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Video: How to Make a Quilters Knot

Nov 16, 2012

Victoria North

During the 2012 American Sewing Expo, Threads caught up with fashion sewing blogger Sunni Standing from AFashionableStitch. In this quick video tutorial, Sunny shows you how to tie a quilters knot for threading your needle when hand sewing.

More quick videos from the American Sewing Expo 2012:

How to Sew a Nonstrech Waistband with Angela Wolf

How to Take Four Different Body Measurements with Susan Lazear

Quick Tip: Create a Flattering Pencil Skirt with Sunni Standing

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  1. User avater charisbathel January 28th

    I've searched all over the internet but never found this information... Thanks for sharing it

  2. User avater MissPat November 7th

    I agree with Hampton300. I have been using this knot for years, didn't know it was a "quilting knot".

  3. Hampton300 November 5th

    I've used this and love it--especially since I can't do the wrap-around-the-finger one. However, you don't need anywhere near as many wraps as she shows. One for basting. Two for regular sewing. Three for a really secure knot.

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