You can do this!

A quilted runner is the perfect project to dip your toe into quilt making. Runners are made the exact same way a quilt is made, but on a smaller scale, making them the perfect place to begin your journey and learn how it all gets done.

Here's what we cover...

The Sawtooth Runner class is a great jumping point into quilt making for a brand new quilter. It's also a great class if you are a beginner quilt maker and struggling to finish your quilted projects!

  • What to think about when choosing fabrics

  • How to read a quilt pattern

  • How to make the quilt top

  • How to spray baste and pin baste

  • How to straight line quilt and how to free motion quilt on a domestic machine

  • How to bind your quilt by machine and hand

About the Patchwork Star Runner class

A video

Course curriculum

  1. 1
    • Welcome to the class!

  2. 2
    • Download the PDF pattern

    • Reading a quilt pattern

  3. 3
    • Readying the Fabrics

  4. 4
    • Cutting Fabric A

    • Cutting Fabric B

    • Cutting Fabric C

  5. 5
    • Flying Geese Steps 1-2

    • Flying Geese Steps 3-7

    • Completing The Stars

    • Finishing the Top

  6. 6
    • How to Pin and Spray Baste

  7. 7
    • Making a Plan for Straight Line Quilting

    • Straight Line Quilting the Foreground

    • Straight Line Quilting The Background

    • Making a Plan for Free Motion Quilting

    • Free Motion Quilting the Foreground

    • Free Motion Quilting the Background

  8. 8
    • Squaring up the quilt top

  9. 9
    • A chat about Binding

    • Making the Binding

    • Sewing the Binding to the Quilt

    • Quick Chat about sewing on the front vs. the back

    • Machine Sew Binding - part 1

    • Machine Sew Binding - part 2

    • Chunky Hand Sew Binding - part 1

    • Chunky Hand Sew binding - part 2

  10. 10
    • Thank you!