is curved piecing, curved binding, inner curved scallops borders, pipings and flanges used in quilts. There's so many beginner tutorials out there a few somewhat advanced would be wonderful!

podunkpretties@gmail.com

JaneB said...

I'd love to see a demonstration of machine done turned edge appliqué. Thanks for the cool giveaway. Such a pretty quilt!

Heather said...

I would love more creative ideas for quilting with a walking foot. I want to quilt myself, but I'm not quite ready to venture into free motion quilting.

Robin (noteverstill/noteversewing) said...

Free motion quilting, y-seams, applications for different sewing feet...

✾Jamie Lee Cooley✾ said...

Seriously, that Bee in My Bonnet fabric is so beautiful!!! Is it a new line or one that's out already? I have to have it!!!

I didn't know you had a YouTube channel. That is pretty awesome. I'd love to see all sorts of videos. I'm interested in zippers, ruffles, pleats, paper piecing, everything really!

Brynn said...

Free motion quilting still has me scared stiff, so I'd love to see more about that!

Sarah_L_N said...

I was going to say how to use honeycombs, I know there is already a moda bakeshop one, but I'd love to see it closer up. I'd also quite like to see something on pin vs spray basting and what pins/sprays are the best.

Regina said...

I would love to see a video on customizing a quilt pattern, changing stashing, block size, etc.

Laurel said...

I would love to see the best way to make a scallop border. So fun that you are in Utah where I am currently visiting as well.

Kathleen OGrady said...

I would like to see something about choosing solids to match prints that I already have. Also more on free motion quilting would be great. What a great giveaway.

Debra said...

I would like to see video on straight-line quilting: how and when to use it and how to format it.

Elizabeth said...

Gosh, that's a tough question. I feel like I don't even know what I would want a tutorial on until I see it. I often learn things I've never even heard about before! I'm always looking for videos on free motion quilting, since it really helps me to watch someone else demo a pattern or design first. Also, as others have commented, color/pattern choice is sometimes a struggle for me, so maybe some design tips, too! Thanks!

Julie @ The Crafty Quilter said...

I'm always interested in clever piecing tricks. There always seems to be a better way to do something. This could include new rulers and how to use them. That Flower Girl Quilt has my name on it! Thanks for the chance to win.

Lisa K said...

Curved piecing would be a good topic, I'm still scared of that. I'd also love to see some of the little tips and tricks the quilting celebrities use. Usually those little genius hints make me say "now why didn't I think of that?"!

Lynda said...

I would like to hear more about finishing a quilt - once you get it back from the quilter, how do you square it up and what if you loose the look of the borders when doing so? Also, there are a whole lot of tools out there that I don't know if I need or not because I don't know how they work, so a little help with that would be good as well.

Meredith said...

What a nice giveaway! I have a few videos I would love to see - like one on Y seams, one on how to use that binding tool ruler thing and I just love the interviews with fabric designers to see what they are up to!

Deborah said...

I like interviews with various people in the quilt industry and also highlights from the various quilt shows around the country.

kristie said...

How about using products with the computer...like the freezer paper packets, foundation paper, transfer ease...etc. Would like to know a little more about how to embellish a quilt too.

Liz said...

I love YouTube and watching you all there. I'd love more tutorials. I'm new to quilting so all the tips and tricks are great to see in action!

Paloma said...

Wow! I'm excited about this youtube series and what a great giveaway! Lots of great suggestions already, but I particularly enjoy tutorials on tricky or time saving techniques, behind the scenes looks and lots of eye candy in the way of inspiring quilts and fabrics.

Paula said...

I can never get enough information free motion quilting. I am still learning, not confdent enough to move from practice to quilting yet so every tip helps.

Gill said...

I'd like to see Y-seams and curves!
Also some pointers on fabric selection!
Thanks!

http://lifeinbitspieces2.blogspot.com/ said...

I would love to see/hear more from quilt designers - what inspires them, their favorite tips, and how they make time to create.

Caroline said...

Anything is helpful since I'm a beginner:) would love to see free motion quilting and any other beginner tips

Madeleine said...

I'd love videos on Free Motion Quilting! I need to learn a lot more about it.

Zoe's Attic said...

I am so excited to see the new YouTube videos! I wouldn't miss the opportunity to subscribe! I'd love to see some creative ideas using hexies--my new addiction!

Lisa C said...

So excited to see you guys on YouTube! I'd like to see how to do Y seams and a scalloped border. Haven't had the courage to tackle those yet ;) And, maybe some free motion quilting.

M.W. said...

I would love a tutorial on paper piecing and perhaps a scalloped border. Also any help on free motion quilting would be great too.
Thanks for the chance to win. That quilt is just beautiful.
Shawn

McLibrarian said...

As a novice, I would love to see some tutorials on basic quilting techniques. Right now I need to know a lot more about mitering corners on borders. I would also love to see tutorials on hand piecing and hand quilting. Thanks for asking!!

DebrafromMD said...

I would love a video on how to choose quilting designs for my tops.

SheilaN8 said...

I also would love videos about how to choose quilting designs for my quilt sandwiches :)

Cotton Blossom said...

You rock! I love videos. I would love to see a video on curved piecing. I have yet to try it and I'm sure you could enlighten me with info from a great quilter.

HallieBerryQuilts said...

I would love to see a video on the continuous binding, where you don't have the big bump in your binding where it starts and finishes :)

Jenn said...

I would like to see a video for how to make flying geese with the easy ruler. The one I have creates three triangular pieces, and I only found instructions online on how to do flying geese with square pieces that you trim after sewing.

B Greene said...

I would love to see a hands-on tutorial of how to bind an edge with irregular angles (hexagons or triangles). I especially don't know how to bind those angles that are greater than 90 degrees.

I would also love to see your process for filling an order - how do you find that particular bolt in what I am assuming is a football field-sized warehouse. A behind the scenes look.

Thanks!!

Marcia W. said...

Tutorial on making the dreaded y seams in a LeMoyne star blockm, and setting/finish quilting ideas too.

robin said...

I am interested in tutorials on free-motion quilting with a regular sewing machine.

Kristy said...

How to use my Silhouette Cameo to cut out my fabric pieces.

Ashley G. said...

Little tips and tricks to help with accuracy and improve time.

ItsNurseJessi said...

I would love to know more about FMQ with a regular machine too! But for another idea- What are all these crazy looking feet that come with different machines?!

Yall are wonderful!

Kim said...

Love to see picking colors and matching and mixing fabric lines!!!

Leah said...

I'd love to see a quick demo on how to take a much loved fabric from my stash and find current fabrics that coordinate with it. Sometimes I buy a yard or two of fabric because I love it, but then I don't know what to pair with it. So basically I'd love to see a demo on how to mix old with new and make it look fabulous.

Heidi Staples said...

I'd love to see your take on mixing different prints and colors together!

Jeanette said...

Hi, as someone new to quilting, I would love to see some videos on free motion quilting :)
Regards Jeanette

Cheryl Gomez said...

I would like to see videos from a variety of designers and manufacturers, Like Tula Pink and Andover Fabrics.

Karen said...

I would love to see a fabric designer or fabric company talking about the creation of fabric from the idea to the fabric, not just what inspires someone, but the whole process from idea, designing, color choices, how many designs in the line, etc.

Joe and Julianne said...

I would love tips on free motion quilting on my home machine. I would also love more quick tips on how to make cutting and piecing more efficient.

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

I am very visual, so the you tube tutorials will be great. I'd like to see all the different ways to make half square triangles. There are so many short cuts, but which ones will come out true?

Brita said...

Oh, my! Where in Utah is that picture taken? I wish I could live there....

I digress. I'd love to see techniques on selecting colors for quilts. Also, I'd like to see techniques on using layer cakes -- I have a few and I just can't figure out what to do with them!

Thanks for this giveaway -- I love that pattern, and the fabrics are so delish!

beckyallen5 said...

Choosing colors for a quilt is always something that I would love to have a tutorial on... also applique... the pin-turning technique etc. THanks for the fun giveaway, and thanks for the fun pictures of Home... I grew up there!

lynaeve said...

I like the idea of how to match colors and prints. thanks for the chance

Kristen Sanderson said...

I would love to see a video on basting and squaring up a quilt and maybe sewing borders on so they dont end up wavy. ksanderson@hotmail.ca

Nancy said...

I would like a tutorial on machine applique, curved seams and new techniques in the quilting field. Now i am off to visit your You Tube channel.

Rita McCart said...

Curved edges and free motion quilting, two things I haven't tried yet.

Alyce @ Blossom Heart Quilts said...

I'd love some more "behind the scenes" stuff - interviews with designers and manufacturers about their designing and manufacturing processes, etc!

jmniffer said...

Curved piecing, picking fabrics for a project, Y seams, machine applique, cutting scraps into usable pieces...so many things I need help on! I look forward to all your videos.

Anonymous said...

I'd love to see a video on how you decide which fabrics to put in the kits you offer.
Thanks
Linda

wlinda_ca@yahoo.com

LeAnne said...

I would like to see a tutorial on how to correctly square up your finished quilt tops, and other suggestions on preparing your quilt top for quilting.

Pat said...

I'd love to see a tutorial on free motion machine quilting - I've never tried but would love to finish up some of my quilts!

pianomama said...

Oh. My. Word. Best prize ever:-) I'd love to see some tutorials based on the idea you have on the blog of showing how to choose different fabrics for the same quilt pattern - and see how differently they finish up.

Cindy Gilmour said...

I would love to have a tutorial on matching colors. This is something I am horrible at and would love to get better. I usually rely on the fabric on the patterns.

Alison Johnson said...

Fabric selection and color beyond the basics.

Ginger said...

English paper peicing seems to be all the rage and that would make a good tutorial.
ginger c at gmail dot com

Deb said...

I just love to watch any sewing videos because I am such a visual learner vs. reading the instructions myself! I'd be thrilled to see any tips, free motion, paper piecing, easy way to make flying geese, etc.

giddy99 said...

I love seeing QAYG (the making of panels/blocks, and attaching them). I really want to do one of my own, but I'm a bit nervous I'll jack up good fabric.

Lou said...

It's hard for me to picture how a quilt will look in different fabrics. Maybe something about switching out lights and darks.

This Dog's Mom said...

There is always so much to learn! I would love to see a tutorial on picking out fabrics for a quilt, and on choosing colors that go together. (I like kits precisely because I'm not good at that!) I'd also like watch tutorials on gifts to make - pincushions, children's toys, purses. I love fat quarter bundles too - maybe a tutorial on ten things to do with a fat quarter bundle. Thanks for the chance to win that lovely kit!

andri. said...

How about sewing feet tutorial?:)

Melanie said...

I would love videos on free motion quilting, new fabrics, meet the designers, favorite quilting tools and how to use them....anything :)

Judy1522 said...

I would love videos on almost anything quilting related. First I would like one on choosing colors for a quilt and then the best tools to use. Also I am really interested in the Quilt as you go method so that would be a video that I would really be interested in watching.

Hannah Lymah said...

I'd love a tutorial on color usage in quilts and how to combine different prints :)

llavmc said...

I would love a quilting on paper piecing, needle turn and machine appliqué, and quilting in the hoop. I have lots more ideas but that is enough for today.

Jodi said...

I am already subscribed, love the applique tutorial and fall market interviews Would like to see more like this..maybe zippers if I could pick one. Love browsing your shop, can't wait for more videos.

Sharon said...

Please can you show some ruler tutorials? There are so many rulers, and many of them can be used for the same pieces. As a beginner, I'd love to know which ones would be easiest and most accurate. Thank you for the opportunity to win, I love anything from Camille!

sarahbethe said...

I'd like to learn more about free motion quilting.

Carleigh said...

I'd love to see y seams, paper piecing, curved piecing or appliqué basics

Béa said...

I would love videos on almost anything quilting related, I love to learn . Thanks for the chance to win this wonderful kit. Finger crossed !

elletaylor said...

I need help with paper piecing!!

Patrice said...

I already love all of your videos! I love anything quilting - I watch them all!

Julie said...

Would like to learn more on picking fabric colors. Thanks

Elsa said...

How about a video on value? Medium and dark are always hard for me to figure out.

Carrie P. said...

I would love to see some tutorials on how to make small appliance covers. A video working with solids would be fun too.

Helen said...

I would love to see a video or two on Sherri at A Quilting Life. First I'd like to see how she sews quilts so fast! What are her techniques? And also on how she makes her scrappy binding.

I love the Flower Girl quilt, by the way. Marmalade is my current favorite fabric line

Beth said...

Machine quilting - both free motion and straight line!

Anonymous said...

I can't resist pointing out that Nevada is the Silver State and Utah is the Beehive State.

Now that's off my chest, I am always interested in information about the "quilt as desired" part. Patterns make it sound so easy, and it's so important, but they give you very little guidance. So, help,with choosing designs, help with machine quilting, especially free motion, would be the best!
threadbearelise@me.com

Diann said...

How about one on how to do a scalloped edge on a quilt, especially binding it.

Mary said...

I would love to see the method of paper piecing where you don't sew the fabric to the paper. Somehow they fold the paper and sew next to the lines.
Utah sounds like lots of fun!

gailss said...

Think choosing colors is probably the biggest choice but also would love to see some different border choices when doing quilts. Nice to have options when doing a top.
Thanks, Gail

Sharon said...

I am always looking for tutorials about free motion quilting.

Angela said...

I would love to be able to better pick/mix & match fabrics. Thanks.

Anonymous said...

I would love to see a curved piecing segment.


Pauline F\Gudas
pgudas@roadrunner.com

Quilter Kathy said...

What a gorgeous quilt pattern and I love the Marmalade collection!!
I would like to learn how to miter a border, and it would be interesting to learn more about how quilters select their border fabrics (besides what is the biggest piece in the stash, which is my method!)

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

How about a You Tube video on the different ways to finish a seam for garment sewing.

Margaret said...

I would like step-by-step instructions on how to hand quilt. I have watched a few but they always assume I have some knowledge of hand quilting and I don't.

GO STARS! said...

Measuring and adding borders, bias binding tips, choosing quilting patterns, curved piecing. More simple block piecing.

Mimi Becky said...

What an amazing give-away! This quilt kit would be such a treasure to win. I would love to learn how to do free motion quilting - something that scares me! I also would love to see more about making clothing using beautiful fabrics such as those offered by the Fat Quarter Shop.

Susan Smith said...

Some things I've never done but would love to try are scalloped borders, y-seams, and free motion quilting.

Debi Horne said...

I would love to learn about free-motion quilting, angle pieces, and balancing fabrics for that perfect combination.

Debi Horne
debihorne54@yahoo.com

Tracey S. said...

I'd like to see one about binding inside corners. I made a car sear cover the other day and . . . well, that part didn't turn out so well. Hmmm.

Barbara said...

I love the look of scalloped borders......would love to see how to figure and how to bind. Thank you for the great lessons!

Cynthia said...

I would love to see a tutorial on dresdens. Thank you, what a fantastic giveaway!!!

Kathy Sue said...

How can I add interest to my quilt backs? Thanks for asking for my suggestions. And for the great give-a-way!

Anonymous said...

I would love something about Hawaiian applique and quilting.

Billy'sgirl said...

A tutorial on bias bindings would be awesome.

ritainalaska said...

love gadgets and would like to see more vids like using the ofa circle cutter tutorial and my other fav, techniques, like sewing curves.

Nancy: rangerer@sbcglobal.net said...

I am wanting to do free motion quilting and would love a tutorial on it.

Pattijg said...

I would love to see a tutorial on making circles!

Vicki H said...

I'd like to know how to choose the right quilting to enhance my quilt top.

Fran Kingston Dill said...

Hexagons seem to be all the rage right now. I would love to see a how to video on making them and making a quilt with them.

Liz said...

I wonder if anyone else has been lucky enough to inherit a Singer featherweight......a tutorial on all the attachments and just the basics would be great! It is just so much easier to use my new sewing machine instead of spending time figuring out the old:)!

barb said...

I would love to see videos on mixing different fabric lines. babscorbitt@gmail.com

Jean Heibert said...

Would love to have a video on colors, have a hard time getting the colors in the right place. I am discouraged with making the quilt because I have the wrong colors usually, one is overpowering the other. I always have to go to kits. Would like to step out of the box!

Patty said...

Here are my wish list ideas:
1. Quilting trends
2. Favorite tools, rulers, thread
3. Working with batiks in a traditional pattern
4. Interviews with quilting designers
5. Combining fabrics from different designers
6. Star blocks

Thank you so much for the opportunity to win Flower Girl! She is a beauty!!

Lorene Holbrook said...

I love your videos! Would love to see one on scallop binding. How about controling or organizing our stuff! Scraps, tools, our fabric. Visiting sewing rooms? Thanks for the chance. I love that qlt!

Cecilia said...

This will be great! I would like to see tutorials on cutting bias binding, curved piecing (drunkards path, circles, and scalloped borders), mitered borders, free motion quilting, and different ways to make half and quarter square triangles. Thanks for the great giveaway and I'm looking forward to your videos.

Beth said...

Given how my last quilting session went, it appears I need a lesson on accurate rotary cutting. Very basic but essential.

hannah said...

I'd love tutorials on different types of applique and also paper piecing. Thanks for the opportunity.

Lisa C said...

I am not sure it's a video topic, but I enjoy seeing quilt patterns made in various fabrics. It is difficult to know how to search flickr for quilts made by a pattern - whether by designer, fabric store, etc. Or maybe I'm just not up to date on searching methods!

Sandy said...

I would like to see some tutorials on curved piecing and mitering corners (with the example being a large quilt, not a 12" square, lol). Thanks for the opportunity to win such a gorgeous kit!=)

Learn How To Make Quilts said...

Ohh my, almost any kind of tutorial is great to watch and learn. Not sure what else I'd like to see. Surprise me! Curved pieces always intimidate me, but not sure how you would ever make that any easier.

Anonymous said...

Free motion quilting and bias binding would be great!

Angelica O'Connor said...



Oh, I have two.

I would love a tutorial on free motion quilting of a big quilt on a regular domestic machine.

Also, would love a tutorial on the different ways to prepare a quilt for quilting, ie. layering, pinning, thread basting, spray basting, batting with adhesive on it, etc.

THANK YOU for the opportunity to win this beautiful quilt!

Angelica O'

Chris S said...

I also would love more quilting designs using a walking foot. And paper piecing, I haven't went there yet! What a super awesome prize, the kit is just beautiful!!!

Pam said...

Oh my, where to start, I would love to see any tutorial. When you quilt you become a jack of all trades. You are always learning.
I think that's what I enjoy about quilting!
Pam
p.s. Love the quilt
pamwalton@eastlink.ca

Anonymous said...

I would love a tutorial about doing easy free-motion quilting on home sewing machines. Love the quilt, thank you for the chance to win the kit!
Tami
tamiquilts (at) att (dot) net

Jennifer said...

What a treasure this giveaway is! Since I am a novice, any videos would be helpful...borders, binding and choosing fabric for those. Thanks for the chance at this amazing giveaway.
sdjg(at)pacbell(dot)net

lauraluvsloons said...

I'd love to see a tut on quilting feathers on borders and as fillers on home sewing machines.

Elaine said...

more quilting with a walking foot. What designs you can do and just some good ideas for using it!!

Mary Deckert said...

I would love to see interesting ways to straight line quilt. Also, instruction and tips on free motion quilting on big quilts on a pretty basic home machine. And lastly, suggestions of which Moda solids go best with new lines of fabric. Thank you! I love that Flower Girl quilt.
marydeckert(at)comcast(dot)net

Barb in Mi said...

I may be late, but a hexagon video machine pieced would be great. Thank you!

Chris said...

I would like a tutorial on how to insert a zipper on a purse. Thanks.

Shauna Gunnell said...

Would love tutorials on paper piecing as well as using a curved foot. Would also be interested in various design processes so we can learn to design quilts at home.

nettie said...

I need to learn the tricks to sewing diamonds! I seem to shy away from doing those quilts, although,I love them....

wtpooh11 said...

I would love to learn how to do the binding on the quilts. I am new to quilting. That part scares me for some reason. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks for the chance to win.

Anonymous said...

Borders borders borders !!!!!just learning to long arm and my biggest problem is borders. If my quilt is not square can I fix it??
Jackie in Canada

Stitched With Prayer said...

Woo Hoo Utah!!! I know exactly where you were filming this cause I live in Utah about 40 miles from where this was done *\o/* ... I saw someone else said they would love a detailed tut on Y seams and I agree. But I would also love some words of wisdom on ensuring my fabric selections for a project, especially larger projects, has the right balance of lights, medium, and dark fabrics along with a variation of prints to give it personality. I have the toughest time with the medium range, because some just seem to fit in both medium and categories. This is often a real struggle for me. Thanks so much!!!

Linda Milward said...

I would love to see tutorials on the newest feet out there, like the binding feet, bindings are my greatest challenge

Debbie Weishaar said...

I'd like to see a tutorial on sewing binding on and getting the perfect corners. I seem to try many methods and still have yet to get a corner to turn out perfect. Thanks for the chance to win.

Marjorie Nath said...

I would like to see a series of tutorials on art quilts and thread painting.
thelady at hotmail.com

Grandkat Missouri said...

I would like to see tutorials on doing machine quilting. I have the machine but not sure where to start. Also, my grandmother made a handkerchief quilt but covered the handkerchief with a see thru material so it would save the integrity. I would like to see that or perhaps how to integrate embroidery into quilting. Thanks for the giveaway and the question. You guys are awesome!!

Just Sew Sue said...

Fabulous prize. I'd like a video on choosing fabrics from different collections to ensure they go together.

Julie said...

Y seams and reverse applique please

Barb said...

I would love to see a tutorial on matching colors and prints. I spend hours when I am searching for fabric trying to find just the rights ones to go together. There just has to be an easier way. Thanks sew much!

Maree in NC ☺ said...

So excited that you're going to be sharing tutorials! I'd love to see tutorials on all of the latest and greatest "tools of the trade". Thanks a bunch for the chance to win! ☺

Heather said...

I would love tutorials on different methods of applique (because applique still kind of scares me, LOL!) and on getting patterns with curved pieces to work...for example, I'd love to make a wedding ring quilt but...gosh, how to make those perfect rings? Yikes!

Callie Appelstein said...

I'd like a tutorial about non-straight line quilting with a walking foot!

Lynne said...

I would like a tutorial on Y-seams and quilting with a home machine.

Judy Fowler said...

That would be so pretty hanging in my sewing room or wraps around my precious granddaughter. Thanks for all the great info!

Debbie M said...

Love that quilt!!!! So excited about your youtube!
I'd love to see how to do binding, making nice corners. Also machine applique and quilting on smaller pieces.

Joan said...

I would like to see information on all the different notions available for quilting, what they are used for and how they work.

Anonymous said...

I would love a bias binding tutorial, appliquing. Just learning all of this. I would love the quilt kit also!!

Laura Robinson

rosepetal said...

Great giveaway! I didn't know you had You Tube videos! A tutorial on strait line quilting on a regular sewing machine would be good.

Lorna S said...

Would love to see some applique tutorials. I've never ventured into that area, but have been eyeing so many beautiful applique designs that I'm thinking I may have to go for it!
By the way- I am now officially obsessed with the fruit fabric in the picture shown! I MUST have it! ;) Seriously, would love to know the name of it.

Laura K. said...

Glad to find out you have a UTube channel. I'd like to see tutorials on free-motion quilting and how to applique.

Kathy Romans said...

I would love to see something on choosing fabrics also using pre-cuts.
I do love watching You Tube tutorials, they are so helpful.

Lynda McCullough said...

I'd like to learn about paper piecing using freezer paper.

Carrie S. said...

Bias binding and Y-seams would be great. I am terrible with finishing my binding.

Suzie H said...

I would love to see videos on how to cut bias binding, choosing fabrics (since I tend to go with just fabrics in one line), and simple machine quilting techniques.

Lee said...

I think some on Curveds - bindings and piecing would be great. Also some needle turned applique! thank you!

Grandmasewnsew said...

I would love to see a tutorial on how to decide on how to quilt a pieced top. Some examples of popular patterns of quilt tops and how quilters chose what designs to quilt on them would be great. It also might be interesting to see the same pieced top (or same pattern, different fabrics) quilted in different ways so as to be able to make a decision on how to quilt it. For a quicker tutorial, how to ensure that your blocks come out the right size or as close to the right size as possible :) would be one I'd love to see.

Leah0101 said...

Any easy time saving hints & tips - there is always an easier, newer or quicker way to do things that someone has improved with modern technology or a new invention of tool or gadget!

jo said...

I would love to see how to finish the end of binding. I seem to always have a problem doing this. It either is very thick or it puckers.

Karen McCormick said...

I have difficulty doing bias binding. Help.

Lisa said...

Y-Seams and Curved piecing would be the videos I would most like to see.
lisamcgriff (at) hotmail (dot) com

Susan Paxton said...

I love your blogs and will subscribe to your youtube channel..I love seeing how others do things such as binding a quilt and choosing colors. I don't know anything about designing a quilt other than taking a pattern and putting my own fabric in it. I love scrappy quilts and have a pretty big stash built up. Woulf love to win the quilt kit, as I used to have a flower shop and I love anything with flowers...

Dawn said...

I would love to be more confident in my color choices. So a tutorial on fabric and color and pattern combinations.

Lori Kae said...

I am a visual learner so this is awesome:

I would love a tutorial on free motion quilting.

Bindng tips and techniques. I hold my own but an expert tutorial would be great.

A quick and simple way to make double bias tape in multiple sizes.

Linda Fleming said...

What a wonderful selection of videos you have already.
My main problem is coordinating colors!
There are so many fabrics out there and
too many decisions to make!
A video on color selection would be great.
lflemin@msn.com

Terri U said...

My choices for video tutorials would be curved seams and applique techniques.

Applikaye said...

Unique quick quilt labels would be great.

Kris said...

how about a hand quilting video? i am always searching for tips to make it easier... :) thanks! I look forward to all your videos!

Mom C said...

I am currently struggling with a lone star quilt. The one star is the size of our queen bed. I can't get the squares and triangles to square up the quilt to fit. I haven't found a tute on how to make those large pieces work. Would so love to see it done instead of the 9" or so stars. Something about starching would be great, when to, why to, what to expect, etc. Picking colors and making decent quilt labels would be helpful to me. Thanks.

Alyce Rodriguez said...

Thanks for the giveaway! Bias binding tutorial would be great. Also, maybe feature some of your rulers & templates and show how to use them. wonderlandbyalyce at gmail dot com

OhioLori said...

Would love lots of info on FMQ....also basting quilt sandwich..

Love your Tutorials!! Soooo helpful to new beginners...and seasoned quilters to I'm sure. Thanks for all the work you all do! :)

DeEtte Peterson said...

I need any and all tutorials you post! I am a beginner quilter, although I've sewn for years! I really like the idea of helping with fabric matching and combos. Love your site!

Meredith said...

I just love your tutorials! Would really like to see tutorial on free motion quilting with my machine - I am not confident to try at all! Also quilts with specialty rulers, and fabric precuts.

Schatzi said...

Love tutorials, both for basics and tricks, but also for selecting the appropriate fabrics or the best pattern to highlight the beauties of a fabric line. Also, how to build a coordinated selection based on one or two stash fabrics, color-matching and whatnot.

Barbara McD said...

I'd like to see a tutorial on how to make better quilt labels!

Thanks for the giveaway!!!

Abby said...

I love tutorials for quick patterns. You know when you need that quick gift. Always fun to see some new tutorials for a fun block that could turn into a perfect quilt!

dortha said...

I would like a tutorial on paper piecing using the precut pieces and the different combinations you can get. Would love to win the flower girl quilt.

Anne said...

Thanks for asking for our input!!

Have videos of regular folks sewing areas and and hear their ideas on how to organize/maximize space.
I am also challenged by fabric selection. I can't seem to envision how fabrics will look in a quilt pattern.
Basics on scrap quilts: do you still have to organize colors, patterns etc?

maggie said...

I'd love to see a tutorial on combining embroidered pieces with patchwork in a quilt.

Sandy said...

I would love to see a tutorial on mixing fabric lines. Thanks for the giveaway.

sandyser47@gmail.com

Patty said...

I would like to see a video on "different ways to quilt" a quilt. Like doing a feather wreath in the blocks and another pattern in the border.

Brenda said...

I would love a tutorial on the easiest way to make bias binding. I also would love to know how to machine quilt on a regular home machine. Thanks for the give away.

Christi Walter said...

Perhaps cutting and stitching Hawaiian hand applique? That is on my bucket list to do someday.

Janice said...

Just subscribed to the You Tube channel and am sew excited about it. Love videos as I am a "visual" learner and can watch them over until I actually "get" it!! I would love to have a video tutorial on Prairie Point binding. I've seen some on how to make the speedy PP, but nothing on how to actual attach them. Stumped on how to finish the quilt with them and would love to put them on a baby quilt. Thanks, Janice

Teckla Buller said...

Color is always problematic for me, so anything about choosing colors. Also, Y seams or any seam that has an awkward join. New here but I love all the info! Thanks,

Pauline said...

Would love to see any of your videos. I learn so
many new things when watching.

Thanks
Pauline

jan said...

As a newer quilter I have a hard time deciding on quilting patterns to use . For example, if you have a Flower Girl Quilt (hint, hint) do you quilt a pantograph all over design or feathers or mix up the designs. When is a quilt top too busy to use multiple quilting techniques on it etc.... You can have a beautifully pieced quilt top and really take away from it with the wrong quilting designs.
This is just one idea...
Thanks for the chance at the giveaway!!

Iraelia Pernas said...

I love your sewing room and dream on winning the gift! Will like to see video on prairie points borders.

Lee said...

Today, when I was cutting down some pieces...i thought I could benefit from a demo on Cutting 101. I want to learn all the new methods and tricks ! Thanks, Lee

Angelia Lanouette said...

I am a new quilter and can use all the videos I can get. I would love to see a video series on making a quilt from start (picking fabrics) to finish (binding). Thank you!
anglanouette(at)gmail(dot)com

Janet said...

Y seams definitely. I just can't figure them out.

Marguerite said...

I would love to watch how to choose fabric that look great together without having them in a bundle or already picked out for us. How to choose color, value, prints, and solids and how the play off one another.

Julie said...

I would love tutorials on choosing fabric for quilt patterns. Fabric cutting tips would be great. New tools and tricks to make sewing quicker or more accurate would be great.

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