- the act or process of making quilts
- material for making quilts
- quilted work
- quilting bee
- The process of doing quilted work.
- a. Material used to make quilts.b. Material that has been quilted.
(countable and uncountable, plural quiltings)
- Present participle of quilt.
- Other measuring devices you might want to have in your quilting supply include a yard stick, a flexible measuring tape (they're usually made of plastic these days but used to be made of fabric) and maybe a ruler.
- The company combined its expertise in rotary quilting tools with the needs for paper trimming in the scrapbooking industry to design a paper-cutting device that is perfectly suited to the scrapbooker's needs.
- But what makes a long arm quilting machine unique is that there's also a large table-like frame that holds the completed quilt top, batting and backing as you sew them together with decorative stitching.
- Mechanics: look at how the quilt is loaded, the size of the throat (bigger is better if you can afford it), how you adjust tension, and how much quilting can be done without adjusting the quilt.
- According to the Our Sewing Heritage website, crazy quilting began as a response to the beautiful ceramics found in the Japanese pavilion at the Philadelphia Continental Exposition in 1876.