What Type Of Sewing Machine Is Best For Quilting in 2021
Eversewn - Sparrow 25 -197 Stitch Computerized Sewing Machine Plus Eversewn Bobbins & 6 piece Accessory Foot Kit
- Sparrow 25 -197 stitch computerized sewing machine with alphabet
- Includes 10 pack of Eversewn Bobbins
- Includes 6 piece Eversewn Accessory Quilting Foot Kit
- This Sparrow 25 bundle has what you need to get started on your next project.
Distinctive Clear 1-4 (Quarter inch) Quilting Sewing Machine Presser Foot with Edge Guide - Fits All Low Shank Snap-On Singer, Brother, Babylock, Janome, Kenmore, White, Juki, Simplicity and More!
- Attached to the Quilting Foot is an Edge Guide to Help You Make a Perfect 1/4" Seam
- This 1/4" Quilting/Sewing Foot is Also Clear, Making it Even Easier to See What You're Doing!
- Provides Ease-of-Use for Tasks that Could be Extremely Tedious if Done by Hand
- Blister Packaging Doubles as a Set of Instructions
- Fits All Low Shank Snap-On Singer* (Some Singers Require Low Shank Adaptor), Brother, Babylock, Euro-Pro, Janome, Kenmore, White, Juki, New Home, Simplicity, Necchi and Elna Sewing Machines
25 Schmetz Topstitch Sewing Machine Needles 130 N Size 90/14
- Size 90/14 is perfect for medium weight fabrics.
- 5 packs of needles. Each pack contains 5 needles, for a grand total of 25 needles.
- Has an extra large eye and large grooves to accommodate topstitch thread. This needle helps stitch perfectly straight lines and even stitches.
- The shank(top part) of these needles have one flat side and one rounded side.
- These will fit all "household" models of Brother, Janome, Singer, Pfaff, Bernina, Viking, Elna, Kenmore, Baby Lock, Simplicity, Necchi, White and many others.
Instructions on How to Make a Rag Quilt - No Quilting Required
Rag quilts are great in that they require no hand or machine quilting.
Rag quilts are great in that they require no hand or machine quilting. Today a person will see rag quilts made out of old blue jeans, which is very popular, pre-quilted fabrics, flannels, woolen fabrics, and many others. My grandmother had a rag quilt made out of squares cut from worn out men's suit coats. Do not let the name fool you; rag quilts are very beautiful quilts that add a special look to any decor.
The following instructions are for a blue jean rag quilt with the finished size being approximately 70 inches wide by 84 inches long (twin size), and you will need the following items:
Sewing machine (unless you prefer to sew each quilt square by hand), and thread.
Two yards each of light blue and dark blue denim fabric (44 inches wide).
One pair of sharp pointed scissors.
Cut 60, seven and one-half inch by seven and one-half inch squares from each of light blue and dark blue fabric, for 120 squares.
Here is the important part, sew the light blue and dark blue squares WRONG sides together using a one-half inch seam allowance, alternating the squares and rows as you go. Each row should have 10 squares, and there should be 12 rows.
When you have all squares and rows sewn together, you should have one-half inch seams showing around all sides of each square on the right side of the fabric. With your pointed scissors, cut each seam on the diagonal from the outer edge of the seam up to the stitch line. Be sure you do not cut through your stitching. Make these diagonal cuts every one-half inch, all the around each square.
After cuts have been made, wash the quilt and the seams will become frayed, which indicates the rag part of the quilt. Repeated washings will enhance the rag look.
For a variation, try using bright red thread when sewing your squares and if you are making a blue jean rag quilt, add a square cut with a pocket here and there from an old pair of blue jeans.