How to Prepare and Cut Fabric for Quilting

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Here Are Many Great Tips for Both New and Experienced Quilters!

Do you sometimes get Vs and Ws while cutting strips from folded fabric? Have you tried using starch to firm up washed fabric and run into problems? Are you simply unsure how to get the most accurate cuts? The following video will answer all those questions, and more.

Leah Day has put together an excellent video that covers all the steps from preparing fabric to cutting accurate pieces (her starching tips are genius!). She does a thorough job of covering every aspect and provides many tips to make the process go smoothly.

If you’re new to quilting you’ll love all the helpful pointers in this video. If you’re an experience quilter, chances are you’ll learn something new to make squaring up and cutting fabric easier.


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