One way as seen in the
quilt below, is a guarantee of 4 perfect corners, or a nice circle edge if
you are doing a circle quilt... This method works best with smaller quilts
and no hand sewing is involved.
Below is a photo of the back of a
quilt that has a heart ironed on with fusible web. This method does not
work well on large quilts.
(place back of quilt photo here)
|To do this method:
Place your batting on a flat surface.
Place your backing on top of your
batting with the pretty side up facing you.
Place your quilt top on top of your
backing with pretty side down (pretty sides are together.)
Pin and sew all around the quilt
edge. Do not leave an opening.
Trim seams and clip corners.
Cut a slit in the batting and
backing of your quilt, be careful not to cut the quilt top.
Turn your quilt to pretty side out
through the slit you just cut.
Pull out corners and press your
quilt. Cut a heart out of fabric and wonder-under and press the
heart on the back of the quilt to hide your slit. Sign and date the