pin basting made easier (a video tutorial)

Quilt Pin Basting Tutorial Video by Whole CIrcle Studio.

Let’s be real… basting quilts is NOT fun. I spent a couple of years finding a method that made it tolerable for me to complete this necessary task with minimal discomfort. Check out this video where I document my process of basting up to queen size quilts on my 60″ x 30″ worktable. Be sure to subscribe to my newsletter, Three Things Thursday, to get more tutorials, quilting tips and studio updates! Click here. 

How do you baste your quilts? Have any tips or tricks?
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6 Comments

  1. Thank you for the video.
    I do it the same way. Only thing I didn’t do was use the ruler to smooth it. Great idea. Also I moved the claps and put them back on for every layer. This is probably why I sometimes get curvy seam, instead of straight. Good to know.

    Aileen in Florida

    1. Hi Aileen, glad the video was helpful. I do find that as soon as I added more pins, it helped with the waviness. Good luck!

  2. I pin baste like this but I use the big tables at my local library and secure with painter’s tape. I pushed 2 tables together for a big quilt and ended up having to climb on the table a bit to reach the center, so I’ll have to look for the clamps. I use my kwik klip tool, but a metal crochet hook works well if I need a second tool (like if I convince my husband to help me close the pins!

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