Do you ever struggle with creating knots when you’re hand sewing? While tying a knot in thread seems like it should be simple it’s easy to produce knots that unravel or that are untidy and hard to hide.
If you’ve ever hand-quilted you probably already know how to make a quilter’s knot. This nearly foolproof method produces neat sturdy knots that aren’t too big or small. Plus they’re easy to “pop” through the fabric to hide in the batting layer.
However, if you’ve never tried them you’ll love how easy quilter’s knots are to make. It’s likely they’ll become your go-to whenever you’re hand sewing.
Watch as Casey Cometti from Wellspring Designs demonstrates how to tie a quilter’s knot in the following video.
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The video is included in a concise primer about how to hand quilt found at the link below.
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