A New Spin on Curved Piecing
Designer and teacher Joyce Lawrence Cambron's new book includes all the information needed to learn her simple technique using fabric basting glue for easy curved piecing. Photo diagrams and step-by-step instructions walk the quilter through an easy, beginner project (a Scallop Placemat) and then a great selection of projects that use her technique (Daisy Tote, Square Dance Wall Hanging, Dainty Dahlia Table Topper, Mariner's Swirl Floor Pillow, and more). For quilt shop owners who are looking for a class to add to the shop's schedule, A New Spin on Curved Piecing is a great opportunity!
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Getting Started Page 4
General Instructions Page 72
adjoining wedges appliqué average diameter back pocket background square background template Backstitch based on 43 basting batting bias strip Blanket Stitch brown print Cartwheel Celtic Knot center circle center oval Center Star Corner Unit crease lines Cut 1 wedge Cut 2 side daisy determined radius Diagram edge of quilt edge of wedge glue inner borders large triangle layers Lock stitches long concave edge machine marked dot Match right sides Matching raw edges medium triangle outer oval outer swirl pencil Pillow Front pink print placemat top press seam allowances pressed edge project instructions Quilt Top Center quilting line Refer to Quilting Remove templates Repeat Steps Rotary Cutting sew Unit sew wedge square in half Step 1 concave Step 1 edge Step 1 Step stitch length strap Strip Set table runner thread thumbtack top/bottom Topstitch trace a complete Unit 4's wedge using template wide fabric wrong side yellow polka dot