Assembly Line Construction Makes for a Quicker Finish!
Whether you’re new to quilting or have been doing it for awhile, you may find yourself wishing you could speed up some of the steps. Working more efficiently while piecing will allow you to finish more quickly – and therefore make more quilts.
Amy Gibson has put together an article with four great tips to speed up the piecing process. Her tips cover cutting, piecing, marking and pressing.
Her suggestions revolve around doing all of one step at a time, and combining more than one piece wherever possible. While you may not adopt all of her tips, even one will help you piece more efficiently and quickly.
Amy’s article was created for the launch of Amy Smart’s wonderful book Fabulously Fast Quilts. You can take a look at it here.
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