Total Fabric needed would be 113" x 3 (sections) = 339" divided by 36 would would be 9.42 yards. You would need to purchase 9.5 Yards of backing material to back this size quilt. (Thank you Mary D!) Instagram: @MissMarkerQuilts Twitter: @MissMarkerQuilt Web site: www.missmarkersquilts.com Blog: www.missmarkersquilts.blogspot.com Facebook: Margaret Leuwen Quilting Email: Margaret@missmarkersquilts.com Snail Mail: Miss Marker’s Quilts PO Box 28 Sodus, NY 14551 All videos contains my genuine recommendations and opinions. *If a link is an affiliate link, it will always be marked as such with an asterick (*) If a video is sponsored, it will always be stated so in the video and in the description box. If you choose to click on a affiliate link, those links utilize cookies. The average life of a cookie ranges from 7-30 days, depending on the retailer. An affiliate link means I receive a small commission if you make a purchase using these links. Affiliate links help to support my website and YouTube channel. These links are at no additional cost to you. Thank you for supporting my channel!
Take a listen to a sample of Dr. Traci Fox's physics review lecture. In this chapter of the course, she is reviewing the transducer construction and how each piece functions.
Selecting two different kinds of fiberglass drywall tape for backing a bow. In my first build along (how to make a High Performance Longbow for under $10) I used regular drywall tape as a backing material. For the coming build along I wanted to go a similar route, but this time I will be using the extra strength variety. Remember this is fiberglass material and proper care and caution should be used when working with this stuff.
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In this video tutorial I show you how to use the backing fabric for your binding. Great for any project you need done quickly. You'll learn how to make perfect mitered corners too! Great for beginners. Thanks for watching this video! If you enjoyed it make sure to SUBSCRIBE to my channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/Patchworkposse so you will be notified when I post new tutorials and quick tips. You can find hundreds of more FREE tutorials and video how to's on website: www.patchworkposse.com Thanks for watching!
Backing and mounting material and their benefits from Frame It / Waban Gallery
We start off this video with examples of good and bad backing choices. Go to your fabric stash and make a selection. Piece the backing using a light-colored thread and smaller than normal stitch length - right sides together, along the selvage edge. Then cut into the edge and rip off the selvage along the length of grain. You will want to use a big board to press your backing fabric. Use Mary Ellen's Best Press when pressing the center seam open. This way you only have two layers of fabric. Then completely press the entire backing fabric. Spray sizing on the backing fabric makes the quilting easier. (Use a less expensive spray sizing for this) This is part of lesson 7 in Nancy's "Learning to Quilt" curriculum. Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCL-lWGVL6aKLiwWWbFr19Fw?sub_confirmation=1 Watch "Learning To Quilt" Lessons: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL_R1nPsgLVOtodK95xBKmgNZhWyOehw4r Playlist for Ep. 205 https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL_R1nPsgLVOvCueA0E1IMWyRmlZa7kySI Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/OnPoint-724139887696364/ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/OnPointCrafts Visit our website: http://www.onpoint-tv.com
This is to show you how I go about preparing backing for my Long Arm. My Blog: www.missmarkersquilts.blogspot.com My Website: www.missmarkersquilts.com Mailing Address: Miss Marker's Quilts PO Box 28 Sodus, NY 14551