If you are a quilter or learning to quilt, the purchase and binding lining become major projects with some study or something 'knowledge necessary. Since the coating is sometimes more expensive than the quilt top, a mistake ruins the fun.
Quilting is a skill that can be learned, but the coating and binding calculations and use methods of mathematical skills. A quilt can be a recycling project for the squares and more complete, but requires the support of enough fabric you may need to select it from the store.
1. Choose the size for the deck. A quilt double size is usually 63 or 64 x 87 inches. A double bed quilt is 78 x 87 inches. The double quilt is 84 x 92 inches King quilt is 100 x 92.
2. Choose the fabric for the lining and binding. Some prefer a solid color back with a small printing-binding, but some quilters wrap back on and use that for the association. These calculations do not figure in the lining and binding as one piece.
3. Determine the amount of fabric or necessary to support the back of the quilt. A quilt and a quilt double bed is about 5 1 / 4 meters each. A bed quilt is about 7 1 / 2 meters and a double quilt requires 8 yards for the back cover. A yard of fabric will make 2 1 / 2 inch binding on the king size, so that is usually a good deal of any size quilt.
4. Understand how to sew the backing. Twin and double bed quilts usually have a seam in the middle lengthwise, but you can choose to make two vertical seams in putting an entire piece of cloth and a piece divided in half on each side. The queen takes three lengths of fabric, but are run horizontally across the quilt. The king size three lengths vertically or lengthwise.
5. Find a support fabric or coating that works for you. If the front of the quilt is made with polyester and cotton fabrics, you can choose to use a base of polyester and cotton. However, a light color is not usually satisfactory for the support of polyester and cotton, because it is too thin. It can work for a baby quilt, but you can usually work and the visibility of the stop, which must not be visible.
6. Choose a color that complements the quilt top. The association can be a meter of fabric left to make the upper deck, if it is a small drawing or solid support corresponding to the fabric, too.
white to white and ecru ecru to match. Are not white ecru. It ruins the continuity of color, and it is so important to the individual blocks, but it makes a difference in support or binding.