Pop on over to We All Sew (BERNINA’s blog), where I am sharing my Wall Spray Basting Tutorial. This is an idea I’ve had for quite some time and I’m so excited that it works!!
My absolute favorite way to baste a quilt is by using 505 adhesive spray. My best tip is to spray the quilt top and quilt backing (rather than the batting) and then iron the whole thing when you are done. That way the whole quilt sticks together and you don’t have any shifting when machine quilting on a regular home sewing machine!
Click here for the full tutorial, and feel free to adapt it to your sewing-room setup. 🙂
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If you are quilting along, be sure to share your work in progress over in my Facebook group at Quilt with Christa. You can also hashtag it on instagram #simplestripsqal. love to see how you are doing!
3 thoughts on “Simple Strips Quilt Along – Spray Basting Tutorial”
I noticed that you open your seams – something that I love to do as well! However, I was always taught that I could never stitch in the ditch when quilting as the seams aren’t as strong. Have you ever had this problem when machine quilting?
Nope, I haven’t had any problems with seams splitting open as long as I sew with a shorter stitch length.
Christa, I have been so impressed with your posts and saw in an earlier post that your first machine was a bernina 1630. I am new to quilting (less than a year now) and I purchased a used Bernini 1630 Inspiration Plus. (I believe it to be a 96?) I am still trying to figure out what stitches to use to machine quilt (other than free motion) and was interested in your thoughts on how best to learn what I stitches I could use to finish the quilt. I recently realized how to do a serpentine stitch but was curious on others – like maybe a scallop or something else visually interesting? I’m just not ready to tackle free motion on my quilts and am looking for additional options.