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Crosshatching is a useful technique for any quilter. Straight line crosshatching is traditionally found behind applique and even a small amount of crosshatching can dress up a quilt top. When used behind curvy applique it gives the eye a place to rest as the viewer takes in the patchwork in the quilt.

Crosshatching is a useful technique for any quilter. Straight line crosshatching is traditionally found behind applique and even a small amount of crosshatching can dress up a quilt top.

A 'walking' foot for your sewing machine is essential if you are a quiltmaker. It is used for several purposes: attaching bindings straight line quilting curves —yes curves! Let me (Jan T Urquhart Baillie) show you how to use your walking...

A 'walking' foot for your sewing machine is essential if you are a quiltmaker. It is used for several purposes: attaching bindings straight line quilting curves —yes curves! Let me (Jan T Urquhart Baillie) show you how to use your walking.