It’s the time of year where we commonly make casseroles or large dishes of delicious foods to share with friends and family. It can be a challenge keeping them warm during a festive occasion, so I made a quilted casserole warmer to keep it hot as long as possible. This project can easily be customized to fit the team, holiday or event you're celebrating, too!
Suzy Webster of Websterquilt here! I love Christmas and decorating for Christmas. Even though I have lots of holiday quilts, I always want to make new ones each season. I think it’s part of getting into the spirit for me. This year I made a table topper using Sarah Vedeler’s GO! Heather Feather Border Collection Die (55414).
We all bind our quilts, right? For the longest time, I have used traditional binding cut across the width of the fabric. However, there are times when bias binding really comes in handy. If you're feeling a little hesitant to give this binding technique a try, hesitate no more. Today, I'll explain why bias binding is so vital, where to use it and how to approach it with confidence.