So, quilt batting or wadding as its also known. What do you need it for and why are there so many different types? What is the difference? All valid questions my friend. Read on to get some answers.
When I started quilting I spent as much time choosing my fabric for the quilt as I did making the thing. And there is a lot of fabric out there to choose from. So many choices! In this post as part of the Quilting - A Beginners Guide I chat fabric. Which to use and why.
It can be overwhelming when you begin to look at all the different tools, equipment and notions that you could use when making a quilt. But what do you actually need? In this guide to what you actually need to make a quilt I will pair it down to just that.
It is important to me that you create a quilt that is something you love and is unique to you. I believe that everyone is capable of thinking for themselves and making design decisions. My quilt patterns are a jumping off point for your creativity.
How do you put colour palettes together? This is something that comes naturally to me so I really needed to think about how I do this. But it is a question I get asked about a lot. So I will try to explain my thought process. As an example I will tell you how the Big Summer 21 fabric bundle fits in with my colour kickstart fabric bundles which were developed for the purpose of giving you a 'kickstart' on your own colour journey. As I have already said this just takes some practice and being able to identify which colours you like is a great start. So, let's continue the chat about how to use the Big Summer...