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How To Make A Quilt

How To Make A Quilt

HOW TO MAKE A QUILT: PROJECT FOR BEGINNERS





Trying to make a quilt for the first time can seem overwhelming! Where do you start, what do you need, and how do you actually get a quilt stitched together? We’ve found the best place to start is by choosing a simple project (like Christa Watson’s Simple Strips quilt above), and breaking down the process of quiltmaking into steps. Tackle each of these one at a time, and you’ll be finishing your very first quilt before you know it. Learn how to make a quilt from start to finish following each of these steps.

Step 1: Choose a Quilt Pattern


If you are making your first-ever quilt, start with something small to help you learn the basic techniques. Baby quilts are perfect for beginning quilters! Use one of these tutorials or pick a very basic block (like patchwork squares or half-square triangles) to begin.


Lone Star Baby Quilt Tutorial


The Lone Star Baby Quilt designed by Amy Smart of Diary of a Quilter is a simple combination of half-square triangles, but the finished quilt looks anything but basic! Learn how to make the Lone Star Baby Quilt here.


Bib Steps Baby Quilt tutorial


This baby quilt designed by Giuseppe Ribaudo (AKA @Giucy_Giuce on Instagram) is based on the Courthouse Step quilt block made from simple strips. Find the step-by-step instructions to make a Big Step Baby Quilt here.


How to make a Minky backed baby quilt


This simple patchwork quilt designed by Anneliese of Aesthetic Nest is backed with super-soft Minky fabric! Learn How to Make a Minky Backed Baby Quilt here.


If you’d like to try a basic quilt block and build enough to create a small quilt, try one of these.


Lee Heinrich Quilting with Triangles Part III


Triangles are a favorite building block for quilters because there are so many different possibilities! Learn the basics of How To Make A Quilt with these shapes in the How To Make A Quilt With Triangles series here.


Half square triangle piecing tip


Half square triangles are a staple in How To Make A Quilt, and you can learn a great tip for Half Square Triangle Piecing here.


Log cabin block tutorial


The Log Cabin is another favorite quilt block! Make one large block and you’ve got yourself a fantastic baby quilt. Learn the basics to Make a Log Cabin Block here.

Step 2: Gather Tools and Materials


Must Have Tools for Quilters


You’ll need some basic How To Make A Quilt and sewing tools before you get started on your quilt. Check out this list of Must-Have Tools for Quilters to get started.


When buying fabric for your first quilt, pay attention to the requirements in the tutorial or pattern you are following. A tutorial or pattern will list exactly how much of each kind of fabric to purchase, plus batting, backing fabric, and binding fabric.


If you have decided to make a simple block (like a patchwork square or simple half square triangle) and aren’t sure how much fabric to buy, try to find the dimensions of each block, then decide how many blocks you need to build the size quilt you want. This process may seem a bit difficult if you’ve never tackled it before, and you can try checking an online quilt fabric calculator, ask a friend who quilts to help, or ask the staff at your local quilt shop for some pointers.

Step 3: Cut the Patchwork


Free quilt piecing tips eBook


Stitching together accurate patchwork starts with accurate cutting. Learn all about the basics of cutting quilt patchwork pieces in this lesson on Accurate Piecing Basics.

Step 4: Sew the Patchwork


How to sew partial seams in How To Make A Quilt


Sewing a perfect straight stitch seam will help your final quilt come together without puckers, wavy, or unmatched seams. Learn how to sew accurate patchwork in this lesson on Quarter-Inch Seams. Use the right tool for the job and read all about the BERNINA fleet of Patchwork feet in this Quarter-Inch Seam Tip.

Step 5: Baste the Quilt


Putting together the quilt sandwich and basting all the layers together is an important step! A quilt sandwich basted well is less likely to bunch-up, pucker, or become distorted during the How To Make A Quilt process. To baste your quilt you will need:

  • Quilt backing fabric (at least 5″ wider on all sides than your quilt top)
  • Quilt batting (at least a few inches wider on all sides than your quilt top), read All About Quilt Batting here.
  • A large, flat area to work on basting

Basting Tutorial - Materials


There are two most-used methods for basting together the layers of a quilt. Read all about How to Pin Baste a Quilt here.


Spray Basting


Using temporary spray adhesive to hold all layers of the quilt sandwich together has become a popular no-pin method. Get the Spray Basting Tutorial here.

Step 6: How To Make A Quilt Stitches


There are many, many different ways to quilt the layers of the quilt sandwich together: straight line How To Make A Quilt, free-motion How To Make A Quilt, How To Make A Quilt with an overall pattern, following the patchwork designs with How To Make A Quilt, or just doing your own thing. Which type of How To Make A Quilt you choose falls under the “personal preference” category!


Free-Motion Christmas Stocking Tutorial - Free-Motion How To Make A Quilt with the free-motion embroidery foot # 24


 


Free-motion How To Make A Quilt is a technique in which you move the fabric under the needle to create different designs. Practice on some scraps of fabric and batting before tackling FMQ on your first quilt, and read these helpful tips and technique posts.


Straight line How To Make A Quilt with Walking foot #50


Another favorite method of How To Make A Quilt is stitching in straight lines. This post has lots of information all about Straight Line How To Make A Quilt from how to plan your design and tools to help you stitch a straighter line.

Step 7: Bind the Quilt


Master Machine Binding finish


Adding binding finishes the edges of your quilt nicely after How To Make A Quilt. There are a few methods to binding, and quilters usually find a favorite method and stick to it.

Step 8: Enjoy Your Quilt!


Lone Star Baby Quilt Quilt-Along Quilt Tutorials


Don’t forget to add a label to your quilt to help you remember when you made it, especially if the quilt is a gift. Or, if you decide you’d like to hang your quilt on the wall to enjoy it, read all about how to make a Quilt Hanging Sleeve here.