I've been combing the internet for the finer points of quilting lately. I've always found that piecing the main pattern on the front of a quilt has been relatively easy. For me the hardest part of quilting is putting these panels together somehow and then making the quilt up. This tutorial from Craftsy is a gem. Have a look:
Craftsy is such a brilliant place to go to learn a new crafting skill or brush up on areas that you're unfamiliar with. Instead of quilts that look like I've thrown things together, I'm hoping this tip from Jan Krentz, one of Craftsy's instructors, will give a bit more polish to my finished products.