Quilts to Make for Kids
Meredith Corporation, 1991 - Crafts & Hobbies - 80 pages
Enhanced with beautiful color photographs, Quilts to Make for Kids is an easy way to create fun, whimsical quilts for kids of all ages--from babies to teens. Each pattern is full-sized, and designed for a variety of skill levels. Contains 22 projects; 80 diagrams; 24 four-color photographs.
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Lullaby and Good Night
Fun on the Farm
The Wonder Years
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79 for tips apply binding Assembling the quilt backing fabric baste BLOCK ASSEMBLY DIAGRAM border strips bottom edge checked fabric colors comer corner CRIB QUILT Cut four Cutting the fabrics daylily diagonal doll door ecru fabric marker ﬁnished quilt measures ﬁrst ﬁve ﬂat Fold fusible webbing gether green fabric grid HAND APPLIQUE Hand-sew inches square Join layers MACHINE APPLIQUE marked matching motif muslin opposite patchwork PEEKABOO pillow pocket Pony Express prairie points Press seam allow Press the seam print fabric purple quilt assembly quilt batting Quilt Shown quilt top raw edges rectangle red corner red fabric remaining right sides Rotary cutter rufﬂe sailboat blocks sashing squares sashing strips satin stitch seam lines setting squares shapes side borders solid fabric stall star blocks stencil Stitch Template material top and bottom Topstitch Trace triangle-squares tulip Whipstitch white fabric wrong side yards of backing