2021 tutorials

I’m starting to plan next year’s tutorials and I need your help.

And now please leave a comment with suggestions for the tutorials, any particular block would like to try or any other sewing tutorial or techniques you’d like to learn.

Thank you!

44 thoughts on “2021 tutorials”

  1. Hi Teresa, I am new to quilting and cutting absolutely scares me, so tutorial on cutting would be appreciated. I finally found your book and ordered it, can’t wait to receive it.

    I already receive your email and love your tutorials. Have a great day.

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  2. I’ve been trying to create a quilt with machine appliqued squares. Not sure how to join the squares together if I applique through the batting and backing. Seems so complicated. There has to be an easier way.

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  3. I would love to see some blocks using Australian images, say koalas, other animals flora, and old huts. these could be made into minis perhaps used as key holders or wall hangings.

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  4. I know you don’t usually do many hand-sewing videos, but I would love to learn how to shadow applique by hand. Thanks! Love your videos!

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  5. Hello Teresa, I have yiur book. It has been very useful. Would like to see your method for cathedral window blocks p, if possible.

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  6. Binding, borders that don’t just like quilt enlargement, metered cornners

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  7. How to cut your fabric correctly, sew a 1/4” consistently so your blocks are accurate?

    I’m also interested in appliqué? I’ve not tried to do because I feel that I need more experience in piecing
    Blocks and foundation paper piecing.

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  8. There are always beginners!! A series of beginners’ blocks and complete procedure for assembling. Everything you show is useful!!! Thanks a lot!!!

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  9. Is it possible to place your blocks from 2020 in a new book?
    I like to see some blocs for Christmas 2021.
    I do like your video’s. Please go on with this.
    With regards Ans Smits from The Netherlands

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  10. Thanks for all the tutorials! I’d love to see some curves, joining already quilted blocks and quilting with the walking foot!

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  11. No matter what you choose to create it will be enlightening and very much appreciated! Thanks so much for your generous sharing of your time and talent!

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  12. I was going to say Storm at sea, I see others have commented that as well. But I think you may have already done that. What about a BOM that we could complete a quilt using different blocks you demonstrate?

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  13. You always have the best hints on how to do blocks. I have not quilted a quilt for several years, but I am starting up to quilt again. Your post is always helpful and I smile when I see your posts. Nice to know you are helping ot encourage all quilters of all levels.

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  14. Thanks for the opportunity to be a part of 2021’s possibilities. Teresa, I love watching your videos and save most of them for inspiration. There is 1 block I just can’t get right. My daughter wanted a double wedding ring quilt and I told her, “good luck with that. You just picked the hardest quilt.” And I did try a sample and failed so she’s getting something else. I have watched other video’s but they basically show cutting, layout and placement but never that pretty part that goes around the melon. Just a thought. I enjoy the no chitter chatter way you do your videos. They are clear to understand, quick and helpful for inspiration.
    Thank you.

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  15. Would love to see ‘disappearing’ block variations (4 patch, 9 patch, half square triangle, etc.)
    Cutting from strip sets made from tubes
    Love what you produce!! Thank you Sew much!

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  16. I also would like to see more on the Wedding ring blocks. But I would love for instruction on blocks like the Conversion quilts if possible, a simple method(?). Also some videos on borders, like ideas for pieced borders.
    Love your videos, great info and inspiration.

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  17. I often struggle with cutting fabric and then having an “elbow” in the middle. I would like to see how to make bias cuts – watched videos and just cannot “get it”. How to make places where all the seams meet up less bulky. How to convert a pattern into different size. Does that mean I need to make the blocks bigger or just add more blocks – if I add more blocks what to do when that makes the pattern not balanced as in original smaller size. UGH

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  18. how can I avoid getting “elbows” in fabric when I cut strips ?? sewing where all the seams meet causes bulkiness – how can I get away from that ?? How do you change a small pattern into a larger sized piece?? add more blocks or increase size of each block ?? then it alters the layout and what to do about that ???

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  19. Thank you for all the instructional videos. I watch everything even if not interested in the material as there is always knowledge to be gained.
    How about collage quilting? The process has eluded me thus far.

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  20. Would love to see how one would make pieced alphabet letters for quilts. Especially for 6 inch blocks or smaller. Thanks

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  21. So want to make a pickle quilt, would love to know your process…since your brain is better than mine. Thanks Teresa. 😏

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  22. Hi Teresa, I have tried to order Turnabout Patchwork from Amazon as suggested but it is unavailable. Where else can I order this book. Many thanks Kathy Black.

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  23. It may be a no-brainer to more experienced quilters, but I’d like to be able to make a quilt with Log Cabin blocks. It’s a simple thing, but I’ve never made one. My problem is knowing when to add which strip. Thanks!

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  24. Hi Teresa,
    I have lots of orphan blocks left over from the many quilts I have made over the years. I would like it if you could show some appealing ways to put them in a quilt. You are very good at setting the blocks in lots of different ways. The blocks are from 3-16 inches in size and are squares and rectangular in shape. They also span a very wide range of colors.

    Also a row by row quilt might be lots of fun to do.

    Thanks so much for all you do to help us with our quilts. Your videos are fantastic! Lots of great ideas and they are fast and fun to watch when we have a few minutes to relax. Jean

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