Often asked: How To Sew Together Pieces To Make 2″ Squares In Strips?

Sew Patchwork Blocks with Strip Piecing!

I never cut or sew together a single square (unless you count the blocks as squares) in a Glitter Quilt pattern; instead, I use strip piecing. Here’s a quick 5 minute video showing you how I strip piece squares together.

How do you sew two binding strips together?

Imagine the strips as the capital letter A, and pin them together right sides together, crossing the ends at right angles. Draw a line across the pieces to connect the points where they intersect, just like crossing the A, and sew along the line.

How do you join two pieces of fabric together?

How to Sew Two Fabric Pieces Together:

  1. Line up the two pieces of fabric and pin them together.
  2. Double-check that the fabrics are smooth and aligned properly, and make any necessary adjustments before sewing.
  3. Sew together. Machine sewing: Thread your machine if necessary.
  4. Clip the excess threads.
  5. Iron the seams open or to one side (depending on the thickness of the fabric) to flatten.

How do I make continuous binding strips?

How to Make Bias Tape That Remains Continuous

  1. Cut the Square on the diagonal.
  2. Stitch the Triangles Right Sides Together.
  3. Mark the Strips Parallel to the Longest Sides.
  4. Bring the Short Ends Together.
  5. Offset the Rows by 1 Strip.
  6. Stitch Seam and Press Open.

Can you quilt as you go without Sashing?

Quilting projects like table runners and baby quilts are ideal for the Quilt As You Go Method because there is no sashing required and quilting while piecing makes these types of projects go together quickly.

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