Victorian Modern Quilt Along- Part 5 (Backing, Batting & Binding)

That’s it!  My Victorian Modern Video Quilt Along series is complete!  In this fifth (and last) video of the series I talk to you about backing, batting, binding and some different options you have for finishing your quilt.

If you are new to this series and want to check it out, click HERE.

Also, after so many of you asked about a printable version of my Victorian Modern pattern I decided to go ahead and put together a downloadable PDF document that you can purchase in my shop HERE.   It’s a 4-page PDF with block diagrams, pictures and all the info you need to create the quilt top.

The PDF is the best and easiest way to have this quilt pattern on hand without having to watch every video in the quilt along series. You can save it to your computer, print it out, and it’s perfect to have next to you as you make the quilt top without having to go back to your computer for the next step.

Once the payment is processed you will receive an email (to the email address on file with the PayPal account used to make the purchase) with a link to download the file.  It all happens automatically and instantly once payment is processed.

If you’re participating in this quilt along remember that it never expires so you can join in on the fun whenever you want! Don’t forget to upload pics of your blocks, fabrics and completed quilt to the Facebook event page just for my Victorian Modern Quilt Along HERE.
There have been some gorgeous quilt pics posted already!
 I love seeing your projects!

 

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2 Responses to Victorian Modern Quilt Along- Part 5 (Backing, Batting & Binding)

  1. Janice Dinse February 22, 2013 at 5:07 pm #

    Thanks so much for the video on sashing. I never knew how to do it before, you are so easy to understand, talking in a beginner level even I can learn that!
    Janice Dinse

  2. Adrianne Compton February 22, 2013 at 5:24 pm #

    Thank you so much i was hoping you would put some thing like this out! Purchased mine already this was a fun learning experience 🙂

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