Binding Quilts: Binding finishes the edges of a quilt and there are quite a few variations on how it can be done. The majority of quilters use double-fold straight-grain binding unless the quilt has curved edges, in which case they opt for bias binding.
Quilt Dictionary. Every craft has jargon, and quilting is no different. If you're new to quitting, it can be Like ordering from Starbucks for the first time. But instead of an "extra-hot skinny grande mocha with whip" you may ask for "fat quarter tone-on-tone batiks for a foundation-pieced crazy quilt." Both produce very different, though delicious, results! This dictionary will help you make sense of quilting terminology.
This is one of those skills that if you’re going to make a quilt, you need to know. And it’s something I do all the time. Chances are you already know how to make binding but if not, here you go!
Migration - a bee block. This 16” square block is made of three sizes of flying geese (1 x 2”, 2 x 4”, and 4 x 8” finished). Use the stitch-and-flip method to make four of the tiny geese, 19 medium geese and three large geese (and an extra reverse goose as a siggy block).