Quilter’s Moonshine, also known as liquid starch, is SUPER easy to make, smells good, and is cheap. What quilter wouldn’t want that?
Quilter’s Moonshine is a DIY spray starch. Spray starch helps your fabric to be crisper, more firm, and therefore more accurate when cutting and piecing.
I found a simple Quilter’s Moonshine recipe from this blog post. I will be the first to tell you that spray starch DOES MAKE A DIFFERENCE when quilting. See THIS VIDEO for tips on starching your fabric.
I spray my fabric with starch at the beginning of any quilting project. Then I iron it, then cut it and sew. It’s not as helpful to spray and iron after cutting your fabric, as the starch helps to give a more accurate cut.
To make Quilter’s Moonshine, or DIY Fabric Starch, you will need:
I saw and even EASIER version HERE:
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When you are quilting, it’s important that your fabric cutting and piecing is accurate. Otherwise you end up with corners that don’t meet up, or wonky quilt tops. Starching fabric is one of my biggest secrets to getting a better, more accurate quilt top. Take a look at quilts I have made using starch.
Starch helped this ‘Cafe Tiles Quilt‘ to come together smoothly.
It was ONLY with starch that I was able to get my Half Square Triangles to be as accurate as they were for this ‘Better Together’ Quilt top.
Be sure to download your Quilter’s Moonshine recipe and start starching your fabric. You will be glad you did.
December 8, 2023
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