If you machine quilt, at some stage you’ll need to bury your threads into your quilt. Yes, you can take a few small stitches when you start your quilting and just clip your threads, but burying gives a neater, more professional finish.
The most common way is to pull your threads to the front or back of the quilt, tie a knot and then thread those tails into a needle and sew them back through the layers of the quilt. But threading that needle can be time-consuming and fiddly, right? Even if you use a self-threading or easy-threading needle.
That’s where this video comes in. Laura Coia from Sew Very Easy shows you how to bury your threads using a brilliant technique. It’s so simple, you’ll wonder why you never thought of it yourself! And it needs no fancy equipment, just a normal hand-sewing needle and an extra piece of thread.
So bookmark this page so that the next time you need to remember how to bury your threads to impress the quilt police, you can refresh your memory.
And share this with your friends so we can all stop squinting to thread those needles!
Thanks to Laura Coia from Sew Very Easy