December 2012
Quilter's Newsletter Magazine;2012 Best Christmas Quilts, p96
The article presents several steps for designing quilts including fabric preparation, double-fold binding and hand piecing. It discusses the importance of quilt pattern templates and proper cutting that are essential for making patches used in the designing of a quilt. It also mentions that the sleeve is used for hanging a quilt on a wall with the help of a rod.


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