Easy Quilt Stitch Using The Letter C

 

Looking for a fun and easy stitch to finish off your quilt? There is a lot of hard work and quite a few steps before you actually begin to quilt your quilt.

So when you to finally reach this step, sometimes you just want a quick and easy stitch to finish it off. We found a fantastic one!

In this video tutorial, Laura Coia shares a pattern she uses to quilt a quilt in a short amount of time. The end result is a wonderful polish that looks custom done!

Before you begin, you might want to consider using a fusible batting fabric that fuses the layers of your quilt together. This will eliminate your need for basting.

Additionally, Laura suggests using a sample fabric to test your settings. You want to make sure you are comfortable before you begin on your actual quilt.

Taking the time to do these things beforehand will help eliminate problems that may arise after you begin.

This video is great for beginners because you can use it working with a variety of sewing machines. Mastering the foundation of this technique provides many opportunities to expand the pattern and make it uniquely your own.

 

Continue to the next page for the video tutorial!

 

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20 Responses to “Easy Quilt Stitch Using The Letter C”

  1. Penny O'neal

    Jan 26. 2016

    Thank you

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  2. Lonnie Schlough, you might enjoy this stitch.

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  3. Lonnie Schlough

    Jan 26. 2016

    Tks, Jenn. I’ll try it!

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  4. Diane Mafera Merola

    Jan 26. 2016

    Thanks for sharing. I think I can do this!

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  5. Jean Warner

    Jan 26. 2016

    Aimee Lamour

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  6. Jean Warner

    Jan 26. 2016

    Aimee Lamour

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  7. Sharron Evans

    Jan 26. 2016

    I think even I can do this! Love the song idea. Makes sense.

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  8. Aimee Lamour Kingsley

    Jan 27. 2016

    Cool!! Thanks sis!

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  9. Connie Latham

    Jan 27. 2016

    What is a stitch regulator? The problem I have when free-motion quilting is I have a hard time keeping the stitch length consistent. I have an older sewing machine that works just fine otherwise.

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  10. Christy Moon Calhoun

    Jan 27. 2016

    Karen Corley Longo here it is

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  11. Karen Corley Longo

    Jan 27. 2016

    Thanks. I like this idea! Do you like wearing the quilting gloves–does it help??

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  12. Rose Thomas

    Jun 08. 2017

    thank you for sharing this and many more

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  13. Delyse Eamus

    Jun 09. 2017

    Patricia Smartt Janice Martin,Cherie Glasson

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  14. Patricia Smartt

    Jun 09. 2017

    Thanks for that Del thoroughly enjoyed it

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  15. Janet Thor Capito

    Aug 12. 2017

    Nice

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  16. Lyn Steckel Liesch

    Aug 14. 2017

    Joy Marshall, you will really enjoy this tutorial.

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  17. Joy Marshall

    Aug 14. 2017

    Yes, Looks easy; I’ll definitely try it. Thanks.

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  18. Edith Clayton Jones

    Dec 04. 2017

    Great quilting stitch … looks like something I could really do. Thanks.

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  19. Meryl Blair

    Mar 08. 2018

    Jan Knight

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  20. Diane Deemer

    Mar 08. 2018

    It’s easy enough for me to try this.

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