I quilt on occasion, and though I’m not a beginner, or pro, I do have many years of quilting on my side. I was able to quickly go through this book and find tips that I can use and would have never thought of. Of course, as a quilter, it never hurts to learn more efficient ways to quilt. I find that had I had this book before, I could have prevented some mishaps long ago.
In the past I’ve used the wrong thread, prewashed the wrong types of fabrics, or colors, and had disastrous results. I didn’t know what I didn’t know, and learned by trial and fire. There’s nothing worse than having colors bleed on each other, or having washed the wrong types of fabrics together to pull your expensive project out of the dryer covered in fuzz balls before you have even started quilting. Fortunately, I did have a friend who was an expert quilter and I was able to call her for help, when we had time away from taking care of our families.
It is disappointing to invest time and money in fabric, as a gift for yourself, or someone else, to have that dream dashed. This book will definitely come in handy.
In “50 Quilting Tips,” you will find ways to use your tools more beneficially, how to prepare and store fabrics, how to adjust table heights for a better work surface, find ways for tracing patterns, stabilizing fabrics, and more.
This is why I would recommend “50 Quilting Tips For Beginners and Experienced Quilters.”
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