Quilting Basics

Quilting 101: Essential Skills (Cutting, Pressing and Seaming)

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Journey into all things quilting by learning the beginner basics. In this video guide, Marie Segares is here to educate you on the three essential quilting skills: pressing, cutting, and seaming (sewing) your fabric. You’ll learn how to properly press wrinkles out of your fabric, how to stitch your fabric together and press your seams, and so much more! Marie also discusses how to accurately measure and safely cut your fabric pieces, as well as what tools she uses for her quilting projects. Get ready to design some beautifully pieced blocks with our latest quilting video.

    • Ashley J.

      Hi Robert! You can find similar wool pressing mats with interlocking pieces on Amazon or Fat Quarter Shop’s website. Thanks! – Ashley, We Like Sewing

  • Qumaira Z.

    I thought it would be about cutting patterns for blouses , tops and other dresses .but not interested in Quilt etc ..Can you please cancel my membership.
    I take this is final ..i will call my bank of the credit card ..and advise to dispute if not cancelled. I did not understand clearly ..it read Sewing ..so i thought it was shirts and tops , pj etc.


    Qumaira Zahid

    • Ashley J.

      Hi Qumaira! I will send your cancellation request to our customer service team. They will reach out to you via email within the next few days. Let us know if you have any additional questions. Thanks! – Ashley, We Like Sewing

  • Amelia P.

    Thank you I enjoyed watching your tutorial I like the way you explain things.

    • Ashley J.

      We’re so glad you liked this video, Sewing Enthusiast! Marie is actually hosting a free sewing webinar on 5/17/22. You can find more information for this webinar on FaveCrafts’ Eventbrite page. Have a great day! – Ashley, WeLikeSewing


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