Homespun Quilt Along: Cutting & Tools

author Lauren Terry   4 мес. назад

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FRUIT NINJA of INDIA | Amazing Fruits Cutting Skills | Indian Street Food

Badshah juice center is small street food truck located in Goregaon west, Mumbai. They serves up some amazing thirst quenchers and summer coolers with fresh fruits and ice-cream. From milkshakes to fresh fruit juices, ice-creams and fruits with cream, Badshah never disappoints when it comes to cooling you down. They also have seasonal sundaes with fruits like custard apple that ice-cream lovers will not want to miss. Address : Badshah Juice Center, Road No. 2, Jawahar Nagar, Goregaon West, Mumbai

Quilting for Beginners - Easiest Quilt for Beginners Ever (Quilting Tutorial)

Quilting for Beginners Tutorial: Believe me, this is the easiest quilt ever for a beginner to make. In this quilting tutorial we show you, step by step, how to make a lovely quilt in less than a day. And the more you make the quicker it becomes. ---TOOLS & SUPPLIES USED IN THIS PROJECT--- - Batting - This is similar to what we used - - Frixion Pens - - Quilting Ruler - (the ruler we used in the video is no longer available however this is the one we use now) - Oliso iron (yellow- pro version): - Olfa 60mm Rotary Cutter: We are Amazon Associates. If you purchase anything using the Amazon links above you will help support our channel...thank you! Are you put off making a quilt because of the binding? - well in this quilt we don't use binding. And this quilt is all made with a sewing machine so there is no hand sewing. Not up to free motion quilting just yet? - no worries, we don't do that either. This is a very simple beginners quilt that can be made by anyone who can sew a straight line. And if you can't, well you'll be an expert by the time you finish, because this quilt is all straight line sewing. You will be so amazed at how quick and easy this is, that you will soon be making them for gifts. It's a super simple quilting pattern. Quilting for beginners has never been so easy! To make this quilt we purchased: - 2 metres (approx 2 yards) for the backing fabric (we had some left over after cutting to size) - 2 metres (approx 2 yards) of batting (we had some left over after cutting to size) - 1/4 metre (approx 1/4 yard) of each of 8 different types of fabrics (we didn't end up using it all) The completed size of the quilt is 37" by 50". FOLLOW US ON.... Website: Facebook: Pinterest: Twitter: Tumblr: Instagram: ----------------------------------------- SO WHO IS ALANDA CRAFT? Alanda Craft is based in Australia and was created by Wanda & Paula who love crafting, quilting, sewing, scrapbooking and everything in between. The goal of Alanda Craft is to provide helpful video tutorials, reviews and information to help you get your creative juices flowing. We specialise in the Brother ScanNCut, The Dream Machine 2, quilting, bag making and fabric crafts. Check out more of our videos on our Channel Page and don't forget to subscribe for more great tutorials. CHANNEL PAGE:

How to Square Up Fabric for Cutting

Learning how to square up fabric before cutting any pieces for your next quilt is an important lesson. Heather Thomas teaches you how she squares up fabric after it has been pre-washed and gets it ready to be used. Fabric: Heather first begins by explaining how she likes to pre-wash her fabric. If you plan to do this step it should be done after you bring the fabric home from the fabric store- before you do any other preparation with it. She then explains how she dries the fabric, which is different depending on if she plans to use it right away or not. Once the fabric has been washed and dried she explains how to fold the fabric selvage to selvage, explaining where to find the selvage on a piece of fabric. She then shows how to manipulate the selvage if needed due to it shrinking when washing. Once the fabric is folded, she explains what the new ‘true’ straight edge is to base your cuts off of. This edge then gets lined up with a line on your cutting mat and the raw edges can be cut. Learning to square up your fabric like this not only ensures that any strips or pieces you cut will be straight but it helps ensure a square quilt in the end. Heather also gives tips on what size of ruler she likes to use when squaring up fabric as well as tips on how to best hold the ruler so it doesn’t move when cutting. Once you have your fabric square you can cut all of your pieces and begin working on your next quilt. Even though you are piecing with precisely cut pieces of fabric, it is still also important to square up your quilt blocks with precision as well. Find more quilting videos here:

A Simple Trick to Install Baseboard Corners Perfectly

Leah demonstrates how to install baseboard corners with a perfect fit, using a coping saw. Buy Leah a cup of coffee! If you are inclined to support See Jane Drill and help us continue to offer lots of free DIY home improvement videos, here are 3 ways to contribute: 1. Buy Leah a cup of coffee! 2. Shop on Amazon through our links, and See Jane Drill will receive a small commission for each item purchased: Click on this link to shop on Amazon via See Jane Drill: Link to coping saw used in this video on Amazon: Leah's Recommended Tools for Beginner DIY-ers: Power Tools: DeWalt 20V Lithium-Ion Brushless Compact Drill Driver: (currently on sale!) Skil Circular Saw with Laser Beam Guide: Dremel Multi-Max Oscillating Tool Kit: (currently on sale!) Black and Decker Smart Select Jig Saw: Black and Decker Random Orbit Sander: Hand Tools: Stanley 20-piece basic screwdriver set: Irwin Tools Universal Hand Saw: Erstwing 16-oz Claw Hammer: Lufkin Quick-Read Tape Measure: Stanley Value Chisels (for everyday use): Stud-Pop Magnetic StudFinder: Rite in the Rain Weatherproof Notebooks: 3. If you really like the work we that we do or have been helped by our videos, consider supporting See Jane Drill on Patreon: Contact Us: Website: Facebook: Twitter: Email: Disclaimer: Due to factors beyond the control of See Jane Drill, we cannot guarantee against improper use or unauthorized modifications of this information. See Jane Drill assumes no liability for property damage or injury incurred as a result of any of the information contained in this video. Use this information at your own risk. See Jane Drill recommends safe practices when working with tools seen or implied in this video. Due to factors beyond the control of See Jane Drill, no information contained in this video shall create any expressed or implied warranty or guarantee of any particular result. Any injury, damage, or loss that may result from improper use of these tools, equipment, or from the information contained in this video is the sole responsibility of the user and not See Jane Drill. #seejanedrill

How to make a pot holder in minutes

Sue Elenbaas, of Borculo, Michigan, taught me how to make these fun potholders when I crashed a recent craft gathering at her home. Download a PDF instruction sheet at

*Before you begin, download the cut list (link in comments)!
Learn how to make a medallion quilt from start to finish. These classic blocks look beautiful in traditional or modern colors. I look forward to you joining me in this quilt along!

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