NARROW SASHING:  1. Quilt blocks = top + batting + backing, quilt all the way to edges.  2. Sashing: sew top & bottom strips to 1st block with SAME seam.  3. Join: sew bottom strip to next block, open blocks out and lay flat. Edges of blocks should meet.  4. Finish: slip-stitch top strip to 2nd block by hand.

NARROW SASHING: 1. Quilt blocks = top + batting + backing, quilt all the way to edges. 2. Sashing: sew top & bottom strips to 1st block with SAME seam. 3. Join: sew bottom strip to next block, open blocks out and lay flat. Edges of blocks should meet. 4. Finish: slip-stitch top strip to 2nd block by hand.

Our friend, Shauna, was recently diagnosed with cancer and had surgery this past Monday. It went well and the news was good, though she stil...

Our friend, Shauna, was recently diagnosed with cancer and had surgery this past Monday. It went well and the news was good, though she stil...

This FREE Rail Fence quilt pattern is perfect for a beginner quilter or someone with a short amount of time. Start with a jelly roll and make this quilt top in a single day! The look of this design can drastically change based on the fabrics you choose.

This FREE Rail Fence quilt pattern is perfect for a beginner quilter or someone with a short amount of time. Start with a jelly roll and make this quilt top in a single day! The look of this design can drastically change based on the fabrics you choose.

Learn to calculate quilt fabric yardage for a Rail Fence quilt design

Learn how to calculate quilt fabric yardage

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