Double stitching, double strength...?
And I usually unsew the section and resew to repair or I re-inforce with invisible thread.
But the last few quilts I have made have been baby quilts that I expect to be heavily used and frequently washed. So my current solution is to double stitch the seams:
Yes every seam!! I'm not sure if it'll help in the long term, but only time will tell...
This is my turquoise and green dog lap quilt:
I'm making this one just for me, because I loved the fabrics. My challenge with this quilt was to miter the corners on the second last border to allow the print to continue around the corner.
I've never done this before and didn't have a pattern or directions to follow, I just gave it a go and it turned out well. I can't wait to quilt this one!! It should be really cute. This quilt ended up 42" x 42" perfect for a summer lap quilt. Henry the Cockapoo does always love me to have a quilt on my lap for him to sit on :)