"C" Quilting Terms
By: Peter On: 7 February 2018
Quilting Terms Starting With (C).
This is when you sew many quilt pieces together that are exactly the same. You feed them through you machine seing together without cutting the thread until you reach the end. (All pieces have been sewn together). This is when you go back and cut the thread. This is also knon as Fast Feed.
Continuous Line Quilting.
A pattern in which the design continues from start to finish so you don't have to stop and start.
A square that is added to the top and bottom border before this is added to the quilt. The side borders would have already been sen to the quilt before adding the top and bottom borders.
The four half square triangles that are sewn to the corners of a quilt that is set on point. The straight of the grain will be on the two outside edges. This will help to stabilize the outside edges of your project.
The name used for the small blocks that go into joining the sashing that goes around a larger block.
Threads in a woven fabric that run the length of the bolt of fabric. These also run selvage to selvage.