We couldn’t think of a better word than nifty to describe this segment’s projects-they’re surprising, innovative, and different! Ellen Anne Eddy is up first with corded buttonhole binding-it’s a unique and nifty design element. Then, meet designer Debra Quartermain for quick and easy dyeing techniques for wool, plus a pattern for some very adorable owls. Finally, Elizabeth Hartman shows us simple paper foundation piecing. She uses copy paper to neatly piece skinny strips of fabric.
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|Ellen Anne Eddy demonstrates a corded buttonhole binding for a neat edge.|
|Debra Quatermain dyes wool and bamboo felt using Rit Dye.|
|Elizabeth Hartman demonstrates a paper-piecing technique to tame the bias of skinny strips.|
|QA TV Series 1100 in now available at the Quilting Daily Shop.|