Hey guys,  and welcome back to my Quilting 101 series! I hope these videos are helping you with basic sewing and quilting techniques! Today I’ll be sharing my helpful pressing tips and tricks. We’ll also talk about how to read pressing instructions on patterns, and how to fix common seam problems. I’ll also be sharing some things to look for when buying an iron too!

So let’s get started!

Watch Quilting 101: How to Press Fabric here!



I hope those tips helped you out! If you’ve missed any of my Quilting 101 videos, you can check them out below!


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Today I’m giving away a Goodie Goodie Binding Kit that I made for one of you!

I used Vintage Picnic fabric by Bonnie and Camille for Moda.

The pattern is a free online pattern from Vanessa Goertzen called the Goodie Goodie Binding Kit.

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  1. Nice video, I need a new iron, as my current one keeps shutting off even as I’m ironing! I have to unplug it and count to ten before I can plug it back in again!!! 👎🏻

  2. I enjoyed your video. I have been sewing and quilting since the late 60’s. My career job didn’t allow much time for sewing. It’s alway a great value to refresh techniques and see if there’s anything new. Liked the iron and I will have to update later. Please enter me in your give away. Quilting hasn’t changed much. Although the fabric just keeps coming, back then you didn’t have much of a choice and it’s fun today but I cannot see how we have so many different designs, quality of fabric, it’s really nice. Speciality rulers also helps tremendously and I’ve been watching Missouri star demonstrations on fast piecing. Gosh I used to handpiece blocks and it took for ever. Keep up the good work. Thank you so much.

    Donna Todd

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