When I first started sewing, I was obsessed with sewing knit. And I’m pretty confident that many of the first dresses and shirts that I made for my friends and family might not still be intact. And after a few years of persistence and humility, I can confidently say that I have conquered knit… enough so that I am going to share with you how to make your own whole cloth knit quilt. And I promise that it won’t fall apart.
- Two 1.5 yard cuts of knit fabric (one fabric for front, one fabric for back)
- ¼ yard Width of Fabric knit fabric for binding
- Wool batting – throw size (60” x 60”)
- Spray fabric adhesive
- Standard weight thread for top
- Stretch thread for bobbin
- Jersey/knit needle for sewing machine
- Blueberry Cobbler Plaid & Deep Sea Plaid for main knit fabrics and Sahara Sun knit for binding from the Knits collection by Art Gallery Fabrics
- Hobbs Tuscany Collection 100% Wool Batting
- Aurifil 40 wt thread in Pale Yellow (top) & Maxi-Lock STRETCH™ thread in white (bobbin)
For the full tutorial, head over to my post on the Brother Blog.
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