Quilting and Patchwork Tutorials and Videos

Quilting and Patchwork Tutorials and Videos
The advancement in computer technology is almost at the speed of light. What comes out today will probably be superseded in a month. The social media that we have today was unknown about five years ago, and one wonders what will come in the next five years.

As with most things, new inventions often come with their pros and cons. The World Wide Web has brought some undesirable elements including the exploitation of vulnerable children on the web, and identity theft. But it has also bought an enormous amount of good applications that have improved the way of life for people around the globe. One such advancement for quilters is the advent of YouTube videos and Instructional Tutorials that can be found on the web.

These days, if you wish to learn a new technique, all you have to do is go to YouTube and search for your subject. It is most likely that there will be a tutorial posted in the subject matter that interests you.

If you’re unable to download YouTube videos (because of bandwidth allocation) then just go to Google and search for your subject there. Many quilting and patchwork tutorials have been posted by bloggers and quilt businesses. These are usually accompanied by terrific diagrams and photographs.

I’ve been surfing the web and have come across these terrific videos and tutorials you might be interested in. Have fun!

How to bind a hexagon quilt.

Burying knots when machine Quilting

Disappearing 16 patch

how to make a quilt circle

confetti techniqu

Three Dudes quilt

block of strings quilt tutorial

Quilt as you ?Go – Joining Blocks

Quilted Canvas tutorial

Finishing that Hexagon Quilt

How to Antique your Quilt Top

Make your own clear plastic craft bags

Stuffed Fruit

Double Flip HST Tutorial

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