Edge-to-edge quilting

Example of edge-to-edge quilting. Example of edge-to-edge quilting.

Edge-to-edge quilting is a form of patchwork/quiltwork, which has an overall, irrespective of the type of design or the borders. The individual patterns that make up the overall design are repeated many times throughout each row.


  • CLAYTON, Mary (2007). The Needlecrafter's Companion. 1001 Stitch Terms and Techniques, London: Collins and Brown, p. 58.

Digital source of illustration (retrieved 28 January 2017).


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