How to Fold a Quilt for Easy Giving

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It Only Takes a Minute to Turn a Floppy Bundle Into a Pretty Presentation!

Once your beautiful quilts are done, do you struggle with how to present them to those you made them for? Simply folding a quilt the standard way creates a floppy handful that’s hard to wrap or to otherwise give neatly.

However, they can be folded into neat packages that look great and stay together. The folding method, from Julie Hirt at Six Two Seven Handworks, is simple to do yet secures a quilt so it’s easy to present. Once it’s folded, wrap the quilt, simply tie a bow around it, or even tuck a card into the front flap.

How to Fold a Quilt for Easy Giving

The flap on the front displays a bit of the backing, making for a more interesting presentation. Plus, it only takes a few minutes to fold a quilt into a lovely package.

Click here for the “Tucked Quilt Fold” tutorial.


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