Quilting Tutorial: How to Chain Piece

If you've ever wondered exactly what chain piecing means when you're making a quilt, wonder no more. Mary explains and demonstrates what quilters mean when they say "chain piecing" and shows you how it can make your own patchwork go much faster. It's not cutting corners, it's just quilting smarter, not harder. Take a look and be changed forever!

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Comment by Patricia on May 26, 2012 at 11:12am


Comment by Carol Fryer on May 20, 2012 at 4:50pm

I like it. Never assume people know something just because you do. I do chain, but also got some ideas here. As you feed the chain to the pressing board, clip and place in tray. Little things save lots of time. When I press larger pieces also I start with pressing it folded and then on the other side and then press out the fold last.

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