Posts tagged ‘folding’

Textile Stew: 10/20/10

First off, I just wanted to let you know that posting will be light for the next two weeks — it’s crunch time for Quilt Market. Then the market post deluge will begin! This time I hope to Twitpic pictures from the market floor, so follow me on Twitter to live vicariously through me. I [...]

Best Fabric Posts of the Week

Two ways to fold a fat quarter, on Badskirt, via Whipup Vintage circus fabric on Blempgorf Making high-fashion clothes with Freespirit quilting fabrics (part II) Caroline’s crazy industrial steam iron, for March of the Tools On the Rickrack Rag’s Feedsack Friday: Birds and other harbingers of spring Mod Green Pod’s designs for Vans shoes Fabric [...]

Show Us Your Stash: Immaculately Folded Edition

This is much-needed motivation for me. Here’s one good way to fold fabric so that all your fabrics end up the same width for stacking. What’s your system? from Quaint Handmade (blog) From Hip to Piece Squares (blog) From Samantha (blog) From lottielulu (blog) From Uplifting Arts (blog) From Karen D (blog) Add your stash [...]

How to Fold Fabric

In this classic post, the Happy Zombie shows an extremely easy way to fold fabric for storage. Just fold selvedge to selvedge, then roll it around a narrow quilting ruler. It’s one of those things about which Brini Maxwell and say, “Why didn’t you think of that?” Her before/after pictures. I could only hope to [...]