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Cotton Theory

Cotton Theory quilting is a new and different way to construct your quilt. It's backward!

Unlike traditional quilts, which are pieced together, layered with batting and then quilted, Cotton Theory projects are quilted first, one segment at a time, and then assembled using Betty Cotton's fold-and-finish procedures.

Most quilters enjoy piecing together the top of a traditional quilt because they can see the design as it takes shape, and the results are rewarding. The actual quilting, however, can be a challenge, especially if your traditional quilt is large. Often, quilting becomes the least favorite part of constructing a quilt.

The Cotton Theory method makes quilting easy, no matter the size of your quilt. You quilt each piece individually before you construct your project, so quilting becomes just as enjoyable as piecing together the design.

You can quilt pieces creatively and accurately to produce completely reversible quilts with decorative stitches and optional machine embroidery.

During Cotton Theory assembly, you sew the raw edges of your quilted pieces together, leaving seam allowances that are folded on the outside of your quilt and then stitched in place using one or more Cotton Theory techniques. This adds an extra dimension to the surface. The result is a reversible quilt that combines sewing, quilting and embroidery, if you choose. You end up with two quilts - one on each side - by constructing one project.

All work is done with a sewing machine; there's no need to do handwork.

Cotton Theory Backyard Beauty Porch Swing Cover Booklet
Cotton Theory Backyard Beauty Porch Swing Cover Booklet
Porch Swing Coverup... The wide border of this unique Cotton Theory quilt is made of strips of fabric that are pieced together. Birdhouse print fabric or other prints can be used to turn this quilt into the perfect accent for your home. An optional embroidery design in alternating quilt blocks...
Price: $12.95
Cotton Theory Scenes of Winter Quilt Booklet
Cotton Theory Scenes of Winter Quilt Booklet
Snowmen and cardinal novelty prints and quilted embroidery make this reversible Cotton Theory project extra-special. Create an 89"x 89" quilt or a 13" x 30" table runner. Step-by-step instructions are included in the 28-page booklet. You can substitute novelty prints of your choice to give your...
Price: $12.95