Quilt storage

Discover innovative ways to store your quilts and keep them organized. Find practical and stylish quilt storage solutions to showcase and protect your collection.
Properly storing your quilts starts with folding them on the bias! A bias fold will help your quilt stand the test of time and make it less likely to develop deep crease lines. Deep crease lines can weaken the fabric and eventually lead to rips and busted seams - no good! Click to see a step-by-step tutorial for how to fold a quilt for storage. Jelly Rolls, Quilt Tutorials, Afghans, Quilts, Quilt Storage, Quilt Care, Quilt Ladder, Quilt Making, Quilting For Beginners

Properly storing your quilts starts with folding them on the bias! A bias fold will help your quilt stand the test of time and make it less likely to develop deep crease lines. Deep crease lines can weaken the fabric and eventually lead to rips and busted seams - no good! Click to see a step-by-step tutorial for how to fold a quilt for storage.

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Hailey | Beginner Quilting Tutorials & Free Quilt Patterns
How to Fold a Quilt on the Bias – Red Thread Studio Patchwork, Quilt Binding, Strip Quilts, Quilt Instructions, Quilt Making, Quilt Storage, Quilt Pattern, Quilt Block, Quilt Display

If you are like me, you fold your quilts in pretty rectangles and stack them to store them or lay them on a bed or couch much like the picture above. But, did you know that overtime, if you continue to fold your quilts on the straight of grain, fibers will break and eventually cause permanent damage? I was recently

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Donna Leonard